2. Thousand Oaks
4. Canyon/Anaheim 5. Keppel (up two)
6. Mira Costa
9. West Ranch
13. Canyon/Canyon Country
16. Woodbridge Note: No. 4 Ayala exits with forfeits
Division 3AA 1. Damien
4. San Marcos
5T. Los Altos
7. Diamond Ranch
8. Buena Park
10T. Palm Springs
10T. La Sierra 12. Pasadena (unchanged)
13. Yorba Linda
14. El Dorado
16T. Don Lugo
16T. Norte Vista
Division 3A 1. Cathedral
3. Cantwell Sacred Heart
4. Corona del Mar
6. Beverly Hills
8. Bishop Amat
9. Servite 10. La Canada (down one)
11. South Pasadena (up one)
12. Wilson/Hacienda Heights 13. Gabrielino (up one)
16. San Bernardino
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
5. Saddleback Valley Christian
7. St. Joseph/Santa Maria
8. St. Margaret’s
9. New Community Jewish
11. Woodcrest Christian
13. Holy Martyrs
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
Maranatha moved into the No. 2 position and Arcadia up to No. 4 in their respective CIF-SS girls soccer polls this week Division 3 1. Torrance
3. Brea Olinda
5. Quartz Hill
7. South Torrance
8. Arroyo Grande
9. Yorba Linda 10T. Pasadena Poly (unchanged) 10T. Righetti
10T. South Hills
Division 4 1. Serrano
2. La Mirada
3. Alemany 4. Arcadia (up one) 5. Oak Park
7. Mayfair 8. San Marino (unchanged)
9. Sage Hill
10T. Valley View
10T. St. Margaret’s Out: Monrovia
Division 6 1. Grand Terrace 2. Maranatha (moves up one) 3. Temescal Canyon
4. Summit 5. Gabrielino (moves up two) 6. San Gorgonio
8. Sierra Vista
9. Norte Vista
10T. Patriot 10T. Marshall (drops one)
10T. Paloma Valley
Girls water polo Pasadena Poly 13, Mayfield 7 — Allison Woo scored six goals and Lindsey Kelleher and Colleen Woo each scored twice to lead the Panthers (12-1, 7-0) to the Prep League victory. Goalie Natalia Sanchez-Nigolian had five saves and Alex Clark, Allie Hodgen and Sam Shafia each scored a goal for Pasadena Poly.
Muir WR/DB Taeon Mason, a two-time Star-News All-Area selection, has committed to play next fall at Washington St. Mason had previously committed to USC before recently opening his recruitment up again.
Mason is likely to play receiver and return kicks for the Cougars. Opposing offenses simply didn’t throw to Mason’s side of the field this past season. On offense, Mason had 569 yards receiving and eight touchdowns.
Two weeks ago, it looked like the Pasadena High School boys basketball team might be an also-ran in the Pacific League. Now, it looks like the Bulldogs might run away with the league title.
Pasadena rode its stifling defense to a 56-46 win over rival on Friday night and boosted its win streak to six game while maintaining full control of the league standings.
“Pasadena will never be counted out, that’s just the way it is,” Bulldogs head coach Tony Brooks said. “We hadn’t necessarily started out of the gate well. We had four football players that joined us who play big minutes, so we had to get them acclimated to everything.
“It just takes time in our system. We do have a system. It’s not just throw the ball out. There’s a system and the kids have to learn it and they’ve got to learn it with no hesitations so they can play fast and free.”
Pasadena improved to 12-8 overall and 7-1 in league. Muir, which could have used a win on Friday to avoid falling further behind in the standings, fell to 12-8 and 4-3.
It was apparent early that Muir’s lack of offense was going to be a big problem for the Mustangs’ chances. But good defense of its own helped Muir stay close until Bulldogs swing man Tyrek Adams fueled a spurt early in the fourth quarter to help his team pull away.
San Marino 2, Temple City 0 — Mandy Hsu and Christina Chang each scored goals for the Titans (7-2-3, 4-0) to defeat Temple City (9-6-2, 2-2) in a Rio Hondo League contest. Sarah Blasher had two saves for the Titans to earn a shutout.
Boys basketball Maranatha 67, Valley Christian 61 — Tyler Dorsey had 40 points, eight rebounds and five assists and Tey Williams had 15 points, three rebounds and five assists for the Minutemen (9-7, 3-0) in an Olympic League victory.
MONROVIA — The Monrovia High School boys soccer team was trying to make a key adjustment to its defensive lineup. La Canada was trying to shut out the Wildcats for the first time.
Both succeeded in Wednesday’s key Rio Hondo League game, which ended in a scoreless tie. Monrovia remained undefeated (15-0-3, 2-0-1) and La Canada (6-6-3, 1-1-1) remained right there with the Wildcats in the league title race.
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