four kills from Courtney Turner.
L.A. Bishop Conaty-Loretto 3, Holy Family 0: The Gaels suffered a
disappointing 25-15, 25-16, 25-13 Horizon League home setback
The loss dropped Holy Family to 6-10, 3-5 in league.
San Gabriel Mission 3, Holy Family 2: The Gaels (6-9, 3-4 in
Horizon League) rallied from a two games-to-one deficit, but couldn't
complete the comeback in Tuesday's 19-25, 25-21, 25-21, 17-25, 16-14
league home setback.
BOYS' WATER POLO
Glendale 18, Hoover 3: The Tornadoes received two goals from Matt
Jung and another from his younger brother, Andy, but it wasn't enough
against archrival Glendale on Friday at Hoover High.
The Nitros (4-1 in the Pacific League) improved to 36-26 all-time
against the Tornadoes (1-4 in league), and have won the past 10
Hoover's last win against Glendale came in 1993, when Hoover won,
8-6, in the league tournament.
On Friday, the Nitros were led by Arthur Bagumyan and Sam
Ghayouri, who each scored four goals.
Crescenta Valley 18, Hoover 0 (default): The Falcons won their
fifth consecutive Pacific League championship without having to play
their league home match Friday.
CV Coach Tom Gossard said Hoover defaulted after the Tornadoes
sent six athletes and their junior varsity coach to the event. Three
of the players were members of the varsity squad, and the other three
compete on the school's junior varsity team.
CV (17-1, 10-0 in league) also won its 49th straight league match
dating back to 1999.
La Canada 18, Blair 0: Amanda Cochran, Sara Kim and Alison Sanders
all swept in singles for the Spartans in Thursday's Rio Hondo League
victory at the La Canada Country Club.
Carrie Arboleda and Valerie Chen, Lindsay Van Amringe and Lana
Sanfilippo, and Leslie Chang and Diana Kim all won two sets for La
Canada (7-9, 6-2 in league), which received three additional
victories because Blair defaulted at No. 3 doubles.