Thursday Recap: Tim Treinen scored twice to lead Flintridge Prep to 6-1 boys soccer victory

Boys soccer
Flintridge Prep 6, Rio Hondo Prep 1 — Tim Treinen scored twice and Riley Jones, Jack Enzminger, Aidan Boyle, and Tim Bates each scored a goal for the visiting Rebels (8-6-3, 3-1-1) in a Prep League win.
Girls water polo
Pasadena 8, Hoover 3 — Goalie Micaela Hammond had 11 saves and Aria Hueso and Irma Sarac each scored twice to lead the Bulldogs (8-10, 2-3) to the Pacific League win. Yesenia Marin-Acosta, Eva Child, Sophia Kownatzki, and Sophia Cimino each scored a goal for Pasadena.

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San Marino tightens up Rio Hondo League race

"San Marino, South Pasadena, Basketball"

SOUTH PASADENA >> The Rio Hondo League is certainly a shooter’s league. Three-pointers or seemingly nothing.

The San Marino High boys basketball team found the mark and South Pasadena did not on Wednesday night and the Titans made sure the first round of league play finished in a bottleneck after the Titans scored a convincing 53-37 road victory.

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Temple City begins second half of water polo season on roll

The Temple City High girls water polo is on track to do something that has not been done in five years: win a Rio Hondo League title.

The Rams begin the second round of league play undefeated for second-year coach Oscar Dorado.

“It’s been night and day,” Dorado said between last season and this season. “It’s a completely different program. During training we did a lot of adjustments. The girls are very motivated and having fun.”

The Rams (10-4, 4-0) play host to South Pasadena on Thursday. Temple City scored a 13-6 victory in the first game against South Pasadena. They have slowly been creeping up the CIF-Southern Section Division 5 poll; they are ranked fifth.

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Wednesday Recap: Kelly Crowley scored twice to lead San Marino to 3-0 girls soccer win

Girls soccer
San Marino 3, South Pasadena 0 – Kelly Crowley scored twice and Christina Chang and Mandy Hsu each added a goal for the Titans (9-1-3, 5-0) in a Rio Hondo League victory. Goalie Sarah Blasher recorded the shutout.
Boys basketball
San Marino 53, South Pasadena 37 — Brian Low had 16 points, three rebounds and a steal, Jadyn Torres had 13 points, five rebounds and a block for the Titans (13-8, 3-2) in a Rio Hondo League victory. Blake Kunitake had 11 points and Alex Cate had 10 points and 10 rebounds for San Marino.

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Tuesday Recap: Goalie Tatum French recorded a shutout and Kin Spencer scored twice to lead Maranatha to 2-0 win

Girls soccer
Maranatha 2, Heritage Christian 0 — Goalie Tatum French recorded a shutout and Kin Spencer scored twice to lead the Minutemen (14-5-1, 4-0) to the Olympic League victory.
Pasadena Poly 3, Flintridge Prep 0 — Goalies Lauren Stiles and Lindsey Uteda combined had 10 saves foe the Rebels (8-9-1, 1-3) but it was not enough in the Prep League loss. Pasadena Poly outshot Flintridge Prep 20-5.
Girls basketball
Pasadena Poly 67, Mayfield 22 — Kiki Yang had 32 points, 13 steals, nine assists, six rebounds, and three blocks and Halston Harper had 16 points and 13 rebounds for the Panthers (7-8, 5-1) in a Prep League victory. Bella Wilkinson had nine points for Pasadena Poly.
Girls water polo
Pasadena 10, Arcadia 8 — Colette Christensen scored three goals and Camile Thomas and Dania Chawkins each scored twice to lead the Bulldogs (7-10, 1-3) to the Pacific League victory. Goalie Micaela Hammond had 10 saves and Aria Hueso, Yesenia Marin-Acosta and Irma Sarac each scored a goal for Pasadena. Katie White scored three goals and Colleen Cook and Nicole Sargent each scored twice for Arcadia.

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Arcadia girls remain undefeated in Pacific League


The goals keep piling up: Six in one game, seven in two games, 13 in another and then four more on Tuesday afternoon.
But as many goals as the Arcadia High School girls soccer team has scored this season, it comes down to what the Apaches’ defense has accomplished this undefeated season.
Tuesday was no exception at Burbank’s Luther Burbank Middle School. The Apaches stopped host Burbank attack after attack, even saving a penalty kick, en route to a 4-0 Pacific League victory and their ninth shutout of the season.

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Keppel moves up to No. 2 in girls poll

CIF-SS girls basketball polls

Division 2AA
1. Redondo Union
2. Mark Keppel (up one)
3. Mira Costa
4. Eisenhower
5. Santa Barbara
6T. Summit
6T. Norco
8T. Oak Hills
8T. Tesoro
10. Arroyo Grande
11. Woodbridge
12. Canyon/Canyon Country
13. Thousand Oaks
14. Chino
14. Walnut
15. West Covina

Division 3AA
1.Brea Olinda
2. North Torrance
3. El Dorado
4. Sonora
5. Antelope Valley
6. Corona del Mar
7. South Hills
8T. Esperanza
8T. Gabrielino (moves up two)
10. Northwood
11. Indio
12. La Sierra
13T. Pacifica/Garden Grove
13T. Calabasas
13T. Palm Springs
16. Gahr

Division 3A
1. Orange Lutheran
2. South Pasadena (unchanged)
3. Santa Margarita
4. Brentwood
5. Cabrillo/Lompoc
6. Lompoc
7. St. Joseph/Lakewood
8. Barstow
9. La Canada (up two)
10. Ocean View
11. El Segundo
12. Burroughs/Ridgecrest
13. Covina
14. Los Altos
15. Atascadero
16T. Oak Park
16T. Wilson/HH

