Southern Section

Saturday, Oct. 2

TOURNAMENTS

SAN LUIS OBISPO

Championship Final

Agoura 8, Lompoc Cabrillo 4
Brian Gross had five goals to lead Agoura (12-3), which was without three starters throughout most of the game due to injuries and ejections .

Agoura, ranked No. 6 in Division IV, plays in an important Marmonte League matchup Wednesday against undefeated Royal, top-ranked in the Division IV coaches' poll.

Semifinal

Agoura 8, Golden West 3
Brian Gross had four goals, goalie Ryan Paris had 11 saves and Nick Rimmele and Danny Polyakov each had two goals to lead Agoura.

SOUTH BAY

Championship

Montebello 13, Mira Costa 8
Senior Christian Flores scored five goals for Montebello as the Oilers upended Mira Costa, which had won the 16-team tournament each of the past four seasons.

Third Place

El Segundo 5, Palos Verdes 4
Junior David Kohler converted a seven-meter diagonal shot from the left side into the right corner of the goal with less than one second remaining for El Segundo (9-3) in the game at El Segundo High.

Kohler finished with three goals in the game, and teammate Cameron Hughes had the Eagles' other two goals. Alex Powell had three goals and Eric Gobrecht had 12 saves for Palos Verdes (10-4).

Fifth Place

Crespi 9, Calabasas 5

Seventh Place

Newbury Park 8, Santa Monica 3

Ninth Place

Crescenta Valley 7, Peninsula 3

11th Place

Thousand Oaks 9, Redondo 6
Kyle Napp, Brice Henderson, Ryan Vick and Daniel Smith each scored two goals for Thousand Oaks (9-6).

13th Place

San Marino 9, Beverly Hills 5

15th Place

Torrance 6, Culver City 3

Championhsip Semifinal

Mira Costa 9, Palos Verdes 5
Jordan Watson had two goals and Eric Gobrecht had 13 saves including a save of a penalty shot in the second quarter for Palos Verdes.

Ninth Place Semifinal

Crescenta Valley 5, Thousand Oaks 2

VILLA PARK

Championship

Villa Park 14, Carlsbad 10
Shea Buckner and Mark Milovic scored Villa Park's first two goals and then carried much of the offensive load the rest of the way as the Spartans overcame an early 2-0 deficit and then went on to win their own tournament for the first time since 2000.

Buckner, a senior utility player who earned most valuable player honors in the 32nd annual event, finished with five goals. Milovic, a senior two-meter guard, wound up with three goals. Their efforts neutralized a 2-0 edge that Carlsbad, the top team in the San Diego Section, took in the opening minute of play and Villa Park led 4-3 after the first quarter and 9-5 at the half.

The Spartans (13-0), ranked No. 1 in the Southern Section Division II coaches' poll, took control in the second quarter, when they outscored Carlsbad 5-2 behind three goals by Buckner and two by Milovic.

Buckner also had five assists and drew five exclusions on Carlsbad (12-1) in the game. Milovic drew three ejections.

Junior goalie Andy Stevens shined in the net, making 15 saves, including one on a four-meter penalty shot in the second quarter after Villa Park had taken an 8-5 lead. Villa Park outshot shot Carlsbad, but only barely at 35-33, for the game.

En route to the championship, Villa Park defeated Glendale, Santa Barbara, Simi Valley Royal, La Jolla The Bishop's, and finally, Carlsbad. The tournament title is the Spartans' second in a 32-team event in two weeks. They won the South Coast/Newport Harbor tournament Sept. 25.

Third Place

La Jolla The Bishop's 16, Esperanza 8

Fifth Place

El Toro 12, Royal 11

Seventh Place

La Canada 10, Mission Viejo 6
Jordan Thompson had eight goals and Kevin Coyne had 12 saves for La Canada.

13th Place

La Habra 17, Edison 16 (OT)
Bryce Stowell scored eight goals, including the game-winner in the first sudden-death overtime period for La Habra (7-8), which overcame an 11-5 third-quarter deficit.

