Girls water polo pairings

All games, 5 p.m.
Tuesday’s wild-card games

Division 3
La Habra (15-13, Freeway 3) at Rancho Cucamonga (18-11, Baseline 2)

Division 4
Westlake (15-13, Marmonte 3) at Charter Oak (10-10, Hacienda 2)
Mayfield (15-9, Prep 3) at Newbury Park ()
No. 2 South Pasadena (16-9, Rio Hondo 3) at Temescal Canyon (15-10, Sunbelt 2)

Division 5
Flintridge Sacred Heart (14-14, Mission 4) at San Dimas (15-13, Valle Vista 2)

Tuesday’s first round

Division 7
La Puente (4-8, Montview 2) at No. 1 Santa Ynez (16-10, Los Padres 2)
West Valley (11-11, Mountain Pass 3) at Sierra Vista (7-7, Montview 2)
Whittier (17-9, Del Rio 3) at No. 4 Keppel (8-6, Almont 2)
La Mirada (13-11, freelance) at No. 3 Chaffey (22-5, Mt. Baldy1)
Santa Fe (20-6, Del Rio No. 4) at Pomona Catholic (12-11, Montview 1)
Summit (8-8, San Andreas 3) at No. 2 Diamond Bar (22-7, Palomares 3)

Wednesday’s first round

Division 3

La Habra (15-13)/Rancho Cucamonga (18-11) winner at Rio Mesa (19-7, Pacific View 1)
Los Altos (18-10, Hacienda 1) at Harvard Westlake (16-8, Mission 1)
Westridge (19-7, Prep 1) at Warren (13-9, San Gabriel Valley 1)
La Serna (16-12, Del Rio 1) at Long Beach Wilson (14-15, Moore 1)

Division 5
Cypress (8-12)/Moorpark (12-15) winner at No. 1 Pasadena Poly (20-5, Prep 1)
Flintridge Sacred Heart (14-14) at San Dimas (15-13) winner at No. 4 Santa Ana Valley (22-7, Orange 1)

Thursday’s first round

Division 2
Dana Hills (16-13, South Coast 3) vs. La Canada (20-8, Rio Hondo 1) at Pasadena City College
Bonita (23-6, Palomares 1) at No. 4 Schurr (27-2, Almont 1)
Temple City (23-5, Rio Hondo 2) at Arroyo Grande (18-6, Pac8 1)

Division 4
Westlake (15-13)/Charter Oak (10-10) winner at No. 4 Claremont (17-7, Palomares 2)
Mayfield (15-9)/Newbury Park winner at Laguna Hills (11-0, Sea View 1)

No. 2 South Pasadena (16-9)/Temescal Canyon (15-10) winner at California (18-8, Del Rio 2)

Division 6
Walnut (12-12, Hacienda 3) at Alta Loma (17-9, Mt. Baldy1)
Wilson (13-15, Valle Vista 2) at Downey (14-9, San Gabriel Valley 2)
Arcadia (17-8, Pacific 2) at Costa Mesa (14-11, Orange Coast 2)

Division 7 second round: Thursday
Quarterfinals: Feb. 18
Semifinals: Feb 22
Finals at Irvine HS: Feb. 25

 

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Friday Recap: Duarte girls basketball clinch the Montview League title

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Girls basketball
Duarte 66, Gladstone 30 — Patricia Morris scored 29 points and had 15 rebound and six blocks and Delaney Thompson added 15 points for the Falcons (25-4, 10-0), who clinched the Montview League title.
Rowland 87, Wilson 28 — Tianna Eaton scored 30 points, Farrah Castillo added 20 and Kaylin Ngo had 14 for the Raiders (24-1, 10-0), who won the Valle Vista League title Thursday. Miya Yi had 12 points for the Wildcats.

Boys basketball
West Covina 77, Los Altos 68 — Nick Hart scored 30 points and had 12 rebounds, Darian Nickols had 20 points and 10 rebounds and Adrian Perez added 15 points for the Bulldogs (15-12, 5-5) in a Hacienda League win Thursday.

