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Garrett Rallies Crescenta Valley

February 10, 1999

Sinnamonn Garrett scored 15 of Crescenta Valley High's 16 fourth-quarter points, rallying the Falcons to a 47-45 victory over Pasadena in a Pacific League girls' basketball game Tuesday night at Crescenta Valley.

Garrett, who played only 20 minutes because of foul trouble, finished with 29 points and five rebounds.

Danielle Myers had 16 rebounds for Crescenta Valley (21-4, 8-1 in league play), which remained tied with Muir for first place.

Crescenta Valley, ranked No. 3 in the region by The Times, trailed, 35-31, entering the fourth quarter.

In other girls' games:

St. Bonaventure 46, Fillmore 37--Stacey Howard was held to 10 points but Andrea Gillispie scored 16 for the Seraphs (14-9, 7-2), who clinched the Tri-Valley League title at Fillmore.

Lacey Beall scored 16 points for the Flashes (6-16, 1-8).

Muir 63, Glendale 53--Jennifer Cleeland scored 15 points for the Mustangs (14-9, 8-1) in a Pacific League victory at Glendale.

Hilary Driffill had 18 points and Mania Houspian had 17 for Glendale (15-9, 4-5).

La Canada 52, San Marino 39--Cortney Adams scored 13 of her 28 points in the second quarter for La Canada in a Rio Hondo League game at San Marino (11-7, 5-4).

Adams grabbed 15 rebounds for La Canada (16-7, 3-3).

Laura Jones had five blocked shots and Katie Eyster added six for the Spartans.

Palmdale 55, Littlerock 40--Vonetta Lanier had 24 points and nine rebounds, and Judy Collier scored 14 points for Palmdale (18-7, 9-0), which clinched its fifth consecutive Golden League title at Littlerock (14-11, 6-3).

Hart 49, Burbank 36--Briana Kentfield scored 14 points for Hart (15-8, 9-0), ranked No. 10 in The Times' regional poll, in a Foothill League game at Burbank.

Valencia 30, Saugus 27--Sophomores Stephanie Patterson and Marissa Meadows each scored eight points for Valencia (13-12, 5-4) in a Foothill League game at Saugus.

La Reina 59, Oak Park 56--McKenzie Vandergeest of La Reina scored 19 points, including two free throws in the final 30 seconds of regulation, to force overtime in a Tri-Valley League game at Oak Park (10-11, 4-5).

Robin Foster scored 16 points for the Regents (12-6, 5-4).

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