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Sports Roundup: Hoover boys’ water polo defeats CV, earns spot in league tourney title match

BOYS’ WATER POLO

Hoover 14, Crescenta Valley 6: Top-seeded Hoover posted a victory Tuesday against No. 4 Crescenta Valley in a semifinal match of the Pacific League Tournament at Arcadia High.

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The Tornadoes received seven goals from David Ashkharian and 16 saves from goalkeeper Henry Pruett.

Hoover (7-0 in league) will meet No. 3 Arcadia in the tournament’s championship match at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Arcadia. Crescenta Valley (3-4 in league) will meet No. 2 Glendale (5-2) in the third-place match at 4:30.

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Arcadia 15, Glendale 11: Second-seeded Glendale fell Tuesday to No. 4 Arcadia in a semifinal match of the Pacific League Tournament at Arcadia

Glendale dipped to 5-2 in league and will meet No. 3 Crescenta Valley (3-4) in the tournament’s third-place match at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Arcadia.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in Sunshine League Tournament: The Tologs’ doubles team of Charlotte Collins and Olivia Partamian recorded a 6-3, 6-2 second-round win against No. 10 Nicole Muzsnai and Indya Donovan of Alemany at Weddington Golf and Tennis Club in Studio City.

The No. 2 duo, which had a first-round bye, will take part in a semifinal match at 2 p.m. Wednesday against No. 3 Notre Dame Academy at the same site.

Flintridge Sacred Heart’s doubles team of Claire McDonald and Meghan Sullivan, the No. 4 seed, fell, 6-1, 6-3, to No. 5 Sophia Hutton and Madison Skipp of Alemany in the second round.

Sullivan and McDonald had a first-round bye.

Chadwick 12, Flintridge Prep 6: The visiting Rebels fell Monday in a Prep League match.

Flintridge Prep (3-11, 0-8 in league) got a sweep in doubles from Manya Lalwani and Claire Senft, 7-5, 7-5, 6-3.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

San Clemente d. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 25-18, 25-16, 23-25, 25-23: Visiting Flintridge Sacred Heart saw its season conclude Saturday with a CIF Southern Section Diviison II second-round defeat.

The Tologs (25-15) received 18 kills and 14 digs from Peyton DeJardin, 15 kills and 14 digs from Dani Thomas-Nathan, 19 digs from Ryan Dubb and 37 assists from Ellie Lund.

GIRLS’ CROSS-COUNTRY

Flintridge Prep in Mount San Antonio College Invitational: The Rebels turned in a sixth-place performance with 193 points in the Division IV-V Sweepstakes three-mile race Saturday.

Flintridge Prep received a 10th-place finish from Haley Allen in 18 minutes, 52.9 seconds.

Crescenta Valley in Mount San Antonio College Invitational: Crescenta Valley took fifth among 17 teams with 155 points in the event’s Division I three-mile race Saturday.

Sophia Akin led the Falcons with a seventh-place effort in 18 minutes, 48.2 seconds.

BOYS’ CROSS-COUNTRY

Glendale in Mount San Antonio College Invitational: Glendale finished ninth with 228 points in the event’s Division II three-mile race Saturday that included 17 teams.

Glendale was paced by Arvin Sales, who finished in 15 minutes, 46.2 seconds. Teammate Chadi Saklaway was 10th in 16:25.2.

Crescenta Valley in Mount San Antonio College Invitational: Crescenta Valley finished eighth out of 18 teams with 217 points in the event’s three-mile Division I-II Sweepsteakes on Saturday.

Manan Vats led Crescenta Valley with a 13th-place finish in 15 minutes, 16.6 seconds.

Flintridge Prep in Mount San Antonio College Invitational: Flintridge Prep was 13th out of 21 teams with 298 points in Saturday’s Division IV-V Sweepstakes three-mile event.

The Rebels were led by Carson Hasbrouck, who clocked 16 minutes, 29.2 seconds to take 17th.

St. Francis in Mount San Antonio College Invitational: The Golden Knights were sixth among 20 squads with 208 points in Saturday’s Division IV three-mile race.

St. Francis got an 18th-place performance from Stuart Serventi in 17 minutes, 20.9 seconds.

MEN’S SOCCER

Citrus Collge 5, Glendale Community College 1: Visiting Glendale dropped a Western State Conference South Division match Tuesday.

Luis Cervantes scored a goal for Glendale (1-13-2, 0-4-1 in the division).

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