First published in the Jan. 12 print issue of the Pasadena Outlook.
The Flintridge Prep varsity boys’ basketball team defeated visiting Price High in Los Angeles, 45-31, in a nonleague game on Saturday.
Senior Geoffrey Stetson poured in 16 points while junior Henry Morrison registered 13 points. Senior Andrew Jordan scored five points, senior Theo Kuo tallied four points, junior Will Bigby sank a 3-pointer and senior Marvin Furuta had two points.
Flintridge Prep recently competed in the South Pasadena Tournament and finished as gold bracket runner-up after losing to Crescenta Valley High of La Crescenta, 53-46, in the championship game. Jordan racked up 16 points while Morrison poured in 13 points. Stetson scored nine points while Furuta and Kuo each had four points.
The Wolves extended their win streak to three games after beating Palmdale in a tournament game, 67-40. Senior Caleb Bowne recorded a team-high 20 points, including six 3-pointers. Morrison tallied 11 points while Jordan finished with nine points. Kuo scored five points, senior Jack Jones produced four points, Furuta had three points and junior Noah Willingham posted two points.
Flintridge Prep defeated Burroughs High of Burbank, 61-39, on the second day of the tournament as Morrison racked up 20 points. Stetson recorded 11 points, Bowne tallied eight points and junior Steven Ng drained a pair of threes. Jordan and Jones each scored four points while freshman Owen Willingham sank a 3-pointer. Senior Chris Fung and Bigby each finished with two points while Kuo had one point.
The Wolves previously won their tournament opener over El Camino Real High of Woodland Hills, 57-36, as Ng had a team-high 14 points, including four 3-pointers. Bigby poured in 10 points, Bowne sank three 3-pointers and Morrison scored eight points. Meanwhile, Kuo, Stetson, Jones and Fung each added four points.
Flintridge Prep (13-5 overall, 2-0 in league) will resume Prep League play against visiting Providence High of Burbank on Friday, Jan. 13, at 7:30 p.m.
The Golden Knights narrowly lost to Crean Lutheran High of Irvine, 66-63, in a nonleague game on Saturday as senior captain Jackson Mosley racked up 24 points, three steals, one rebound and one assist.
Senior George Tupy poured in 12 points with four boards, two steals and two assists while senior captain Luke McGrath registered 12 points, two steals and two assists. Senior Brandin Dantzler tallied eight points, 11 rebounds, six assists and one block while sophomore Mazi Mosley finished with five points, three boards and one steal. Sophomore Joe Hickey collected two rebounds and one assist while junior Ethan Childs had one board.
St. Francis defeated visiting Crespi High of Encino, 48-42, in its Mission League opener last Friday as Jackson Mosley recorded 21 points, three rebounds, one steal and one assist. Tupy produced nine points, one board and one assist, Dantzler tallied six points, 13 rebounds, five assists and two steals, and McGrath sank a pair of threes with two boards and two assists. Mazi Mosley finished with two points, four rebounds and one block, junior Greg Gazarian scored two points and Hickey had one assist.
SFHS defeated visiting El Camino Real High of Woodland Hills, 66-48, in a nonleague game last Wednesday. Mazi Mosley racked up 14 points, including four 3-pointers, with nine boards and two assists, Jackson Mosley registered 12 points, two assists and one rebound, and Tupy poured in 11 points, five boards and one steal. McGrath finished with eight points, four assists and three rebounds, Hickey tallied five points and six boards, and Childs produced five points and one rebound. Dantzler scored four points with six boards, five assists and two steals, Gazarian posted four points and two assists, and senior Kj Fulgencio drained a 3-pointer. Junior Kennedy Mitchell-Egbo collected three rebounds, junior Chris Kalachian had one board and junior Jeremiah Su had one steal.
St. Francis recently competed in the Classic at Damien in La Verne and finished with 50-36 loss against St. Anthony High of Long Beach in its tournament finale. Tupy poured in 11 points with three rebounds, two assists and one steal, Mazi Mosley registered six points, four boards, one block and one assist.
The Golden Knights narrowly lost to Campbell Hall High of North Hollywood, 55-52, in a tournament game as Dantzler posted a double-double for a second straight game with 11 points, 10 boards, three assists and one steal. Jackson Mosley racked up 14 points, three rebounds, two assists, one block and one steal, Mazi Mosley scored 11 points, including three 3-pointers, with three boards, one steal and one assist, and Tupy poured in 12 points with four rebounds and one assist.
St. Francis defeated George Washington Prep of Los Angeles in a tournament game, 48-40, as Dantzler registered a double-double with 10 points, 11 boards, six assists, four blocks and three steals. Jackson Mosley posted a team-high 15 points with four rebounds and one assist, Tupy poured in 12 points with three rebounds, three assists and one steal, and Mazi Mosley tallied seven points and seven boards.
The Golden Knights previously defeated Hillcrest High of Riverside, 52-48, in their Classic at Damien opener. Senior captain Jackson Mosley racked up a team-high 21 points, sophomore Mazi Mosley poured in 14 points, and senior Brandin Dantzler tallied seven points, eight rebounds and two blocks.
