Sports Roundup: Flintridge Prep boys' volleyball picks up key Prep League road win

April 10, 2014|From Staff Reports


Flintridge Prep 3, Pasadena Poly 0: Despite a strong challenge from the host Panthers, the Rebels secured a 25-20, 29-27, 27-25 Prep League victory on Thursday afternoon.

Sophomore outside hitter Dante Fergoso led the Rebels (11-4, 3-0 in league) in victory by scoring a match-high 26 kills and tallying 19 digs.


Rebels senior middle blocker Trip Westmoreland totaled 13 kills and six blocks, while Kyle Law added 11 kills and 19 digs and libero Zack Picker finished with 10 digs.

“The league is a lot closer this year than it’s been in previous years,” Rebels Coach Sean Beattie said. “I expected a battle here like I expect one against Chadwick next Tuesday.”


Glendale 7, Arcadia 5: Led by a clutch go-ahead three-run double by Alex Howard, the Nitros won their Pacific League home game on Thursday.

Howard also pitched the first two inning and allowed a run, while Jordan Lousararian got the win with five innings of work having allowing two earned runs.

“The girls rebounded beautifully from a tough loss earlier in the week,” said Glendale Coach Greg Martin in reference to a 10-0 loss to Crescenta Valley on Tuesday. “They really showed resilience and grit today. I am very proud of them.”

Sammy Fabian had two hits and a pair of runs, while Sophie Georges had a two-run single in the fourth.

Glendale is now 10-3 and 2-2 in league.

Pasadena Poly 9, Flintridge Prep 4: The Rebels fell Thursday in a Prep League game. Flintridge Prep (3-10, 0-5 in league) received a double and an RBI from Julie Yi.

San Gabriel Mission 6, Holy Family 4: Errors did in the Gaels in Horizon League action as the squad allowed four unearned runs and fell at the Glendale Sports Complex.

Junior Ginnes Paladini went three for four with two homers, a double, two RBI and two runs scored, while sophomore Mariah Rodriguez connected on three bunt singles and scored two runs.

Pitcher Amy Brennan tossed seven innings and allowed six runs (two earned) with seven hits.

“We were close, but mistakes killed us,” Gaels Coach Burt Ogata said.

Holy Family (2-8, 1-2) heads into spring break and won’t be back in action until May 1.


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