Top west SGV girls swim times

Here are the top girls boys swim times from the west San Gabriel Valley this year.
The time is followed by where it happened. If it was at the CIF-SS finals, the placing is included. 1D1: first in Division 1.

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Flintridge Sacred Heart’s Kirsten Vose

50 freestyle
Michelle Martin (Keppel) 24.02 (1D3)
Grace Carey (Pasadena Poly) 24.58 (league)
Kate Iio (South Pasadena) 24.82 (17D2)
Eliza Koh (San Marino) 24.92 (league)
Lilly Helmuth-Malone (Westridge) 24.97 (league)
100 freestyle
Kirsten Vose (FSHA) 50.04 (league)
Yida Wang (Keppel) 53.03 (s7D3)
Lilly Helmuth-Malone (Westridge) 54.04 (league)
Kate Iio (South Pasadena) 54.12 (league)
Grace Carey (Pasadena Poly) 54.17 (league)
200 freestyle
Christina Campbell (FSHA) 1:51.89 (league)
Susannah Laster (Pasadena Poly) 1:54.53 (league)
Grace Wakabayashi (South Pasadena) 1:54.54 (league)
Michaela Salinas (Pasadena) 1:56.92
Ella Prebel-Jackert (Westridge) 1:58.04 (league)
500 freestyle
Sabrina Zavala (South Pasadena) 5:03.91 (7D2)
Christina Campbell (FSHA) 5:07.74 (PD1)
Susannah Laster (Pasadena Poly) 5:08.18 (league)
Grace Wakabayashi (South Pasadena) 5:08.60SAC
Ella Prebel-Jackert (Westridge) 5:10.38 (7D3)
100 backstroke
Zoomer Otazu (Maranatha) 55.98 (1D4)
Susannah Laster (Pasadena Poly) 56.69 (3D3)
Gabriela Maarse (Pasadena Poly) 58.89 (8D3)
Elsa Leung (Keppel) 58.71 (S-9D3)
Caitlin Smith (FSHA) 59.72 (league)
100 breaststroke
Kirsten Vose (FSHA) 1:00.57 (2D1)
Jacqueline Torrez (La Salle) 1:04.61 (1D1)
Kate Herrill (FSHA) 1:05.25 (league)
Heather Grotzinger (Pasadena Poly) 1:07.03 (league)
Sophia Lee (Westridge) 1:09.70 (14D3)
100 butterfly
Michelle Martin (Keppel) 56.70
Gabriela Maarse (Pasadena Poly) 57.51 (4D3)
Rachel Min (Pasadena Poly) 58.48 (9D3)
Rachel Wong (La Canada) 59.83 (league)
Kate Fogassa (Pasadena Poly) 59.87 (17D3)
200 individual medley
Kirsten Vose (FSHA) 1:56.07 (1D1)
Jacqueline Torrez (La Salle) 2:06.40 (1D4)
Yida Wang (Keppel) 2:07.60 (3D3)
Heather Grotzinger (Pasadena Poly) 2:08.54 (league)
Rachel Wong (La Canada) 2:08.78 (league)

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Top west SGV boys swim times

Here are the top five boys swim times from the west San Gabriel Valley this year.
The time is followed by where it happened. If it was at the CIF-SS finals, the placing is included. 1D1: first in Division 1.

 Arcadia's Tenny Chong wins the 50 yard freestyle during the CIF division 2 swimming finals in the Riverside Aquatics Complex at Riverside City College in Riverside, Calif., on Saturday, May 16, 2015. (Photo by Keith Birmingham/ Pasadena Star-News)

Arcadia’s Tenny Chong wins the 50 yard freestyle during the CIF-SS Division 2 swimming finals in the Riverside Aquatics Complex at Riverside City College (Photo by Keith Birmingham/ Pasadena Star-News)

50 freestyle
Tenny Chong (Arcadia) 20.87 (1D2)
Javier Lopez (San Marino) 21.40 (5D2)
Alexander Vilssov (La Canada) 22.06 (16D2)
Andreas Langen (Flintridge Prep) 22.24 (9D3)
Justin Lam (Gabrielino) 22.34
100 freestyle
Andreas Langen (Flintridge Prep) 47.62 (league)
David Jimenez (Marshall) 49.08 (4D4)
William Lau (SoPas) 49.36 (league)
Leon Miles (Gabrielino) 49.56
Howard Lau (Gabrielino) 50.09 (18D3)
200 freestyle
Dane Bell (La Canada) 1:41.41 (4D2)
Calvin Giang (Gabrielino) 1:45.29 (MSAC)
Diego Delgado (Flintridge Prep) 1:47.58 (league)
Harry Young Koon Kim (South Pasadena) 1:49.88 (league)
Leon Miles (Gabrielino) 1:50.28 (MSAC)
500 freestyle
Dane Bell (La Canada) 4:29.63 (1D2)
Matt Varraveto (La Canada) 4:38.84 (8D2)
Andreas Langen (Flintridge Prep) 4:56.34 (league)
Harry Young Joon Kim (South Pasadena) 4:56.91 (MSAC)
Taylor Hughes (San Marino) 4:59.13 (league)
100 backstroke
Jacob Mullin (South Pasadena) 51.11 (MSAC)
Tenny Chong (Arcadia) 51.20 (4D2)
Calvin Giang (Gabrielino) 52.23 (2D3)
James Torrez (La Salle) 53.46 (2D4)
Griffin Yerian (South Pasadena) 54.03 (league)
100 breaststroke
Daniel Chao (Arcadia) 59.05
Sean Kim (Gabrielino) 59.77 (MSAC)
Kevin Huang (Arcadia) 1:00.98 (PC2)
Justin Tang (MK) 1:01.14 (11D3)
Raymond Kam (Gabrielino) 1:01.73 (14D3)
100 butterfly
Javier Lopez (San Marino) 49.29 (league)
Garrett Tse (South Pasadena) 49.65 (MSAC)
Crosley Wang (Keppel) 51.38
Jacob Mullin (South Pasadena) 51.54 (MSAC)
Kyle Day (San Marino) 51.71 (8D2)
200 individual medley
Garrett Tse (South Pasadena) 1:51.97 (4D2)
Javier Lopez (San Marino) 1:54.53 (MSAC)
Daniel Chao (Arcadia) 1:56.01 (9D2)
Calvin Giang (Gabrielino) 1:56.62 (3D3)
Matt Varraveto (La Canada) 1:55.56 (12D2)

