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Ray Shines as Crescenta Valley Routs Pasadena

The Crescenta Valley High School varsity girls’ basketball team opened Pacific League action with an 81-52 victory at Pasadena on Dec. 5, as senior Kylie Ray filled the stat sheet with 24 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and six steals.
“The team is playing together led by Kylie,” Crescenta Valley coach Michael Flot told the Glendale News-Press. “It is beautiful to watch this team play together.”
Junior Keira Calaguas registered 12 points, nine steals, six rebounds four blocks and two assists, while sophomore Amelia Parmentier tallied 12 points, four rebounds and one steal. Freshman Kelin Shajanian contributed nine points, two assists and one rebound, while junior Darby Stayton finished with nine points and three rebounds. Freshman Anik Nortikyan recorded six points, four rebounds, one block and one assist, while freshman Lylah Dunlavey chipped in four points and three rebounds. Freshman Teny Hovsepian had two points, one steal, one assist and one rebound, freshman Yashvi Ahir scored two points with one rebound, and freshman Emma Hovsepian had one point, one rebound and one assist. Freshman Ava Gharib collected four rebounds, one steal and one assist, while junior Estella Aydin was credited with two assists and one rebound.
The Falcons narrowly lost to St. Mary’s Academy of Inglewood 71-69 in their Westside Challenge finale on Dec. 1 as Ray finished with 26 points, 11 rebounds, six assists and five steals.
Calaguas registered 11 points, six rebounds, four steals, two blocks and one assist, while Shajanian tallied 10 points and three rebounds. Stayton recorded eight points, seven rebounds and one assist, Gharib produced six points, three rebounds and two blocks, and Ahir finished with six rebounds and five points. Parmentier chipped in two points, one steal and one rebound, Nortikyan contributed eight rebounds, one block, one point and one assist, and junior Tsoler Nalbandian had one rebound.
Crescenta Valley (3-2 overall, 1-0 in league) will host Hoover High for a league game on Dec. 12 at 6:45 p.m. before visiting Burroughs High in Burbank on Dec. 15.


Glendale High School senior Sella Koshkerian was named to the San Marino all-tournament team.

The Nitros lost at Burroughs High in Burbank 58-26 in their Pacific League opener on Dec. 5.
Glendale finished second in the Silver Division after losing to Millikan High of Long Beach 41-34 in its San Marino Tournament finale on Dec. 2. The Nitros topped La Cañada 50-47 the day before. Senior Sella Koshkerian was named to the all-tournament team. Individual statistics were not reported to the Glendale News-Press.
The Nitros (6-3, 0-1) will visit Muir High in Pasadena for a league game on Dec. 12 at 6:45 p.m. before hosting Arcadia on Dec. 15.

The Tornados lost at Arcadia 68-13 in their Pacific League opener on Dec. 5.
Sophomore Marjorie McClain scored six points, while sophomore Yeva Awades chipped in three points. Freshman Aleena Kalanijan tallied two points, while junior Iren Musayekyan and sophomore Michelle Cline each had one point.
Hoover lost to San Bernardino 58-36 in its Rosemead Tournament finale on Dec. 2, as Musayekyan finished with 12 points.
Cline contributed eight points, McClain registered five points, and junior Emily Aghazarian and freshman Aya Ter-Martirosyan each had one point.
The Tornados lost to Alhambra 52-18 in a tournament game on Dec. 1.
Cline recorded five points, while Aghazarian scored four points. Freshman Houry Badrosian, Ter-Martirosyan, McClain and Musayekyan each chipped in two points, while Kalanijan tallied one point.
Hoover (1-5, 0-1) will visit Crescenta Valley High for a league game on Dec. 12 at 6:45 p.m. before hosting Muir High of Pasadena on Dec. 15.

First published in the December 9 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.

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