First published in the Jan. 28 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.
The Glendale High School varsity girls’ basketball team defeated host Muir High in Pasadena, 51-33, in a Pacific League game on Tuesday.
Sophomore Christina Koshkerian racked up 14 points while junior captain Carmen Avedian and junior Sella Koshkerian each poured in 11 points. Junior Kalin Zadoori scored seven points, sophomore Pateel Krikorian finished with six points and senior captain Jane Bassil tallied two points.
The Nitros previously collected a forfeit victory over Pasadena.
Glendale, tied for third place in the standings with Arcadia, traveled to first-place Crescenta Valley yesterday; the game ended after the Glendale News-Press’ deadline and will be included in next week’s issue. The Nitros (17-6 overall, 7-4 in league) will visit Burbank for a league matchup on Tuesday, Jan. 31, before visiting intracity rival Hoover High for their regular-season finale on Thursday, Feb. 2.
The Falcons moved into sole possession of first in the Pacific League after defeating host Burroughs High in Burbank, 63-52, on Tuesday.
Junior Kylie Ray racked up 16 points while senior Taleen Krikorian and junior Lulu Arzoumanian each poured in 13 points. Senior Melissa Dayag scored seven points while senior Victoria Prochazka tallied six points. Senior Kristen Olavi and sophomore Darby Stayton each finished with four points while senior Aleek Zakarian had two points.
The Falcons lost their Dave Wilson Hoop Classic showcase game against Pioneer High of Whittier, 61-58, at Village Christian High in Sun Valley last Saturday. Ray poured in 15 points, Krikorian registered 12 points and Arzoumanian scored nine points. Dayag and Stayton each recorded six points, Olavi produced four points, and junior Natalie Shabazian, junior Tara Arouchian and Zakarian each had two points.
CVHS previously routed visiting Hoover High in a league matchup, 58-3. Olavi poured in 10 points while Krikorian tallied nine points. Prochazka registered six points, sophomore Keira Calaguas, Ray and Zakarian each finished with five points, and Dayag and Stayton each recorded four points. Senior Charlotte Foster and Arzoumanian each tallied three points while sophomore Ani Arouchian and Shabazian each posted two points.
Crescenta Valley (20-5 overall, 10-1 in league) hosted third-place Glendale yesterday; the game ended after the Glendale News-Press’ deadline and will be included in next week’s issue. The Falcons will host Muir High of Pasadena in a league matchup on Tuesday, Jan. 31, before hosting Arcadia in their regular-season finale on Thursday,
The Tornados lost a Pacific League game at Arcadia, 57-14, on Tuesday as sophomore Grace Mardiossian scored four points.
Hoover previously lost a league game at Crescenta Valley High, 58-3. Sophomore Iren Musayelyan recorded two points while junior Jayda Russ-Wheeler had one point.
The eighth-place Tornados traveled to fifth-place Burbank yesterday; the game ended after the Glendale News-Press’ deadline and will be included in next week’s issue. Hoover (0-17 overall, 0-11 in league) will visit Pasadena for a league matchup on Tuesday, Jan. 31, before hosting intracity rival Glendale for its regular-season finale on Thursday, Feb. 2.