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CIF-SS volleyball quarterfinals are set

Five San Gabriel Valley-area teams are in Saturday’s CIF-Southern Section volleyball quarterfinals. Matches scheduled for 7 p.m.
Division 2
Thursday’s second round
Aliso Niguel def. La Canada 25-20, 25-22, 25-21.
Camarillo def. South Pasadena 25-18, 17-25, 25-17, 25-21
Division 3
Thursday’s second round
San Gabriel def. Bishop Montgomery 13-25, 26-24, 25-20, 25-21
Saturday’s quarterfinals
San Gabriel at No. 1 seed El Segundo
Division 4
Thursday’s second round
Flintridge Prep def. Rio Mesa, 27-25, 20-25, 25-22, 25-20, 15-12
Saturday’s quarterfinals
Flintridge Prep at No. 2 seed Bellflower
Division 5
Thursday’s second round
No. 1 seed Damien def. Indian Springs 25-9, 25-10, 25-14
Oakwood def. La Serna 25-19, 25-21, 25-18
No. 4 seed Santa Fe def. San Gabriel Academy 25-14, 25-20, 25-23
Ontario Christian def. West Covina 25-17, 18-25, 25-18, 22-25, 17-15
El Rancho def. Vistamar 25-2, 25-19, 25-23
Saturday’s quarterfinals
No. 1 seed Damien at Oakwood
Ganesha at No. 4 seed Santa Fe
El Rancho at No. 2 seed Arrowhead Christian

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Agajanian leaves La Salle baseball team

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La Salle High School baseball coach Harry Agajanian has decided to leave the program after a 10-year run.
Agajanian told the team of his decision after Wednesday’s 15-6 season-ending victory over Serra. The Lancers finished the season 10-14, 3-9 in Del Rey League play.
“It is 100 percent my decision,” Agajanian said. “I’m still an advocate for La Salle baseball. I’m very fortunate to ride my way out to the sunset. In most cases, you’re forced out not on your own terms.”
La Salle won two league titles in his tenure and had only two losing seasons. The Lancers went undefeated in the Del Rey League in his first year in 2006 and were co-league titlists in 2012. La Salle was 20-6 in ’06 and 19-8-1 in ’12.
He had a 151-116-1 record at La Salle. He said he is pursing other interests.

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CIF-SS playoff tennis results

Eleven teams won first-round games on Wednesday. The second round is Friday at 3 p.m.
Division 1
Wednesday first round
Palm Desert 16, Temple City 2
San Marino 18, La Quinta 0
Northwood 15, La Canada 3
Beverly Hills 16, St. Francis 2
Friday’s second round
San Marino at Mira Costa
Division 2
Wednesday first round

West Ranch 18, Charter Oak 0
Walnut 16, Atascadero 2
Diamond Bar 13, Hart 5
Pasadena Poly 13, Bonita 5
Valencia 17, Diamond Ranch 1
No. 2 seed Arcadia 18, Righetti 0
Friday’s second round
Crescenta Valley at Walnut
Diamond Bar at Villa Park
Crean Lutheran vs. Pasadena Poly
Valencia at No. 2 seed Arcadia
Division 4
Wednesday’s first round
Quartz Hill 12, California 6
Rowland 12, Oakwood 6
Maranatha 14, Lompoc 4
Keppel 18, Orcutt Academy 0
Covina 9, Citrus Valley 9 (Covina advances on games, 78-77)
La Serna 14, Estancia 4
Garden Grove 12, Schurr 6
Friday’s second round
Los Osos at Rowland
No. 4 seed Maranatha at Webb
No. 3 seed Keppel at Chino Hills
Westminster at Covina
La Serna at No. 2 seed Redlands
Division 5
Wednesday’s first round

Duarte 10, Rim of World 8
Downey 9, Rosemead 9 (Downey wins on games, 85-79)
Arroyo 9, Apple Valley 9 (Arroyo wins on games, 81-72)
Warren 14, Marshall 4
Friday’s second round
Duarte at Downey
Savanna at Arroyo

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