First published in the Dec. 29 print issue of the Pasadena Outlook.
The La Salle College Preparatory varsity girls’ water polo team recently competed in the Corona Invitational and finished with a 2-2 record.
The Lancers edged Temecula Valley, 9-8, as senior Monica Villasenor produced 11 saves, one steal and one assist. Sophomore Grace Kachmarsky registered three goals, one assist and one steal, sophomore River Lee collected seven steals, four assists and two goals, and senior Audrey Turner finished with two goals, four steals and one assist. Junior Raquel Sanchez recorded four steals, one goal and one assist, junior Cameron Turner posted four steals and one goal, and senior Maya Magluyan had one assist and one steal.
La Salle defeated Norco, 6-4, in a tournament game. Kachmarsky registered six goals and one steal while Villasenor racked up 17 saves and two assists. Lee finished with seven steals and one assist, Sanchez recorded five steals and one assist, and Cameron Turner posted three steals and one assist. Magluyan had two steals while senior Zoe Thomas tallied one steal.
The Lancers lost a tournament game against Valley View High of Moreno Valley, 13-4. Kachmarsky finished with four goals and four steals while Villasenor posted 12 saves, seven steals and one assist. Cameron Turner collected five steals and three assists while Lee posted five steals. Sanchez recorded two steals while senior Chloe Gao, junior Fernanda Martinez, junior Mia Ocampo and Magluyan had one steal.
La Salle lost a tournament game against Portola High of Irvine, 17-10. Lee racked up five goals, two assists and two steals while Kachmarsky tallied three goals and two assists. Cameron Turner finished with two goals and one steal while Villasenor posted 14 saves, three assists and one steal. Magluyan collected six steals, Sanchez produced five steals and sophomore Matea Cepielik had one steal.
The Lancers (6-5 overall, 2-0 in league) will resume Prep League action at Brentwood School in Los Angeles on Thursday, Jan. 5, at 4 p.m.
The Wolves defeated host Westridge School in Pasadena, 12-4, in a Prep League game. Goalie Dahlia Kamins racked up 16 saves while Nico Seaver and Naomi Cohen each recorded three goals. Sarah Iturbe and Alex Thein each scored a pair of goals while Kateline Kinne and Victoria Barry each added one goal.
Flintridge Prep previously crushed visiting Monrovia in a nonleague game, 16-5. Seaver tallied five goals while Kamins posted 13 saves. Thein and Cohen each registered three goals, Kinne and Iturbe each produced a pair of goals, and Sam Bonk had one goal.
The Wolves (6-5 overall, 2-1 in league) will return to action by hosting Pasadena in a nonleague game on Thursday, Jan. 5, at 3:30 p.m.
The Tigers recently lost a Prep League game at Flintridge Prep in La Cañada Flintridge, 12-4. Freshman Skye Inal scored three goals while freshman Josephine Wong had one goal.
Westridge previously edged visiting Mayfield Senior in a league game, 11-10, as Inal recorded a game-high six goals. Junior Emery Fishbach and sophomore Margaret Northrop each tallied a pair of goals while Wong added one goal.
The Tigers (2-5 overall, 1-3 in league) will resume league action by hosting Brentwood School of Los Angeles at Alhambra Park on Tuesday, Jan. 3, at 4 p.m.
The Cubs narrowly lost a Prep League game at Westridge School, 11-10.
Junior Maggie Mazurek and sophomore Olivia Laguna each registered three goals while senior Tillie VanAken and junior Izzy Rizzi each added a pair of goals.
Mayfield Senior previously picked up a victory via forfeit against Palos Verdes Chadwick the day after the Westridge game.
The Cubs (4-7 overall, 1-2 in league) will resume league action at Polytechnic on Wednesday, Jan. 4, at 3:30 p.m.
The Panthers recently won the Holiday in the Hills tournament and finished with a spotless 4-0 record.
Poly defeated Charter Oak High of Covina, 23-12, in a tournament game, as senior Liz Fogassa amassed a game-high 11 goals. Senior Tonanxochitl Ortega racked up six goals, junior Natalie Vincent and sophomore Ani Hovsepyan each tallied three goals, and freshman Georgia Collister recorded nine saves.
The Panthers edged Sonora High of La Habra, 15-14, in a tournament game, as Fogassa posted a game-high nine goals. Ortega registered four goals, Vincent and freshman Mikayla Chan each scored one goal, and Collister had five saves.
Poly beat Upland, 10-5, on the first day of tournament action. Fogassa finished with a game-high nine goals while Hovsepyan had one goal.
The Panthers previously opened tournament play with a 15-8 victory over Montclair.
Poly (8-3 overall, 2-0 in league) will resume Prep League action by hosting Mayfield Senior on Wednesday, Jan. 4, at 3:30 p.m.
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The Tologs have been idle since routing host Mayfield Senior of Pasadena, 21-1, in a nonleague game on Dec. 9.
FSHA (11-0 overall) will host Westridge School of Pasadena in a nonleague game on Thursday, Jan. 5, at 3:30 p.m.