Arcadia, Pasadena Poly in fight atop west SGV poll

Arcadia High School and Pasadena Poly have big games in the final week of the regular season. The Apaches face Crescenta Valley to determine the Pacific League crown and the Panthers face Flintridge Prep for the Prep League title. La Salle and San Gabriel Mission enter the poll for the first time this season.
1. Arcadia (14-3)
Meets Crescenta Valley for Pacific League title Thursday (1)
2. Pasadena Poly (17-2-2)
Back-to-back shutouts last week (2)
3. Flintridge Prep (13-2-5)
Will face Pasadena Poly in another showdown Thursday (4)
4. Maranatha (10-5-3)
Beat Valley Christian 2-0; first-place game Thursday (6)
5. Monrovia (13-5-3)
Win at La Canada Tuesday will give Wildcats Rio Hondo League title (8)
6. Gabrielino (13-3)
Two wins will give Eagles Mission Valley League crown (3)
7. La Salle (10-9-1)
Ended long losing streak to Bishop Amat (unranked)
8. Flintridge Sacred Heart (10-5-3)
Needs win and help to get playoff berth (5)
9. San Gabriel Mission (13-6-3)
First league title in 16 years (unranked)
10. La Canada (11-6-3)
Four consecutive victories put Spartans back in Rio Hondo League race (9)

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Boys soccer poll remains unchanged

Heading into the final week of the regular season, the west San Gabriel Valley poll remains virtually unchanged. Pasadena High School clinched a league title. Monrovia and La Canada have a Rio Hondo League-title showdown Tuesday. Maranatha moved into a first-place tie in the Olympic League.
1. Pasadena (14-1-2)
Wrapped up second consecutive league title with pair of shutouts (1)
2. Monrovia (17-4-6)
RHL showdown vs. La Canada on Tuesday (2)
3. La Canada (10-4-5)
7-0-2 in last nine games (3)
4. Maranatha (11-6-2)
Huge 2-1 victory over Valley Christian (5)
5. Pasadena Poly (13-5-1)
Late goal defeated Flintridge Prep, 3-2 (4)
6. Flintridge Prep (9-4-2)
Two must-win games vs. Firebaugh, Chadwick (6)
7. La Salle (9-10-2)
Will settle for second place in Camino Real (7)
8. St. Francis (4-9-5)
Will need a big finish and help for playoff bid (8)
9. Muir (9-7-3)
Needs big finish after stumbling last few games (9)
10. San Marino (6-7-2)
Big third-place game vs. Temple city Thursday (10)

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Friday Recap: Maranatha girls soccer shutout Valley Christian 2-0

If you have any scores or stats from any local high school sporting events call them into the desk at 626-544-0992 or 0991 or scores@SGVN

Girls soccer
Maranatha 2, Valley Christian 0 — Andrea Gamez and Katy Coats both scored a goal and Ivahnna Espinoza had an assist for the Minutemen (10-5-3, 4-1-1) in an Olympic league game.

Girls basketball
Keppel 62, Alhambra 13 — Sophia Song had 14 points, seven rebounds and 10 steals and Jocelyn Song added 10 points to lead the Aztecs (17-7, 8-0) to clinch the Almont League title.
Pasadena Poly 52, Firebaugh 46 — Sarah Johnson had 30 points and 14 rebounds and Alexis Pappachan added 10 points for the Panthers (5-13, 3-6) in a Prep League game.

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Wednesday Recap: Charlotte Stephens and Emma Hovanec both scored twice for Westridge girls soccer victory

If you have any scores or stats from any local high school sporting events call them into the desk at 626-544-0992 or 0991 or scores@SGVN

Girls soccer
Westridge 7, Firebaugh 1 — Charlotte Stephens and Emma Hovanec each scored twice to lead the Tigers (6-8, 3-4) to the Prep League victory.

Boys soccer
Buena Park 4, La Habra 1 — Adam Gonzalez scored a goal with an assist from Jose Diaz for the Highlanders (4-6-4, 2-4) in a Freeway League loss.

Girls water polo
Burroughs 10, Arcadia 4 — Goalie Sabrina Yip had 11 saves, Susan Harrison scored three goals and Lauren Sargent scored a goal for the Apaches (10-7, 4-2) in a Pacific League loss.

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