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Sports Roundup: Flintridge Prep boys’ soccer earns first-round playoff victory

BOYS’ SOCCER

Flintridge Prep 1, Aquinas 0: Simon Siskel scored a second-half goal to propel Flintridge Prep to a CIF Southern Section Division VI first-round win at St. Francis High on Thursday.

Goalkeeper Gabe Wallen finished with seven saves for the Rebels (15-6-1).

Flintridge Prep, which won the Prep League championship, will travel to Pacific (18-4-2) for a second-round contest Saturday at a time to be determined.

Pacific, the Mountain Valley League champion, posted a 2-1 first-round win versus South Pasadena on Thursday.

Newbury Park 1, St. Francis 0: Visiting St. Francis yielded a second-half goal and saw its season wrap up Thursday following a CIF Southern Section Division II first-round defeat.

St. Francis (10-9-4) placed fourth in the Mission League.

Newbury Park (16-1-3) took first in the Marmonte League and defeated St. Francis for the second time this season.

Nogales 1, La Cañada 0: The Spartans sputtered on offense in suffering the CIF Southern Section Division V first-round home loss Thursday.

The Spartans, who won the Rio Hindo League championship, finish 14-6-5.

Nogales (17-5-3), which placed third in the Montview League, scored the match’s only goal in the second half.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Leuzinger 54, La Cañada 52: The Spartans’ tenure in the CIF Southern Section Division II-AA playoffs was short-lived, as they suffered a first-round loss Thursday at home.

La Cañada, the No. 3 seed, finishes the season 25-5 after winning a championship in the Rio Hondo League.

Brooke Yasuda had 16 points and Lauren Scoville added 15 for the Spartans.

Leuzinger (20-9) was an at-large team from the Bay League.

Workman 53, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 43: Flintridge Sacred Heart received 15 points from Sam Fung on Thursday, as its season concluded with a loss in a CIF Southern Section Division IV-AA first round contest.

Janna de Vera added 13 points for the Tologs (18-9). The Tologs took third in the Sunshine League.