Saturday, Nov. 1
NORTH ORANGE COUNTY
Esperanza 14, La Habra 7
James Dale scored four goals and Phil Suisdorf added three goals to lead visiting Esperanza. La Habra is 13-12.
La Habra 7, Mira Costa 2
Ernie Ramirez and Bryce Stowell both had two goals for visiting La Habra (13-11).
Loyola 12, Valhalla 7
Mike Lennon had four goals for Loyola (18-6).
Riverside Poly 9, Loyola 8
Charlie Moore scored four goals in the loss for Loyola (17-6).
Temple City 9, Ventura 8 (OT)
Goalie Bryan Reyes had 19 blocks, including a four-meter penalty shot, to lead host Temple City (18-7).
Valencia 4, Whittier 3
Whittier 12, El Rancho 9
At San Jose Bellarmine HS
Bellarmine 7, Harvard-Westlake 4
Bellarmine 8, Long Beach Wilson 7
Harvard-Westlake 10, Newport Harbor 6
Webb 6, Flintridge Prep 5
Chris Waddell had 4 goals and Kit Clark had 11 saves to lead host Webb (14-4, 4-2). Mike Detoy had two goals for Flintridge Prep (19-7, 4-3).
Friday, Oct. 31
NORTH ORANGE COUNTY NO. 2
Damien 14, La Habra 9
Grant Miller had five goals to lead No. 7 Damien (22-1). Ernie Ramirez had four goals for La Habra (12-11).
Garden Grove 22, St. John Bosco 3
Adam Torrey had seven goals to lead Garden Grove (9-7).
Garden Grove 15, Buena Park 10
Cory Busby had five goals to pace Garden Grove (10-7).
La Habra 11, Saddleback 8
Marcel Muniz and Andrew Fisher had three goals apiece for La Habra (12-10).
Loyola 10, Huntington Beach 8
Mike Lennon scored five goals for Loyola.
Montebello 11, Mira Costa 6
Montebello improves to 21-1.
Servite 19, Loyola 9
Charlie Moore scored five goals for Loyola (17-5).
Servite 14, Damien 8
Adem Hewko had six goals to lead No. 1 Servite (20-1) over No. 7 Damien (20-1).
Troy 11, Fountain Valley 9
Callum Reynolds led the way for Troy (7-11) with five goals.
SAN JOSE BELLARMINE TRU-WEST
At San Jose
Newport Harbor 9, Foothill 8
Griffin Gentry scored three goals, including the game-winner with 3:17 remaining to lift Newport Harbor, ranked No. 8 by The Times, past No. 5 Foothill at Lynbrook High in San Jose. Gentry's final goal gave the Sailors a 9-7 lead. Frank Reynolds scored with 2:55 left to draw Foothill to within one goal at 9-8, but Newport Harbor goalie Michael Robinson stopped a point-blank shot with under a minute remaining to seal the victory. Robinson finished with seven saves and two steals. Reynolds, Steven Willinger and Jayce Seymour each had two goals for Foothill, which beat Newport Harbor, 11-10, Oct. 8 in a Sea View League contest. Newport Harbor will play either El Toro or Harvard-Westlake in the quarterfinals Saturday at Bellarmine High in San Jose.
Newport Harbor 11, Miramonte 10
Newport Harbor trailed at halftime, 6-4, before outscoring Miramonte, 5-0, in the third quarter. Micheal Bury scored three goals in the third quarter and finished with five goals to lead Newport Harbor. Griffin Gentry scored with 55 seconds left in fourth quarter to give the Sailors 11-9 lead. Miramonte scored with 41 seconds left to cut the lead to one.
Agoura 14, Thousand Oaks 10
Andrew Wedman had six goals, Zak Cianflone had three goals and three steals and Greg Altmann had six assists and seven steals for host Agoura (13-9, 5-4).
Flintridge Prep 13, Pasadena Poly 5
Mike Detoi and Brandon Choi each had three goals for host Flintridge Prep (19-6, 4-2).
La Serna 11, Crescenta Valley 6
Jeff Greenwood had six goals and Chris Villanueva added four goals for host La Serna (18-7, 3-0).
Thursday, Oct. 30
Upland 29, Alta Loma 4
Kory Wilson set a school record with 34 saves, eclipsing the previous mark of 26, to lead visiting Upland (14-11, 6-1). Alta Loma falls to 3-25, 0-7.
El Segundo 12, Redondo 5
Troy Swanson of El Segundo (16-9, 1-2) had three goals and teammate Marcus Caimi added 12 saves against visiting Redondo (8-13, 1-2).
Troy 10, Fullerton 9
Nadim Ariqat had four goals and Callum Reynolds chipped in with two goals and three steals for host Troy (2-2 in league).
Nordhoff 7, Oaks Christian 6
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
Temple City 16, Monrovia 14
David Nunez had seven goals and Russell Scheidegger added four for Temple City (16-6, 4-1). Steven Graham had six goals to lead to Monrovia.
Santa Margarita 14, St. John Bosco 8
David Husen scored six goals and Michael Connor had one goal and 14 saves to lead visiting Santa Margarita (9-13, 1-1). St. John Bosco is 0-2 in league.
Servite 23, Mater Dei 4
Daniel Garcia had eight goals to lead the way for No. 1 Servite.
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Mission Viejo 11, Dana Hills 0
Diego Dominguez had four goals, Stephen Blount had three and Ryan Pellerin had 10 saves in goal for Mission Viejo (15-11, 2-2).
Harvard-Westlake 9, Atherton Menlo School 6
Justin Rappell had three goals and Jay Connolly had 10 saves for visiting Harvard-Westlake (19-1), ranked No. 2 by The Times.
Buena 23, Nordhoff 3
Wednesday, Oct. 29
Montebello 17, Bell Gardens 3
Jose Ruiz and Christian Flores each scored four goals for host Montebello (19-1, 7-0), which led, 11-1, at halftime.
Nordhoff 7, Oaks Christian 6
Patrick Kelley and Ben Foley had two goals apiece to lead Nordhoff (8-14, 1-4).
Crespi 17, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 6
Brock Roverud scored six goals to lead visiting Crespi (12-10, 4-3).
Harvard-Westalke 9, Loyola 6
Eric Vreeland scored three goals to lead host and top-ranked Harvard-Westlake. Charlie Moore scored three for Loyola (16-4, 4-2).
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Newport Harbor 15, Laguna Hills 5
Michael Bury had eight goals, four steals and three assists to lead visiting and No. 8 Newport Harbor.
Tuesday, Oct. 28
Santa Barbara 13, Ventura 4
Palos Verdes 18, Torrance 3
Jordan Watson had six goals and Kevin Graner added three goals for host Palos Verdes (14-11, 3-0). Torrance fell to 4-15, 0-3.
El Segundo 19, Bell Gardens 12
Stevie Honeyer had five goals to lead El Segundo (15-9) over visiting Bell Gardens (7-12). David Kohler and Daniel Hoffman both added four goals to help El Segundo take a 10-1 halftime lead and beat Bell Gardens for the first time ever.
Monday, Oct. 27
Cathedral 18, Sierra Vista 5
Michael Latta and Chris Argueta each scored five goals for host Cathedral (14-1, 8-0). Sierra Vista is 0-13, 0-8.
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
La Canada 14, Crescenta Valley 5
Jordan Thompson scored six goals for La Canada.
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