Saturday Recap: St. Lucy’s CIF repeat comes up short, La Puente falls; Damien advances in boys water polo

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
DIVISION 1A

St. Lucy’s falls: Playing only its second five-game match of the season, top-seeded St. Lucy’s suffered a 16-25, 27-25, 15-25, 25-18, 15-12 loss to No. 8 seed El Dorado in a CIF-Southern Section Division 1A quarterfinal match Saturday night.
Division 4A
La Puente’s season ends in five: St. Anthony advanced to the semifinals with a 21-25, 25-18, 25-16, 21-25, 15-9 win Saturday night over La Puente at St. Anthony High.

BOYS WATER POLO QUARTERFINALS
DIVISION 2
DAMIEN 6, FOOTHILL 5

Trevor Adkins, Travis Carnochan and Stephen Osterberg scored two goals apiece as Damien High School held off fourth-seeded Foothill of Santa Ana, 6-5, in a CIF-Southern Section Division 2 quarterfinal game at Pomona College on Saturday. Kyle Garwick made 14 saves for Damien.
DIVISION 3
GLENDALE 11, LOS ALTOS 6

The Los Altos High School water polo team had trouble stopping Arman Momdzhyan and David Sarkisian. The pair led top-seeded Glendale to an 11-6 victory over the Conquerors in the CIF-SS Division 3 quarterfinals on Saturday in Burbank. Momdzhyan had seven goals and Sarkisian had 13 saves.
DIVISION 5
PASADENA POLY 20, WALNUT 9

Pasadena Poly moved one step closer to earning a third consecutive shot at a CIF-SS Division 5 title with a 20-9 victory over visiting Walnut in a quarterfinal match. Scott Dillman scored six Walnut goals.

CROSS COUNTRY PRELIMS: No. 1 girls team in Division 3, Bonita, acted like it Saturday by landing three in the top five and all five runners in the top nine of its heat to qualify with ease. Junior Mackenzie Landa won the race by 17 seconds with a time of 18:08 while teammates Marissa Scott and Kailyn Scott finished third and fifth, respectively.

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  • GrimReaper

    Hey Fred

    Got a question in regards to the San Dimas San Marino Game.

    Looking at the San Dimas cal preps records and opponents, I saw Bonita, which I think you have commented upon in the past, played San Dimas and beat them in the early season.

    The point I bring that up is that Bonita has a 18 Cal Preps rating, which is more or less in the same neighborhood as San Marino. I am not sure if you have gone to a SM game, but I would like your comments on the comparison of Bontia to SM … as a lead up to SM SD. As both SM and SD played to similar outcome against Monrovia.. I was looking to see what Bonita might offer, as they beat SD and have a similar cal prep rate as SM’s 23 rating..

    Would you think Bonita would still beat SD, or was it a fluke of the early season. or is it a bunch of apples and oranges based on the Bonita team attributes.

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