Crescenta Valley 3, Pasadena 2: Kelli Wirth, Naomi Ehrlich and
Rachael Rigamat helped the Falcons build a 3-0 lead, but they had to
hold off a Bulldog rally to escape with Tuesday's Pacific League road
The Falcons (11-9-2, 6-1 in league) next play Glendale at 3:15
p.m. Thursday on the road.
Glendale 2, Muir 1: The Nitros improved to 3-12 and 2-5 in the
Pacific League following Tuesday's road victory.
Janine Baker scored both goals for Glendale, which received strong
performances from Natasha Wolhein, Amy Bishop and Natalie Diaz.
Muir 72, Hoover 51: Rafael Gallegos had 20 points on four of four
shooting from beyond on the arc for the Tornadoes (11-12, 2-5 in
league) in Tuesday's Pacific League game.
Sevak Khoddagholian had 14 points as Hoover led by as many as
seven in the third quarter before falling behind, 42-41, at the end
of the third quarter. However, the Tornadoes were outscored 30-10 in
the final stanza.
Renaissance Academy 91, Waverly 29: Archie Robb and Jason Shapiro
turned in good efforts, as the Wildcats (18-4, 6-0 in league)
throttled another American League foe Monday.
Robb had 14 points, eight rebounds and seven assists. Shapiro had
10 points, nine rebounds, eight assists and six steals.
Leif Williams had 23 points for Renaissance Academy, which got 12
points each from Brian Beam and Justin Cook.
Notre Dame 63, St. Francis 61: St. Francis got 18 points from
Steve Polchow in Monday's Mission League road game.
Kevin Peterson and Ray McDonough had 15 and eight points,
respectively, for St. Francis (16-6, 4-5 in league).
Glendale 54, Arcadia 53: The Nitros had three players score in
double figures in Tuesday's Pacific League road victory.
Sophomores Lara Kadehjian and Melia Basavand led the way for
Glendale (6-16, 3-4 in league), scoring 15 and 12 points,
Eliz Donikyan added 12 points and 10 rebounds, and freshman Abish
Valdez finished with eight points and eight rebounds.
Pasadena 58, Crescenta Valley 55: The Bulldogs hit a three-pointer
at the buzzer, sending the Falcons to a heartbreaking Pacific League
loss Tuesday at home.
Stephanie Anderson had 12 points, Jennifer Becker had nine and