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FSHA, Flintridge Prep Compete in Tournaments

First published in the Dec. 8 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.

The Flintridge Sacred Heart varsity girls’ basketball team competed in the San Marino tournament last week, finishing fourth with a 2-2 record. Senior Sophia Heredia was named to the all-tournament team after averaging 6.5 points, 7.7 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 3.5 steals over four games.
FSHA lost its tournament finale against Pasadena Poly, 50-43, on Saturday. Sophomore Ava Nawrocki amassed 16 points, seven steals, seven rebounds and three assists, while sophomore Sophia Astacaan poured in 10 points with four boards. Senior Meghan Garrity registered seven points, three rebounds and one steal, Heredia racked up five points, seven boards and four assists, and junior Isabelle Risha finished with three points and nine rebounds. Senior Ella Rogers tallied two points, two boards and one steal, freshman Graze Adair had one steal and freshman Isabella Hagobian collected one assist.
The Tologs defeated tournament host San Marino, 52-34, picking up their second win in as many days. Risha amassed a double-double with 20 points, 12 rebounds, two steals, one block and one assist. Astacaan racked up 10 points, seven boards, two steals and one assist, Heredia registered eight points, seven steals, seven rebounds, six assists and one block, and Nawrocki finished with six points, seven assists, three boards, two blocks and two steals. Adair tallied four points and three rebounds, Garrity had two points, three boards and two steals, and Hagobian posted two points, three steals, three assists and one rebound.
Flintridge Sacred Heart collected its first win of the tournament by routing Alhambra, 58-22, last Thursday. Garrity poured in 15 points with three rebounds and three steals, Nawrocki racked up 11 points, six boards, three steals, three assists and one block, and Heredia registered 10 points, six rebounds, four steals and three assists. Risha finished with nine points, 16 boards, one steal and one assist, while Hagobian recorded five points, five steals, two rebounds and two assists. Astacaan tallied two points and five boards, Rogers had two points and one rebound, and senior Cassie Huston produced five boards and four steals. Senior Siena Urquiza posted two steals and one rebound, Adair had two points, one steal and one assist, and junior Sophia Durand had one board.
The Tologs previously opened tournament action with a 58-37 loss against Northview High of Covina, as Risha racked up a double-double with 14 points, 14 rebounds, one assist and one steal. Nawrocki poured in 10 points with four boards, three assists and one steal.
FSHA (4-6 overall) will compete in the Pasadena Poly tournament, which begins on Thursday, Dec. 8, and ends Saturday, Dec. 10.


<sub>Flintridge Prep freshman Pressley Huie scored eight points to help the Wolves rout Milken High of Los Angeles 86 27 in their home opener last week<sub>

The Wolves remained undefeated after beating Sierra Vista, 65-16, for a second time this season in their Covina tournament opener on Monday.
Senior captain Ashley Chea amassed a game-high 26 points, freshman Maddie Smith recorded 13 points and eight rebounds, and freshman Akemi Fu finished with three points and 10 rebounds.
Flintridge Prep narrowly defeated visiting Mark Keppel High of Alhambra, 65-61, in a nonleague game last Friday. Chea poured in 34 points, Smith racked up 14 points and Fu tallied 11 points. Sophomore Olivia Childs finished with four points, while junior captain Izzie Chan had two points.
The Wolves previously throttled Milken High of Los Angeles, 86-27, in their home opener, as Chea racked up 32 points. Smith tallied 16 points, Fu recorded 11 points and Childs registered nine points. Freshman Pressley Huie tallied eight points, Chan finished with six points and sophomore Gigi Mastras had four points.
Flintridge Prep (6-0 overall) will continue to compete in the Covina tournament through Saturday, Dec. 10.


The Spartans have been idle since defeating El Rancho High of Pico Rivera, 55-29, in their Mark Keppel tournament finale on Nov. 26. LCHS (5-2 overall) will battle Sonora High of La Habra in their home opener on Thursday, Dec. 8, at 5:30 p.m., before visiting Hart High in Newhall for a nonleague game on Friday, Dec. 16.


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