The Crescenta Valley High School varsity girls’ lacrosse team recently competed in the Gold Coast Invitational and finished with a 2-0 record to extend its season-best winning streak to five games.
The Falcons defeated West Ranch High of Valencia, 10-6, as sophomore Camden Ballard registered three goals. Senior captain Brianne Ballard tallied two goals and one assist, senior Ashlyn Burton and sophomore Kaylani Parker each finished with two goals, and senior Shari Park scored once.
CVHS narrowly beat Dos Pueblos High of Goleta, 6-4, in their invitational opener as Camden Ballard scored a pair of goals. Brianne Ballard tallied one goal and two assists, Park finished with one goal and one assist, and Burton and Parker each produced one goal.
The Falcons recently picked up a convincing 18-8 nonleague victory over visiting Notre Dame High of Sherman Oaks as Camden Ballard racked up seven goals and two assists. Brianne Ballard registered three goals and three assists while senior Stephanie Voskanian tallied three goals. Park had one goal and one assist while sophomore Kaily Kim, sophomore Hannah Yi, Burton and Parker each had one goal.
Crescenta Valley previously routed visiting Hart High of Newhall in a nonleague game, 16-3. Camden Ballard recorded two goals and three assists while Brianne Ballard tallied two goals and one assist. Sophomore Ashley Giboney, Kim and Parker each scored a pair of goals, junior Audrey Chung tallied one goal and one assist, and junior Chloe Schroeder, Voskanian, Burton, Park and Yi each had one goal.
CVHS (8-2 overall) will host Mira Costa High of Manhattan Beach for a nonleague game on Monday, March 27, at 4 p.m. before hosting Chaminade High of West Hills on March 30.
The Nitros recently competed in the Laguna Hills Tournament and finished with an 0-3 record.
Glendale lost to Huntington Beach, 18-6, Vista Murrieta, 15-11, and Peninsula High of Rolling Hills Estates, 12-6. Individual statistics were not reported to the Glendale News-Press by the Glendale coaching staff.
The Nitros (2-7 overall) will visit Mira Costa High in Manhattan Beach for a nonleague game on Wednesday, March 29, at 4 p.m. before visiting Tustin on April 4.
First published in the March 25 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.