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Sports Roundup: League-opening win keeps Crescenta Valley boys’ basketball unbeaten

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Crescenta Valley 79, Hoover 47: Tyler Carlson finished with 22 points, including five three-pointers, to spark visiting Crescenta Valley to a Pacific League-opening win Tuesday.

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The Falcons (9-0) received 20 points from Andreyas Boghossian and 11 from Alex Zohouralen.

Hoover dropped to 5-4, 0-1 in league.

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Pasadena 61, Glendale 35: Visiting Glendale (7-3) lost Tuesday in a Pacific League-opening contest.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Crescenta Valley 74, Hoover 14: Georgina Kregorian and Denise Dayag finished with 18 points each Tuesday to lift the host Falcons to a Pacific League-opening win.

Crescenta Valley improved to 5-4.

Hoover dipped to 1-4.

Pasadena 63, Glendale 41: Host Glendale (8-6) lost Tuesday in a Pacific League-opening contest.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Glendale 3, Pasadena 0: Vincente Sanchez finished with two goals and Jose Zamora dded one to spark the visiting Nitros to a Pacific League-opening victory Tuesday.

Anri Shakaryan collected two assists for Glendale (3-1-1).

Flintridge Prep 5, St. Monica Catholic 1: Silas Chavez tallied two goals Tuesday to propel the visiting Rebels (2-0) to a nonleague victory.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Crescenta Valley 10, Hoover 0: The host Falcons received three goals from Chloe Ataya and two apiece from Ashlin Cuesta and Rachel Park to record a Pacific League-opening win.

The Falcons (2-0-1) scored nine goals in the first half.

The Tornadoes fell to 4-2, 0-1 in league.

Holy Family 11, Pilibos 2: Brianna Cindrich finished with nine goals and Lexi Castro added six assists Tuesday to lift the visiting Gaels (3-2) to a nonleague win at L.A. City College.

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 2, Westridge 1: The host Tologs (2-1) earned a nonleague win Tuesday at Occidental College.

St. Monica Academy 4, Lancaster Desert Christian 0: The Crusaders (5-0) notched a nonleague road win Tuesday.

Glendale 2, Pasadena 2: The Nitros (1-0-4) began Pacific League play Tuesday with a home tie.

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

Marymount 11, Glendale 4: Visiting Glendale (2-2) dropped a nonleague match Tuesday.

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