Crescenta Valley 4, Pasadena 3: Pavle Atanackovic scored all four of the Falcons' goals in the second half of a Pacific League win Friday at Pasadena.
Crescenta Valley (11-2-5) remains in first place in league at 9-0-3 with 30 points and can clinch an outright league title with a victory on Tuesday against Glendale. Second-place Burroughs has 26 points.
Alex Berger had three assists on Friday, while Andrew Reyes had the other.
Pasadena Poly 1, Flintridge Prep 0: Brian Heintz finished with four saves for the Rebels (5-9-2, 2-4 in league) in a Prep League home loss Friday.
Flintridge Prep 2, Webb 0: Kaelin King and Brooke Elby scored goals to lead the Rebels in a Prep League win at the Glendale Sports Complex on Friday.
Arielle Baptiste and Kaitlyn Kelleher provided assists for Prep (14-3-2, 6-1-1), which trails Pasadena Poly by one point in the standings with two matches to play. First-place Poly has one game left.
Burbank 3, Hoover 0: The Tornadoes (4-9-2, 1-8-2 in Pacific League) lost at home on Friday.
Renaissance Academy 66, Animo Leadership 41: Jessy Cantinol led the Wildcats with 12 points in a Harbor League home win Friday afternoon.
Troy Fontinilla and Thierry Fredrick added 10 points apiece for Renaissance (18-6, 6-0).
Glendale 53, Burroughs 50: Suren Gyurgchyan notched a game-clinching steal with seconds left to keep the Nitros in fourth place in the Pacific League at 11-13 overall and 6-6 in league.
Anthony Tahmazian had 16 points and Sevan Pogosyan added 14.
Pasadena 74, Hoover 38: The Tornadoes got a career-high 21 points from Kyle Bernardo in Friday's home loss. Hoover is now 5-18 and 1-11 in the Pacific League.
Burroughs 47, Glendale 39: The Nitros lost on the road Friday and fell to 12-12 and 4-8 in the Pacific League.
Serah Mirzaeian had 11 points, Keasha Luna added 10 and Nina Sahakian had nine.
With the win, Burroughs clinched at least a share of the league title, which is the first for the program under Coach Vicky Oganyan, a Glendale High graduate.
Glendale Community College 9, Cerritos College 3: Ryan Sherriff pitched six innings of one-run ball to earn the win in a nonconference road game on Friday.
Scott Hong stole five bases for the Vaqueros (2-0) and Chris Stroh swiped another four, while Ellis Whitman went two for four with a triple and Matt McAlister went two for four with two steals.