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News-Press Sports Roundup: Crescenta Valley girls’ basketball tops Glendale

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Creascenta Valley 49, Glendale 45: Katrina Minassian finished with 18 points Tuesday to lift visiting Crescenta Valley to a Pacific League victory.

The Falcons are 16-9, 6-5 in league.

The Nitros fell to 18-6, 7-4.

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Flintridge Prep 65, Providence 28: Host Flintridge Prep coasted to a Prep League win Tuesday.

The Rebels, who received 14 points from Sofia Gonzalez and 12 from Kaitlyn Chen with 12 points, are 19-4, 9-0 in league. They have won 53 straight league games.

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 41, Marymount 31: Faith Ellis had 16 points Tuesday to help host Flintridge Sacred Heart earn a Sunshine League win.

The Tologs are 10-13, 2-3 in league.

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St. Monica Academy 45, Waverly 12: Host St. Monica earned an International League win Tuesday at New Revelation Baptist Church in Pasadena.

The Crusaders are 15-3, 3-0 in league.

Muir 49, Hoover 35: Hoover lost Tuesday in a Pacific League contest.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Crescenta Valley 52, Glendale 48: Host Crescenta Valley registered a Pacific League win Tuesday.

The Falcons (22-3, 10-1 in league) received 12 points from Tyler Carlson.

Glendale (14-11, 6-5) got 15 points from Manouk Manoukian.

Waverly 73, St. Monica Academy 60: Host St. Monica fell Tuesday in an International League contest at New Revelation Baptist Church in Pasadena.

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The Crusaders are 10-7, 4-2 in league.

Muir 59, Hoover 34: Hoover dropped a Pacific League game at home Tuesday.

The Tornadoes are 0-11 in league.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Crescenta Valley 2, Glendale 1: Crescenta Valley earned a Pacific League home win Tuesday.

Argin Baharians had two goals and Sepeh Parvardeh had two assists for Crtescenta Valley (7-0-4 in league).

The Nitros dipped to 5-5-1 in league.

Hoover 3, Muir 0: The host Tornadoes won a Pacific League match Tuesday.

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Hoover improved to 3-7-1 in league.

Flintridge Prep 5, Sierra Canyon 2: Simon Siskel had three goals Tuesday to spark host Flintridge Prep (9-3-5) to a nonleague win.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Crescenta Valley 5, Glendale 1: Crescenta Valley picked up a Pacific League road victory Tuesday.

The Falcons improved to 8-0-3 in league.

The Nitros are 5-4-2 in league.

Flintridge Prep 3, Sierra Canyon 1: Makenna Dominguez scored two goals Tuesday to spark host Flintridge Prep (18-1-1) to a nonleague win.

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 0, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 0: The Tologs finished in a scoreless Mission League road draw Monday.

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 6, San Marino 3: Bree Layseca had three goals and goalkeeper Ellie Lund finished with 11 saves Monday to lead visiting Flintridge Sacred Heart to a nonleague win.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Glendale Community College 5, Grossmont College 3: Glendale (2-1) earned a nonconference road win Tuesday.

Hans Seo hit a two-run home run in the ninth inning for the Vaqueros.

WOMEN’S TENNIS

Glendale Community College 8, Cypress College 1: Host Glendale started its season Tuesday with a nonconference win.

The Vaqueros received doubles victories from Isabella Chacon and Elen Ghazaryan, 8-0, and Brisa Macias-Valero and Mary Abrahamyan, 8-3.

Glendale got singles wins from Chacon, 6-1, 6-1, Ghazaryan, 6-1, 6-0, Kianna Gueco, 6-4, 6-0, Gabrielle Bautista,, 6-3, 6-2, Macias-Valero, 6-0, 6-1, and Mary Abrahamyan, 6-3, 6-4.

MEN’S TENNIS

Glendale Community College 8, Fullerton College 1: Glendale opened its season Tuesday with a nonconference victory.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Glendale Community College 80, Santa Monica College 57: Glendale won its state-high 19th straight game of the season, winning a Western State Conference South Division road contest Saturday.

The Vaqueros are 19-1, 6-0 in conference.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Santa Monica College 109, Glendale Community College 73: The visiting Vaqueros suffered a Western State Conference South Division defeat Saturday.

Glendale (5-15, 0-6 in the division) received 20 points from Andreyas Boghossian and 19 from DeAndre Walters.


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