First published in the Feb. 9 print issue of the Pasadena Outlook.
The Flintridge Prep varsity girls’ soccer team rousted visiting Providence High of Burbank, 11-0, in its Prep League and regular season finale last Wednesday as senior Sage Shurman amassed five goals and one assist.
Senior Presley Nevadomsky registered a hat trick with one assist, senior Chayse Ying posted one goal and four assists, and seniors Miranda Thomson and Nadya LaMarr each tallied one goal and one assist. Meanwhile, sophomore Dagny Marion, sophomore Valentina Mancilla and freshman Juliet Oberley were each credited with an assist.
The Wolves shut out host Mayfield Senior, 3-0, to secure an outright league title last Monday. Mancilla recorded a pair of goals, Nevadomsky scored once, and freshman Scarlett Coombes, Ying and LaMarr each had one assist.
Flintridge Prep recently blanked host Polytechnic in a league game, 7-0. Ying registered three goals and two assists while Coombes tallied two goals and one assist. Shurman finished with one goal and two assists, Mancilla scored once, and LaMarr and freshman Valentina Ronga were each credited with one assist.
The Wolves previously routed host Westridge School in Pasadena in a league matchup, 9-0. Ying amassed five goals and three assists while Shurman racked up three goals and two assists. Freshman Lauren Bradford produced one goal while Thomson, junior Zaria Echemendia, sophomore Celeste Davila and Oberley each had one assist.
League champion Flintridge Prep (8-0-2 in league, 15-2-4 overall) hosted Sunny Hills High of Fullerton (14-6-2 overall) in its CIF-Southern Section Division II opener Wednesday; the game ended after the Pasadena Outlook’s press deadline. If victorious, the Wolves would advance to a second-round matchup against either Harvard-Westlake High of Studio City (11-5-3 overall) or West Ranch High of Valencia (9-6-2 overall) on Friday, Feb. 10.
The Cubs crushed visiting Polytechnic, 8-3, in their Prep League and regular season finale last Thursday as senior captain Kaitlyn Gomez racked up three goals and two assists.
Senior captain Ella Gallo scored a pair of goals, sophomore Tessa Neal registered one goal and three assists, and senior Sade Falese and junior Mia Cunningham each tallied one goal. Senior Cami Pidoux was credited with a pair of assists while senior Rhea Gerontides had one assist.
Mayfield recently blanked visiting Westridge School in a league game, 6-0. Gomez finished with two goals and two assists while Gallo recorded two goals and one assist. Senior captain Liz Goethals produced one goal and one assist, Falese scored once, and Pidoux and Cunningham were each credited with an assist.
The Cubs recently defeated visiting Palos Verdes Chadwick in a league matchup, 6-2, as Gomez posted a hat trick with a pair of assists. Gallo registered one goal and two assists, Cunningham and Neal each scored one goal, and Falese had one assist.
Mayfield was previously shut out by Flintridge Prep in a league game, 3-0.
The league’s runner-up Cubs (8-2 in league, 17-4-1 overall) traveled to Esperanza High in Anaheim (11-4-5 overall) for their CIF-Southern Section Division III playoff opener Wenesday; the game ended after the Pasadena Outlook’s press deadline. If victorious, Mayfield would advance to a second-round matchup against either Arrowhead Christian High of Redlands (10-2-1 overall) or Corona del Mar High of Newport Beach (14-6-1 overall) on Friday, Feb. 10.
The Polytechnic varsity girls’ soccer team includes Emily White (front, from left), Carolyn Wang, Maggie McDonald, Olivia Collier, Maddie Gomez, Catie Sabbag, Amy Sessions and Bianca Howitt. Back: Giuliana Nelson, Samara Mellis, Michaela Sabbag, Reese Goldstein, Willow Breen, Chloe Liversidge and Siena Jurgensen. Not pictured: Vivian Heller, Mariana Gomez, Natalia Mathias, Emma Newhall and Mia Singla.