SFHS (15-5 overall, 1-0 in league) will visit Chaminade High in West Hills for a league game on Friday, Jan. 13, at 7 p.m. before battling Windward High of Los Angeles in a nonleague game on Monday, Jan. 16.
The Minutemen picked up its first Olympic League victory last Friday by beating visiting Valley Christian High of Cerritos, 65-55. Individual statistics were not reported to the Pasadena Outlook.
The Minutemen lost at Village Christian High in Sun Valley, 75-46, in their league opener last Tuesday. Senior captain Terrence Hampton racked up 17 points, five rebounds and three assists while senior Alec Smith poured in 14 points with six boards, two steals and one assist. Sophomore Chris Smith registered six points and two rebounds while senior Daniel Nwabudike tallied four points and two steals. Sophomore Reese Song recorded two points, two steals and two boards while sophomore Jahmir Hampton scored three points. Sophomore Nicholas Khatchikian collected seven assists and three steals, senior Zain Mahmood finished with four rebounds, and junior Maddox Kiyohara and sophomore Kaden Anderson two and one assists, respectively.
Maranatha recently competed in the South Pasadena Tournament and finished with a 46-38 loss against Providence High of Burbank. Terrence Hampton poured in 13 points with six boards, five assists, two steals and one block, Alec Smith registered 10 points and five rebounds, and Khatchikian tallied eight points, 10 boards and two assists. Mahmood finished with five points, two rebounds, one steal and one assist while Chris Smith produced two points, one board and one assist. Nwabudike collected two rebounds, one block and one assist while Jahmir Hampton had one board.
Maranatha collected a 68-63 victory over Calabasas in a tournament game as three Minutemen produced double-doubles. Khatchikian racked up a double-double with 25 points, 10 rebounds, three assists and two steals, Alec Smith posted a double-double with 15 points, 11 boards and one block, and Terrence Hampton registered a double-double with 14 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, one block and one steal. Mahmood tallied eight points, one board and one assist, Nwabudike finished with five points and three rebounds, and Kiyohara scored one point. Anderson collected two boards, Song produced two assists and Jahmir Hampton had one steal.
The Minutemen lost a tournament game against Taft High of Woodland Hills, 76-60, as Terrence Hampton posted a double-double with 21 points, 10 rebounds and four assists. Khatchikian poured in 13 points with six boards, one steal and one assist while Alec Smith registered nine points and 11 rebounds. Nwabudike scored eight points with four boards while Song tallied seven points, three steals and one rebound. Mahmood finished with two points and one board while junior Noah Kim had two steals.
Maranatha previously opened the SPHS Tournament with a 73-48 victory over South East High of South Gate. Alec Smith scored a team-high 19 points with six rebounds, Khatchikian racked up 16 points, nine boards, five steals and two assists, and Terrence Hampton poured in 10 points with eight rebounds and two assists. Senior Owen Kirk registered eight points and three boards while Chris Smith tallied six points, five rebounds and four assists. Song finished with four points and three boards while Nwabudike produced four points and two rebounds. Mahmood recorded two points and five boards, Kim had two points, four rebounds and one assist, and Jahmir Hampton collected two boards, one steal and one assist.
The Minutemen (10-9 overall, 1-1 in league) will visit Whittier Christian High in La Habra for a league game on Friday, Jan. 13, at 7:30 p.m.
The Panthers competed in the Huntington Park Tournament last week and finished with a narrow 53-52 loss against Bravo High of Los Angeles as senior Justin Odibo scored a team-high 34 points.
Poly defeated Manual Arts High of Los Angeles, 70-46, in a tournament game last Thursday. Odibo poured in 13 points, senior Nick Cardenas and junior Cole Mallinger each registered 11 points, and sophomore Jackson Braithwaite and freshman Diego Scholze each finished with 10 points. Junior Justin Wang tallied six points, junior Bobby Hall scored five points and sophomore Justice Cart had four points.
The Panthers beat North Hollywood, 61-50, in a tournament game last Tuesday as Odibo amassed a game-high 34 points. Wang registered 11 points while Mallinger scored eight points. Hall recorded five points, Scholze produced two points and Cardenas had one point.
Poly previously opened tournament action with a 67-52 loss against Hamilton High of Los Angeles as Odibo racked up 29 points. Wang scored 13 points, Mallinger and Braithwaite each finished with three points, and Scholze and Hall each had two points.
The Panthers (11-6 overall) will open their Prep League schedule by hosting Rio Hondo Prep of Arcadia on Friday, Jan. 13, at 6:30 p.m.
The Lancers narrowly lost to visiting Bishop Amat High of La Puente, 53-51, in a Camino Real league game last Friday. La Salle opened league with a 79-44 loss to Paraclete High in Lancaster last Wednesday.
The Lancers recently competed in the South Pasadena Tournament and finished with a 2-2 record. La Salle collected victories over Sylmar, 74-57, and Kennedy High of Granada Hills, 55-44, but lost to El Camino Real High of Woodland Hills, 64-50, and Burroughs High of Burbank, 73-68. Individual statistics were not reported to the Pasadena Outlook.
The Lancers (7-10 overall, 1-1 in league) will host Cathedral High of Los Angeles in a league game on Friday, Jan. 13, at 7 p.m. before visiting Salesian High in Los Angeles for a league matchup on Wednesday, Jan. 18.