Miller moves up to No. 2 in CIF Southern Section


Pasadena Poly 74, Rio Hondo Prep 20: Michelle Miller shifted into the No. 2 spot on the CIF Southern Section all-time scoring list in Poly's victory Saturday. Miller scored 31 points and added 10 rebounds in the win as the Panthers improved to 16-4, 7-0 in Prep League.

Miller now has scored 3,097 points in her high school career, putting her in front of the previous No. 2 scoring leader for the CIF Southern Section, Giuliana Mendiola. 

Courtney Foster also had 16 points and five assists and Kiki Yang added 12 points and seven steals for Poly.

La Cañada 67, Blair 32: Lauren Barsamian recorded a double-double with 13 points and a team-high 20 rebounds at home in a Rio Hondo League win over Blair Friday. Courtney Chen scored a team-high 22 points and Sydney Zarate had 14 points for La Cañada (12-10, 4-2 in league).

The Vikings fell to 0-16, 0-6.

Muir 86, Hoover 19: Shaela Flynn hit three three-pointers in pacing the Mustangs with 23 points and five steals in a Pacific League home win Friday afternoon.

Emoni Jackson had a monster game, finishing with 21 points and 20 rebounds for Muir (21-3, 10-0).

Mayfield 61, Rio Hondo Prep 43: Senior center Rafaela Bradvica scored a team-high 18 points and Juliana Zovak added 11 points for the Cubs (11-5, 4-3) in a Prep League road victory Friday afternoon.

Temple City 43, San Marino 32: Junior Leigh Kunitake led the Titans (10-9, 3-3) with 11 points in a Rio Hondo League home defeat Friday afternoon.

St. Monica 57, La Salle 56: Despite a season-high 20 points and eight rebounds from freshman forward Sierra Bononi, the Lancers fell in a Camino Real League home defeat Thursday night as the Mariners hit two free throws with five seconds to win.

Kandyce Smith added 12 points, six assists and three steals for the Lancers (14-7, 3-2), who were swept by Santa Monica St. Monica.

Garden Grove Pacifica 55, Pasadena AGBU 35: The Spartans simply ran out of gas in their third contest in as many nights, falling on the road in nonleague play Thursday evening.

Junior guard Nanor Babian led AGBU (11-4) with 25 points, seven rebounds and five blocks as the Spartans carried a roster of only six girls.


Pasadena 56, Burroughs 34: Sophomore guard Ajon Efferon (13 points and four steals) was one of three Bulldogs to score in double figures as Pasadena picked up a Pacific League home win Friday evening.

Perris Hicks added 11 points and 12 rebounds, Brandon Jolley totaled 10 points and five assists and Blake Hamilton contributed eight points and nine rebounds for the Bulldogs (16-6, 9-1), who led 30-22 at halftime.

Muir 55, Hoover 33: Senior guard Maurice Ballard scored a season-high 12 points and six assists and Andre Frazier totaled 12 points and seven rebounds for the Mustangs, who won their 10th straight contest in Pacific League play Friday night.

Muir (21-1, 10-0) also received 11 points and seven rebounds from Deron Wilson.

San Marino 54, Temple City 41: Max Taw led the Titans with 16 points and Jordon Dang scored 12 points for the Titans, who won a Rio Hondo League home game Friday night.

Jasper Hwang added 10 points and Kyle Ezhold scored six for San Marino (13-8, 4-2), which held Temple City senior Ryan Cosata scoreless after he scored 23 points in the team's first meeting.

Maranatha 60, Village Christian 46: Jeremy Major scored 21 points and had nine assists for the Minutemen. Garren Llorens made four three-pointers while PJ Dunn added nine points, six rebounds and five steals for Maranatha (16-5, 4-1 in Olympic League).

AGBU 92, Mesrobian 35: Alex Moukhatarian scored a team-high 20 points and had four assists and George Gevrikyan added 10 points and seven rebounds for the Spartans in nonleague play Friday night.

Sevag Boyadjian chipped in 10 points and seven rebounds, Greg Abajian hauled in eight rebounds, Nareg Zandjian added 12 points and four steals and Nareg Kourmiyan tallied 12 assists for AGBU (7-10), which set a school record for most points scored at home.

Marshall 49, Crossroads 42: Junior Davin Hampton scored a team-high 16 points, junior Evan Bynum added 15 points and Jason Ogbeida finished with 10 points, as the Eagles (12-9, 3-2) picked up a Delphic League home win Friday night.

South Pasadena 63, Monrovia 42: The Tigers picked up another Rio Hondo League win on the road Friday and improved to 12-10, 4-2 in league.

Bishop Montgomery 81, La Salle 38: Jordan Hill led the Lancers (13-10, 2-3) with 13 points, while Peter Nuguid scored six points in a Del Rey League road defeat Friday night.


La Cañada 2, Blair 1: Armaan Zare scored both La Cañada goals in a Rio Hondo League victory at Blair (3-7-2, 2-4 in league) Friday. Armand Bagramyan and Filip Franke both notched an assist for the Spartans (11-5-3, 4-0-2).


La Cañada 8, Blair 0: Natalie Ragusa notched two goals and two assists in La Cañada's shutout win at home Friday. The Spartans also got goals from Sara Kwan, Morgan Rittichier, Talia Selah, Francesca Mor, Olivia Leyva and Cassie Quiring. Megan Decker also had three assists for La Cañada (10-2-2, 3-1-2 in league).

Blair dropped to 2-9, 0-6 in the loss.


El Camino 68, Pasadena City College 58: Chris Smith scored 13 points and Givon Crump added 10 points off the bench for Pasadena (12-11, 3-5) in South Coast Conference play Friday evening.


Pasadena City College 78, El Camino College 65: Four players scored in double figures for the Lancers (11-11, 5-5) in South Coast Conference play Friday evening, led by forward Marquetta Stokes with 24 points. Tonisha Lacey added 14 points and 11 rebounds, Destinee Sellers also added 12 points and Stella Ghazarian totaled 13 points off the bench.

Cal Lutheran 70, Caltech 37: Marlyn Moore scored a team-best 14 points to lead Caltech (0-18, 0-7) in a SCIAC road game Thursday evening. Teri Juarez, who came into the game as the conference's leading rebounder, grabbed nine boards while tallying six steals.

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