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La Cañada Holds Off Schurr

The La Cañada High School varsity boys’ water polo team picked up its fifth win in its last six games after defeating visiting Schurr High of Montebello 10-8 in a nonleague showdown on Sept. 20.
Junior goalie Beckett Chung finished with 10 saves and four blocks, while senior lan Wipfli racked up seven goals and four steals. Freshman Arshan Soltanzadeh scored twice, while senior Jacob Goldsworthy added one goal. Junior Tait Landswick contributed five steals, while junior Alexander Abramian recorded three steals. Senior Connor Weightman tallied two steals, while freshmen Dante Varshavsky, Liam Applegate and Landon Karlich each had one steal.
The Spartans recently lost a nonleague game against visiting Crescenta Valley High of La Crescenta 13-2.
Abramian produced two steals and one goal while Goldsworthy scored once. Karlich chipped in three steals while Varshavsky and Wipfli each had two steals.
LCHS (6-8 overall) will visit San Marino for a league game on Sept. 28 at 4 p.m. before hosting Temple City on Oct. 3.


Flintridge Preps Advait Kartik and the Wolves varsity team competed in the Gary Cheever Tournament last weekend

The Wolves competed in the Gary Cheever Tournament on Sept. 22 and 23 and finished with a 1-3 record.
Flintridge Prep suffered losses against Santiago High of Corona 18-3, Chino Hills, 18-9, and Santa Margarita High of Rancho Santa Margarita, 13-12, while narrowly beating Rio Mesa High of Oxnard, 12-11.
The Wolves previously lost a nonleague matchup at Glendale, 17-10. Individual statistics were not reported to the Outlook Valley Sun by the Flintridge Prep coaching staff.
The Wolves (6-9) will host La Salle College Preparatory of Pasadena for a Prep League game on Sept. 29 at 3:30 p.m. before hosting Brentwood School of Los Angeles on Oct. 4.


St Francis High School junior Gavin Gates and the Golden Knights varsity squad will compete in the El Segundo Tournament on Sept 29 and 30

The Golden Knights recently suffered back-to-back nonleague losses on the road, falling to Pasadena Polytechnic, 21-7, and Hoover High in Glendale, 18-6. SFHS previously routed host Pasadena 23-2 in a nonleague game on Sept. 19. Individual statistics were not reported to the Outlook Valley Sun by the St. Francis coaching staff.
The Golden Knights (3-8, 0-2 in league) will compete in the El Segundo Tournament on Sept. 29 and 30 before visiting Eagle Rock High in Los Angeles for a nonleague contest on Oct. 6.

First published in the September 28 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.


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