Satruday, Oct. 16
NORTH ORANGE COUNTY
Mission Viejo, Redlands and Mira Costa each finished with 4-1 records with Mission Viejo declared the winner on goal differential.
El Segundo 13, El Rancho 5
Cameron Hughes, George Renfro, Steve Homeyer, Josh Giles, Josh Combs, Alex Heck all scored two goals in the game for El Segundo (16-6). Hughes now has 76 goals in 20 this season. El Rancho drops to 7-11.
Loyola 12, Santa Moncia 5
Mike Lennon had five goals, Alex Edmunds had three goals, three steals and two drawn ejections and D.J. Armitage had nine saves to lead Loyola (10-7).
Palos Verdes 12, Fountain Valley 8
Jordan Watson and Andy Nelson each scored three goals to lead Palos Verdes (16-6), which is ranked No. 5 in the Division III coaches' poll.
Palos Verdes 12, Downey 5
Jordan Watson had three goals and goalie Eric Gobrecht had eight saves for Palos Verdes, which led 10-2 at the half and 9-0 after the first quarter. Downey (15-4) is ranked No. 8 in the Division III coaches' poll.
Saddleback 11, Loyola 10
Christian Colchado scored twice in the third and fourth quarters for Saddleback. Mike Lennon had five goals, inlcuding three goals in the fourth quarter in the loss for Loyola.
Mission Viejo 8, Mira Costa 6
Redlands 4, Mission Viejo 3
Mira Costa 8, Redlands 7
Westlake 6, Malibu 4
Junior driver Bruce McCunney had two goals and four other players had one goal each for Westlake (10-5), which took a 4-1 lead early in the second quarter en route to the Oxnard tournament title.Westlake goalie Ryan Dutton had 12 saves and three steals.
Santa Ynez 13, Nordhoff 7
Ben Foley scored four goals in the loss for Nordhoff.
Westlake 11, Oxnard 8
Chase Olswang had three goals and Cole Olmon, Nick Weaver and Duncan Shuler each had two goals for Westlake and the Warriors (9-5) took a 7-1 halftime advantage in a victory over Oxnard.
Fifth Place Semifinal
Nordhoff 8, Santa Barbara (B) 6
Ben Foley scored twice in the victory for Nordhoff.
Bonita 9, Marina 6
Ryan Allred had two goals and four steals, Brian Campa also had four steals and Adam Hepbur had six saves for Bonita (10-4) in a victory over Marina (7-10) at Los Flores Park in La Verne.
Marina is ranked No. 5 in the Division II coaches' poll and Bonita is ranked No. 1 in Division VI.
Harvard-Westlake 10, Long Beach Wilson 9 (OT)
In a rematch of last season's Division I championship game, Brian Flacks scored the go-ahead goal with 52 seconds left in the second overtime period.
Goalie Jay Connelly had 24 saves, Justin Rappel had four goals and two assists, Flacks added three goals and Eric Vreeland had two goals and two assists to lead the Wolverines (15-2), who are ranked No. 3 in the Division I coaches' poll.
Matt Sagehorn, Joe Sherrin and Cody Walter each scored twice in the loss for visiting Long Beach Wilson (14-2), which is ranked No. 1 in Division I.
Newport Harbor 7, Los Alamitos 6 (OT)
The Sailors (9-6) scored in sudden-death overtime to defeat visiting Los Alamitos (14-6) in a matchup of highly ranked teams. Newport Harbor, which was led by Jovan Vranes' three goals and two steals, is ranked No. 6 in the Southern Section Division I coaches' poll. Los Alamitos, which was led by Scott Davidson's five goals, is No. 2 in Division II.
Friday, Oct. 15
NORTH ORANGE COUNTY
Mission Viejo 12, Northwood 11
At one point in the third quarter Northwood (7-5) led Mission Viejo (14-6) 9-6, then Mission Viejo scored six consecutive goals to take a 12-9 lead with just over a minute to play.
The Diablos, the No. 8-ranked team in the Division I coaches' poll, were whistled for two offensive fouls in the final minute and Northwood capitalized to come within a goal.
Aaron Lefevre had six goals and Ryan Pellerin 15 saves for Mission Viejo, while Kyle Collins, Caleb Hamilton and Miles McMullan each scored three goals for Northwood, which is ranked No. 9 in Division I.
Loyola 11, Long Beach Poly 8
Alex Edmunds had four goals to lead the Cubs (9-6) to victory at Servite. Mike Lennon added three goals for Loyola.