17th Place

Bonita 10, Brea Olinda 6

Championship Semifinals

Villa Park 7, La Jolla The Bishop's 6
Carlsbad 12, Esperanza 6

Fifth Place Semifinal

El Toro 9, La Canada 5
Doug McNeese scored twice in the loss for La Canada.

Royal 11, Mission Viejo 8

13th Place Semifinal

La Habra 9, Righetti 8
Bryce Stowell scored five goals for La Habra (6-8).

17th Place Semifinal

Bonita 6, Laguna Beach 5

NONLEAGUE

Newport Harbor 5, Irvine University 3

Friday, Oct. 1

TOURNAMENT

EL SEGUNDO

Second Round

Thousand Oaks 11, Torrance 4
Bob Howe, Jonathon Hoog, Brice Henderson and Ryan Vick each scored two goals to lead Thousand Oaks (8-5). Jeff Weaver and John Abaud each had two goals for Torrance (7-8).

First Round
At Mira Costa HS

Mira Costa 8, Thousand Oaks 3
Chris Nolland had three goals and Bret Giery had seven saves to lead host Mira Costa (6-3), ranked No. 2 in the Southern Section Division III coaches' poll. Bryce Henderson, Bob Howe and Daniel Smith each scored for Thousand Oaks (7-5), tied at No. 10 in the Division IV poll.

SOUTH BAY

Championship Quarterfinals

Palos Verdes 6, Newbury Park 4
Jordan Watson led the Sea Kings with three goals against Newbury Park (6-5) as Palos Verdes won at Mira Costa High. Palos Verdes will face Mira Costa in a championship semifinal Saturday at El Segundo.

El Segundo 8, Calabasas 2
Montebello 11, Santa Monica 3
Mira Costa 9, Crespi 4

First round

At El Segundo

El Segundo 8, Redondo 3
Calabasas 7, San Marino 4
Santa Monica 8, Peninsula 1
Montebello 11, Culver City 0

At Mira Costa

Palos Verdes 11, Beverly Hills 4
Alex Powell scored four goals and Kevin Graner three against the Normans (6-4).Mira Costa 8, Thousand Oaks 3

Crespi 10, Torrance 3
Newbury Park 7, Crescenta Valley 5
Palos Verdes 11, Beverly Hills 4

VILLA PARK

Championship Quarterfinal

Carlsbad 9, La Canada 8
Despite three goals by Jodan Thompson and four goals as a team in the final quarter, La Canada fell to the top-ranked team in the San Diego Section's Division I. Carlsbad scored its winning goal with seven seconds left in regulation.

Third Round

La Jolla The Bishop's School 12, Mission Viejo 7
Junior national team member Nick sardo led The Bishop's School with four goals. Stephen Blount had three goals for Mission Viejo (8-4).

At Villa Park

Villa Park 14, Royal 5
Shea Buckner had five goals and Alex Turnside had three goals for Villa Park (11-0), which is ranked No. 1 in the Division II coaches' poll.

Santa Barbara 6, Capistrano Valley 5Bonita 15, Fountain Valley 9
Sacramento Rio Americano 11, Glendale 2
Fountain Valley 20, Glendale 3

At Esperanza High

Esperanza 7, El Toro 5
Junior goalie George Alberson had 13 saves and junior Chad Cisneros and Chris Willenbricht each scored two goals for Esperanza (7-4), which is on a three-match winning streak and advanced to the tournament semifinals scheduled for Saturday at Villa Park High.

Damien 5, Righetti 0
El Modena 9, South Pasadena 4
Brea Olinda 11, Saddleback 10

Second Round

Mission Viejo 7, Edison 3
Ryan Pellerin collected 10 saves and Stephen Blount and Aaron Lefevre each contributed two goals for Mission Viejo.

Aliso Niguel 8, Anaheim 4

At Esperanza High

Saddleback 9, South Pasadena 4
Brea Olinda 10, El Modena 9

NONLEAGUE

Cathedral 24, Schurr 11
Chris Argueta scored 12 goals to lead host Cathedral (8-1). Schurr is 0-2.

Troy 8, St. John Bosco 4
Brian Andros scored six goals and goalie Michael Haymer had 13 blocks and two steals for visiting Troy (6-1).

