Points were hard to come by for Flintridge Prep, who shot 11 of 27 from the floor in a 56-32 defeat at the hands of St. Paul in the quarterfinals of the CIF-Southern Section Division 5AA playoffs Wednesday night. St. Paul’s Angela Van Sickle scored 13 points, Adriana Rendon scored 12 and grabbed seven rebounds and Brittni Tapia had 10 points and six rebounds. Rendon provided solid contributions despite a stomach virus. Flintridge Prep’s Megan Musashi couldn’t get into rhythm, scoring 12 points on 4 of 15 shooting. She also grabbed four rebounds and had three blocks.
Muir 68, Citrus Hill 55: DIVISION 5A
Pasadena Poly 55, Desert 45
TONIGHT’S GAMES, 7 P.M.
Citrus Hill at Muir DIVISION 5AA
St. Paul at Flintridge Prep DIVISION 5A
Desert at Pasadena Poly DIVISION 6A
AGBU at Apple Valley Christian
TODAY’S GAMES, 3 p.m.
(UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED)
Flintridge Sacred Heart at St. Lucy’s DIVISION 5
Notre Dame Academy at Maranatha, 5 p.m.
South Torrance vs. Ramona Convent at Cathedral High, 6:30 p.m. DIVISION 7
South El Monte vs. Alverno at Rio de Los Angeles Park
Congrats to Keppel and coach Hung Duong for reaching Friday’s semifinals against Pasadena. Keppel was always one of my favorite teams to cover when I was in Pasadena, they play hard, they play smart, and with the talent they have now, I’m guessing they’re gonna give PHS all they can handle. — Fred J.
By Fred J. Robledo
BALDWIN PARK — The Keppel High School boys basketball team got exactly what it wanted against host Baldwin Park during Wednesday’s CIF-Southern Section Division 2A quarterfinal – another strong effort from junior twins Jordan and Justin Young, and a near flawless performance from point guard Timmy Wong.
But as Aztecs coach Hung Duong explained it, when senior guard Sam Thim is on his game too, the Aztecs are nearly unbeatable, which was the case as Thim poured in 28 points to lead the third-seed Aztecs to a 77-63 victory, sending them to Friday’s semifinals against second-seed Pasadena at Muir High School.