GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Flintridge Prep 52, Chadwick 34: Tala Ismail and Renae Tamura each finished with 12 points Tuesday to lift the visiting Rebels to a Prep League win. Maya Okamoto added nine points for the Rebels (16-4, 9-2 in league).

Crescenta Valley 44, Hoover 21: Alisa Shinn had 11 points and eight rebounds Tuesday to spark the visiting Falcons in a Pacific League contest. Crescenta Valley improved to 19-8, 10-3 in league. Hoover fell to 3-16, 3-10.

Burbank 48, Glendale 39: Glendale dropped to 11-15, 5-7 in the Pacific League with Tuesday’s defeat.

Holy Family 41, Trinity 22: Melissa Chan finished with 18 points, including five three-pointers, to propel the visiting Gaels on Saturday in a nonleague contest. Tabitha Ruiz collected 11 points for Holy Family (7-16).

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Chadwick 50, Flintridge Prep 46: The visiting Rebels had their 25-game Prep League winning streak snapped Tuesday. Flintridge Prep (11-13, 7-1 in league) got 26 points from Robert Cartwright and eight points and 13 rebounds from Dante Fregoso. The Rebels had already locked up the league championship.

Burbank 47, Glendale 27: The Nitros offense could never get going in Tuesday’s Pacific League loss, as Glendale fell to 8-17, 3-10 in league.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Crescenta Valley 1, Hoover 1: The host Tornadoes were two minutes shy of major upset before the Falcons scored in the 78th minute to force a tie in Pacific League on Tuesday afternoon, as

Izzy Costilla rescued CV with a late goal off an Ani Hemelians assist.

Junior forward Jordan Miller scored in the 30th minute for Hoover (3-14-2, 3-8-2), which received seven saves from goalkeeper Arianna Solis.

“We’re a little disappointed because we almost had the win, but we’re still excited for the tie,” Hoover Coach AC Metallinos said. “It’s a big game for us.”

Crescenta Valley is now 9-8-2, 9-3-2.

Burbank 5, Glendale 0: The host Nitros suffered a Pacific League defeat Tuesday. Glendale dropped to 4-11-3, 2-9-2 in league.

San Gabriel Mission 10, Holy Family 1: The visiting Gaels fell to 0-10 overall and 0-8 in league after a Horizon League defeat on Tuesday afternoon.

Flintridge Prep 2, Chadwick 0: The visiting Rebels received one goal apiece from Isabella Boyles and Jillian Brady on Monday to earn a Prep League victory. The Rebels have won six matches in a row to improve to 11-4-4, 6-1-1 in league.

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 3, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 2: The Tologs fell Monday in a home Mission League match at Occidental College. Flintridge Sacred Heart (9-8-2, 2-6-1 in league) got one goal each from Casey Basso and Sophia Saldivar.

BOYS’ SOCCER