Pasadena City College 92, Los Angeles Valley 80: Thanks to a stellar game from sophomore guard Mike Swanegan, the Lancers snapped a four-game losing streak in pool play action of the 40th annual Santa Barbara City Classic on Thursday evening.
Swanegan finished with a season-high 35 points, including hitting six three-pointers, as his total was the sixth highest in school history. Overall, Swanegan hit 12 of 18 shots and was six for eight at the charity stripe for the Lancers (2-5).
Pasadena Poly 57, San Marino 44: Sophomore guard Kiki Yang tallied 20 points and eight steals as the Panthers remained undefeated in their own tournament with a pool play victory Thursday afternoon.
Center Kaitlyn Olah contributed 15 points, 17 rebounds and four blocks for Poly (5-1), while Catherine Lehman added 10 points and 11 rebounds.
The trio of Jessica Pleitez, Leigh Kunitake and Felita Sam all scored 10 points and Emma Wong added nine points for the Titans (2-5).
South Pasadena 60, Maranatha 20: The Tigers improved to 2-0 in the Poly Tournament, while the Minutemen dropped to 0-2 in pool play action Thursday evening.
Lexie Scholt led the Tigers (5-2) with 20 points, while Fola Adesina was the high-scorer for Maranatha (0-3) with eight points.
Maranatha 66, Don Bosco Tech 53: The Minutemen improved to 3-0 on the season with their second victory of the Poly Tournament on Thursday afternoon.
Michael DeMeester finished with 16 points and 11 rebounds for the Minutemen, who also received solid efforts from Jalen Jones (17 points and 19 rebounds) and Isaac Etter (13 points).
La Salle 3, Flintridge Prep 2: Despite falling behind 2-1 in the 50th minute, the Lancers rallied for a nonleague home victory Thursday afternoon.
Lancers senior halfback Briley Venti scored two goals in the match, including the game-tying score in the 60th minute off an assist from Patrick Sullivan and the match-winner in the 71st minute on an unassisted strike.
La Salle’s first score came from Sullivan and knotted the contest at 1 going into the half. Junior goalie Duncan Breda finished with six saves for La Salle (3-0-1).
Marshall Fundamental 3, Blair 0: Junior striker Benny Cuevas finished with a hat trick in helping keep the Eagles undefeated in nonleague home play Thursday afternoon.
Cuevas was assisted by Jaime De Paz on the first goal, scored the second on a free kick, while the third was unassisted.
Junior goalies Michael Quintero and Jean Paul Balarezo totaled three saves for Marshall (5-0).
South Pasadena 5, San Gabriel 0: The Tigers continue to roll, this time toppling San Gabriel in nonleague play on Tuesday afternoon.
Midfielder Danny Zurita, forward Kevin Yonami, midfielder Clem Witherall, halfback Zack Dunn and forward Sam Anuakpada all scored for the Tigers (4-0), who have outscored their opponents this season, 20-0.
Ramon Gutierrez added an assist and goalie Chris Mejia finished with four saves in notching his fourth straight shutout.
Marshall Fundamental 3, Mayfield Senior 0: The Eagles secured advancement to the championship of the Duarte Tournament with a pool play victory Wednesday afternoon at the Duarte High Tournament.
Marshall (5-2) will either play Temple City or Monrovia in the final Saturday at 4 p.m. at Duarte after junior Jordan Snowden scored three goals on Wednesday.
Sophomore goalie Ariel Martinez added six saves for Marshall.
Mayfield dropped to 2-2.
Maranatha 1, Immaculate Heart 1: Both teams scored within the first half and were silent afterward in a nonleague draw Thursday afternoon.
Freshman Tatum French set up the Minutemen’s goal when she picked off a pass deep in Immaculate Heart territory and fed an open Romana Brennan for a goal in the 25th minute.
Maranatha improved to 0-4-1.