Flintridge Sacred Heart swimming teams clinches share of Mission League title


April 17, 2013|From Staff Reports


Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 109, Alemany 61: The visiting Tologs clinched at least a share of the Mission League title with the win Tuesday. Flintridge Sacred Heart (6-0, 4-0 in league) received two wins apiece from Kirsten Vose and Kate Herrill.

Vose won the 200-yard individual medley in 2 minutes 11.09 seconds and the 100 freestyle (54.60). Herrill captured the 50 freestyle (25.17) and the 100 backstroke (1:03.01).


The Tologs can win the league title outright Thursday with a victory against Chaminade at Loyola High.


Flintridge Prep 3, Webb 0: Chadd Cosse collected nine kills and four aces Tuesday to propel the host Rebels to a 25-10, 25-11, 25-14 Prep League win. Michael Leslie added seven kills for Flintridge Prep (14-6, 5-0 in league).

Crespi 3, St. Francis 0: Charles McCarthy finished with 16 kills Tuesday for the visiting Golden Knights, who fell, 25-22, 25-22, 25-22, in a Mission League match. David Thompson contributed 21 assists for St. Francis (5-9, 1-7 in league).

La Cañada 3, Gabrielino 2: Freshman Connor Walbrecht tallied 44 assists, 16 digs, six kills and two blocks in a thrilling five-game Rio Hondo League win on the road Thursday by scores of 25-22, 24-26, 22-25, 25-16, 16-14.

Orion Burl added 13 kills and 14 digs, whole Jonathan Sullivan tallied 19 kills, two aces and two blocks for the Spartans, who also received seven kills each from Jack Anderson and Mel Schroeder. Connor Belcher also added 18 digs and five assists for La Cañada, which improved to 7-7, 3-1 in league.


La Cañada 8, South Pasadena 2: Michelle Grochow and Jessica Ogden each went two for three with a home run and two runs batted in in Tuesday’s home Rio Hondo League win.

Alyssa Stolmack (RBI, stolen base) and Brenna Gay also had multi-hit games for La Cañada (10-7, 5-2 in league), which also received a complete-game from Maddy MacKenzie. MacKenzie struck out six, gave up five hits and two walks in the win.

It allowed the Spartans to rebound from a pair of losses in the Woodbridge Tournament on Saturday. The Spartans dropped both games at Bill Barber Park in Irvine by scores of 8-0 to Villa Park and Woodbridge.

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