Carissa Park and Head Tennis Coach Karina Ward at Singles championships.
Photo Courtesy of Sam Park, Carissa’s dad.

The South Pasadena High School (SPHS) fall sports programs are rapping up with the end of Rio Hondo League (RHL) play and individual accomplishments are spotlighted along with CIF announcements.

Sophomore Carissa Park placed third overall in Thursday’s RHL singles tennis championships, according to Greg Luna, SPHS athletic director. Girls varsity tennis will compete in the CIF postseason starting next week. Brackets are set to be announced Oct. 29.

As reported in this week’s print edition of The Review,  boys water polo beat Monrovia Wednesday to finish league play undefeated at 8-0 and champions. Luna also said CIF boys water polo playoff brackets will be announced on Saturday with their first game expected to be at home next Tuesday.

Furthermore, girls golf will travel Monday to Jurupa Hills in Riverside for CIF team competition.

Cross Country wraps up league competition on Thursday, Nov. 1, at Lacy Park with both boys’ and girls’ teams in position to capture RHL titles.

Stay tuned to the print edition of The South Pasadena Review for more updates with coaches, players and even some parents comments.

Steve Whitmore
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Steve Whitmore is the editor for the South Pasadena Review. Steve has spent more than four decades as an award-winning print and broadcast journalist with a 16-year stint as the senior media advisor for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Steve comes to us from the Keene Sentinel in Keene, New Hampshire, where he covered politics and was a columnist.

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