Riverside Poly 19, Loyola 9
Jack Hines scored five goals and Lance Haver had four goals to lead Riverside Poly (12-2), the No. 1-ranked team in the Southern Section Division V coaches' poll, to a victory over Loyola at Sippy Woodhead Pool in Riverside.

Hines scored two of his goals and Haver had one goal in the first quarter as the Bears took an early 7-3 lead. Riverside Poly held a 14-5 advantage at the half.Riverside Poly goalie Jeremiah Catling recorded 10 saves.

Whitney 11, Garden Grove Pacifica 5
Host Whitney scored six goals in the third quarter to break open a close game. Garden Grove Pacifica drops to 1-7.

Whittier 15, Sonora 10
Cory Baccus had seven goals and Bruce Sanger added three to lead host Whittier (6-3).

Thursday, Sept. 30

TOURNAMENTS

VILLA PARK
Second Round

La Canada 12, La Habra 8
Scott Burns had five goals and Kevin Coyne made nine saves in goal to lead La Canada. La Habra is 5-7.

Villa Park 16, Santa Barbara 1
Shea Buckner scored eight goals and now has 58 for the season for Villa Park (10-0), which also got three goals and three assists by Alex Turnside.

Santa Margarita 8, ALiso Niguel 3
David Husen scored four goals for Santa Margarita (7-5).

Carlsbad 11, El Dorado 7
El Toro 13, Righetti 6
Esperanza 9, Damien 7
La Canada 12, La Habra 8
Laguna Beach 12, Anaheim Canyon 5
Royal 11, Capistrano Valley 6
Santa Margarita 8, Aliso Niguel 3

First round

Capistrano Valley 10, Bonita 9
Capistrano Valley scored six times in the fourth quarter to overcome a 7-4 deficit at Villa Park. Ryan Allred scored four goals for Bonita (4-3).

Edison 7, Santa Margarita 6
Trevor Dewitt scored the winning goal with 1:07 to play for Edison (5-8), which was led by Travis Bee with four goals. Goalkeeper Tanner Riley had a season-high 15 saves for Edison, which is ranked No. 5 in the Southern Section Division II poll. Santa Margarita is ranked sixth in Division II.

El Dorado 7, Moraga Campolindo 6
Chris Morgan scored the winning goal with 3:55 left in the fourth quarter to lift El Dorado (5-1).

La Canada 15, Arlington 6
Christian Lawrence and Jordan Thompson Jr. each scored four goals to lead La Canada.

La Habra 10, Marina 8
Bryce Stowell scored four goals for La Habra in its first-round victory at Placentia El Dorado.

Mission Viejo 10, Aliso Niguel 2
Arron Lefevre scored three goals for Mission Viejo (7-3) with Stephen Blount and Bryson Beardsley added two each for Mission Viejo. Aliso Niguel is now 4-3.

Villa Park 20, Glendale 0
Shea Buckner had eight goals and four assists for Villa Park (9-0).

Carlsbad 14, Jurupa Valley 0
Damien 9, Saddleback 3
Edison 6, Santa Margarita 5
El Dorado 7, Campolindo 6
El Toro 15, El Modena 2
Esperanza 18, South Pasadena 2
La Canada 15, Arlington 5
La Habra 10, Marina 8
Mission Viejo 10, Aliso Niguel 2
Righetti 9, Brea Olinda 4
Royal 13, Fountain Valley 5
Santa Barbara 11, Rio Americano 2

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Thousand Oaks 7, Westlake 6
Jonathan Hoog had three goals and Daniel Smith and Ryan Vick had two each for Thousand Oaks (7-4, 2-1), which had 10 team steals. Austin McAlvany added three goals and Mason Miller had 10 saves for Thousand Oaks. Goalie Ryan Dutton had 11 saves for Westlake (4-4, 1-2).

NONLEAGUE

Costa Mesa 15, Troy 13
Adam Douglas scored scored seven goals, including two in a key stretch of the third quarter, and Costa Mesa won a nonleague match at Troy.

