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(Los Angeles) – The magical road through the CIF postseason ended for La Canada with a 57-47 loss to La Verne Lutheran. For those on the ride, the tiny community just on the outskirts of Los Angeles became galvanized through the Spartans which played to a filled out Sports Palace on the campus of La […]
Here is the last minute-plus of La Canada’s win against Inglewood last night.
(La Canada) – After trailing by as many as seven late in the second quarter, La Canada pulled away late to win another thriller 60-50 against Inglewood in the CIF Southern Section Regional Semi-Finals. By now Spartan fans expect to be on a nerve-wrecking roller coaster ride of emotions during games. This definitely didn’t disappoint.
For Tom Hofman’s team, it has not done anything easy the last few weeks. La Canada is one-win shy of a thirty-win season. Most importantly for the program, community, and school it is near a plateau very many never reach.
(La Canada) – Crespi’s Matt Mounier’s desperation three-point attempt at the buzzer went wide-right to give La Canada a 43-42 win in the CIF State Playoffs on Thursday night at the sold-out Sports Palace on the Campus of La Canada.
(Anaheim) – During its postseason run La Canada became the “cardiac kids” with heart stopping finishes that made the most fervent fans bite their nails. So it comes as no surprise that the Spartans needed all 32 minutes of regulation to come away with its first CIF Championship since 1992 with a thrilling 50-47 victory […]
(La Canada) – Surviving a scare in the first round of any tournament can be exactly what a top-seeded team needs to get to the finals. The second seeded La Canada Spartans allowed West High from Torrance to get as close as one-point before pulling away late to advance to the second round with a […]
(Monrovia) – Mike McGlashan and Dario CiVon combined for 42 points to lead La Canada to a 65-52 win over Monrovia Wednesday night in the new digs at Monrovia High.
(Temple City) – La Canada scored only seven points in the fourth quarter but Temple City managed just two and fell to the Spartans 43-38 Friday night in the Rio Hondo League opener.
By Corey Kwok Thursday December 30 Montebello 60 Maranatha 54 (Championship)