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News-Press Sports Roundup: Flintridge Prep girls’ soccer gets by Temple City

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Flintridge Prep 2, Temple City 1: Kylie Oh and Melanie Ng each scored one goal Thursday to propel Flintridge Prep to a pool-play win in the Duarte Tournament.

Crescenta Valley 1, West Ranch 1: Julianna Cheney scored a goal off an assist from Dana Ryan to help the host Falcons earn a nonleague tie Thursday.

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 3, Marlborough 2: The visiting Tologs began their season Wednesday with a nonleague victory.

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BOYS’ SOCCER

Providence 1, Glendale 1: Host Glendale (1-0-1) played to a nonleague tie Thursday.

Flintridge Prep 1, La Cañada 1: The visiting Rebels finished in a nonleague draw Wednesday.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

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St. Francis 64, Oak Ridge 45: Andre Henry registered 16 points and Kai Glassen added 15 on Thursday to lead the Golden Knights to a pool-play victory in the Rocklin Tournament.

St. Francis 74, Kennedy (Sacramento) 35: Andre Henry finished with 18 points and Kai Glassen added 15 on Wednesday to lift the Golden Knights to a pool-play win in the Rocklin Tournament.

St. Francis got eight points and six assists from Jason Gallant.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Hoover 44, South Hills 25: Hoover earned its first win of the season Thursday in a pool-play contest in the Rosemead Tournament.

Hoover got 14 points from Paola Gorgiez and 13 from Hasmik Ter Martirosyan.

Flintridge Prep 58, Walnut 32: Andie Kim had 14 points and Sofia Gonzalez added 10 on Thursday to lead the Rebels in a Bonita Tournament contest.

Flintridge Prep (6-1) will meet Roosevelt in the championship contest at 6:30 p.m. Friday.

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Rosemead 55, Hoover 50: The Tornadoes fell Wednesday in a pool-play contest of the Rosemead Tournament.

Hoover received a career-high 22 points from Paola Gorgeiz.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Glendale Community College 72, Santa Ana College 56: Glendale (7-1) rolled to a victory in the Allan Hancock College Tournament on Thursday.

The Vaqueros, who have won seven games in a row, received 15 points and seven rebounds from Tess Oakley-Stilson, 12 points from Zoe Rouse and 11 points from Jada Aidana.


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