First published in the Jan. 28 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.
The Glendale High School varsity boys’ soccer team tied visiting Muir High of Pasadena, 2-2, in a Pacific League game on Tuesday.
Senior captain Andrey Simonyan and junior Edgar Naghdalyan each scored one goal while junior Kevin Anjunyan was credited with a pair of assists.
The Nitros previously blanked visiting Pasadena in a league matchup, 3-0. Senior Mateo Grasso registered one goal and one assist, Anjunyan and Naghdalyan each produced one goal, and junior Hani Ahmadie and Simonyan each had one assist.
Second-place Glendale (10-2-2 overall, 7-2-2 in league) will host Burbank on Tuesday, Jan. 31, before visiting intracity rival Hoover for its regular-season finale on Thursday, Feb. 2.
The Falcons extended their winning streak to a season-best 10 games after recently picking up a pair of Pacific League home victories against Burroughs High of Burbank, 5-1, and Hoover High, 6-0. Individual statistics were not reported to the Glendale News-Press.
CVHS hasn’t lost on the pitch since being shut out by La Salle College Preparatory of Pasadena during a tournament game in December. Since then, the Falcons have collected 10 straight victories including seven via a shutout.
First-place Crescenta Valley (17-1 overall, 11-0 in league) will visit seventh-place Muir High in Pasadena for a league matchup on Tuesday, Jan. 31, before hosting Arcadia in its regular-season finale on Thursday, Feb. 2.
The Tornados dropped a Pacific League game against visiting Arcadia, 3-1, on Tuesday.
Hoover recently lost to Grant High of Van Nuys, 2-0, and against powerhouse Crescenta Valley, 6-0. The Tornados previously collected a win via forfeit against Panorama City. Individual statistics were not reported to the Glendale News-Press by the Hoover coaching staff.
Eighth-place Hoover visited third-place Burbank yesterday; the game ended after the Glendale News-Press’ deadline and will be included in next week’s issue.
The Tornados (4-14-2 overall, 2-8-1 in league) will host Pasadena for a league matchup on Tuesday, Jan. 31, before hosting intracity rival Glendale for their regular-season finale on Thursday, Feb. 2.