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Thursday Recap: Bonita girls win thriller to close out Palomares; San Dimas boys go undefeated in Valle Vista

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Girls basketball
Bonita girls win thriller to capture Palomares title: Bonita stormed back from an 11-point fourth-quarter deficit to knock off Diamond Bar 43-42 Thursday night and clinch its first Palomares League girls basketball championship.
The win guarantees the Bearcats (18-8, 8-2) a first-round home game next week in the CIF-Southern Section Division 2AA playoffs.Freshman Tiffany Hall hit a free throw with 46.5 seconds left in the game that proved to be the difference. She hit both free throws but the second was waved off because of a lane infraction.
“Tiffany came in and hit some free throws,” Bearcats coach Darren Baumunk said. “She also played some defense and did a good job in the game.”

Glendora 65, Claremont 43 — Karlee Fink scored 19 points, Michelle Can had 17 and Kyra Zovak had 11 for the Tartans (22-5, 7-3) in a Palomares League win.

Boys basketball
Damien finishes regular season with victory over Etiwanda: Damien High coach Mike LeDuc kept it pretty basic Thursday night when asked about a pair of key runs that propelled his Spartans to a 73-60 victory over Etiwanda in a Baseline League boys basketball finale.
“These things aren’t complicated,” LeDuc said, smiling. “You have to play defense, make some good stops, rebound the ball and make your shots.”
Damien has done all of that and more this season. The second-place Spartans put a nice finishing touch on their regular season Thursday, using an 11-0 run to open the second quarter and a 9-0 stretch finishing off the third quarter to take out Etiwanda and improve their record to 25-3 overall and 8-2 in Baseline play.

Chino Hills finishes Baseline undefeated: It has been a whirlwind few days for the Chino Hills basketball team and sophomore point guard LaMelo Ball in particular.
Since scoring 92 points in Tuesday’s game, he has appeared everywhere from local television and radio news media to Good Morning America and ABC World News Tonight.
It hasn’t distracted him from his performance or the team’s as the Huskies wrapped up the regular season with a 105-70 Baseline League victory over host Rancho Cucamonga on Thursday night.

San Dimas 64, Covina 57 — Andrew Sanchez scored 19 points and Abbas Darwiche had 13 points and 20 rebounds for the Saints (19-8, 10-0) in a Valle Vista League victory.
Diamond Ranch 66, Chino 45 — Coree Joseph had 15 points for the Panthers (5-20, 2-8) in a Hacienda League win.
Rowland 63, Wilson 50 — Jarbas Faria scored 19 points, Curtis Hong had 16, Dameon Thomas had 12 and Phillip Aguiniga scored 10 for the Raiders (18-8, 8-2) in a Valle Vista League game. Ethan Sims had 20 points and 11 rebounds for the Wildcats.
Bishop Amat 49, La Salle 47 — Jonathan Aguirre scored 18 points and had 13 rebounds for Bishop Amat (20-6, 7-3), which won the Camino Real League game Wednesday. Darius Henderson had 23 points and 16 rebounds for La Salle (17-10, 7-3). Bishop Amat and La Salle finished tied for second place.
Boys soccer
Damien 1, Etiwanda 0 — Corey Valdivia scored the winning goal for the visiting Spartans (10-8-1, 6-4) in a Baseline League win.
Girls soccer
Rowland 3, Wilson 0 — Goalie Viktoria Kozak had her sixth shutout of the season, Melanie Romero scored twice and Ruby Fernandez scored for the Raiders, who finished second in the Valle Vista League.
West Covina 2, Los Altos 1, OT — Lauren Sanchez and Serina Vargas each scored for the Bulldogs (12-2-10, 7-0-3), who clinched the Hacienda League title Wednesday.
South Hills 2, Ayala 0 — Goalie Amanda Vallado had two saves for a shutout and Sage Robledo and Madison Warren each scored for the Huskies (13-8-1, 7-3) in a Palomares League win Wednesday. Robledo also had an assist.
Charter Oak 1, Walnut 0 — Andrea Jaimes scored for the Chargers (12-9-1) in a Hacienda League match Wednesday.

