Pasadena Poly 52, South Pasadena 46: Junior forward Will Genske led the Panthers with 17 points in a nonleague road victory Friday evening.
South Pasadena 50, Marshall Fundamental 34: The Tigers leaned on 18 points from senior David Hughey in a nonleague home victory Thursday evening.
Greg Luck added 13 points for the Tigers. The Eagles fell to 5-4.
Maranatha in Lahainaluna Invitational at Maui: The Minutemen are 2-0 through tournament play after holding on to defeat San Marcos, 67-62, in pool-play action Thursday evening.
Pepperdine-bound guard Jeremy Major led the Minutemen (6-2) with 27 points, while Michael DeMeester added 12 points.
A day earlier, Major led the way with 17 points in a 59-46 win over Kamehameha Maui.
DeMeester added 14 points, freshman Zachary Smalley chipped in 10 points and Jalen Jones contributed nine points for the Minutemen.
El Segundo 55, South Pasadena 42: The Tigers fell in the semifinals of the second annual El Segundo Tournament on Friday afternoon.
With the defeat, the Tigers (10-3) will face Palos Verdes at El Segundo at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday in the tournament third-place game.
In the lead up to Friday’s game, South Pasadena defeated Los Angeles Price, 73-32, on Thursday and South East, 41-34, on Tuesday.
Mt. San Antonio College 57, Pasadena City College 40: After starting the season with seven straight victories, the Lancers continued a mini-slump, losing their third game in their last four tries at their South Coast Conference archrival Friday evening.
Sophomore guard Shay Jackson led the Lancers (8-3, 0-2) with nine points, while former Pasadena High standout Tyler Crockom added six points.
Two days earlier, the Lancers opened SCC play with a 71-57 home defeat to Long Beach City College.
Stella Ghazarian and Kaitlyn Park led the Lancers with 12 points apiece in the South Coast Conference season opener.
The Lancers committed 25 turnovers, which translated into 30 points for the host Vikings.