ROUNDUP: Flintridge Sacred Heart volleyball continues winning ways


Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 3, Notre Dame Academy 1: Sophia Coffey collected 52 assists and Maddie Peterson added 16 kills Tuesday to lead the visiting Tologs to a 23-25, 25-20, 25-23, 25-20 nonleague win. Flintridge Sacred Heart (8-1) got 14 kills from Kayla Lund and 12 from Katie Conley and 33 digs from Emily Develle.

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in Saugus High Tournament: The Tologs fell to Alta Loma, 25-19, 15-25, 11-15, in a semifinal match Saturday. Earlier, Flintridge Sacred Heart registered a 25-22, 23-25, 15-6 quarterfinal victory against Saugus. Sophia Coffey had a combined 60 assists Saturday to earn all-tournament honors.

The Tologs won all three of their matches Friday. They opened with a 25-19, 25-15 victory against Serrano before besting Heritage Christian (25-9, 25-9) and Hart (25-20, 25-16).

Immaculate Heart 3, Flintridge Prep 0: The visiting Rebels (1-3) suffered a 25-17, 25-17, 25-19 nonleague defeat Thursday. Dani Motte finished with eight kills and five aces for Flintridge Prep, which got 10 assists and four aces from Eiki Rokni.


Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 15, Alemany 3: The Tologs (2-2) began Mission League play Tuesday with a victory. Flintridge Sacred Heart received singles sweeps from Camille Katz (6-1, 6-0, 6-2) and Holly MacVaugh (6-0, 6-1, 6-3).

Burbank 10, La Cañada 8: The Spartans dropped a close nonleague match at home Friday after giving up a sweep to the No. 1 singles player of Burbank. Sisters Ally and Cassie McKenzie each won two sets for La Cañada, which fell to 4-2.

Chaminade 14, Flintridge Prep 4: Roya Gheissari won two singles sets (6-0, 7-5) on Thursday for the host Rebels (0-4) in a nonleague match at Scholl Canyon Tennis Center.


Flintridge Prep in Los Altos Tournament: The Rebels’ shot at a tournament title came to an end Saturday morning when they suffered a 16-6 loss to Claremont. They bounced back with a 10-8 victory over Grossmont of San Diego to set up a rematch with South Pasadena for fifth place Saturday evening. Unfortunately for Flintridge Prep, the Tigers were victorious again, this time by a 10-7 margin.

Prep captured a pair of victories Friday in the event at Schurr High. Flintridge Prep began with an 18-6 victory against Schurr, as John Treinen finished with five goals. It then earned an 8-6 win against La Serna, with Sean King and Ethan Vandeventer scoring three goals apiece.


St. Francis, La Cañada at Woodbridge Invitational: St. Francis earned eighth with 186 points, as Segerstrom won the event (49 points).

Golden Knights senior Max Sinclair took 47th in 17:26, while teammate Ruairi Arrieta-Kenna was 52nd (17:37).

St. Francis’ usual No. 1 runner, Chris Rodriguez, took seventh in the white sophomore race in 16:25.

In their race, the Spartans earned 21st with 505 points, as Los Angeles Marshall clinched the win with 77 points.

Spartans junior Ethan Angold was his team’s highest finisher and lone placer within the top 50 as he crossed the line in 25th in 16:10.


La Cañada, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy at Woodbridge Invitational: The Spartans finished 23rd with 510 points behind race-winner San Clemente, which tallied 106 points.

Senior Anna Frederich paced the Spartans by finishing fourth with a mark of 17 minutes, 18 seconds, while La Cañada’s No. 2 runner was Colleen Mispagel (82nd, 18:52).

The Tologs finished 13th in the white varsity ‘A’ race with 346 points, behind race-winner Oaks Christian (98) and among others, Mission League rival Alemany (ninth, 287 points).

Junior Kayla Grahn led the charge for the Tologs, taking 24th in 19 minutes, 29 seconds. Senior Riley Gilmartin was Flintridge Sacred Heart’s No. 2 runner in earning 30th (19:43).

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