Sports Roundup: Flintridge Prep boys' basketball gets lucky seventh Prep League title in a row


Flintridge Prep 74, Rio Hondo Prep 52: Big nights from Kyle Hamane and Robert Cartwright Friday helped to secure the Rebels’ seventh consecutive Prep League championship and 12th in 13 seasons.

Hamane sank four three-pointers en route to 18 points to go along with eight assists. The Stanford-bound Cartwright had 17 points, eight assists and four steals.

Scott Tsangeos added 12 points, while Andrew Tsangeos chipped in 10 for the Rebels (11-12, 7-0 in league).

Muir 62, Glendale 46: With a loss on the road Friday night, the Nitros fell to 8-16, 3-9 in the Pacific League.

Steve Arakelyan had 16 points for Glendale, with Tyler Lousararian chipping in 14.


Crescenta Valley 65, Pasadena 22: The Falcons held a 33-point lead after three quarters and rolled to a Pacific League home victory Friday afternoon on senior night.

Tanisha Minassian led the way for Crescenta Valley (17-8, 8-3) with 15 points, while Cynthia Shahbandeh added nine points & Jacqueline Wilson chipped in seven points.

Muir 64, Glendale 62: The Nitros were dealt an upset in Friday’s Pacific League game on the road despite a huge night from Kailyn Gideon, who had 17 points, 12 rebounds, five blocks and three steals, while Kristina Sahakian had 19 points and eight rebounds.

Burbank 49, Hoover 37: The Tornadoes lost at home in Friday’s Pacific League tilt, dropping to 3-15, 3-9.


Crescenta Valley 8, Redlands East Valley 6: Rebounding from a loss to top-ranked Riverside Poly on Tuesday, the Falcons, ranked No. 3 in CIF Southern Section Division V, defeated fifth-ranked Redlands East Valley on the road Friday.

Ashley Taylor led the way with three goals, with Audrey Taylor and Lynley Fernandez adding two goals apiece. Natalie Krebsbach added a score as the Falcons improved to 20-6 with the Pacific League tournament on the docket next week, beginning with a 5:30 p.m. semifinal match against fourth-place Burroughs on Tuesday at Burbank High.


Crescenta Valley 1, Pasadena 0: The Falcons maintained their second-place standing in the Pacific League with Friday’s road win thanks to an Izzy Costilla goal.

Crescenta Valley improved to 8-8-1, 8-3-1 in league, with Hannah Weingarten and Susanne Carpenter assisting on the lone score.

Flintridge Prep 4, Westridge 2: Katherine Pinney tallied a hat trick to lead the Rebels to a Prep League road win on Friday afternoon.

The Rebels (10-4-4, 5-1-1) won their fifth in a row and are unbeaten over their last six. Kaitlin Liston also scored for Prep.

Glendale 10, Muir 1: Aline Graham and Matilda Hoospian each tallied hat tricks, as the Nitros picked up a resounding Pacific League win on Friday at home, improving to 4-10-3, 2-8-2 in league.

Harvard-Westlake 1, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 0: Though the Tologs continue to struggle in the win-loss department, they put up a strong showing in Friday’s Mission League road loss.

The Tologs (9-7-2, 2-5-1 in league) got seven saves from goalie Dani Garcia.

Burbank 6, Hoover 2: Jordan Miller scored both of the Tornadoes’ goals in Friday’s Pacific League loss on the road. Hoover fell to 3-8-1 in league.


Hoover 3, Burbank 2: The Tornadoes picked up their second Pacific League win of the season, improving to 2-9-1 in league with Friday’s home win.

St. Francis 0, Harvard-Westlake 0: The Golden Knights tied at home in a Mission League tilt, improving to 5-9-4 and 2-6-2 in league.

Muir 4, Glendale 1: The Nitros’ playoff hopes continued to take a turn for the worst, as they began the week in fourth place, good for the final automatic Pacific League playoff spot, but have no tumbled to sixth.

Glendale (4-6-2 in league for 14 points), which has lost three straight, fell on the road Friday and now trails Arcadia and Muir, who are tied for fourth with 16 points.


Glendale Community College 8, Mount San Antonio College 1: Continuing their torrid start to the season, the host Vaqueros (3-0) picked up a nonconference victory Friday. Glendale received wins from Hosep Orojian (6-1, 6-2), Dro Dermegerdichian (3-6, 6-4, 18-16), Oleg Simonyan (6-4, 7-6(8-6), Dat Le (6-0, 6-0), Cameron Braun (6-0, 6-0) and Santiago Segovia (6-1, 6-2).

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