The San Marino High School varsity girls’ basketball team stood toe-to-toe with host La Cañada, which competes in Division 1A, in the first quarter of a Rio Hondo League showdown, but the Spartan’s offense and defense came to life in the second, pulling away from the Titans en route to a 63-30 victory last Friday. Continue reading “San Marino Falls to Rivals La Cañada, South Pas”
The San Marino High School varsity girls’ soccer team blanked visiting Temple City, 2-0, in the teams’ Rio Hondo League opener last week.
Corinne Wagner put the Titans on the board in the first half with a free kick from 25 yards out. Forward Puja Balaji extended San Marino’s lead by putting away a free kick from Wagner in the second half.
The Titans outshot the Rams, 10-6, and goalkeeper Emily Boutin recorded four saves to record San Marino’s sixth shutout of the season.
San Marino (7-4 overall record, 1-0 in league) will host La Cañada in a league match this Friday, Jan. 20, at 3:30 p.m.
The San Marino High School varsity girls’ basketball team bounced back from its Rio Hondo League opening loss by clobbering visiting Pasadena Blair, 60-6, last Friday.
Joyce Liang scored a game-high 15 points to help San Marino score its first league win of the season, and junior Cheyenne Trac added nine points, four assists and three steals. Audrey Lin finished with eight points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals, Kyli Bonavich had eight points and seven rebounds, Zoee Li totaled five points, nine rebounds and four steals, Sabella Singh also had five points to go with three steals, Kathleen Liu netted five points and recorded four assists, Tina McDaniel finished with four points, four rebounds and two steals, Evelyn Tran contributed one point and three rebounds, and Nikki Wong grabbed five rebounds and recorded two assists.
The Titans (10-9 overall record, 1-1 in league) traveled to South Pasadena on Wednesday and will hit the road this Friday, Jan. 20, to take on La Cañada at 5:30 p.m.
Temple City 61
San Marino 56
The Titans were unable to keep up with Temple City in their Rio Hondo League opener last week, falling to the Rams in overtime, 61-56.
San Marino led by three points at the half, 26-13, but the Rams fought back to tie the game in the final two quarters and force an overtime period. The home squad ultimately pulled away for the win.
Kathleen Liu was the Titans’ top performer with 14 points, six rebounds and four assists. Liu was also a perfect seven-for-seven from the free throw line, and Kyli Bonavich and Hanna Wang added 11 points each. Joyce Liang chipped in seven points, five rebounds and three steals, Audrey Bain finished with six points, Nikki Wong had three points, six rebounds and four assists, Sabella Singh totaled three points and four rebounds, and Cheyenne Trac contributed a point. Singh, Bonavich, Liang and Bain each blocked one shot.
The visiting squad was solid beyond the arc, hitting nine of 24 three-pointers. Bonavich hit all three of her three-point shot attempts, and Wang also drilled three from beyond the arc. Liang made two of four three-point shots, and Liu also drilled three-pointer.
It wasn’t easy for the San Marino High School varsity boys’ basketball team during its nonleague portion of the season, but it was by design. Head coach Mihail Papadopulos wanted to challenge his squad as much as he could going into Rio Hondo League play, a move that certainly paid off for the battle-tested Titans as they edged host Temple City, 70-69, in the teams’ league opener last week.
It was San Marino’s first victory over Temple City since 2012, and it also snapped a four-game losing streak. Continue reading “San Marino Edges Temple City in League Opener”
By Mark Billingsley
For The Outlook
SACRAMENTO — Carson Glazier stood on the sideline Saturday night in street clothes, his San Marino High School letterman’s jacket keeping him warm from the Sacramento chill.
All he could do was watch as the Central Catholic Raiders from Modesto took apart his Titans and claimed their fourth consecutive CIF State Bowl game with a 56-21 win in the Open Small School championship game. Continue reading “Dream Season Ends in State Final”
The San Marino High School football team’s magical run seemed close to ending as the Titans trailed by three touchdowns against visiting Chatsworth Sierra Canyon in the CIF State Small Schools Division Southern Regional on Saturday night. Continue reading “Thrilling Win Lifts Titans to State Title Game”
San Marino resident Steve Silk was one of two honorees at the recent Stanley Black and Bob Barth Sports LA event, an annual gala that aims to raise money for worthy causes throughout the city. This year’s beneficiary was Union Rescue Mission, a 124-year-old organization dedicated to providing comprehensive emergency and long-term recovery services that help people unshackle themselves from the grip of homelessness in Los Angeles. Continue reading “Sports LA Raises $4.4M for Union Rescue Mission”
The 2015 San Marino High School varsity football team established itself as one of the best teams in school history by breaking just about every offensive record imaginable, winning the Rio Hondo League title and finishing the regular season unbeaten, but that wasn’t enough. The Titans wanted to cement their legacy not just at San Marino but in CIF-Southern Section history. Continue reading “Perfect! San Marino Wins CIF Championship”
The large crowd at San Marino High School’s Titan Stadium was as electric as ever on Friday night, and for good reason. The varsity football team was set to square off with eight-time defending Rio Hondo League champion Monrovia, a team it had not beaten in 12 years. The Titans didn’t let their fans’ palpable energy go to waste and fed off it to score their biggest victory in recent memory. Continue reading “San Marino Ends Monrovia’s Reign, 49-14”
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