Providence 66, Blair 61: Despite a season-high 44 points from senior center Kayla Pounds, the Vikings fell in a nonleague home game Thursday afternoon.
Pounds was one of three Vikings (5-4) to score, along with 16 points from Gwen Anderson and one point from Geneva Peiopoli.
The 44-points performance is the second highest in Pounds’ career, as she scored 46 versus Monrovia last season.
The defeat came two days after the Vikings defeated Pasadena AGBU, 62-35, in nonleague action Tuesday at home.
Pounds led all scorers with 28 points, while Becka Badillo finished with 14 points. The Spartans fell to 2-2.
Westridge 55, Mayfield 47: Behind 20 points from guard Erin Golden, the visiting Tigers defeated the Cubs in Prep League action Thursday afternoon.
Courtney Sloan added 13 points and Carmen Costa contributed 10 points for Westridge (5-1, 2-0), while Megan Villar chipped in 14 points and five steals for Mayfield (3-4, 0-1), which received eight points, eight rebounds and three steals from Remy Traglio, eight points and two steals from Melissa Venegas and five points and 10 rebounds from Samantha Venegas.
South Pasadena 50, Maranatha 30: The Tigers extended their winning streak to six straight after a nonleague home victory Thursday afternoon.
South Pasadena is now 8-2, while Maranatha fell to 0-5.
South Pasadena 5, Flintridge Prep 1: While the Tigers’ flawless season continued with a nonleague road victory Thursday afternoon, one streak of perfection fell to the side.
South Pasadena (6-0) allowed its first goal this season to Flintridge Prep’s Ari Baranian.
The Tigers, though, responded with a pair of goals from Ramon Gutierrez and Heven Gomez and an additional score from Zack Dunn, who also chipped in two assists.
Goalies Chris Mejia and Sean Hartman combined for four saves for South Pasadena, which has outscored its opposition 28-1 this season.
Two days earlier, the Tigers defeated Alhambra, 3-0.
Forwards Corey Keenan and Justin Fernandez scored the first two goals for the Tigers, while Dunn scored on a breakaway that capped the offensive output.
Tigers senior defenders Charles Slocum and Leo Parker helped prevent the Moors from attempting a shot on goal.
Maranatha 7, Ribet Academy 1: Win No. 1 for the Minutemen came via a blowout in a nonleague home win Thursday afternoon.
Ethan Prins, Adrian De La Rosa and Avo Babikian all scored two goals for Maranatha (1-4-1), while Erik Jensen added a score and goalie Jensen Hutto finshed with a save.
Brentwood 2, La Salle 1: Senior halfback Eli Goldsmith scored in the seventh minute on a free kick, but La Salle still fell in a nonleague home defeat Thursday afternoon.
Goalie Duncan Breda finished with five saves for the Lancers (4-2-2).
Pasadena Poly 0, San Marino 0: Goalie Brian Ward finished with seven saves in notching his second shutout of the season for Poly (1-5-1) on Thursday afternoon.
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Westridge 15, Flintridge Prep 10 (OT): The Tigers broke into the win column, snapping a four-match losing streak to begin the season with a Prep League road victory Thursday afternoon.
Elena Vega-Fujioka and Amanda Matthiessen both tied for the team-lead of five goals for the Tigers (1-4, 1-1), who received four goals from Clare Schneider and a score from Rachel Dolman.