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5 Reasons Why To Attend Football Clinics
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5 Reasons Why To Attend Football Clinics

By Fredy Ramirez Football clinics are growing rapidly throughout the country. With recent lawsuits, the National Football League invested millions across the country to help football clinics. But what are these clinics? Essentially, they build the foundation for young football players so they may avoid injury. These clinics are more than foundation builders and more…

Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Highlights: FMF Glen Helen National
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Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Highlights: FMF Glen Helen National

The second round of the 2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship featured unpredictable competition at arguably the championship’s most dynamic and challenging venue. In the end, consistency reigned supreme at the FMF Glen Helen National, with Team Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Marvin Musquin and Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Zach Osborne emerging victorious. The Lucas Oil Pro…

Arcadia Softball Slid Passed Highland in Extra Innings
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Arcadia Softball Slid Passed Highland in Extra Innings

By Fredy Ramirez Arcadia Softball slid passed Highland in extra innings Tuesday, May 16, in the wild card game of the Southern Section division IV playoff bracket. The Lady Apaches found themselves in a pitching duel against Highland. No runs scored the first five innings. Arcadia finally broke through in the bottom of the sixth,…

Arcadia Baseball Edged Knight Baseball
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Arcadia Baseball Edged Knight Baseball

By Fredy Ramirez Arcadia baseball edged Knight High School Tuesday, May 16, in the wild card game of the Southern Section division III playoff bracket. The Apaches would hit the ground running as they would score two runs in the first inning. That would be the only runs of the game as they scored two…

Woo No-Hits CV in Apache Season Finale
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Woo No-Hits CV in Apache Season Finale

Apaches clinch 2nd place behind Woo’s first career no-hitter by Christian Romo John Woo waited for the umpire’s out signal before running towards his catcher Tyus Santa Anna, who met him seconds before the rest of his team mobbed him at home plate. Teammates and fans pulled him aside in an endless series of congratulations,…

Arcadia Falls to Third Place After Loss to Burroughs
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Arcadia Falls to Third Place After Loss to Burroughs

Story and Photos by Christian Romo The Apaches needed a win for a shot at an outright Pacific League title, but a loss to the Indians has them hoping for a split decision with one game left in the regular season. Getting three of their five hits from centerfielder Kaitlyn Escamilla, the Burroughs Indians (18-8,…

Arcadia High Gymnast Crowned Balance Beam Champ
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Arcadia High Gymnast Crowned Balance Beam Champ

Samantha Sakti, a junior in Arcadia High School was crowned Balance Beam Champion, Silver Medalist on Floor and 5th All Around last Friday at Region 1 Artistic Gymnastics Level 10 Championships (UT, AZ, NV, Southern & Northern CA) in Visalia, California.  She was one of the seven finalists selected to represent Region 1 to compete…

James Hinchcliffe Drives into Victory History at LB Grand Prix
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James Hinchcliffe Drives into Victory History at LB Grand Prix

  James Hinchcliffe drove his Honda-powered Schmidt Peterson Motorsports entry to victory Sunday in the 43rd Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Hinchcliffe led the final 25 of the race’s 85 laps and finished 1.494 seconds ahead of Sebastien Bourdais, with Josef Newgarden rounding out the top three. The victory was Hinchcliffe’s career fifth, and his…

Apaches Shut Out Mustangs for Third League Win
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Apaches Shut Out Mustangs for Third League Win

Kampen pitches five no-hit innings   By Christian Romo     The Apaches continued their early-season dominance over Pasadena schools. Behind five no-hit innings from senior Jacob Kampen, Arcadia (7-7, 3-0 Pacific) defeated the Muir Mustangs (5-7, 0-3 Pacific), 12-0, in five innings Monday afternoon in Pasadena. Arcadia begins the league season at 3-0 for…

50th Annual Elementary School Charity Basketball Game to Play on Feb. 23
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50th Annual Elementary School Charity Basketball Game to Play on Feb. 23

  Proceeds to benefit Permannently Disabled Jockeys’ Fund The 50th Annual Santa Anita Jockeys vs. Holy Angels Elementary School Charity Basketball Game will be played Thursday, Feb. 23 at La Salle High School in Pasadena, with proceeds to benefit the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF), Holy Angels athletic program and the Eye on Jacob Foundation. Given the historic…

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