San Marino Blanks Temple City, Qualifies for CIF Playoffs

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The Titans defeated the Rams, 35-0, and clinched a CIF Southern Section Division 10 playoff berth. They will travel to Santa Ana to take on Orange in a first-round game at Segerstrom High School this Friday at 7 p.m.

San Marino High School varsity football coach Justin Mesa hoped to accomplish a few goals in his first campaign and succeeded on the final day of the regular season as he guided the Titans to a 35-0 rout over visiting Temple City on senior night last Friday. Continue reading “San Marino Blanks Temple City, Qualifies for CIF Playoffs”

Titans Defeat La Cañada, Closing in on Playoff Spot

Justin Mesa and the San Marino sideline celebrate during the Titans’ 42-7 homecoming victory over La Cañada last Friday. With the win, SMHS controls its own destiny and must defeat Temple City on Nov. 1 to qualify for playoffs.
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Justin Mesa and the San Marino sideline celebrate during the Titans’ 42-7 homecoming victory over La Cañada last Friday. With the win, SMHS controls its own destiny and must defeat Temple City on Nov. 1 to qualify for playoffs.

The San Marino High School varsity football team picked up a big victory on a memorable evening, defeating visiting La Cañada, 42-7, in a Rio Hondo League game on homecoming night last Friday. Continue reading “Titans Defeat La Cañada, Closing in on Playoff Spot”

Restaurateurs From SMHS Are Well Served by Their Travels

Chris Yang and Maggie Ho, who both graduated from San Marino High School in 2008, recently opened their dream Chinese fusion restaurant, Yang’s Kitchen, in Alhambra. The menu results from their years of training and travel throughout the world of cuisine.
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Chris Yang and Maggie Ho, who both graduated from San Marino High School in 2008, recently opened their dream Chinese fusion restaurant, Yang’s Kitchen, in Alhambra. The menu results from their years of training and travel throughout the world of cuisine.

At Yang’s Kitchen, a new fast-casual Chinese eatery in Alhambra, you’ll find options that are, by the purveyors’ admission, “something you’d never find on a Chinese menu.”
So perhaps a better description of the fare offered by San Marino High School alumni Maggie Ho and Chris Yang, who present such items as pork strozzapreti and a beef scallion pancake wrap that rather resembles a taco, is “Chinese fusion.” The restaurateurs are heartened by the turnout so far. Continue reading “Restaurateurs From SMHS Are Well Served by Their Travels”