La Cañada Extends Win Streak

The La Cañada High School varsity baseball team keeps rolling past opponents despite clinching the Rio Hondo League championship two weeks ago. The Spartans didn’t take it easy on visiting Temple City and defeated the Rams, 6-1, on Tuesday to remain perfect in Rio Hondo League play.
La Cañada (20-5 overall record) improved to 11-0 in league play and is currently riding a 10-game winning streak. Continue reading “La Cañada Extends Win Streak”

Five LC Athletes Capture League Championships

The La Cañada High School varsity track and field team turned in a solid performance in the Rio Hondo League finals at South Pasadena and took home five titles last Friday.
The LC girls finished among the top three in eight events and recorded 71.33 points to finish third overall. Morgan Bowman led the charge by winning the 1600-meter run with a time of 5:25.20 and placing third in the 800 with a time of 2:23.58. Teammate Adena DiPaolo wasn’t far behind Bowman and was second in the 1600 with a time of 5:28.98. Continue reading “Five LC Athletes Capture League Championships”

Chmielewski, Lan Finish 3rd in Finals Tournament

The La Cañada High School varsity boys’ tennis team had two singles and doubles semifinalists in the Rio Hondo League Tournament finals at Arcadia Park last week, but the Spartans were denied league crowns by league champion San Marino.
Lucas Chmielewski and Phillip Lan were close to defeating Titans John Carter and Allan Liu having won the first set and leading in the second, 4-2. The tables turned on the Spartans as the San Marino duo rallied to win the next four games to take the set. Continue reading “Chmielewski, Lan Finish 3rd in Finals Tournament”

College Decision Day at LCHS

Photo courtesy Sonja Bradley
LCHS seniors celebrated Decision Day last week, showing off their colleges of choice including (front row, from left) Russel Dea, Scott Krugler, Katy Paynter, Tati Safarian, Annette Figueroa, Sarah Sarkissian, Alexi Nazarian and Sabrina Patao. Second row: Zach Ling, Tyler Borland, Seve Rodriguez, Elyse Reed, Emin Baghdassarians, Anisa Patel, Raina Chen, Ella Quinn, Mary Alex Daniels, Nate Rowe, Haley Ragusa, Ari Aghadjanians and Justin Huynh. Third row: Arsen Tujian, Luke Bonham, Andrew Aghadjanians, Jake Stolmack, Lauren Trujillo, Armand Manookian, Andrew Lai, Katherine Lu, Camille Rivett, Camille Grases, Nyree Khachikyan, Lily Cho, Cassandra Bridges and Jessy Sitaramya. Fourth row: Caitlin Aenlle Rocha, Celine Cano Ruiz, Annie Shaverdian, Francesca Sigismundo, Carlin Hardy, Grace Rickert, Vivian Kambe, Darcy Brakeman, Sydney Okland, Meghan Henry, Leeona Jones, Hannah Johnson, Shayna Goldstein, Amanda Laughon, Kylie Smith, Abby Au, Sarah Lam, Charlotte Marston, Tyler Rubendall, Summer Lichtenburg, Reece Damron, Alexa Tarui, Gavin Boyack, Amelia Bergen, Megan Bergen, Ali Navarro, Linus Jones, Kendall Winnaman, Maggie Rouleau, Claire Chapman, Luke Johnson, Lauren O’Brien, Mirena Munich, Taylor Post, Natalie Petrosian, Theo Chamberlain, Sean Brenot, John Monroe, Kayla Eremita, Sam Adida, Alexis Labrinos and Charlotte Strasburg. Fifth row: Connor Thomas, Kyle Yasuda, Stephanie Musso, Avani Johnson, Tomas Tuszynski, Sasha Vilesov, Richard Fierro, David, Chris Motilla, Chaz Zuker, Dane Reeb, Kate Bonham, Jenna Kaufman, Sean Segal, Charlie Reynolds, Zoe Williams, Andrew Gray, Kristina Kurdoghlian and Emma Stroben. Back: Cole Stewart, Jo-z Harb, Jack Rappard, David Bader, Eric Issakhanian, Gabi Yun, Jackson Slater, Daniel McGowin, Gillian Arnold, Kara Bradley, Miles Dunbar, Tyler Jacinto, Robby Smith and Justin Kouyoumdjian.