News-Press Sports Roundup: Glendale girls’, boys’ basketball open league with wins against Burroughs


Glendale 61, Burroughs 52: Glendale began Pacific League play Tuesday with a road victory.

St. Monica Academy 62, Southwestern Academy 40: Visiting St. Monica earned an International League win Tuesday.

The Crusaders received 14 points from Liam Mireles, 14 from James Grimm and 12 from Leon Grimm.


Pasadena 68, Crescenta Valley 51: Crescenta Valley suffered a Pacific League-opening road defeat Tuesday.

Arcadia 69, Hoover 39: Hoover started Pacific League action Tuesday with a home loss.

Clovis West 65, St. Francis 60: St. Francis fell Saturday in the championship contest of the Rocklin Tournament.

The Golden Knights received 23 points from Andre Henry, 13 from Kai Glassen and 10 from Jason Gallant.



Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 1, West Ranch 0: Lauren Bolte scored on a penalty shot with about three minutes left in the second half to lead host Flintridge Sacred Heart to a nonleague win at Occidental College on Tuesday.

Crescenta Valley 4, Pasadena 0: Host Crescenta Valley began Pacific League action with a victory Tuesday.

St. Monica Academy 3, Lancaster Desert Christian 1: The Crusaders notched a nonleague home victory Tuesday at the Glendale Sports Complex.

Burroughs 6, Glendale 0: Host Glendale lost Tuesday in a Pacific League-opening match.

Arcadia 5, Hoover 1: Visiting Hoover lost its Pacific League-opening contest Tuesday.

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 1, Newport Harbor 0: Flintridge Sacred Heart got a goal from Jamie Pernecky to earn a win Saturday in the Back Bay Invitational.



Glendale 47, Burroughs 46: Glendale tipped off Pacific League competition Tuesday with a home win.

Pasadena 60, Crescenta Valley 51: Crescenta Valley fell at home Tuesday in its Pacific League opener.

The Falcons got 13 points from Katrina Minassian and 12 from Denise Dayag.

Marlborough 67, Flintridge Prep 61: Flintridge Prep suffered a nonleague road loss Tuesday.

Arcadia 63, Hoover 42: Hoover dropped its Pacific League opener Tuesday on the road.

The Tornadoes received 19 points from Paola Goegeiz.

Maranatha 43, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 21: Flintridge Sacred Heart fell Tuesday in a nonleague road contest.

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 45, San Marino 27: The Tologs wrapped up the San Marino Tournament on Saturday with a win.



Crescenta Valley 3, Pasadena 0: Anthony Sharlakian finished with two goals and Argin Baharians added one on Tuesday to lead the visiting Falcons to a Pacific League-opening victory.

Burroughs 3, Glendale 0: Visiting Glendale fell Tuesday in its Pacific League opener Tuesday.

Arcadia 3, Hoover 1: The host Tornadoes were defeated in their Pacific League-opening contest Tuesday.

Flintridge Prep 7, Muir 0: Simon Siskel finished with four goals and Silas Chavez added two on Saturday to power Flintridge Prep to a victory in a San Gabriel Valley Cup match.

Earlier Saturday, Flintridge Prep recorded a 3-1 win against Chavez, as Siskel had two goals.

Glendale 1, Murrieta Valley 1: Visiting Glendale earned a nonleague tie Saturday.

Arsen Oganesyan scored a goal for the Nitros.


Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 7, Glendale 5: Goalkeeper Ellie Lund finished with 19 saves Tuesday to power host Flintridge Sacred Heart to a nonleague victory.

Bree Layseca scored four goals for the Tologs.

Flintridge Prep 13, Westridge 1: Flintridge Prep notched a Prep League road win Tuesday.

The Rebels are 2-1 in league.

Marymount 17, Crescenta Valley 10: Host Crescenta Valley suffered a nonleague defeat Tuesday.


Hoover in San Fernando Queen of the Jungle Tournament: Sarine Mardirosian registered four pins Saturday’s to win the event in the 101-pound weight class.


Glendale Community College 84, Rio Hondo College 81: Glendale posted a victory Sunday in a consolation game of the Antelope Valley Tournament.

The Vaqueros (2-7) received 23 points, seven rebounds and four assists from Christian Finney and 15 points from Alexis Ramos.


Glendale Community College 53, Allan Hancock College 38: Glendale won its ninth straight game en route to capturing the Allan Hancock Tournament on Saturday.

The Vaqueros (9-1) got 15 points and seven rebounds from Tess Oakley-Stilson, 10 points and eight rebounds from Gloria Bianchi and 10 points from Zoe Rouse.