The Crescenta Valley High School varsity girls’ basketball team won its ninth consecutive game after beating visiting Burroughs High of Burbank 59-36 in a Pacific League contest on Jan. 23 as senior Kylie Ray racked up 25 points.
Junior Keira Calaguas poured in 10 points, while junior Darby Stayton and freshman Yashvi Ahir each scored eight points. Freshman Ava Gharib tallied four points, while junior Tsoler Nalbandian and freshman Lylah Dunlavey each had two points.
The Falcons defeated San Dimas 49-43 in a Village Christian Showcase game on Jan. 20.
Ray contributed 15 points, six rebounds, five assists and one steal, Calaguas poured in 13 points with five steals, four rebounds and one assist, and Stayton produced 10 points, nine rebounds, two steals and one assist. Freshman Anik Nortikyan registered 18 rebounds, six points and two blocks, while freshman Kelin Shajanian scored five points. Ahir collected two rebounds and one assist, Gharib finished with two rebounds, and Dunlavey had one block and one assist.
Crescenta Valley picked up an 80-23 league victory at Hoover High in Glendale on Jan. 19.
Ahir poured in 11 points with three steals, two rebounds, two assists and one block, while Ray registered 11 points, three rebounds, two steals, two assists and one block. Shajanian tallied eight points, four assists, three rebounds and one steal, Calaguas contributed eight points, four steals, three rebounds, three assists and one block, and Dunlavey produced seven points, two steals, two rebounds and two assists. Sophomore Amelia Parmentier recorded six points, three steals, two rebounds and one assist, while freshman Teny Hovsepian chipped in six points, two rebounds, two assists and one steal. Nortikyan finished with 11 rebounds, five points, three steals and two assists, while sophomore Mila Hairapetian dished out five points, two rebounds and one assist. Gharib collected six rebounds, four points, one block and one steal, while Stayton notched three points, two rebounds and one block. Junior Estella Aydin had two points, two rebounds, two assists and one steal, freshman Emma Hovsepian had two points, two steals and two rebounds, and Nalbandian had three rebounds, two points and one assist.
The first-place Falcons (18-6 overall, 11-0 in league) will host Glendale for a league game on Jan. 30 at 6:45 p.m. before visiting Arcadia on Feb. 1.
The Nitros picked up a 55-38 Pacific League victory at Arcadia on Jan. 23 as senior captain Sella Koshkerian posted a double-double with 14 rebounds, 13 points, two blocks, two steals and two assists.
Senior captain Carmen Avedian poured in 16 points with three assists, two steals and one rebound, while junior Christina Koshkerian registered 12 points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals. Senior Kalin Zadoori tallied seven points, six rebounds, two steals, one block and one assist, while junior Natalia Andriassian contributed six rebounds, two points, one steal and one assist. Junior Pateel Krikorian chipped in three points and two rebounds, while senior Michelle Mirzakhanian recorded two points and one rebound. Freshman Leah Davidian collected two rebounds, while junior Aleek Khanamerian had one steal and one assist.
Glendale posted a 54-43 league victory over visiting Muir High of Pasadena on Jan. 19. Individual statistics were not reported to the Glendale News-Press.
The Nitros (16-7, 8-3) will visit Crescenta Valley High for a league game on Jan. 30 at 6:45 p.m. before hosting Hoover High for their regular-season finale on Feb. 1.
The Tornados lost at Muir High in Pasadena 69-28 in a Pacific League game on Jan. 23.
Junior Iren Musayelyan poured in 11 points, while freshman Aya Ter-Martirosyan scored six points. Junior Grace Mardirossian tallied four points, sophomore Michelle Cline chipped in three points, and sophomore Marjorie McClain and freshman Aleena Kalanjian each had two points.
Hoover suffered an 80-23 league loss against visiting Crescenta Valley High on Jan. 19.
Musayelyan recorded eight points, while McClain contributed seven points. Mardirossian registered four points, while Kalanjian finished with two points.
The Tornados (1-15, 0-11) will host Burbank for a league game on Jan. 30 at 6:45 p.m. before visiting Glendale for their regular-season finale on Feb. 1.
First published in the January 27 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.