Tied 7-7 with six minutes left in the third quarter, Costa Mesa (7-2) scored five consecutive goals, with Douglas scoring twice in that span, to take a 12-7 advantage. The Mustangs still led, 12-9, at the end of the period and hung on the rest of the way.

Douglas has scored a team-high 30 goals on the season. Brian Andros and Tommy Antunovich had three goals apiece for Troy, which had six different players score.

Flintridge Prep 6, Western 5 (OT, sudden death)
Ben Naecker scored a team-leading three goals but it was his tally in sudden death overtime with 2:12 remaining that gave Flintridge Prep (7-7) the dramatic victory at Western (6-6). The teams ended regulation at 4-4. Brian Russell scored for Flintridge Prep in overtime while Matt Reid, who had three goals, found the net for Western. Alex Sangiovanni had 21 saves for the Rebels in goal.

Foothill 13, Harvard-Westlake 11
In a hard-fought match that saw 22 ejections between two highly-ranked team, Foothill took the lead for good in the third quarter and held off Harvard-Westlake, which had moved up to the No. 1 ranking in Division I, for the victory at Tustin High.

After both teams battled to a 7-7 tie at halftime, fourth-ranked Foothill (7-3) built an 11-8 lead on the strength of goals by J.W. Krumpholz, Barron Benjamin and Calvin Hohner. Krumpholz, who had four goals, scored to make it 10-8 with 2:12 left in the third and Benjamin tallied a short time later. Harvard-Westlake (6-1) rallied in the fourth but could not overcome the deficit as Hohner and Benjamin, who had three goals, each found the net.

"We jumped out to a nice lead and they always seemed to come back," Foothill Coach Jim Brumm said. "We had six guys score goals and that was critical. The kids did a nice job of adjusting to their adjustments."

Harvard-Westlake was coming off a 12-6 victory over Corona del Mar as Justin Rappel scored five goals and assisted on three others. Foothill lost twice to the Wolverines last season.

--Eric Stephens

Kennedy 7, Los Amigos 5
Manny Pepe had two goals in the loss for Los Amigos (3-7).

Long Beach Wilson 13, Servite 8
Matt Sagehorn and Scott Swanson triggered an early outburst for Long Beach Wilson (9-1) as the Bruins took a 6-1 lead after the first quarter and went on to the victory at Belmont Plaza. Sagehorn and Swanson each scored twice in the first quarter and finished with four goals each for Wilson, ranked second in Division I. Servite (4-6) is ranked third in Division II as two of their losses have come to Wilson and La Jolla The Bishop's, one of San Diego's top teams. Daniel Garcia had three goals to lead the Friars.

Montebello 13, La Serna 11
Senior Chris Flores scored four goals -- one in each quarter -- for host Montebello (7-2) in its win over La Serna, the No. 5-ranked team in the Southern Section Division III coaches' poll. Junior Marcus Moncibaez scored goals in the first and fourth quarter for the Oilers, who led 7-4 at halftime and 10-6 with three minutes left in the third quarter. Montebello, ranked third in Division III, has won three consecutive games since a loss to La Canada, the top-ranked team in the division.

Riverside Poly 12, Murietta Valley 10
Lance Haver scored four goals and Christian Scardey added three for Riverside Poly (11-2) in a matchup of the top two teams in the Southern Section Division V rankings. No. 1 Riverside Poly has defeated Murietta Valley (11-3) twice this season, the first was a 10-6 victory in the final of the Poly tournament.

Whittier 9, Downey 6
Cory Baccus scored two goals late in the third quarter and finished with five in the game to lead Whittier (4-3) at Downey.Downey led, 6-5, with 4 minutes, 3 seconds remaining in the third period, before Baccus scored twice and the Cardinals, ranked sixth in the Southern Section Division III, took the lead for good. Cody Calleros and Martin Esparza each had two goals for Whittier (4-3).

Brett Forman scored three goals and Alan Navarez made nine saves in goal for Downey (11-3), ranked eighth in Division III.

