Westridge 45, Mayfield 35: Junior forward Carmen Costa led the Tigers with 13 points, 16 rebounds and three blocks as Westridge picked up a Prep League home victory against its archrival Tuesday afternoon.
Erin Golden added 12 points and three steals and center Courtney Sloan contributed seven points, 14 rebounds and four blocks for the Tigers (7-2, 4-1).
Megan Villar paced Mayfield (4-6, 1-3) with 15 points and two steals, while junior Melissa Venegas added 10 points and four steals.
Maranatha 46, Valley Christian 32: The Minutemen opened Olympic League play with a home victory Tuesday afternoon.
Kei Lani Ando led the Minutemen (5-12, 1-0) with a game-high 15 points.
Burbank 51, Pasadena 35: Pasadena fell in the battle of the Bulldogs Monday afternoon at home.
Senior guard Dariel Johnson led Pasadena (3-8, 1-1) with 13 points, 10 rebounds, five steals and five assists, while senior guard Kristina Tatikian added 13 points and four rebounds.
South Pasadena 43, Flintridge Prep 40: The Tigers continued their winning ways in picking up a nonleague road victory Monday afternoon.
With the triumph, South Pasadena (12-3) moves on to the start of Rio Hondo League play Wednesday afternoon at Temple City.
Pasadena Poly 4, Rio Hondo Prep 1: Ali Kamal led the way for the Panthers in a Prep League road victory Tuesday afternoon.
Midfielders J.P. Olinski and Dylan Hanel each added a goal for Poly (6-6-1, 1-0), which received two assists from Sklyer McLean, one assist from Vince Porter and two saves from goalie Brian Ward.
Mayfield Senior 1, Webb 0: A new year was accompanied by a victory for the host Cubs in Prep League action Tuesday afternoon.
Freshman forward Emily Serhan scored inside the 18 off a redirected free kick from Danielle Yao in the 75th minute to secure the victory for the Cubs (5-3-1, 2-1). Mayfield goalie Marissa Valenzuela finished with six saves.
Marshall Fundamental 5, Archer 0: Five Eagles scored as Marshall opened up Delphic League play with a convincing home victory Tuesday afternoon.
Quetzali Del Villar, Jordan Snowden (one assist), Sofia Robles, Angie Marin and Brittany Gutierrez all scored as Marshall improved to 9-3-2, 1-0.