Sports Roundup: Providence volleyball sweeps Faith Baptist

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Providence d. Faith Baptist, 25-17, 25-16, 25-16: Talia Patterson had 11 kills and Justine Nunez had 23 assists and five aces in the Pioneers’ nonleague win Tuesday at home.

The win improved Providence, ranked No. 5 in CIF Southern Section Division VIII, to 7-3.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

Burbank 16, Hoover 2: The Bulldogs won all nine singles sets in the Pacific League victory Tuesday afternoon at home.

Kristine Kirakosyan, Alice Avedikian and Johana Farah swept their three singles sets for Burbank (2-1 overall and in league).

Canoga Park Armmenian Benevolant Union 12, Providence 6: The Pioneers (1-1) fell in the nonleague match Tuesday afternoon at the Burbank Tennis Center.

BOYS’ WATER POLO

Monrovia 14, Burroughs 11: The Indians slipped to 6-6 with the nonleague loss Tuesday afternoon at home.

GIRLS’ CROSS-COUNTRY

Burbank in Rosemead Invitational: The Bulldogs ran to top-seven finishes in three of four races Saturday at Rosemead Park.

Burbank won the freshman race with 74 points, led by a seventh-place effort from Elin Markarian (21 minutes, 6.6 seconds). The Bulldogs were second in the sophomore race with 74 points, led by a second-place showing from Sol Fernandez (18:57.4) and were second in the junior race with 88 points. Burbank didn’t have enough runners to score in the senior race, but Noemi Apreza finished fifth (19:08.1).

BOYS’ CROSS-COUNTRY

Burbank in Rosemead Invitational: Behind Victor Goli (third; 16 minutes, 4.2 seconds) and Dayne Ellis (fifth; 16:17.2), the Bulldogs placed second in the sophomore race Saturday at Rosemead Park.

Burbank placed fifth in the freshman race with 165 points, led by Andres Leon, who won in 17:04.4.

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