Hoover finishes 1-20 and 0-14 in the Pacific League for eighth place.
•Jan. 18 — The girls' soccer team battles to a scoreless home tie against rival Glendale.
"We played well in the first half and then they played well in the second half," Hoover Coach Donal Kennedy said. "I thought it was a pretty decent game."
Hoover winds up 4-11-2, 1-10-2 in league for seventh place.
•Feb. 2 — The school's girls' water polo team concludes the regular season with a 13-0 Pacific League defeat against cross-town rival Glendale. Hoover finishes 0-9, 0-6 in league for seventh place.
•Feb. 10 — Hoover's boys' basketball team finishes its season with a 59-46 Pacific league defeat against cross-town rival Glendale.
"We just decided we had to come out for our last game and push it out, no regrets," said Hoover's Aden Ziraki, who scores 12 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, including a pair of free throws to cut the Nitros' lead to 49-46 with 2:20 left. "Honestly, I thought we were coming home with a victory."
The boys' soccer team concludes its campaign with a 1-1 Pacific League home tie against Glendale. Argian Haghoubian scores for Hoover, which places 6-19, 2-12 in league for seventh place.
•March 3 — The boys' tennis team picks up an 11-7 Pacific League victory against Crescenta Valley. The Tornadoes get sweeps from Oleg Simonyan (6-2, 6-2, 6-2) and Ejmin Mehranian (7-5, 6-4, 6-3).
•March 17 — In a Pacific League-opening dual meet against visiting Pasadena, Alex Mikhailpoor shines the brightest for the Hoover boys' track and field team. Mikhailpoor wins two individual events and then anchors a relay win to give the Tornadoes a 68-50 victory against Pasadena.
In the girls' portion of the meet, Hoover falls, 70 2/3-42 1/3, though distance runner Ramas wins a pair of races.