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Wednesday Recap: Gabrielino girls basketball defeat Mountain View, Amanda Lee scored 22 points

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Girls basketball
Gabrielino 74, Mountain View 19 — Amanda Lee scored 22 points, Megan Tran had 15 and Jennyfer Morales had 14 for the Eagles (16-8, 11-1) for the Mission Valley League champions.
Rosemead 31, Arroyo 27 — Amy Ung scored nine points, Kathleen Phan had seven and Krystal Espinoza had 12 rebounds for the Panthers (15-10, 8-3), who finished second in the Mission Valley League. Kailey Thai had 12 points for Arroyo (13-13, 7-4).
Wilson 41, Northview 35 — Parvene Barimani scored 10 points and had five rebounds and Calley Wu had 10 rebounds for the Wildcats in a Valle Vista League game Tuesday.
Bassett 52, Edgewood 39 — Kassandra Aguilar had 21 points and Brianna Gomez had eight points for the Olympians in a Miramonte League win Tuesday.

Boys basketball
Wilson 65, Northview 50 — Ethan Sims scored 26 points and had 11 rebounds for the Wildcats (10-3, 4-4) in a Valle Vista League win Tuesday.

Girls soccer
Diamond Bar 5, Bonita 2 — Kayla Pak scored three goals and Reena Kang scored twice for the Brahmas (3-6-1, 6-12-4) in a Palomares League win. Also for Diamond Bar, Valerie Swisher had two assists and goalie Samantha Blazek had five saves.

Boys soccer
Nogales 2, Sierra Vista 1, 2 OT — Gabriel Castillo scored twice and Jonathan Ortiz had two assists for the Nobles, who clinched the Montview League title Tuesday.

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Glendora settles for 0-0 tie with Claremont to share Palomares girls soccer title


It was fitting that Glendora and Claremont’s girls soccer teams posed together for pictures following Wednesday’s 0-0 tie that resulted in a share of the Palomares League title, because both teams shared chances and opportunities that just wouldn’t fall.
For Claremont (18-4-1, 9-1), the tie had extra meaning, because the Wolfpack, ranked fourth in CIF Southern Section Division 3, will head to the playoffs as the league’s top team by virtue of beating Glendora 4-1 in its prior encounter to earn the head-to-head nod over the Tartans (17-5-1, 9-1), ranked seventh in Division 3.“It was a good game by two good teams,” Claremont coach Tim Tracey said. “We knew we were going to have our hands full with Glendora. But we also knew what leaving here with a tie meant. It’s always nice to go the playoffs as the top team.”

Glendora obviously wanted to come away with the victory, but first-year coach Steve Jimenez talked about the positives that his team can build on.
“Welcome to the Palomares league,” Jimenez explained. “Every game in this league is a battle. We wanted the league title by ourselves but at the end of the day, this is the first girls soccer title in Glendora history, so we’ll build on this and take this momentum to the playoffs.”
Claremont forced the pace early and nearly took the lead in the 30th minute on a goal that was called back on offside.
A few minutes later, forward Lexi Deahl got around Glendora goalkeeper Sarah Reyes in the 35th minute, but her open netter floated over the crossbar.
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Glendora was also fortunate to escape two tackles in the box in the final moments of the half that easily could have resulted in Claremont penalty kicks.
But Glendora had its chances in the first half too, particularly on set pieces, but it couldn’t put shots on frame or get on the end of crosses and corners.
Reyes saved Glendora in the early minutes of the second half, turning away two point-blank shots from Claremont’s Mackenzie Boulware. It was a spark that allowed Glendora to regain some momentum.
“I’ve always said bigtime players come up in big games,” Jimenez said. “She made some big saves that kept the game at zero, that’s all you can ask from your (goalkeeper).”
Glendora’s two bigtime strikers, Texas Tech-bound Alexis Rushlow and Washington State signee Hanna Goff, had a few chances, but not enough.
A lot of credit goes to Wolfpack central defender Hope Hyland and her outside backs for doing their best to contain the Tartans’ duo.
“It’s always really tough playing Glendora, they have Rushlow, Goff and all these good players,” Hyland said. “It’s good we tied, but I wish we would have won.”
In the two overtimes, Claremont hit the post and Rushlow nearly broke free in the final minute to win it.

