BURBANK — Most of the Crescenta Valley High boys' basketball players are in uncharted territory. That's not necessarily a terrible position to be in with plenty of starting spots up for grabs.
With the pending graduation of four key players who led the program to the state playoffs in March, players like Narbeh Grigorian are aware of what's at stake in looking to crack the starting lineup next season. Grigorian appears to have gotten a head start.
He finished with a team-high 13 points, including two three-pointers in the fourth quarter, to help Crescenta Valley rally for a 49-45 victory against Chatsworth on Thursday afternoon in a Burbank Summer League game at Burbank High.
"Right now, it's about you against the team and that's a good thing because that makes each other better," said Grigorian, a guard who played on the junior varsity team last season. "We like the head-to-head thing.