Dos Pueblos 12, Oaks Christian 4
Loara 12, Garden Grove Pacifica 3

Wednesday, Sept. 29

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Agoura 8, Thousand Oaks 6 (OT)
Danny Polyakov scored with 14 seconds remaining to force overtime for Agoura (8-3, 2-0), ranked sixth in Division IV, and then tallied in the first three-minute extra period to give it the lead for good in the road victory at Westlake High, Thousand Oaks' home this season while its campus pool is being refurbished.

Andrew Jung added a goal in the second overtime session for the final goal. Down 6-4 with 1:32 remaining in the fourth period, Brian Gross scored his fifth goal of the game to pull the Chargers within one before Polyakov tied it with 14 seconds left. Agoura freshman Ryan Paris also played a pivotal role with 19 saves and five steals in goal.

Thousand Oaks (6-4, 1-1), ranked 10th in Division IV, got two goals each from Kyle Knapp and Jonathan Hoag.

Newbury Park 15, Moorpark 6
Billy Doherty and Ryan Jellison had four goals each and Kyle Ripley added three goals for Newbury Park (5-4, 1-2), ranked No. 9 in Division IV.

Royal 9, Westlake 6
Nick Laszlo and Tyler McClure had three goals each for Royal (9-3, 2-0). Royal is ranked No. 2 and Westlake tied for No. 10 in the Division IV coaches poll.

PACIFIC LEAGUE

Muir 12, Glendale 11 (0T)
Mike Yost of Muir (5-5, 1-1) had two of his seven goals in overtime to lead the Mustangs at Glendale (4-9, 4-9). Adam Esparza had 12 saves for Muir.

NONLEAGUE

Cathedral 27, Pioneer 11
Chris Argueta scored 10 goals and assisted on five others while adding six steals for Cathedral (7-1) in its home victory at El Sereno Park pool. Boris Torres added nine goals and three assists for Cathedral.

Corona del Mar 17, Edison 14 (OT)
Edison scored eight unanswered goals between the third and fourth quarter to take the lead and when trailing 13-12, Trevor Dewitt scored, one of his four on the day, with 35 seconds remaining to send the game to overtime.

In the second overtime period, Corona del Mar outscored the Chargers 3-0 to seal the win.

Junior Tyler Kent had four goals for Corona del Mar, ranked No. 6 in Division I. Travis Bee had six goals and four drawn ejections and goalkeeper Tanner Riley had 13 saves and four steals for visiting Edison (4-7).

Palos Verdes 12, Santa Monica 5
Jordan Watson and Matt Richardson had three goals each for host Palos Verdes (7-2). Santa Monica falls to 6-3.

Tuesday, Sept. 28

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE

Costa Mesa 13, Santa Ana 3
Junior Kyle Thorsness had eight goals and senior Adam Douglas had five steals to lead visiting Costa Mesa (6-2, 2-0), ranked No. 10 in Division II. Santa Ana (5-4, 0-2) scored the first goal of the game and was then outscored 13-1.

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Agoura 8, Newbury Park 5
Freshman Ryan Paris had 18 saves and three players scored two goals apiece for Agoura (7-3, 1-0), which is ranked fifth in Division IV. Billy Doherty had three goals to lead ninth-ranked Newbury Park (4-4, 0-2).

NONLEAGUE

Ayala 14, Etiwanda 5
Josh Garcia had five goals and two ejections, Chuck Camacho had four goals and goalkeeper Taylor Quinn had eight saves for visiting Ayala (11-2), ranked No. 5 in CIF Division V.

Buena 18, Rio Mesa 4
Juniors Jeremy Allen and Scott Siman each had five goals for Buena (9-2) in a victory at Rio Mesa, which trailed, 6-1, after the first quarter.

Downey 13, Lakewood 3
Austin Cooper had nine goals and six steals and goalkeeper Alan Nevarez had 14 saves for Downey (11-2), which is ranked No. 8 in Division III.

Flintridge Prep 13, Burbank 6
Ben Naecker had four goals and goalie Alex Sangiovanni had 16 saves for Flintridge Prep (6-7).

Foothill 13, Capistrano Valley 5
J.W. Krumpholz scored five goals for Foothill (6-3). David Tayenaka scored four times for Capistrano Valley.

