St. Lucy’s defeats La Salle in five game

PASADENA It is all about finishing touches. St. Lucy’s Priory High School was able to get those final touches and host La Salle just could not quite get there in a nonleague rivalry matchup on Tuesday night.

The Regents (3-0) rallied to defeat the Lancers (5-5) in five games, the final game extended to 18-16.

“We all just know what we’re capable of doing and it’s much better,” St. Lucy’s senior Loryn Carter said of finishing. “We wanted to prove to ourselves to set the tone for the future. Hopefully we can clean it up.

“I had faith in us. I have seen us do it before.”

Carter had seven of her match-high 21 kills in the fifth game and managed to re-enter the match at just the right time in the rotation with it tied at 15. She had two more kills and a Lancers kill attempt on the final point went into the net to give the Regents a 16-25, 24-26, 25-20, 25-19, 18-6 victory.

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Tuesday Recap: Serena Gray had 12 kills to lead Temple City to sweep Rosemead

If you have any scores or stats from any local high school sporting events call them into the desk at 626-544-0992 or 0991 or scores@SGVN

Girls volleyball
Temple City 3, Rosemead 0 — Serena Gray had 12 kills for the Rams (1-2) in a 25-18, 25-21, 25-23 nonleague win.
Maranatha 3, Pasadena 0 — Kendall Scmedes had 11 kills, Mikaela Ashworth had eight kills and Nicole Rodriguez had 23 digs for the Minutemen (4-4) in a 25-16, 25-17, 25-14 nonleague victory.
Boys water polo
Arcadia 17, Alhambra 3 — Goalie Sebastian Petcu had 11 saves and Royal Gong had five goals to lead the Apaches (3-1) to the nonleague win. Matthew Garcia and Thomas Gao both had three goals for Arcadia.

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SGV girls volleyball poll


The top 10 teams in the San Gabriel Valley and Whittier area:

1. Flintridge Sacred Heat (1-0) Durango tourney this weekend (Last poll: No. 1)
2. St. Lucy’s (2-0) Plays at La Salle tonight (4)
3. Mayfield (4-0) Given up only two games (5)
4. La Serna (2-0) Needed five to beat Valley Christian (3)
5. Whittier Christian (5-0) Big match at St. Paul tonight (10)
6. San Gabriel (3-0) Won Pasadena Poly tourney (unranked)
7. Duarte (6-1), Big win in Gladstone tourney (unranked)
8. St. Paul (6-1) Lone loss to Duarte (8)
9. Bonita (10-5) Won silver title at Mohr tourney (6)
10. La Salle (5-4) Up and down start (2)
Others: Glendora (3-2)(7), Arcadia (0-1)(9), Monrovia (5-3), Gabrielino (7-4), Gladstone (6-2), Diamond Ranch (7-2), Westridge (1-1), West Covina (6-3), South Pasadena (2-1), La Habra (3-2).

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Monday Recap: Alhambra girls tennis so close to shutting out Rosemead, win 17-1

Girls tennis
Alhambra 17, Rosemead 1 — Tiffany Chan and Karenna Yang swept in singles and the teams of May Win and Martina Chan and Nguwar Khane and Shannon Kha swept in doubles to lead the Moors (3-1) to the nonleague win.
Maranatha 12, Azusa 6 — Hailey McNall, Angela Hsieh and Natalie Orphali swept in singles to lead the Minutemen (3-2) to the nonleague victory. The team of Natalie Yee and Sarah Rutzen swept in doubles for Maranatha.
Arcadia 16, Ayala 2 — Anna Qiu and Angel Pan swept in singles for the Apaches in a nonleague victory.

Boys water polo
Arcadia 12, Keppel 1 — Blake Jauregui had five goals, Matthew Garcia had three goals and goalie Sebastian Petcu had 10 saves to lead the Apaches (2-1) to the nonleague win.

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