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Spartans Capture Claremont Tournament Championship

First published in the Jan. 19 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.

The La Cañada High School varsity girls’ water polo team won the Claremont Tournament last weekend after defeating host Claremont High, 17-8, in the championship game as junior captain Kadyn Day racked up seven goals.
The Spartans edged Temple City, 6-5, in a tournament game. Sophomore Kiley Ku scored a pair of goals while senior captain Shereen Emadi, sophomore Annalina Fogarty, sophomore Alexis Calix and freshman Lilli Perner each had one goal.
LCHS defeated Ventura Buena, 14-5, in a tournament game as Emadi registered six goals. Day finished with three goals, freshman Sofia Korshakovsk tallied two goals, and senior Kaley Schmidt, sophomore Lorelei Rocca and Calix each scored one goal.
La Cañada crushed Schurr High of Montebello, 13-4, in a tournament game as Day recorded six goals. Emadi finished with three goals while Calix, Ku, Korshakovsk and Perner each had one goal.
The Spartans sunk visiting South Pasadena, 18-5, in a Rio Hondo League game last Thursday. Perner produced six goals, Emadi registered five goals and Day finished with four goals. Meanwhile, Fogarty, Ku and Korshakovsk each added one goal.
LCHS routed visiting Blair High of Pasadena, 16-3, in a league game last Wednesday as senior Ellie Lindenfeld and Schmidt each recorded three goals. Day, Emadi and Korshakovsk each scored a pair of goals while sophomore Didi Reifsnyder-Smith, Fogarty, Ku and Schmidt each tallied one goal.
The Spartans previously dominated visiting Monrovia in a league matchup, 12-3, as Day registered six goals. Emadi produced a pair of goals while Calix, Korshakovsk, Fogarty and Perner each had one goal.
La Cañada (10-4 overall, 3-0 in league) will visit Blair for a league rematch today at 4 p.m. The Spartans have a busy weekend as they will visit Temple City for a league game on Friday, Jan. 20, at 4 p.m. before hosting Burroughs High of Burbank for a nonleague game on Saturday, Jan. 21, at 10 a.m.

FLINTRIDGE PREP

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Flintridge Prep’s Nico Seaver racked up five goals to help the Wolves defeat Mayfield Senior in a Prep League game last week.

The Wolves collected their fifth straight victory after defeating host Mayfield Senior in Pasadena, 9-7, in a Prep League game last Friday as Nico Seaver racked up five goals.
Dahlia Kamins registered six saves, Victoria Barry scored a pair of goals, and Katelin Kinne and Alex Thein each had one goal.
Flintridge Prep won a league game at Palos Verdes Chadwick, 14-10, last Wednesday as Seaver produced a game-high six goals. Kamins posted six saves, Naomi Cohen, Thein and Barry each finished with two goals, and Sam Bonk scored once.
The Wolves previously defeated visiting La Salle College Preparatory of Pasadena in a league matchup, 12-6. Seaver and Barry each recorded three goals, Sarah Iturbe and Thein each finished with two goals, and Kinne and Bonk each had one goal.
Flintridge Prep will host Palos Verdes Chadwick in a league rematch today at 3:30 p.m. before competing in the West High School Tournament this weekend.

FLINTRIDGE SACRED HEART

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Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy’s Lily Waggoner registered three goals to help the Tologs win a Mission League game over Notre Dame High in sudden death overtime last week.

The Tologs recently competed in the Oxnard Tournament and finished with a 3-2 record.
FSHA collected victories against Royal High of Simi Valley, 13-7, Villanova Prep of Ojai, 16-5, and Malibu, 16-2. The Tologs dropped a pair of games, including their first loss of the season, against Ventura, 7-3, and Dana Hills High of Dana Point, 11-7. Individual statistics were not reported to the Outlook Valley Sun.
The Tologs picked up a Mission League victory at Notre Dame High in Sherman Oaks in sudden-death overtime, 13-12, as Reese Artura scored the deciding goal. Natalia DeKansky racked up nine saves, Marisol Cowles, Kate Dolan and Lily Waggoner each registered three goals, and Audrey Lawlor, Guinevere Andrews and Kaitlyn Beltz each added one goal.
Flintridge Sacred Heart (15-2 overall, 1-0 in league) will visit Harvard-Westlake in Studio City for a league game on Tuesday, Jan. 24, at 4 p.m.

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