Harvard Westlake 12, Corona del Mar 6
In a Division I showdown, top-ranked Harvard-Westlake (5-0) was led by Justin Rappel's five goals and three assists, Eric Vreeland's four goals and 17 saves by Jay Connelly to beat sixth-ranked Corona del Mar (3-4).

Long Beach Wilson 11, Los Alamitos 10, 2 OT
Wilson (7-1), limited to three goals in the second half, scored twice in the second three-minute overtime courtesy of Scott Swanson to beat the No. 2 team in Division II. Swanson, a senior driver, finished with five goals, and Matt Sagehorn added four. Wilson, the No. 2 team in Division I, held a 9-8 lead going into the fourth quarter.

Los Alamitos forced overtime with a goal in the final minute, and took a lead with the first goal in overtime, setting up Swanson's effort. Layton Snyder led Los Alamitos (11-2) with four goals; both Griffins' losses have been to the top two teams in Division I.

Mater Dei 18, Garden Grove Pacifica 4
Travis Ayers had two goals to lead Pacifica (1-5).

Mira Costa 8, La Canada 7
The second-ranked Mustangs are likely to take over the top spot in the Division III poll after knocking off visiting and No. 1 La Canada, which was led by Doug McNeede, Gamal Rady and Jordan Thompson, each with two goals. Goalkeeper Kevin Coyne had 10 saves for the Spartans.

Mission Viejo 4, Huntington Beach 3
Freshman Kevin Mitchell scored twice and Senior goalkeeper Ryan Pellerin had a career-best 15 saves to lead Mission Viejo (6-3). Sean McLaughlin had two goals to lead Huntington Beach (4-3).

Muir 9, Alhambra 7
Greg Warner had four goals and goalkeeper Adam Esparza had 12 saves and scored a goal to lead visiting Muir (4-5), which was playing without leading scorer Michael Yost. Alhambra (2-4) was led by Alan Persquel with four goals.

Nordhoff 21, Villanova Prep 1
Ben Foley had eight goals, five assists and six steals to lead Nordhoff to the victory.

Riverside Poly 17, Servite 10
Shawn Britton had five goals and goalie Jessee Warkentin had 17 saves for host Riverside Poly (10-2) at Sippy Woodhead Pool in Riverside.

Rory Bevins scored five goals in the game and has 19 goals on the season for Servite (4-5).

Servite is ranked No. 3 in the Division II coaches poll, while the Bears are top-ranked in the Division V poll.

Santa Margarita 14, Edison 9
Julien Lormant had four goals, including one in a five-goal third quarter for Santa Margarita (6-4), as the Eagles, ranked No. 6 in the Southern Section Division II coaches' poll, recorded a mild upset victory over No. 5-ranked Edison in a game at Saddleback College.

Lormant also had three assists and three steals, and John Nuccio and David Husen added three goals each for the Eagles.

Sonora 11, El Modena 9
Tim Herbertz scored five goals and Reed Blasier had four goals and four other players scored once each for Sonora in a victory over El Modena.

Troy 7, Anaheim Canyon 6
Brian Andros scored two goals in the last 90 seconds to lift Troy at home. Goalie Mike Haymer had 17 saves for the Warriors (5-0). Canyon is 6-2.

Villa Park 13, Marina 6
Shea Buckner scored five goals and Steve Bruner added three goals and two assists for Villa Park (8-0), which took a 9-2 advantage into the fourth quarter of the victory over visiting Marina (4-6).

Jared Luth scored three goals, all in the fourth quarter, for Marina.

Monday, Sept. 27

NONLEAGUE

Oaks Christian 16, Oxnard Pacifica 6
Jon Pare had three goals and Ryan Balikian, Mike Craft Paul Jones, Daniel Nelson and Tyler Reardon each had two goals for visiting Oaks Christian (4-2).

Troy 16, El Modena 11
Tyler Green had six goals and sophomore Adam Willinger added four goals for host Troy (4-0), which led 7-6 at the half. El Modena is 3-3.

Loyola 10, South Pasadena 6

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