Blair 62, Pasadena AGBU 35: Kayla Pounds led all scorers with 28 points as the Vikings picked up an intracity nonleague victory Tuesday afternoon at home.
South Pasadena 34, Alhambra 24: The Pasadena-area’s longest winning streak belongs to South Pasadena, which followed up its Poly Tournament championship Saturday afternoon with a nonleague home victory Tuesday.
The win was the fifth in a row for the Tigers (7-2).
Marymount 48, Mayfield Senior 25: The host Cubs fell behind, 28-11, at halftime and never recovered in a nonleague home defeat Tuesday afternoon.
Freshman Megan Villar led the Cubs (3-3) with nine points and three steals, while junior Mary Baggott totaled eight points, four rebounds, two steals and five blocks. Junior forward Remy Traglio also added four points, two rebounds and five steals.
Arroyo 62, San Marino 60: Despite a season-high 30 points from guard Jasper Hwang, the Titans fell in a tough nonleague road defeat Tuesday afternoon.
Junior forward Garette Verdugo added 11 points for the Titans (4-5), who received 10 points from Kevin Wang and nine points from Brian Low.
Arroyo’s Primitivo Gomez scored a game-high 39 points and drilled the go-ahead three-pointer with 40 seconds left to go as the Knights recovered from a 21-9 first-quarter deficit.
Flintridge Prep 70, La Salle 67: A team-best 28 points from Milan Acquuah was not enough for the visiting Lancers in a nonleague road defeat Tuesday afternoon that knocked La Salle from the unbeaten ranks.
Vance Jackson chipped in 21 points for La Salle (4-1), while Israel Lacy tallied seven points.
South Pasadena 3, Alhambra 0: The Tigers’ incredible start to the season continued in nonleague play Tuesday afternoon.
Forwards Corey Keenan and Justin Fernandez scored the first two goals for the Tigers (5-0), while junior midfielder Zack 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. For the season, South Pasadena has outscored its five opponents, 23-0.
Chatsworth 2, Pasadena Poly 0: The Panthers were outshot, 18-4, and fell in their finale of the Ralph Brandt Tournament on Monday afternoon.
Goalie Brian Ward finished with six saves for Poly (1-5).
Maranatha 2, El Monte 1: After starting the season with four straight losses, the Minutemen continued a recent resurgence with a nonleague road victory Tuesday afternoon.
In the 37th minute, Minutemen freshman Tatum French assisted sophomore Morgan Howe on a diagonal pass that Howe one-touched into the back of the net. In the 55th minute, Maranatha was awarded a free kick from about 35 yards that French buried for a second goal.
El Monte scored with 10 minutes remaining, but did not notch the equalizer. With the win, Maranatha (2-4-2) improved to 2-0-2 over its last four matches.
Mayfield 1, Immaculate Heart 1: Both teams scored in the first half and settled for the nonleague tie Tuesday afternoon.
Maddie Pena netted an unassisted goal for the Cubs (3-2-1), while goalie Marissa Valenzuela finished with two saves.
Marshall Fundamental 11, Muir 0: The visiting Eagles took apart their crosstown rival on Tuesday afternoon in nonleague play.
Junior defender Quetzali Del Villar netted a hat trick for the Eagles (8-2), who also received a pair of goals from Cassandra Bermudez, Jordan Snowden, Brittany Gutierrez and Sofia Robles. Freshman midfielder Erika Perez contributed three assists, while Snowden and Lopez added two assists and Cindy Juarez chipped in an assist.
The win follows up a 0-0 (5-4 win on penalty kicks) victory Saturday afternoon for the Eagles over Temple City in the championship of the Duarte Tournament.
“It was a great, close match. We outshot the other team like 12-1,” Marshall Coach Esteban Villanueva said. “But they stayed close because they played a more defensive game and we’re happy to win.”