Posts tagged as: David O’CONNOR

Tennis Clash Lives Up to Expectations

Tennis Clash Lives Up to Expectations

By David O’CONNOR
In their most anticipated match this season, the Crescenta Valley Falcons boys’ varsity tennis team suffered its first Pacific League defeat, 11-7, at the hands of undefeated host Arcadia on Tuesday.
Coming off two non-league losses from their last three starts, the Falcons knew they had to play to their potential against the Apaches, [...]

Boys’ Tennis Splits Matches, Rival Arcadia Awaits

Boys’ Tennis Splits Matches, Rival Arcadia Awaits

By David O’CONNOR
Even without leading singles player, Arin Meserkhani, the Crescenta Valley Falcons varsity boys’ tennis team easily bounced back from two successive defeats by outclassing hosts Whittier Christian High School, 17-1 in a non-league contest on Tuesday.
Meserkhani, who has been a massive contributor to the Falcons superb 6-2 start to the season, was unavailable [...]

Alsamann and Ma Lead Falcons Baseball to Close Win

Alsamann and Ma Lead Falcons Baseball to Close Win

By David O’CONNOR
In a thrilling contest that was decided by a fielding error in extra innings, the Crescenta Valley Falcons outlasted the Granada Hills Highlanders 1-0 in the second round of the Babe Herman tournament at Stengel Field in Glendale on Monday.
Coming off a dominating 13-2 win over the Highland Bulldogs in the opening round [...]

Absentees Lead to Loss for CV Tennis

Absentees Lead to Loss for CV Tennis

By David O’CONNOR
An undermanned Falcons boys’ varsity tennis team suffered its first defeat of the season at the hands of St. Francis High School at Scholl Canyon tennis center on Friday, with half of its team unable to play contributing to the 13-5 loss.
Falcons’ Head Coach Sam Hyun received a phone call late Thursday night [...]

CV Boys’ Tennis Serves Up 3-0 Start to Season

CV Boys’ Tennis Serves Up 3-0 Start to Season

By David O’CONNOR
Led by number one singles player Arin Meserkhani and the undefeated doubles pair of Charlie Kim and Kevin Rowe, the Crescenta Valley High School varsity boys’ tennis team grabbed bragging rights over their Burbank counterparts by winning 13-5 against both Burroughs HS and Burbank HS in the first two league matches of the [...]

Girls’ Soccer Hold Heads High in Playoff Defeat

Girls’ Soccer Hold Heads High in Playoff Defeat

By David O’CONNOR

Despite holding a home ground advantage, courtesy of a coin-flip win last Friday, the Crescenta Valley High School girls’ soccer team was unable to prevail over the 27th state-ranked La Mirada Matadores in the second round of the Division 4 CIF playoffs on Thursday, losing 3-0.

To put it in perspective what CVHS was [...]

CV Coaches Steer Athletes in Right Direction

CV Coaches Steer Athletes in Right Direction

 
By David O’CONNOR

You’re only as strong as your weakest link. Ex-minor league baseball player and baseball performance coach Dustin Emmons and Crescenta Valley High School assistant hurdles coach Eric Kwong both subscribe to this theory when they’re treating their athletes on a holistic scale, rather than following the outdated and ineffective coaching stereotype of “no [...]

CVHS Boys’ Soccer Lose, Wright Signs with UC Davis

CVHS Boys’ Soccer Lose, Wright Signs with UC Davis

By David O’CONNOR
 
The Crescenta Valley Falcons boys’ soccer team was unable to prevent an incredible attacking display from Glendale High School’s mid-fielders who steered their side to a comprehensive 3-1 victory at Osborne Field on Tuesday.
There was a lot riding on the outcome of this contest. Prior to kick-off both teams shared a similar Pacific [...]

Pacific League a Struggle for Boys’ Soccer

Pacific League a Struggle for Boys’ Soccer

By David O’CONNOR
Before battling Pasadena High School on Wednesday, the Crescenta Valley boys’ soccer team suffered its second defeat in the Pacific League on Monday. It was a case of failing to convert plenty of attacking opportunities as the Falcons lost 1-0 to Burbank High School at home.
In the opening minutes, senior mid-fielder Justin Wright’s [...]

It’s a Draw for Falcons Boys Soccer

It’s a Draw for Falcons Boys Soccer

By David O’CONNOR

25-yard left foot strike in the dying minutes sank the hopes of the Crescenta Valley High School boys’ varsity soccer team for a win in the opening conference game against host John Muir HS Pasadena, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

The Falcons went into the game with a disappointing pre-season record of 3-5-2, [...]


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