Huntington Beach 9, El Segundo 8 (OT)
Sonora 12, Fountain Valley 11
Oaks Christian 10, Nordhoff 7
Ryan Balikian scored five goals and Jon Pare added three goals to lead Oaks Christian (11-4, 2-0). Mason Alford had three goals, five assists and two steals for Nordhoff (9-9, 0-2).
Agoura 14, Calabasas 6
Danny Polyakov had five goals, four steals and three assists for the host Chargers (16-4, 5-1) ranked No. 5 in Division IV. Brian Gross and Nick Rimmele each added three goals for Agoura, whose goalie, Bryan Paris, had 19 saves and four steals. Alex Student led Calabasas (2-4 in league) with three goals.
Newbury Park 15, Thousand Oaks 6
Billy Doherty had five goals, Kyle Ripley and Gustavo Omink each had three goals and Justin Schwaiger made 12 saves in goal for host Newbury Park (9-8, 3-3). Ryan Vick had a team-high four goals for Thousand Oaks (9-11, 2-4).
Flintridge Prep 11, La Salle 7Ben Naecker had four goals and Bryan Russell had three goals to lead visiting Flintridge Prep (3-1 in league). La Salle drops to 0-3 in league.
Foothill 10, Damien 6
J.W. Krumpholz had three goals and three steals and goalie Alex Lawrence had six saves to lead Foothill (13-5), which is the No. 2-ranked team in the Division I coaches' poll. Xhande Wright had 12 saves for host Damien (12-5), ranked No. 3 in Division V.
Santa Margarita 7, Laguna Hills 5
Julien Lormant had four goals, two assists and seven steals and goalie Mike Connor had seven saves for host Santa Margarita (11-8). Goalie Blake Corbin had 12 saves for Laguna Hills (9-7).
Thursday, Oct. 14
NORTH ORANGE COUNTY TOURNAMENT
El Segundo 13, Santee Santana 11
Down 11-10 with 2:10 play, El Segundo got three consecutive goals by Cameron Hughes, who finished with four goals for the Eagles (15-4) at Servite. Hughes has 72 goals on the season. Josh Combs had three goals and David Kohler and Steve Homeyer each added two goals for the Eagles.
El Segundo 13, Sanger 8
Senior Cameron Hughes and sophomore Josh Combs each had four goals for El Segundo (14-4) at Servite High.Steve Homeyer had two goals and freshman Matt Kubeck made 13 saves for the Eagles.
Westlake 12, Nordhoff 5
Ben Foley had three goals Javier Garza made four saves in the loss for Nordhoff (9-8).
Nordhoff 8, Rio Mesa 4
Ben Foley had six goals and two steals and Spencer Burris won three sprints and made seven steals for Nordhoff (9-7).Travis Moore added a goal, two assists and four steals and Matt Miller had a goal and four steals for the Rangers.
Westlake 12, Nordhoff 4
Westlake 12, Rio Mesa 4
Duncan Shuler had a combined six goals and Bruce McCunney added five goals for Westlake.
Palos Verdes 12, Redondo 8
Senior Jordan Watson scored four goals and senior Eric Gobrecht added 13 saves for Palos Verdes (14-5, 2-1), ranked No. 5 in Division III, against visiting Redondo (8-10, 1-2).
Royal 9, Calabasas 6
Tyler Diamond and Nick Laszlo each had three goals and goaltender Matt Lewis made nine saves for Royal (16-5, 5-0), which erased a 1-0 first-quarter deficit and led the rest of the way in a victory over Calabasas at Rancho Simi Community Park.
Loyola 9, Crespi 7
With Loyola trailing 7-5 with 6:45 to play in the fourth quarter, four different players scored consecutive goals for Loyola as the Cubs rallied to a victory over Crespi at Pierce College.Alex Edmunds, who had one of the key fourth-quarter goals, finished with three goals and three steals for the Cubs. Brock Roverud had three goals, all in the first half, to lead Crespi.
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE
Cerritos 30, Whitney 16
Chris Kim scored a season-high seven goals for Cerritos (16-4, 2-0) in a victory over Whitney at Cerritos Park East.Albert Kim led Whitney with a game-high total of eight goals for Whitney.
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Mission Viejo 20, Trabuco Hills 4
Senior Aaron Lefevre had five goals and junior Bryson Beardsley added four goals for the Diablos (13-6, 2-0), who are ranked No. 8 in Div. I.
Agoura 15, Ventura 12
Nick Rimmele had five goals, Brian Gross added three and Danny Polyakov finished with two goals and five assists to lead visiting Agoura (15-4) past Ventura, which was led by Evan Funnell with four goals.
Costa Mesa 25, Los Amigos 2
Kyle Thorsness had eight goals and Adam Douglas added seven to lead host Costa Mesa (11-3) past Los Amigos (5-9).
