The Crescenta Valley High School varsity boys’ lacrosse team lost to visiting Notre Dame High of Sherman Oaks, 12-9, in a Gold Coast League game on Tuesday.
Junior Quincy Lunt registered two goals, two ground balls and one assist, senior Damien Valdez tallied two goals and two ground balls, and junior Alex Lineses scored two goals. Sophomore Ephram Wright recorded one goal, one assist and one ground ball, sophomore Rory Campbell produced one goal and one assist, and senior Dayton Wickerd scored once.
Senior Jake Mounougian was credited with an assist while sophomore Samuel Gore had one shot on goal. Junior Matthew Kubela racked up 21 saves, junior Nelson Lunt collected six ground balls and senior Parker Trillo finished with four ground balls. Sophomore Andrew Peterson won five face-offs and added two ground balls while junior Elias Shammaa had two ground balls. Sophomore Josiah Noh had one ground ball while senior Kellar Black won a pair of face-offs.
The Falcons previously lost a nonleague game at Crean Lutheran High in Irvine, 16-3. Mounougian scored a pair of goals while Lineses registered two assists and two ground balls. Sophomore Tegan Clark scored once while Quincy Lunt was credited with one assist. Senior Ethan Sheklow recorded three shots on goal and two ground balls, Wright and Valdez each had two shots on target, and Nelson Lunt finished with six ground balls and one shot on goal. Kubela made seven saves with two ground balls while Trillo produced four ground balls. Senior captain Anthony Gharapetian and Shammaa each tallied two ground balls while Noh had one ground ball and one face-off win. Peterson won five face-offs and added one ground ball while Quincy Lunt, Gore and Wickerd each had one ground ball.
CVHS (7-5 overall, 5-1 in league) will visit Brentwood School in Los Angeles for a league game on Monday, April 10, at 4:45 p.m. before hosting Heritage Christian High of Northridge on April 11.
The Nitros recently lost a pair of games against Village Christian High of Sun Valley, 10-5, and Notre Dame High in Sherman Oaks, 21-0. Individual statistics were not reported to the Glendale News-Press by the Glendale coaching staff.
Glendale (2-9 overall, 1-5 in league) will visit La Cañada for a league game on Tuesday, April 11, at 4:30 p.m. before visiting Brentwood School in Los Angeles on April 15.
First published in the April 8 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.