First published in the Feb. 16 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.
The La Cañada High School varsity girls’ water polo team lost to visiting El Toro High of Lake Forest, 13-10, in the CIF-Southern Section Division III quarterfinals on Saturday.
Junior captain Kadyn Day tallied four goals, sophomore Alexis Calix scored a pair of goals, and senior captain Shereen Emadi, sophomore Kiley Ku, sophomore Annalina Fogarty and freshman Lilli Perner each had one goal.
The Spartans defeated host Notre Dame High in Sherman Oaks, 13-11, in its CIF second-round matchup last Thursday. Day registered four goals while Emadi, Calix and Perner each finished with three goals.
LCHS previously routed visiting Crescenta Valley High of La Crescenta in its CIF first-round game, 14-2, as Perner racked up six goals. Emadi recorded four goals while freshman Sofia Korshakovsky, Day and Calix each tallied one goal.
La Cañada finished the campaign as undefeated Rio Hondo League champions with a perfect 10-0 record (19-7 overall).
FLINTRIDGE SACRED HEART
The Tologs lost at Portola High in Irvine, 12-11, in their CIF-Southern Section Division IV quarterfinal game on Saturday. Individual statistics were not reported to the Outlook Valley Sun.
FSHA defeated host Buena High in Ventura, 14-8, in a CIF second-round matchup last Thursday as Marisol Cowles racked up 10 goals. Natalia DeKansky registered six saves, Lily Waggoner tallied three goals and Kaitlyn Beltz had one goal.
The Tologs previously crushed host La Salle College Preparatory of Pasadena, 16-7, in their CIF first-round game. Cowles and Waggoner each finished with five goals while DeKansky recorded six saves. Kate Dolan produced three goals, Lauren Larson made two saves, and Reese Artura, Guinevere Andrews and Sophia Islas each scored once.
Flintridge Sacred Heart finished the campaign as the Mission League’s runner-up with a 4-1 record (22-6 overall) and will look to return to the postseason next year.
The Wolves lost at Rosary Academy in Fullerton, 7-5, in their CIF-Southern Section Division V quarterfinal game on Saturday. Flintridge Prep previously edged host Whittier, 6-5, in a second-round matchup. Individual statistics were not reported to the Outlook Valley Sun.
The Wolves finished the
campaign as the Prep League’s runner-up with a 10-2 record (17-10 overall) and will look to return to the postseason next year.