The Crescenta Valley High School varsity boys’ lacrosse team beat visiting Village Christian High of Sun Valley, 6-4, in a Gold Coast League game on Tuesday.
Senior Jake Mounougian registered two goals, one assist and two ground balls, junior Quincy Lunt tallied two goals, one assist and three ground balls, and sophomores Ephram Wright and Tegan Clark each scored once. Junior Matthew Kubela went 14-for-18 in save attempts, senior Damien Valdez finished with one assist and two ground balls, and senior Ethan Sheklow had one assist and one ground ball.
Junior Alex Lineses recorded three shots on goal, senior captain Anthony Gharapetian produced four ground balls and one shot on goal, and senior Dayton Wickerd had one shot on goal and two ground balls. Junior Nelson Lunt collected five ground balls while junior Daniel Briones posted four ground balls. Senior Parker Trillo had two ground balls while junior Xander Trinh and sophomore Josiah Noh each had one ground ball.
The Falcons previously picked up an 8-5 league victory at Viewpoint High in Calabasas. Lineses recorded two goals and one assist while Mounougian scored twice. Valdez and Sheklow each tallied one goal and one assist, Clark scored once, and Trillo registered one goal and five ground balls. Quincy Lunt was credited with a pair of assists while Kubela made eight saves. Wright produced three shots on goal and two ground balls, Nelson Lunt tallied four ground balls and one shot on goal, and Gharapetian collected three ground balls. Junior Elias Shammaa and Briones each had two ground balls while Quincy Lunt and Noh each had one ground ball.
Third-place CVHS (11-6 overall, 8-2 in league) will host Brentwood School of Los Angeles for its regular-season finale on April 27. The CIF-Southern Section playoff brackets will be released on Saturday, April 29, at 11 a.m.
The Nitros lost at Brentwood School in Los Angeles, 14-3, in a Gold Coast League game last Saturday. Individual statistics were not reported to the Glendale News-Press by the Glendale coaching staff.
Sixth-place Glendale (2-12 overall, 1-7 in league) will visit Brentwood School on Tuesday, April 25, at 4 p.m. before visiting Heritage Christian High in Northridge for its regular-season finale on April 27.
First published in the April 22 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.