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Spartans Sweep Way Into CIF Quarterfinals

La Cañada High School senior Tatum Purdy seen above during a match earlier this season racked up 22 assists to help the Spartans sweep San Clemente in an Oct 21 playoff match

The La Cañada High School varsity girls’ volleyball team swept host San Clemente, 25-23, 25-23, 25-8, in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs on Oct. 21.
Junior Ashby Zubchevich racked up 16 kills, seven digs, three aces and one block, while senior Haley Clark finished with 10 kills, five blocks, five digs and one ace. Senior Tatum Purdy recorded 22 assists, six digs and one ace, while senior Chloe Nussbaum tallied 12 digs, three aces and two assists. Senior Emma Reed contributed six kills and one block, sophomore Vani Tatoulian chipped in five blocks and four kills, and freshman Maya Purdy produced seven digs, one kill and one ace.
The Spartans swept visiting Bishop Montgomery High of Torrance, 25-13, 25-9, 25-17, in their CIF Southern Section playoff opener on Oct. 19.
Clark registered 12 digs, 11 kills, six blocks and one ace, while Zubchevich finished with 12 kills, six digs, two aces and one block. Tatum Purdy racked up 29 assists, eight digs and two aces, while Nussbaum recorded 15 digs, four assists and one ace. Tatoulian tallied five blocks and four kills, while Reed chipped in five kills and one block. Senior Maya Dingle produced five digs and one kill, while Maya Purdy contributed two kills and one ace.
LCHS (27-11 overall) hosted JSerra Catholic High of San Juan Capistrano in the CIF quarterfinals on Oct. 25; the match ended after the Outlook Valley Sun’s press deadline and will be included in next week’s issue. If victorious, the Spartans would advance to the semifinals and meet either Long Beach Wilson (25-9) or Newport Harbor High (17-15) on Oct. 28


The Flintridge Sacred Heart varsity girls volleyball team includes front row from left Colleen Traver Ava Scaturchio Ally Du Lindsey Du Pia Costanzo Sophia Wright Grace Savarese and Alexandra Carr Back Mikayla Hsieh Piper Scherbert Luisa Madrigal Veronica Udell Clare McCarthy Lilly Venne Sophia Astacaan and Grace McCarthy

The Tologs lost at La Serna High in Whittier in five games, 23-25, 25-22, 26-24, 22-25, 12-15, in their CIF Southern Section Division IV opener on Oct. 19.
Senior Mikayla Hsieh amassed 19 kills, 17 digs, two assists and one ace, while senior Luisa Madrigal racked up 27 digs, nine kills, one ace and one block. Senior Lindsey Du finished with 22 digs, four assists and two aces, junior Ally Du contributed 16 assists, 10 digs and one ace, and freshman Allexa Valencia produced 14 assists and eight digs. Junior Piper Scherbert recorded five kills, three digs and two blocks, sophomore Grace McCarthy chipped in four kills and two digs, and senior Veronica Udell collected three digs, two kills and one block.
FSHA finished the campaign as the Angeles League runner-up with a 6-2 record (21-17 overall).


The Flintridge Prep varsity girls volleyball team includes front row from left Ashlyn Nam Ava Burlingame Marissa Halley Jaleen Tseng and Natalia Pradhan Back Maya Itani Frankie Callaway Lucy Liu Jessica Powell Abbie Callaway Makayla Jones Clara Bassuk and Gia Moutes

The Wolves were swept at Culver City, 15-25, 12-25, 22-25, in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs on Oct. 21.
Abbie Callaway registered 12 digs, 10 kills, three blocks and one ace, Jessica Powell finished with seven kills and three blocks, and Frankie Callaway chipped in six kills. Marissa Halley contributed eight digs and one ace, Ashlyn Nam tallied seven digs, one ace and one block, and Jaleen Tseng recorded eight digs. Ally Perez produced four digs, while Lucy Liu was credited with two blocks and one kill. Akemi Fu had two kills, while Ava Burlingame had one dig.
Flintridge Prep swept host Santa Fe High of Santa Fe Springs, 25-22, 25-20, 25-20, in a CIF first-round matchup on Oct. 19.
Abbie Callaway racked up 19 digs, 17 kills, two aces and one block, while Nam amassed 38 assists, three aces and two kills. Powell tallied 12 kills and three blocks, while Halley tallied 14 digs and two aces. Liu chipped in four kills and one dig, Clara Bassuk recorded nine digs and one ace, and Tseng had six digs and two aces.
The Wolves finished the campaign tied for third with Westridge School of Pasadena in the Prep League with a 6-6 record (20-9 overall).

First published in the October 26 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.


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