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Sports Roundup: Flintridge Sacred Heart softball powers past Flintridge Prep


Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 14, Flintridge Prep 0 (five innings): Flintridge Sacred Heart rolled to a nonleague road victory Friday.

The Tologs improved to 4-1.

The Rebels are 0-1.


Glendale 4, South Pasadena 3 (eight innings): Jaimie Harris hit a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to lift Glendale (2-0) to a nonleague win Thursday.

The Nitros got three hits apiece from Kylee Lousararian and Viviana Bocanegra. Starting pitcher Aurora Funaro went the distance, striking out 11, to earn the win.


Los Osos 11, Crescenta Valley 0: Crescenta Valley (2-2) lost the third-place contest of the Inland Valley Tournament on Friday at Stengel Field.


St. Monica Academy 12, Lancaster Baptist 0 (five innings): St. Monica notched a Heritage League home win Friday at Scholl Canyon Ball Fields.

The Crusaders are 1-1 overall and in league.

St. Francis 6, San Dimas 5: St. Francis (3-3) earned a home win Thursday in a Quartz Hill Tournament contest at the Glendale Sports Complex.

The Golden Knights received two hits each from Mikey Kane, Doyle Kane and Stephen Castro.

Pitchers Ethan Sanders, Kiko Robles and Ryan Rizzo combined on a two-hitter. Sanders registered the victory and Rizzo picked up the save.

Glendale 4, Viewpoint 1: Starting pitcher Nathan Burke went the distance, yielding seven hits and striking out seven to propel the host Nitros (3-0) to a nonleague victory.


Flintridge Prep d. Brentwood, 25-18, 25-12, 25-18: AJ Nicassio finished with 16 kills Friday to spark host Flintridge Prep in a season-opening nonleague win.



Crescenta Valley 13, South Pasadena 5: Crescenta Valley cruised to a nonleague home victory Friday.

The Falcons (3-1) got nine wins in doubles.

Crescenta Valley 15, Hoover 3: Host Crescenta Valley registered a Pacific League win Thursday.

The Falcons improved to 2-0 in league.

The Tornadoes fell to 0-2 overall and in league.


Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 89, Chaminade 69: Flintridge Sacred Heart began its season Thursday with a Mission League win at Loyola High.


Hart 67, Crescenta Valley 103: The visiting Falcons started their season Thursday with a nonleague defeat.

Crescenta Valley got two first-place efforts each from Amanda Peterson and Kimmy Park. Peterson won the 200-yard individual medley in 2 minutes, 11.37 seconds and the 100 breaststroke (1:07.58). Park took the 50 freestyle (25.09) and the 100 freestyle (55.10).


Hart 63, Crescenta Valley 107: Crescenta Valley began its season Thursday with a nonleague road loss.

The Falcons received a first-place effort from Will Blake in the 100-yard freestyle in 47.26 seconds.


L.A. Valley College 54, Glendale Community College 51: Having already clinched the Western State Conference East Division championship, Glendale’s bid to go unbeaten in the division came up short Friday with the visiting Vaqueros falling in their final division contest.

Glendale (21-5, 9-1 in the division) received 19 points from Cheyenne Jankulovski and nine from Tess Oakley-Stilson.

Glendale will make its first playoff appearance since 2003.


L.A. Valley College 68, Glendale Community College 67: Isaac Etter scored 25 points and Andre Zohrabian added 15 points and 13 rebounds Friday for the Vaqueros in a Western State Conference East Division road game.

Steven Hubbell registered 15 points for Glendale, which finished its season 11-17, 4-6 in the division.


Golden West College 15, Glendale Community College 4: Glendale (6-5) fell Friday in a nonconference road contest Friday.

The Vaqueros got one home run apiece from Trent MacKinney and Hans Seo.

Glendale Community College 6, Oxnard College 3: Andrew Tinoco hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning to lift the visiting Vaqueros to a nonconference win Thursday.

Tinoco’s home run gave the Vaqueros a 4-3 lead. Hans Seo and Zach Lafata each hit a solo home run for Glendale.

Pasadena City College 11, Glendale Community College 1: Visiting Glendale dropped a nonconference contest Wednesday.