Division 4AA
1. Sierra Canyon
2. Oaks Christian
3. JSerra
4. Harvard-Westlake
5. Bishop Montgomery
6. Rosary
7. St. Monica
8. Duarte (unchanged)
9. Twentynine Palms
10. Flintridge Sacred Heart (unchanged)
11. Estancia
12. Louisville
13. St. Lucy’s Priory
14. Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks
15. Santa Ynez
16. Laguna Beach

Division 4A
1. Fairmont Prep
2. St. Anthony
3. St. Paul
4. Cantwell Sacred Heart
5. Heritage Christian
6. Marymount
7. Notre Dame/Riverside
8T. Loma Linda Academy
8T. AGBU/Canoga Park
10. Maranatha (drops one)
11. Marlborough
12. St. Genevieve
13. Notre Dame Academy
14. Crean Lutheran
15. Viewpoint
16. University Prep

Division 5AA
1. Ribet Academy
2. Orangewood Academy
3. Flintridge Prep (unchanged)
4. Mission Prep
5. Providence
6. Aquinas
7. St. Joseph/Santa Maria
8T. Santa Clara
8T. Buckley
10. St. Pius-St. Mathias
11. Village Christian
12. Desert
13. Webb
14. Saddleback Valley Christian
15. Pasadena Poly (drops one)
16. Mary Star of the Sea

Division 6
1. Price
2. California Lutheran
3. Rio Hondo Prep (up one)
4. Cornerstone Christian/Hemet
5. Crossroads
6. Hesperia Christian
7. La Sierra Academy
8. St. Monica Academy (unchanged)
9. Palm Valley
10. Big Pine
11T. Pilgrim
11T. L.A. Adventist
13. Noli Indian
14. Baker Valley
15. Shandon
16. Apple Valley Christian
Out: Renaissance Academy (was No. 11)

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Keppel, South Pas, La Salle, Rio Hondo all step up in boys hoops poll

Boys basketball rankings

Division 2AA
1. Glendora
2. Thousand Oaks
3. Lawndale
4. Canyon/Anaheim
5. Keppel (up two)
6. Mira Costa
7. Elsinore
8. Tesoro
9. West Ranch
10. Redlands
11. Ventura
13. Canyon/Canyon Country
14. Whittier
15. Summit
16. Woodbridge
Note: No. 4 Ayala exits with forfeits

Division 3AA
1. Damien
2. Sonora
3. Gahr
4. San Marcos
5T. Los Altos
5T. Bonita
7. Diamond Ranch
8. Buena Park
9. Arlington
10T. Palm Springs
10T. La Sierra
12. Pasadena (unchanged)
13. Yorba Linda
14. El Dorado
15. Northwood
16T. Sultana
16T. Don Lugo
16T. Norte Vista

Division 3A
1. Cathedral
2. Alemany
3. Cantwell Sacred Heart
4. Corona del Mar
5. Tahquitz
6. Beverly Hills
7. Esperanza
8. Bishop Amat
9. Servite
10. La Canada (down one)
11. South Pasadena (up one)

12. Wilson/Hacienda Heights
13. Gabrielino (up one)
14. Hoover
15. Leuzinger
16. San Bernardino

Division 4AA
1. Bishop Montgomery
2. Orange Lutheran
3. Crespi
4. Chaminade
5. Mission Prep
6. Harvard-Westlake
7. Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks
8. Oaks Christian
9. Morningside
10. JSerra
11. St. Francis (unchanged)
12. Muir (unchanged)
13. Rancho Mirage
14. Atascadero
15. Covina
16. Workman

Division 4A
1. Campbell Hall
2. Maranatha (unchanged)
3. Buckley
4T. Bosco Tech (unchanged)
4T. Valley Christian/Cerritos
6. Trinity Classical
7. St. Genevieve
8. La Salle (up one)
9. Crean Lutheran
10. St. Monica Catholic
11. Whittier Christian
12. Paraclete
13. San Gabriel Academy (up two)
14. Riverside Prep
15. St. Bonaventure
16. Rolling Hills Prep

Division 5AA
1. Sierra Canyon
2. Brentwood
3. Windward
4. Viewpoint
5. Saddleback Valley Christian
6. Crossroads
7. St. Joseph/Santa Maria
8. St. Margaret’s
9. New Community Jewish
10. Yeshiva
11. Woodcrest Christian
12. Chadwick
13. Holy Martyrs
14. Oakwood
15. St. Anthony
16T. Loma Linda Academy
16. Sage Hill
Out: Flintridge Prep (was 15T.)

Division 6
1. Price
2. Orangewood Academy
3. Hesperia Christian
4. Rio Hondo Prep (up one)
5. California Lutheran
6. Joshua Springs
7. Upland Christian
8. L.A. Adventist
9. Apple Valley Christian
10. Antelope Valley Christian
11. Besant Hill
12. Valley Christian/Santa Maria
13. Acaciawood Academy
14. Lee Vining
15. Cornerstone Christian/Hemet
16. St. Monica

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South Pasadena boys soccer makes CIF-SS Top 10

Despite going 0-1-1 last week, Monrovia remained No. 1 in the this week’s CIF-SS Division 6 boys soccer poll. South Pasadena entered the Top 10 for the first time.

Division 6
1. Monrovia (unchanged)
2. Pasadena Poly (unchanged)
3. Moreno Valley
4. Arrowhead Christian
5. Shadow Hills
6. Nogales
7. Lennox Academy
8. South Pasadena (first time in poll)
9. La Canada (up one)

10T. Ontario Christian
10T. Desert Mirage

Other SGVN schools”
D2: 6.California
D3: 6. Diamond Bar, 8. Damien
D4: 3. Sierra Vista, 8. La Mirada
D5: 2. La Puente, 7. Charter Oak

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