The Westridge School varsity girls’ soccer team includes Ximena Alvarado (front, from left), Emmabella Barragan Martinez, Sarah Leizman, Isabella Ayala, Madeleine Garnett and Maya Calderon. Back: Imogen Schwartz, Sunday Labrucherie, Avery Maddox, Ella Bilu, Julia Hughes, Brooklyn Payne, Gabrielle Carre, Katie Shirreffs, Isabelle Bulow, Madeline Tao and Esperanza Orozco-Carey. Not pictured: Frances Jane Barar, Micaela Randolph and Ande Steskal.
The Maranatha High School varsity girls’ soccer team includes Olivia Wilson (front, from left), Ella Klop, Lisette Parker, Maren Halvorson, Vauna Derderian, Madeline Gardner, Kate Halvorson, Abi Villela and Hadley Cruz. Back: Julie Datema, Maria Kefalas, Anna Bowers, Kasey McCoy, Mia Madarang, Maddie Knott, Emmie Hewlett, Shania Camaja, Annika Heinstedt and Emily Samuel.
The Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity girls’ soccer team includes Brianna Barragan (front, from left), Gianna Scaturchio, Ella Gotterer, Chelsea Thomas, Frankie Anderson, Ava Gotterer, Erika Caballero, Annamaria Vazquez and Julia Vazquez. Back: Seren Mah y Busch, Eva Lopez, Sachi Kaneko-Grun, Sophia Tovar, Morgan Birkett, Charlotte Rodriguez, Keira Limon, Josie Perkins and Therese Daniels. Not pictured: Ave Jones, Natalia Rosales and Mika Kaneko-Grun.
The La Salle College Preparatory varsity girls’ soccer team includes Olivia Ferrari (front, from left), Emily De Silva, Alyssa Lopez, Courtney Begerow, Frida Nava, Jacqueline Montoya, Sydney De Mesa and Jessica Young. Back: Payton Chung, Daniella Muro, Farrah McGarry, Isabella Wallace, Madison Boecking, Haven Schuh, Emily Fong, Alyssa Lewis and Julianna Munoz. Not pictured: Delara Jadvar, Ellie Hsu, Emma Nalick, Dhalery Fuentes, Jessica Frias and Laurelle Alkhadra.
The Panthers recently routed host Providence High in Burbank, 6-0, in a Prep League game.
Poly previously suffered league losses against Mayfield Senior, 8-3, Palos Verdes Chadwick, 5-2, and Flintridge Prep, 7-0. Individual statistics were not reported to the Pasadena Outlook.
The Panthers concluded the campaign fourth in the league standings with a 3-4-2 record (5-7-3 overall).
The Tigers blanked visiting Providence High of Burbank, 4-0, in a Prep League game last Monday. Individual statistics were not reported to the Pasadena Outlook.
Westridge previously suffered shutout league losses against Palos Verdes Chadwick, 4-0; Mayfield Senior, 6-0; and Flintridge Prep, 9-0.
The Tigers finished the season fifth in the league standings with a 2-6-2 record (4-9-2 overall).
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The Tologs were edged by visiting Sierra Canyon High of Chatsworth, 3-2, in their Mission League and regular-season finale last Wednesday. Individual statistics were not reported to the Pasadena Outlook.
FSHA previously suffered shutout league losses against Harvard-Westlake High in Studio City, 5-0; Chaminade High in West Hills, 2-0; and Notre Dame High of Sherman Oaks, 4-0.
Flintridge Sacred Heart finished the season sixth in the league standings with an 0-8-2 record (6-9-2 overall).
The Minutemen blanked visiting Whittier Christian High of La Habra, 2-0, in their Olympic League and regular-season finale last Wednesday.
Maranatha previously lost a pair of home league games against Heritage Christian High of Northridge, 3-1, and Village Christian High of Sun Valley, 1-0. Individual statistics were not reported to the Pasadena Outlook.
The Minutemen finished the campaign fourth in the league standings with a 2-5-1 record (3-6-1 overall).
The Lancers lost their Del Rey League finale at Bishop Montgomery High in Torrance, 3-0, last Thursday.
La Salle previously finished matchups with a 1-1 draw against Bishop Amat High in La Puente and St. Joseph High in Lakewood. Individual statistics were not reported to the Pasadena Outlook.
The Lancers concluded the season fourth in the league standings with a 1-5-2 record (5-7-6 overall).