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April 25, 2013 | From Staff Reports
BASEBALL Pasadena Poly 15, La Verne Lutheran 1 (five innings): Senior Luke Asperger had a memorable day, connecting on two solo homers, while scoring four total runs in a nonleague blowout victory Thursday afternoon at home. Senior catcher Caleb Lee joined the hit parade for Poly (11-6), as Lee was four for four with two doubles, three runs and one RBI. Griffin Carter scored two runs for Poly, while Michael Bowman drove in two runs. San Marino 4, Hacienda Heights Wilson 0: Senior Jay Davis made his surprise start on the mound matter when the hurler tossed a three-hit shutout in a nonleague home victory Thursday afternoon.
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April 19, 2013 | By Nathan Cambridge, Special to the Pasadena Sun
ARCADIA - Co-champions in Prep league softball last season, Pasadena Poly and Rio Hondo Prep were tied once again atop the league standings as they squared off Friday afternoon on the Kares' home turf, with the winner taking over sole possession of the top spot with five games to go. The Panthers jumped out early only to see the Kares turn their four-run deficit into a four-run advantage late before nipping Poly at the line for a 10-7 victory....
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April 13, 2013 | By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com
PASADENA - Over the last two seasons, Pasadena Poly striker Noel Askins has earned her share of acclaim. The 5-foot-2 junior was the 2011-12 Prep League Offensive Most Valuable Player and an All-Area first-teamer. This past season, Askins was chosen as both a Prep League and CIF Southern Section Division III first-team selection after leading the area with 28 goals and 23 assists. Overall, Askins finished with nine multi-goal matches (including three hat tricks), while contributing at least one point in 23 of Poly's 26 matches.
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April 10, 2013 | By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com
PASADENA - An already amazing start to the season for the Pasadena Poly boys' tennis team turned unbelievable Wednesday afternoon. Down in points and games with only two sets remaining, the Panthers rallied for consecutive victories and came ahead by the narrowest of margins, topping visiting defending Prep League champion Chadwick School, 9-9 (75-74), in the league opener for the Panthers at Pasadena City College. With the victory, Poly (8-0) continued its undefeated run. “I hadn't seen Chadwick before this match, but my expectation was to win,” Panthers first-year Coach Sheryl Bakalov said.
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April 4, 2013 | By Nathan Cambridge, Special to the Sun
PASADENA - Last season, it was the Pasadena Poly softball battling with Rio Hondo Prep until the final game of the Prep League season, when the Panthers claimed a share of the title they split with the Kares. So far this year, in the infancy of Prep League play, it was Westridge that had emerged as the early leader in league, and going into Thursday's game against the host Panthers, the Tigers were the lone unbeaten squad. PHOTOS: Pasadena Poly vs. Westridge girls' softball However, Poly, with pitcher Dee Dee Logan leading the way, handed the Tigers their first league loss, 5-2. With that, the race is on. “I told my girls we just start over now because everyone now has at least one loss,” Westridge Coach Kelly Korras said, “so anyone can win [the league]
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April 3, 2013 | From Staff Reports
BOYS' TENNIS Pasadena Poly 11, Mark Keppel 7: Behind the strength of their singles play, the Panthers remained undefeated this season with a nonleague road victory Wednesday afternoon versus then-beaten Mark Keppel. Singles No. 1 and 2 players Henry La Soya and Matthew Johnson led the way for Poly (6-0) as the duo each finished 3-0 in picking up six valuable points. No. 3 player Andrew Ruys de Perez added another singles' win as Poly finished 7-2 in singles. On the doubles side, the pairs of Sachin Puri/Andrew Trojan and Austin Gee/Ryan Kidman both finished 2-1 in picking up the Panthers' four other points.
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March 22, 2013 | From Staff Reports
BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Pasadena Poly 3, Webb 0: The Panthers won their Friday Prep League home match, 25-20, 25-18, 25-22, as senior outside hitter Alex Smith tallied 11 kills. Junior setter Dennis Grover added 32 assists. BASEBALL Pasadena Poly 3, Rio Hondo Prep 0: David Orndorff hit his third home run of the season Friday to lead the Panthers in a Rio Hondo League win. Pasadena Poly starting pitcher Calel Lee struck out 10 and scattered four hits to pick up the win. Pasadena Poly (6-4, 3-1 in league)
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March 21, 2013 | From Staff Reports
BOYS' GOLF Pasadena Poly 200, Webb 205: Host Pasadena Poly received two-over par 37s from Willy Moffly and Manny Medrano on Thursday in a Prep League opener at Marshall Canyon Golf Course. Poly got a 39 from Daniel Zhu to improve to 6-0. South Pasadena 219, Monrovia 231: Cole Teague and Henry Sue each had two-over-par 38s on Thursday for the Tigers in a Rio Hondo League match at Almansor Golf Course. On Tuesday, South Pasadena (3-2, 2-0 in league) posted a 232-246 league win against Temple City at Eaton Canyon Golf Course.
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March 21, 2013 | By Robert Fulton, Special to the Sun
PASADENA - The Pasadena Poly and Rio Hondo Prep softball teams renewed their rivalry in Pasadena on Thursday. Last season, the two squads tied for the Prep League title. On Thursday, Rio Hondo struck the first blow of the young Prep League season, as Poly fell to the Kares, 4-0. “Give them credit,” Poly Coach Steve Beerman said. “They came out ready to play and they put the ball in play. They got some good, clean hits, and timely hits.” Prep exploded for four runs in the top of the first inning, behind three hits and a walk.
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March 19, 2013 | By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com
Perhaps the Pasadena Poly boys' soccer team didn't have the strongest season in 2012-2013. Yet, what the Panthers can boast something no other squad in the city can claim - exclusivity - as junior striker Ali Kamal was the lone local name present on the All-CIF Southern Section boys' soccer list released Monday afternoon. Kamal is making his second straight appearance on the Division VI list after earning a third-team nod last season. This year, Kamal led the Prep League third-place Panthers (9-9-5)
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