Tuesday Recap: Terrance Lang had 25 points but it wasn’t enough for Maranatha boys basketball

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Boys basketball
Village Christian 67, Maranatha 64 — Terrance Lang had 25 points and eight rebounds and Trevor Stanback had 15 points and six rebounds for the Minutemen (6-9, 0-1) in an Olympic League loss.

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Tuesday Recap: Arcadia girls water polo unable to win league opener

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Girls water polo
Crescenta Valley 18, Arcadia 5 — Goalie Loreny Valdez had 12 saves and Katie Nigolian had three goals for the Apaches (6-6, 0-1) in a Pacific League loss. Lauren Sargent and Colleen Cook each scored a goal for Arcadia.

Girls basketball
Keppel 79, Montebello 21 — Sophia Song had 22 points, 11 rebounds and nine steals and Erika Sato had 10 points and six rebounds for the Aztecs (10-7, 1-0) in an Almont League victory. Katie Kuang had 10 points for Keppel. Montebello’s Kyannie Brown had six points.

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San Marino tops girls soccer poll

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Maranatha’s CIF State championship team from last year

San Marino High School has outscored opponents 27-7 en route to an unbeaten start.

1. San Marino (5-0-3)
League tune-ups vs. Northview, Valencia this week
2. Flintridge Sacred Heart (7-1-2)
4-0-2 since loss to Flintridge Prep
3. Arcadia (5-1)
Lone loss was to FSHA
4. Flintridge Prep (5-1-5)
Opens Prep League play Friday vs. Westridge
5. Pasadena Poly (10-2-2)
Three-game winning streak
6. Maranatha (6-4-2)
Will play host to FSHA on Wednesday
7. La Canada (6-3-3)
1-2-1 in Hart tournament
8. Mayfield (5-2-1)
On four-game winning streak
9. Gabrielino (3-2)
Opens MVL play vs. Marshall Tuesday
10. Alhambra (8-3)
Will play Temple City Thursday

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Pasadena tops boys soccer poll

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Last year’s CIF-SS championship game between Monrovia and South Pasadena

Pasadena High School, fresh off its best season in school history, is not letting up. The Bulldogs, who went 19-2-3 and lost in the CIF-SS Division 3 semifinals, are off to another hot start.
They tied Monrovia, 1-1, and are undefeated in Pacific League play entering Tuesday’s game against Glendale.

1. Pasadena (6-0-1)
1-1 tie vs. Monrovia only hiccup
2. Pasadena Poly (7-3-1)
Lost in finals of Ontario Christian tournament
3. Monrovia (8-4-4)
Tough going in Sierra Vista tournament
4. La Canada (3-4-3)
Played tough in second loss of season to Valencia
5. Flintridge Prep (4-1-1)
Might be rusty in nonleague game vs. Milken Wednesday
6. Maranatha (7-4)
Went 4-1 in Bosco Tech tournament
7. South Pasadena (2-4)
Began season with three defeats
8. Muir (5-3-1)
Only loss and tie since beginning year 0-2
9. St. Francis (2-4-1)
0-4-1 since Dec. 4
10. Marshall (6-4-1)
Begins league vs. Gabrielino, Rosemead this week

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Wednesday Recap: Dante Fregoso had 11 points and 11 rebounds but it wasn’t enough for Flintridge Prep boys basketball

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Boys basketball
Royal 55, Flintridge Prep 48 — Dante Fregoso had 11 points, 11 rebounds and five assists for the Rebels (10-5) in a Santa Barbara Tournament loss.
Maranatha 53, Loyola 44 — Sean Romero had 13 points, Trevor Stanback added 11 points and Odera Nwobi had 10 points for the Minutemen (6-6) in the final round of the D1Bound Southern California Classic.

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