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Tuesday Recap: LaMelo Ball scores 92 points for Chino Hills boys basketball win

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Boys basketball
CHINO HILLS 146, LOS OSOS 120 — LaMelo Ball scored 92 points for the Huskies in the Baseline League victory. The sophomore point guard was 37 for 61 from the field, including 7 of 22 from the 3-point line and 11 of 14 at the foul line. He even added seven assists.
Eli Scott scored 29 points with 17 rebounds and 14 assists. It was the Huskies’ first time back on the court after the team had its 60-game win streak snapped at the Nike Extravaganza by Oak Hill Academy of Virginia on Saturday .
San Dimas 66, Baldwin Park 37 — Ronny Rafeh had 16 points and seven rebounds, Spencer Bandow had 10 points and Donnell Leffridge and Andrew Sanchez each had nine points and seven assists for the Saints, who won the Valle Vista League title. Eric Carbajal had nine points for Baldwin Park.
Damien 65, Rancho Cucamonga 59 — Cam Shelton had 32 points, 16 rebounds and five assists, and Zeke Alley added 14 points for the Spartans (24-3, 7-2) in a Baseline League victory.
Rowland 63, Covina 42 — Phillip Aguiniga had 28 points, seven rebounds and six assists, and Jarbas Faria added 12 points for the Raiders (17-8, 7-2) in a Valle Vista League win.
Walnut 58, Diamond Ranch 37 — Michael Miller Jr had 15 points for the Panthers (4-20, 1-8) in a Hacienda League loss.
Edgewood 56, Bassett 55 — The Lions scored 25 points in the fourth quarter to defeat the Olympians in a Miramonte League game. Daniel Felix had 21 points and Niko Yamamoto had 14 points for Edgewood (19-5, 6-4).
Chino 78, West Covina 70 — Nick Hart had 40 points and Darian Nickols added 20 for the Bulldogs in a Hacienda League loss.
Bishop Amat 50, St. Monica 36 — Gjerard Wilson scored 13 points and Jonathan Aguirre added 12 points and had 15 rebounds for the Lancers (19-6, 6-3) in a Camino Real League game.

Girls basketball
Ayala 62, Glendora 59 — Michelle Can scored 16 points, Sarah Zweerink added 15, Kyra Zovak had 13 and Alex Lowden had 12 for the Tartans (21-5, 6-3) in a Palomares League loss. Glendora will host Claremont at 5 p.m. on Thursday.

Boys soccer
Chino 2, West Covina 1 — Oscar Velez scored for the Bulldogs in a Hacienda League loss.
Diamond Ranch 1, Walnut 0 — Anthony Vargas scored a goal for the Panthers in a Hacienda League win.

Girls soccer
Garey 0, Ganesha 0 — The Vikings moved to 8-6-4, 6-1-2 in the Miramonte League tie. Garey will host La Puente on at 5 p.m. on Thursday.
Charter Oak 1, Los Altos 0 — Bria Salazar scored with an assist from Andrea Jaimes for the Chargers (11-9-1) in a Hacienda League win on Monday.
Pomona Catholic 6, St. Mary’s 2 — Freshman Kendra Vasquez scored three goals and Kayla Vasquez, Brooke Burciaga and Jessica Ruiz each scored for the visiting Pacers (12-11-1, 6-2) in a Camino Real League win on Monday. Pomona Catholic will play today at Bishop Amat.
West Covina 1, Chino 0 — Vanessa Benitez scored for the Bulldogs in a Hacienda League win on Monday.

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Boys Basketball Rankings: Damien and Los Altos have been 1-2 all season


Boys Basketball Rankings
1. Damien (23-3)
— Has beaten everyone it’s supposed to beat.
2. Los Altos (20-4) — Tough schedule has prepared it for the playoffs.
3. Bonita (17-6) — Clings to one game lead in Palomares with two left.
4. Walnut (18-7) — Was swept by Los Altos in Hacienda.
5. San Dimas (17-8) — Two wins from perfect 10-0 in Valle Vista.
6. Workman (19-5) — Will it finally go on a deep playoff run?
7. Bishop Amat (18-6) — Better than expected season.
8. Rowland (16-8) — Battles Covina for second on Tuesday.
9. Charter Oak (14-10) — Tied with West Covina for third in Hacienda.
10. Glendora (14-11) — Is only 3-5 in Palomares.



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