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Undefeated SPHS Sweeps Providence Tournament

The South Pasadena High School varsity girls’ basketball team routed Marshall High of Los Angeles 86-27 in its Providence Tournament finale on Dec. 9.
Junior Kayla Boozer tallied 30 points, 14 rebounds, four steals and one assist, while senior captain Dylan Tse racked up 22 points, seven rebounds, four steals and three assists. Sophomore Madeline Park registered eight steals, seven points, six assists and four rebounds, senior captain Jamie Rain Kim tallied six points, five assists, two steals and two rebounds, and junior Mia Leach finished with eight rebounds, six points and two steals. Sophomore Brylee Woo contributed four points, four rebounds, two steals and one assist, senior Ava Chang recorded four points, four rebounds and two steals, and sophomore Emma Johnson scored three points. Junior Katie Chung chipped in two points, one steal and one rebound, while junior Maddy Wong notched two points, two steals and two assists. Senior captain Yuzu Harada collected one steal, one rebound and one assist, while senior Natalie Wilson had three rebounds.
The Tigers recorded a 91-39 victory over Hesperia in a tournament game on Dec. 7.
Tse amassed 41 points, six rebounds, five steals and four assists, while Boozer finished with 21 points, 11 rebounds, two steals, one block and one assist. Leach recorded seven points, four rebounds and two assists, while Woo registered six points, two steals and one rebound. Chang tallied four points and three assists, Park finished with four points, two steals, one rebound and one assist, and Kim recorded three points, three steals, two assists and one rebound. Johnson contributed four rebounds and two points, while Harada produced four steals, two points and one rebound. Chung collected three steals, three assists and three rebounds, Wong had one steal, one point and one assist, while junior Annika Selsby had one rebound.
SPHS posted a 71-56 victory over Alemany High of Mission Hills on Dec. 5.
Boozer recorded 23 points, 17 rebounds, three blocks, one steal and one assist, Tse finished with 19 points, 10 rebounds and six assists, and Leach racked up 19 points, five rebounds and two assists. Chang contributed five points, two steals, two rebounds and one assist, while Park tallied four points, three steals, one rebound and one assist. Wong was credited with one assist and one steal, Chung and Kim each finished with one rebound and one assist, and Harada scored one point.
The Tigers defeated Chaminade High of West Hills 68-49 in their tournament opener on Dec. 4.
Boozer tallied 31 points, 18 rebounds and two blocks, while Tse racked up 24 points, seven steals, seven rebounds and five assists. Leach tallied six points, two rebounds and one assist, while Wong finished with three points and one steal. Chang recorded two points, one steal, one rebound and one assist, while Johnson registered two points and one assist. Harada contributed six rebounds and two steals, Park produced four rebounds and two steals, and Kim had one steal and one assist.
Undefeated South Pas, which boasts an 8-0 overall record, will visit La Cañada for a Rio Hondo League game on Dec. 15 at 5:30 p.m. before competing in the Glendora Tournament, starting with a matchup against Summit High of Fontana on Dec. 27.

First published in the December 14 print issue of the South Pasadena Review.

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