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Agony: LCA watches late football lead disappear

Posted on 24. Sep, 2017 by .

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Ahead 15-6 going into the fourth quarter, the Lighthouse Saints looked like they would win their first game in over a year. They drove down the field. They stopped the Corona Crossroads Christian team. Their opponents looked hapless, while the Saints looked as if all their hard work was finally paying off. The the Lighthouse Christian Academy more »

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Second straight qualification for playoffs for LCA soccer in 2017

Posted on 16. Feb, 2017 by .

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By Michael Ashcraft — For the second straight year, Lighthouse Christian Academy entered soccer playoffs — a decided break from a long past of never making post-season play. But the Saints mechanics ran rough on Feb. 15 against delToledo High School, which dismissed LCA with a resounding 0-6 defeat. For about a week, Lighthouse players more »

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Back down into Earth’s atmosphere: After three wins, a soccer loss

Posted on 31. Jan, 2017 by .

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With three consecutive wins, Lighthouse soccer was flying high — perhaps too high — when Einstein Academy knocked them down back into the Earth’s atmosphere with a stinging 0-6 loss last Friday. The players for the Lighthouse Christian Academy were ebullient as they entered their fourth league game undefeated. They were joking. They were confident more »

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Good thing he’s fidgety: how extra energy helped on the soccer field

Posted on 23. Jan, 2017 by .

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Often, Brandon Montes overflows fidgety energy in the classroom. He’s drumming on the desk, snapping fingers, sneering at classmates across the room, clowning around. Believe it or not, through it all he’s paying attention too. On Thursday of last week’s extraordinary week of soccer, Brandon was paying attention and put his gush of energy to more »

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Painful loss ends Lighthouse Christian Academy’s 4-game winning streak

Posted on 09. Feb, 2016 by .

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By Robert Ashcraft, LCA senior The Saints felt robbed. With five minutes to time and LCA winning 1-0, the referee awarded a questionable penalty.kick and then a dubious free kick from 20 yards to allow Ribet Academy win 1-2 – putting in doubt their first chance for a playoff spot in nine years since the more »

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