First published in the Jan. 28 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.
The Crescenta Valley High School varsity girls’ water polo team lost to visiting Arcadia, 10-2, in a Pacific League encounter on Wednesday.
Senior Mayda Hartounian registered one goal and two steals while junior Gianna Double scored once. Junior Miranda Graham finished with 13 saves, senior Sydney Lansang collected three steals and sophomore Ani Thomasian had one steal.
The Falcons previously defeated visiting Hoover High in a league game, 6-1. Graham racked up 15 saves while Thomasian scored a pair of goals. Lansang and Double each recorded one goal and one steal, senior Izzy Nolte and Hartounian each had one goal, and senior Ann Donohoe posted a pair of steals.
Third-place CVHS (8-13 overall, 5-2 in league) will compete in the league prelims at Arcadia High School on Tuesday, Jan. 31.
The Tornados edged visiting rival Glendale, 5-4, in a Pacific League game on Wednesday. Hoover previously lost a league game at Crescenta Valley High, 6-1. Individual statistics were not reported by the Hoover coaching staff.
Hoover, tied for fourth place in the standings with Muir and Glendale, will take a 3-4 league record (6-11 overall) into the prelims at Arcadia on Tuesday, Jan. 31.
The Nitros were edged at intracity rival Hoover High, 5-4, in a Pacific League game on Wednesday.
Glendale competed in the Lady Warrior Classic last weekend and finished with a 2-2 record. The Nitros collected wins against Chaparral High of Temecula, 8-4, and Flintridge Prep of La Cañada Flintridge, 9-8, but suffered a pair of losses against Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy of La Cañada Flintridge, 20-6, and Temescal Canyon High of Lake Elsinore, 14-7.
Glendale previously picked up a 12-5 league victory at Muir High in Pasadena. Individual statistics were not reported to the Glendale News-Press.
The Nitros, tied for fourth place in the standings with Muir and Hoover, will take a 3-4 league record (12-15 overall) into the prelims at Arcadia High School on Tuesday, Jan. 31.