Tuesday Recap: Maranatha girls volleyball sweep for nonleague win

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Girls volleyball
Maranatha 3, St. Pius X-St. Matthias Academy 0 — Tiffany Godley had eight aces and 11 digs for the Minutemen (9-2) in a 25-6, 25-16, 25-13 nonleague win.

Girls tennis
Arcadia 18, Pasadena 0 — The team of Angel Pan and Sydney Tran swept in doubles for the Apaches (9-0, 4-0) in a Pacific League victory.
La Salle 9, Bishop Amat 9 (71-60) — Abby Siracusa and Cameron Agapito swept in singles for La Salle (5-4, 3-1) in a Del Rey League match.
Maranatha 15, Heritage Christian 3 — Angela Hsieh, Malena Smith and Aria Haver-Hill swept in singles for the Minutemen (2-3) in an Olympic League opener. The teams of Madelyn Hernandez-Michelle Wilkins and Rose Zhang-Reagan Atallah won two in doubles for Maranatha.

Boys water polo
Arcadia 27, Bell Gardens 2 — Matthew Garcia and Samuel Wiggins both scored five goals for the Apaches (9-2) in a nonleague win. Matthew Gao, Kyle Woo, Ryan Bailey, Ethan Cooner and Serop Kelkelian each scored twice for Arcadia.

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SGVN volleyball Top 25

Flintridge Sacred Academy, off its division title in the highly regarded Durango tournament in Las Vegas, moves into the top spot in the San Gabriel Valley Newspaper’s volleyball poll. Glendora also moves up.
1. Flintridge Sacred Heart (10-2)

Won Durango Tournament Competition division (2)

2. St. Paul (18-1)

Undefeated streak ends in Whittier tournament title game (1)

3. Glendora (8-2)

Four consecutive 3-0 victories (5)

4. Westridge (9-1)

Went 4-1 in Mayfair tournament (3)

5. La Salle (12-7)

Reached final of Durango tourney Challenger Division (6)

6. Arcadia (5-0)

Lost only one set this season (7)

7. Gladstone (11-2)

Won Diamond Rancho tourney (4)

8. Gabrielino (11-3)

Eight consecutive victories (8)

9. Monrovia (8-3)

Beat St. Joseph’s in five (11)

10. Bonita (8-4)

Faces Ayala in league opener (10)

Also:

11. Bishop Amat (10-5)(12)

12. St. Lucy’s (7-6)(9)

13. Temple City (8-3)(16)

14. Maranatha (8-2)(14)

15. Mayfield (5-4-1)(13)

16. Schurr (8-1)(23)

17. Pasadena Poly (6-4)(15)

18. Northview (10-6)(17)

19. El Rancho (13-5)(18)

20. El Monte (9-4)(19)

21. Los Altos (6-5)(21)

22. South Hills (9-3)(22)

23.San Dimas (5-4)(unranked)

24. La Habra (5-3)(unranked)

25. Sonora (10-6)(unranked)

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Thursday Recap: Matthew Garcia and Samuel Wiggins lead Arcadia water polo to victory

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Boys water polo
Arcadia 13, Charter Oak 7 — Matthew Garcia and Samuel Wiggins both scored four goals, Aramis Kelkelyan scored three goals, and goalie Sebastian Petcu recorded 10 saves for the visiting Apaches (5-1) in a nonleague game. Ian Cory and Caleb Rosa both scored three goals and goalie Jake Paddon had six saves for Charter Oak.

Girls tennis
Arcadia 16, Crescenta Valley 2 — The teams of Angel Pan and Sydney Tran and Aubrie Weissbuch and Francesca Yao swept in doubles to lead the Apaches (7-0, 3-0) to a Pacific League victory.

Girls golf
La Salle 271, Milken 345 — Makenna Hicks shot a 42 to lead the Lancers (2-6) to the nonleague win at Woodley Golf Course.

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Wednesday Recap: Gabrielino volleyball wins league opener

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Girls volleyball
Gabrielino 3, Rosemead 0 — Leslie Rivera had seven kills for the Eagles’ 25-9, 25-9, 25-9 Mission Valley League opener. Gabrielino is 10-3.

Girls tennis
Alhambra 10, Temple City 8 — Justine Dondonay swept in singles and the team of Samantha Jones and Jessica Guanzon swept in doubles for the Moors (7-0) in a nonleague match. The team of Amy Kim and Sandy Jiang won two in doubles for Alhambra. It was the Rams’ first loss of the season.

Boys water polo
Schurr 17, Pasadena 9 — Juan Mena scored six goals and Isaac Bello and De’Unta Ferguson both scored four goals to lead the Spartans (1-0) to a nonleague win. Caleb Vance scored five goals, Ismar Sarac scored twice and goalie Isaac Child had five saves for Pasadena (1-2).

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