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By Gabriel Rizk | May 13, 2009
GLENDALE — Lest anyone had forgotten that the defending Pacific League champions weren’t out of the hunt just yet, the Crescenta Valley baseball team has been busy over the month of May reminding its competition that the chase for the league title is far from over. For Burbank, it is battling to stay in postseason contention in a league that has become extremely tight the last few weeks. Going back to the first of the month, the Falcons have strung together wins against the same three teams that sent them spiraling into a three-game skid and under .500 in league as of April 3. Wins over Burroughs, Pasadena and now the Bulldogs, 7-5, on Saturday night at Stengel Field, have catapulted Crescenta Valley back into the title mix. “This gives a chance,” Crescenta Valley Coach Phil Torres said.
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July 19, 2008
Ramiro Carreon, St. Francis, Senior, Utility First-team All-Mission Leaguer hit team-high .368 with 23 runs and 22 RBI, while going 3-3 on the mound with a 2.64 ERA. ? Sako Chapjian, Hoover, Senior, Infielder Shortstop led team with 26 RBI and six home runs to go with .414 average, 20 runs and 11 walks. ? AJ Dupre, Burroughs, Junior, Utility First baseman was an All-Pacific League first-teamer who hit .360 with 23 RBI, 21 runs.
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By Gabriel Rizk | May 13, 2009
GLENDALE — Lest anyone had forgotten that the defending Pacific League champions weren’t out of the hunt just yet, the Crescenta Valley baseball team has been busy over the month of May reminding its competition that the chase for the league title is far from over. For Burbank, it is battling to stay in postseason contention in a league that has become extremely tight the last few weeks. Going back to the first of the month, the Falcons have strung together wins against the same three teams that sent them spiraling into a three-game skid and under .500 in league as of April 3. Wins over Burroughs, Pasadena and now the Bulldogs, 7-5, on Saturday night at Stengel Field, have catapulted Crescenta Valley back into the title mix. “This gives a chance,” Crescenta Valley Coach Phil Torres said.
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