First published in the Jan. 19 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.
The La Cañada High School varsity boys’ basketball team crushed visiting Monrovia, 77-44, in a Rio Hondo League game last Friday as junior Jack Reynolds posted a team-high 15 points with eight rebounds and four assists.
Sophomore Josh Proctor racked up 13 points, six boards, two steals and one block, senior Evan Mulcahey registered 10 points, six rebounds, two blocks and two assists, and senior Samuel Guerrero poured in 10 points with one assist. Sophomore Josh Pastor tallied seven points and four boards while junior Matthew Plocher recorded six points, two assists, one steal and one rebound. Junior Anders Petersen finished with four points, four boards, three assists, one block and one steal, junior Spencer Moravec produced three points and one rebound, and junior Jensen Karlich two points, two assists and two boards. Senior Trent Carey scored two points while senior Jason Brown had one point and one rebound. Senior Enzo Andraos collected two assists and one steal while seniors Jacob Pastor and Finn Cook notched one assist and one board, respectively.
The Spartans previously edged visiting South Pasadena in a league game, 56-54, as Guerrero racked up 17 points, six rebounds, two steals, two assists and one block.
Reynolds registered 12 points, five assists, four boards and one steal while Petersen poured in 10 points with eight rebounds, four assists and two steals. Jacob Pastor recorded six points, five boards, two steals and one assist while Mulcahey finished with five points, four rebounds and one assist. Josh Pastor scored three points with one steal, Plocher tallied three points and one board, and Proctor collected a pair of rebounds and one block.
LCHS carried a two-game win streak into its road matchup at Temple City last night; the game ended after the Outlook Valley Sun’s press deadline and will be included in next week’s issue. La Cañada (12-7 overall, 2-1 in league) will host Blair High of Pasadena in a rematch on Friday, Jan. 20. The Spartans previously lost at Blair, 77-57, in their league opener on Jan. 6.
The Wolves lost to Brentwood School of Los Angeles, 61-29, in a South Pasadena Martin Luther King Jr. Day Showcase game Monday.
Senior Jack Jones scored a team-high nine points while juniors Steven Ng and Will Bigby each recorded five points. Senior Andrew Jordan had four points while senior Theo Kuo and freshman Owen Willingham each sank a 3-pointer.
Flintridge Prep previously edged last year’s undefeated Prep League champion Providence High of Burbank, 50-49. Junior Henry Morrison registered 13 points, Bigby poured in 10 points and Kuo scored nine points. Senior Marvin Furuta and Jones each finished with five points while senior Geoffrey Stetson and Jordan each tallied four points.
The Wolves will carry a 3-0 record (14-6 overall) into a crucial league matchup at rival Pasadena Polytechnic on Friday, Jan. 20, at 6:30 p.m.
The Golden Knights lost to Windward High of Los Angeles, 73-44, in a South Pasadena Martin Luther King Jr. Day Showcase game Monday.
Senior captain Jackson Mosley racked up 15 points, five rebounds and one assist while senior Brandin Dantzler registered nine points and nine boards. Senior George Tupy scored five points with three rebounds and two assists while sophomore Mazi Mosley tallied five points, two boards and one assist. Junior Chris Kalachian drained a 3-pointer with one assist while junior Alessio Calderon sank a 3-pointer with one rebound. Junior Greg Gazarian finished with two points and two assists while senior captain Luke McGrath recorded two points and one steal. Sophomore Joe Hickey collected two boards and one assist, junior Jeremiah Su had two steals, and junior Kennedy Mitchell-Egbo posted one rebound.
SFHS picked up a 64-59 Mission League victory at Chaminade High in West Hills last Friday as Jackson Mosley amassed 24 points, seven assists, five boards and one steal. Mazi Mosley racked up 18 points, including five 3-pointers, with 11 rebounds, two steals and one assist while McGrath poured in 11 points with five boards and four assists. Tupy registered five points, three rebounds and one assist, Dantzler produced four points, seven boards and three assists, and Mitchell-Egbo scored two points. Meanwhile, Gazarian and junior Ethan Childs had one rebound and one assist, respectively.
St. Francis previously lost a league game at Notre Dame High in Sherman Oaks, 78-51, as Jackson Mosley poured in 11 points with two boards. Kennedy Mitchell-Egbo registered eight points, three rebounds and one steal, Mazi Mosley finished with eight points, two steals and two boards, and Tupy recorded eight points and three rebounds. Gazarian tallied five points, one board and one assist while Calderon scored five points. Dantzler posted two points, six rebounds and one assist, Hickey produced two points and three boards, and senior Kj Fulgencio had two points and one assist. McGrath collected three assists and one rebound while Childs had one block and one board.
The Golden Knights hosted Sierra Canyon High of Chatsworth in a league matchup last night; the game ended after the Outlook Valley Sun’s press deadline and will be included in next week’s issue. SFHS (16-7 overall, 2-1 in league) will visit Alemany High in Mission Hills for a league game on Friday, Jan. 20, at 7 p.m.