La Salle in Gahr Tournament: It was a solid start for the Lancers, who capped their 4-1 run through the rugged Gahr Tournament with a 25-20, 25-18, 25-12 victory over Anaheim Canyon in Tuesday afternoon’s third-place game at Gahr.

Caroline Knop led La Salle with 21 digs, while sophomore outside Haley De Sales finished with 13 kills, Katrina Palffy added 10 kills and setter Alyssa Tavera led with 27 assists.

La Salle posted wins over Esperanza (3-0), South Torrance (3-0) and Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy (3-1), while its lone setback was to Los Alamitos (3-1) in Monday’s semifinal.

Marshall Fundamental 3, Duarte 1: After dropping their first match of the season last week, the Eagles bounced back with win No. 1 at Duarte on Tuesday afternoon in nonleague play, 26-24, 11-15, 27-25, 25-15.

Junior outside hitter Brandy Scanlan led the Eagles with 13 kills and three aces. Senior opposite Hannah Kim also aided the cause with 12 kills and two aces, while Amy Zeronian chipped in eight kills and four aces.

Westridge 3, Immaculate Heart 2: The Tigers upset Division I-AA Immaculate Heart on the road Tuesday afternoon in rallying for a 14-25, 20-25, 25-23, 25-23, 15-8 victory.

Junior outside hitter Carmen Costa delivered another stellar effort, finishing with a team-high 26 kills, with most of those kills set up by 37 assists from senior setter Cate Hurley. Middle blockers Meagan MacPhee and Natalie Martinez combined for a monster effort that included 18 blocks and six kills.

Freshman libero Michelle Aguirre cleaned up whatever wasn’t blocked in finishing with 15 digs.

Pasadena Poly 3, Temple City 0: Sophomore outside hitter Dee Dee Logan paced the Panthers with 10 kills as Poly improved to 3-1 with a nonleague home victory Tuesday afternoon.

Junior outside hitter Hannah Kaufman paced the Panthers’ serve with six aces.


San Marino 14, Valencia 4: It was dominant day for the Titans singles side, which went 9-0 as San Marino romped to a nonleague home victory Tuesday afternoon.

The trio of Dorothy Tang, Vivian Le and Devin Jack all enjoyed a 3-0 day.

As for doubles players, the pair of Madeleine Gandawidjaja and Larissa Phillips enjoyed a 2-0 effort, while Andrea Klein and Monique Gandawidjaja finished 1-1.

San Marino improved to 2-0.

Pasadena Poly 15, La Salle 3: Intracity dominance belongs to the Panthers after they breezed to a nonleague victory at Caltech on Tuesday afternoon.

Poly, which bumped its record to 2-0, received a dominant effort from its doubles squads, as the tandems of Brooke Olsen and Elissa Bogohsian, Aria Griffin and Anna Lamb, and Samantha Collins and Madison Carey also finished 3-0 to combine for a 9-0 mark.

On the singles side, Juliet Johnson was a perfect 3-0, while Erin Lee added two wins and Julia Wohl notched the Panthers’ final victory.