The Crescenta Valley High School varsity girls’ basketball team defeated visiting King High of Riverside 73-51 in its CIF Southern Section Division I opener on Feb. 8. Individual statistics were not reported to the Glendale News-Press.
The Falcons concluded the regular season and Pacific League play with a 77-32 victory at Arcadia on Feb. 1 to capture their third consecutive league title.
Senior Kylie Ray poured in 16 points with five rebounds, five assists and two steals, freshman Yashvi Ahir registered 15 points, two steals and two rebounds, and freshman Anik Nortikyan tallied 12 points, six rebounds and one block. Freshman Kelin Shajanian recorded eight points, four assists, two rebounds and one steal, freshman Ava Gharib contributed six points, two rebounds and one steal, and junior Darby Stayton produced eight rebounds, six points, two blocks and one assist. Junior Keira Calaguas chipped in five points, four assists, three rebounds and one steal, sophomore Amelia Parmentier notched four points, two rebounds and one assist, and junior Tsoler Nalbandian finished with four rebounds, two points and one assist. Freshman Emma Hovsepian had two steals, two assists and one rebound, freshman Lylah Dunlavey collected three rebounds and one assist, and freshman Teny Hovsepian was credited with one steal.
Crescenta Valley (23-6 overall) will visit Brentwood School in Los Angeles (20-8 overall) for its CIF second-round game on Feb. 10.
The Nitros lost at Summit 47-35 in their CIF Southern Section Division III-AA opener on Feb. 8. Individual statistics were not reported to the Glendale News-Press.
Glendale ended the regular season and Pacific League play with a 51-15 victory over visiting Hoover High on Feb. 1.
Senior Sella Koshkerian poured in 13 points, while junior Christina Koshkerian scored 10 points. Junior Pateel Krikorian finished with seven points, while senior Carmen Avedian tallied five points. Senior Kalin Zadoori recorded four points, senior Pateel Koshkerian drained a 3-pointer and senior Michelle Mirzakhanian chipped in two points.
The Nitros finished the campaign tied for third in league with a 9-5 record (17-10 overall).
The Tornados lost at Glendale 51-15 in their regular season and Pacific League finale on Feb. 1.
Junior Grace Mardirossian scored five points, freshman Aya Ter-Martirosyan chipped in four points, and sophomore Meylin Perez, sophomore Michelle Cline and freshman Aleena Kalanjian each contributed two points.
Hoover finished the campaign eighth in league with an 0-14 (1-18 overall).
First published in the February 10 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.