Garden Grove 9, Sage Hill 4
Adam Torrey had six goals and goalie Danny Anderson made 13 saves for Garden Grove in a match played at Corona del Mar High.
Wednesday, Oct. 13
La Habra 12, Troy 7
Micah Klausman had five goals and seven steals for La Habra (8-11, 1-1).
Sonora 19, Buena Park 4
Trent Johnson had four goals and Timmy Herbertz added three goals to lead host Sonora (2-0 in league). Buena Park is 0-2 in league.
Malibu 11, Nordhoff 7
Nick Rollins of Malibu scored five goals and Bennet Sherman added three scores. Travis Moore and Ben Foley each had three goals for Nordhoff (8-7, 0-1).
Newbury Park 14, Calabasas 11
Kyle Ripley and Billy Doherty each scored five goals and goalie Justin Schwaiger had eight saves to lead visiting Newbury Park (8-8, 2-3), which is tied at No. 10 in the Division IV coaches' poll.
Sean Roberts scored six goals for Calabasas.
Royal 7, Thousand Oaks 5
Ben Cobb had four goals, Tyler Diamond had two goals and Matt Lewis had five saves for Royal (15-5, 5-0), which is No. 2 in the Division IV coaches' poll.
Seniors Bryce Henderson, Kyle Knapp and Johnathon Hoog each scored a goal and Mason Miller had nine saves and five steals for visiting Thousand Oaks (9-10, 2-3), which is tied at No. 10 in Division IV.
El Segundo 24, Culver City 3
Cameron Hughes scored five goals, giving him 65 on the season, for El Segundo (13-3, 4-0), ranked No. 2 in Southern Section Division VI. Alex Heck and Steve Homeyer each scored four goals and Josh Combs and David Kohler had three each for El Segundo. Culver City 1-3 in league.
Crescenta Valley 20, Muir 7
Nick Trimis had seven goals for visiting Crescenta Valley (14-3, 3-0), which is ranked No. 7 in the Division III coaches' poll.
Mike Yost scored four goals and Steve Garcia scored twice in the loss for Muir (6-7, 1-2).
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Newport Harbor 13, Aliso Niguel 3
Nate Castillo had four goals and Jovan Vranes added three for Newport Harbor (8-6, 1-1).
Damien 17, Peninsula 2
Michael Carter scored seven goals and goalie Kenny Cairney had eight saves for host Damien (12-4), which is ranked No. 2 in the Division V coaches' poll.
Flintridge Prep 19, Alhambra 5
Ben Naecker and Michael McDonald each had four goals to lead host Flintridge Prep (11-7).
Oaks Christian 13, Carpinteria 5
Ryan Balikian had four goals and Sam Cuimovich added two for Oaks Christian (10-4, 1-0).
Servite 13, Montebello 7
Rory Bevins had five goals, two assists and two steals for Servite, ranked No. 3 in Southern Section Division II. Andrew Mesesan had 10 blocks and four assists in goal for the Friars, which led, 7-3, at the half. Montebello is ranked No. 1 in Division III.
Tuesday, Oct. 12
Mira Costa 9, Peninsula 2
Stefan Partelow had five goals for host Mira Costa (13-4, 3-0), which is ranked No. 3 in the Division III coaches' poll.
Palos Verdes 10, Torrance 4
Kevin Graner led Palos Verdes (13-5, 1-1) with five goals. The Sea Kings are the No. 5-ranked team in the Division III coaches' poll.
DEL RIO LEAGUE
La Serna 12, Whittier 9, OT
Tied at 9-9 at the end of regulation, La Serna got goals from Jeff Greenwood, Derek Hingeveld and Patrick Hanely in the overtime to improve to 15-3, 3-0.
Greenwood finished with a team-high four goals for La Serna, which is ranked No. 4 in Division III. Sophomore Cory Baccus scored a team-high two for sixth-ranked Whittier (8-5, 1-1), which led going into the fourth quarter, 7-6, but needed a game-tying goal from Marcelo Guzman with three seconds remaining to send the game into overtime.
Placentia Valencia 17, Kennedy 7
Bobby Mack and Cameron Glassman each scored four goals to lead first-place Valencia (3-0 in league) at home.
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Bolsa Grande 8, Garden Grove Pacifica 4
Bolsa Grande improves to 1-1 in league. Joe Smith had two goals for host Pacifica (1-14, 0-2).
Garden Grove 10, Westminster La Quinta 3
Cory Busby had six goals and Danny Anderson had 12 saves for Garden Grove (2-0 in league) in its victory at Golden West College.
