Wednesday Recap: La Canada girls basketball don’t mess around defeat Blair 73-11

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Girls basketball
La Canada 73, Blair 11 — Alexi Nazarian scored 13 points and had six rebounds, Tess Oakley-Stilson added 10 points and Claire Murray had six points and eight rebounds for the Spartans (18-2, 5-0) in a Rio Hondo League contest. Dejah Rice had 10 points for Blair (3-10, 0-5).
Pasadena Poly 51, Firebaugh 32 — Sarah Johnson had 30 points and five steals, Kristin Toyota scored 11 points and Ali Medina added eight points for the Panthers (4-10, 2-5) in a Prep League game.

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Tuesday Recap: Lauren Sargent and Katie Nigolian each scored three goals to lead Arcadia GWP to victory

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Girls water polo
Arcadia 9, Glendale 8 — Lauren Sargent and Katie Nigolian each scored three goals and goalie Loreny Valdez had 11 saves for the Apaches (9-6, 3-1) in a Pacific League win. Arcadia’s Colleen Cook scored twice and Lucy Zhang scored a goal.

Girls basketball
Keppel 68, Alhambra 33 — Sophia Song had 24 points, five rebounds and six steals for the Aztecs (14-7, 5-0) in an Almont League contest. Erika Sato scored eight points and Alyssa Lee added seven points for Keppel.

Boys basketball
Flintridge Prep 65, Rio Hondo Prep 47 — Dante Fregoso scored 23 points, Andrew Tsangeos added 13 points and Jake Althouse had eight points to lead the Rebels (14-4, 6-0) to the Prep League victory.
Maranatha 72, Heritage Christian 55 — Terrance Lang scored 23 points and Trevor Stanback added 21 points for the Minutemen (9-9, 3-1) in an Olympic League contest. Tyler Goodlow had 12 points and Zachary Smalley had five rebounds, four assists and four steals for Maranatha.

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Unbeaten San Marino girls soccer still ranked No. 1

Undefeated San Marino High School remained No. 1 in the west San Gabriel Valley, although the Titans played Monrovia to a 1-1 tie.
1. San Marino (9-0-5)
Will play second-place South Pasadena Friday (1)
2. Arcadia (10-3)
One back of Crescenta Valley after first round of league play (3)
3. Flintridge Prep (10-1-5)
Six consecutive victories (4)
4. Pasadena Poly (13-2-2)
Flintridge Prep showdown Friday (5)
5. Flintridge Sacred Heart (9-4-2)
Needs quick Mission League turnaround (2)
6. Maranatha (8-5-2)
Valley Christian still has Minutemen’s number (6)
7. Gabrielino (9-2)
Perfect start in Mission Valley League (9)
8. South Pasadena (5-5-1)
Lone Rio Hondo League loss to San Marino (unranked)
9. Mayfield (6-5-1)
Barely hanging on in third in Prep League (8)
10. Duarte (6-5-1)
Making run at Montiew League title (unranked)

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Pasadena boys soccer team remains in top spot

Pasadena High School remains atop the Pacific League standings and the west San Gabriel Valley poll despite a loss to Hoover last week. The Bulldogs can take big advantage in the league race with a win vs. Burroughs on Friday.

1. Pasadena (10-1-2)
Rebounded from loss to Hoover with 1-0 win over Muir (1)
2. Monrovia (13-4-5)
Wildcats haven’t lost in more than month (3)
3. La Canada (6-4-5)
Played Monrovia to 1-1 tie (4)
4. Pasadena Poly (9-4-1)
Rematch vs. Firebaugh on Wednesday (2)
5. Flintridge Prep (7-2-2)
Lost first Prep League game to Firebaugh (5)
6. Maranatha (8-6-2)
Played Flintridge Prep to 1-1 tie (6)
7. Muir (8-5-2)
Third place in Pacific League (8)
8. St. Francis (4-7-4)
In third place in tough Mission League
9. Marshall (9-6-2)
In third-place tie in Mission Valley (10)
10. Temple City (7-7)
Third-place showdown vs. San Marino Wednesday (unranked)

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