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La Cañada Finishes Fourth in Ocean View Tournament

The La Cañada High School varsity boys’ water polo team competed in the Ocean View Tournament, finishing fourth in the Silver Division after beating Cleveland High of Reseda 12-7 in their tournament finale on Oct. 14
The Spartans opened the second day of tournament play with a 16-3 victory over Summit High of Fontana on Oct. 14.
Junior Beckett Chung racked up 16 saves, while senior Jacob Goldsworthy recorded five goals and one steal. Senior lan Wipfli tallied five steals and three goals, junior Alexander Abramian finished with four steals and three goals, freshman Arshan Soltanzadeh registered three steals and three goals, and sophomore Max Hong chipped in three steals and two goals.
Freshman Landon Karlich produced five steals, junior Tait Landswick contributed two steals, and senior Connor Weightman and freshman Dante Varshavsky each had one steal.
La Cañada ended the first day of tournament action with an 11-6 victory over Cathedral High of Los Angeles on Oct. 13, as Karlich contributed three goals and two steals.
Landswick recorded two goals, two blocks and one steal, while Abramian tallied two goals and two steals. Wipfli produced two steals and one goal, while freshman Liam Applegate and Soltanzadeh each registered one goal and one steal. Weightman finished with two steals, while Hong had one steal.
The Spartans suffered a narrow 5-4 loss against Estancia High of Costa Mesa in their tournament opener on Oct. 13, as Chung collected 10 saves and three steals.
Soltanzadeh tallied two goals and two steals, Landswick recorded three steals, two blocks and one goal, and Wipfli finished with one goal and one steal. Abramian was credited with two steals, while Applegate, Karlich and Goldsworthy each had one steal.
La Cañada (10-12 overall, 1-3 in league) will visit Temple City for a Rio Hondo League game on Oct. 19 at 4 p.m. before hosting Monrovia on Oct. 24.

The Wolves defeated host Brentwood School in Los Angeles 11-7 in a Prep League game on Oct. 13.
Aram Kedeshian recorded 10 saves, while Ridley Tolleson racked up six goals. Charlie Simonian scored three goals, while Elliot Oakes and Carson Ho each had one goal.
Flintridge Prep suffered an 18-11 nonleague loss at Crespi High in Encino on Oct. 11, as Tolleson contributed five goals.
Oliver Andrews finished with six saves, while Kedeshian tallied three saves. Simonian chipped in three goals, Oakes scored a pair of goals and Nicho Dermovsesian added one goal.
The Wolves (10-11, 4-1) will conclude the regular season by hosting Palos Verdes Chadwick on Oct. 24 at 3:30 p.m. The CIF Southern Section playoff brackets will be released on Oct. 28 at 9 a.m.

The Golden Knights lost at Muir High in Pasadena, 19-16, in a nonleague game on Oct. 13.
Junior Cooper Klosterman racked up seven goals, while junior Nick Karamian scored six goals. Junior David Deramerian, junior Andrew Khudyan and freshman Hudson Snyder each added one goal.
SFHS (5-13, 0-3) will conclude the regular season by competing in the Ayala Tournament on Oct. 20 and 21. The CIF Southern Section playoff brackets will be released on Oct. 28 at 9 a.m.

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


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