Posts tagged as: Aimee YEHGIAYAN

Boys’ Soccer Goes for CIF Repeat

Boys’ Soccer Goes for CIF Repeat

By Aimee YEGHIAYAN
Falcon Rani Dimashki may not be the star shooter. He may not be the goalkeeper that blocks almost every shot, and he may not be the guy that wins the game. Ask anyone who follows the game though, and they will know who he is.
“For a coach, he is the kind of player [...]

CV Puts Another Notch in Win Column

CV Puts Another Notch in Win Column

By Aimee YEGHIAYAN
With Monday’s 5-1 win over Burbank behind them, the Falcons boys’ soccer team came onto the field yesterday against Hoover at Toll Middle School expecting a repeat performance. Although teamwork and focus seemed to be lacking initially, the Falcons came back strong in the second half, resulting in a 4-1 victory and moving [...]

Photo courtesy of Kamila Melko/Tic Tac Photography High school students Mark Matheu, Jully Chung and Tina Stephens lead Rosemont students in cheers and games to begin the weekend at Camp Firework.

Photo courtesy of Kamila Melko/Tic Tac Photography High school students Mark Matheu, Jully Chung and Tina Stephens lead Rosemont students in cheers and games to begin the weekend at Camp Firework.

By Aimee YEGHIAYAN
On a recent Friday morning, waiting for the bus to arrive, the high school camp staff was
impatient, smiling but with a glimmer of fear, ready for Camp Firework to begin. Camp Firework is a three-day leadership camp held at Camp Highland, a site nestled in the San Gorgonio Pass between San Bernardino and [...]

Tie Disappoints Falcons

Tie Disappoints Falcons

By Aimee YEGHIAYAN
After a 3-1 victory over Hoover on Monday, the Falcons boy’s soccer team was prepared for another win yesterday against Pasadena. Unfortunately, the Bulldogs proved to be more skilled than the Falcons expected, resulting in a 2-2 tie. CV moved to 4-0-2 in the Pacific League and 14-1-5 overall.
“We scored three goals really [...]

CV Looks to Keep Growing

CV Looks to Keep Growing

The young soccer program made big leaps last season and will try to stay the course this year with a new head coach.
By Alan Der OHANNESSIAN
The Falcons’ soccer team is looking to the coming season with mixed emotions, trying to erase the memories of their 3-1 loss to EL Rancho in the quarterfinal of regional [...]


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