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Hoover boys’ basketball upsets Muir


Hoover 68, Muir 66: Arvin Atakhanian finished with a team-high 15 points Monday to spark the host Tornadoes in a Pacific League contest. Hoover (11-11, 3-7 in league) got 11 points from Francis Roncal and eight from Jash Francisco.

Arcadia 57, Glendale 56: Vahe Aristakessian collected 16 points and 10 rebounds for the visiting Nitros on Monday in a Pacific League game. Arthur Terzyan had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Glendale (8-14, 3-7 in league).

Crespi 66, St. Francis 62: Kyle Leufroy registered 21 points Monday and John Carroll added 11 for the visiting Golden Knights in a Mission League game. St. Francis fell to 12-10, 2-6 in league.



Burbank 31, Crescenta Valley 27: Tanisha Minassian had eight points Monday for the host Falcons in a Pacific League game. Crescenta Valley dipped to 8-15, 3-7 in league.

Muir 72, Hoover 24: The visiting Tornadoes fell Monday in a Pacific League contest. Hoover dropped to 2-14, 1-9 in league.



Crescenta Valley 5, Burbank 1: Justin Wright finished with three goals and one assist Monday to lead the visiting Falcons to a Pacific League win. Erick Trejo and Pablo Hernandez each scored a goal for Crescenta Valley, which improved to 16-2-6, 6-1-3 in league for a share of first place with Burroughs, which lost to Pasadena.

Hoover 2, Muir 2: The host Tornadoes got one goal apiece from Argin Haghoubian and Carlos Morataya on Monday in a Pacific League match at Toll Middle School. Hoover improved to 2-7-4, 1-7-2 in league.

Crespi 2, St. Francis 0: Goalkeeper Luca Coppola finished with seven saves Monday for the visiting Golden Knights in a Mission League match. St. Francis dropped to 6-7-5, 4-3-1 in league.

Arcadia 5, Glendale 4: Albert Chamagua scored twice Monday for the Nitros in a Pacific League road defeat. Glendale dropped to 7-10-2, 2-7-1 in league.


Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 7, Louisville 0: Hannah Armendariz tallied a hat trick and had an assist in Monday afternoon’s Mission League home win at Occidental College.

The Tologs (13-1-3, 5-1-1 in league) also got two goals and an assist from Savannah Viola, while Laura Thompson and Kayla Mills also scored goals. Krista Meaglia added two assists.