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Costa Mesa 29, Ocean View 2
Adam Douglas scord 12 goals and Kyle Thorsness added eight goals for Costa (10-3, 4-0) in a victory over visiting Ocean View.
Richie Dabamo and Will Raschkey scored the only goals for Ocean View.
Riverside Poly 22, Canyon Springs 5
Riverside Poly, ranked No. 1 in Division V, improves to 15-2 overall and 2-0 in league play.
Westlake 13, Moorpark 4
Duncan Shuler had four goals and two assists and Austin McElvaney added three goals, two assists and two steals to lead host Westlake (6-5, 3-3) over Moorpark (0-6 league). Westlake's starting goalie missed the game due to sickness, but Logan Rosenstein filled in nicely and tallied 12 saves and three steals.
Harvard-Westlake 9, Alemany 5
Tied at 4-4, Peter Connelly's second-quarter goal ignited a four-goal run by Harvard-Westlake (13-2, 4-0), which was led by Kevin Bird's three goals.
Loyola 13, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 12 (OT)
Loyola, other than 1-0, didn't lead until overtime. With 2:46 left in regulation, Notre Dame went ahead, 11-8, before Loyola's furious rally, getting back-to-back scores from Mike Lennon, and the game-tying goal from Forrest Monroe with 43 seconds remaining.
Monroe, who finished with five goals, scored twice in the overtime to give Loyola (7-6, 2-1) a 13-11 lead with 38 seconds left in the second three-minute overtime. Lennon and Kevin Kuhn scored three apiece. D.J. Armitage had a career-high 16 saves for Loyola.
Flintridge Prep 10, Pasadena Poly 6
Bryan Russell scored four goals and Ben Naecker and Michael McDonnell each added two goals for host Flintridge Prep (10-7, 2-1). Pasadena Poly drops to 1-2 in league.
Bell Gardens 12, Cerritos 9
John Chou scored three goals in the loss for visiting Cerritos (14-4).
Cathedral 22, Artesia 2
Leading scorer Chris Argueta had eight goals and assisted on nine others while Boris Torres had six goals and four assists in leading Cathedral (9-2) to a one-sided victory at Artesia
Long Beach Wilson 11, Foothill 8
Foothill led at the end of the first quarter, 3-2, but Wilson scored six of the next seven goals to seize control of this Division I showdown between the top two ranked teams in the Southern Section. No. 1 Wilson (15-1) was led by Joe Sherrin, who had four goals, and Matt Sagehorn, who had three. Foothill (11-5) was led by J.W. Krumpholz, who scored three goals; Ryan Cummins added two goals.
Chay Lapin had eight saves for Wilson, but was most impressive coming out of the cage to assist his defenders, helping the Bruins beat Foothill for the second time in four days; Wilson won the championship game of the S&R Sport Cup on Saturday, 10-5.
Servite 11, El Toro 9
Daniel Garcia had six goals and Rory Bevins added three goals and six assists for Servite (6-10), ranked No. 3 in Division II, in the win at El Toro (10-5), which is ranked No. 4 in the Division I coaches' poll.
Monday, Oct. 11
NORTH ORANGE COUNTY
Mission Viejo 9, San Diego Torrey Pines 8 (OT)
Kevin Mitchell scored his second goal of the game with one second remaining in the sudden death overtime period for Mission Viejo (12-6), ranked No. 8 in the Division I coaches' poll. Bryson Beardsley led the Diablos with three goals.
Palos Verdes 13, Loyola 5
Jordan Watson and Matt Richardson each had four goals to lead Palos Verdes (12-5). Goalie Eric Gobrecht had 12 saves for Palos Verdes.
San Marcos 10, Whittier 9
Kenny Constentineias had five goals for San Marcos. Sophomore Cory Baccus had five goals and Bruce Sanger had four goals for Whittier (7-4), which is ranked No. 6 in the Division III coaches' poll.
Mission Viejo 23, Marina (B) 1
Bryan Beardsley and Scott Sorge each had five goals to lead Mission Viejo (11-6).
Whittier 10, Loyola 6
Cory Baccus scored four goals and Bruce Sanger and Marcelo Guzman each had two goals for Whittier. Mike Lennon and Forrest Monroe each had two goals for Loyola.
Palos Verdes 12, Garden Grove 8
Alex Powell had four goals and Jordan Watson added three goals for Palos Verdes (11-5).
San Marcos 12, Bonita (B) 5
El Segundo 14, Beverly Hills 8
Senior Cameron Hughes scored five goals to reach 50 total goals in 14 games for El Segundo (12-3, 3-0), ranked No. 2 in Division VI. Beverly Hills falls to 8-9 and 1-2 in league