Prep Soccer Roundup : Servite Prevails Over Eisenhower, 3-1

Rhett Harty, Jim Berry and Erwin Garcia scored goals Monday to lead Servite High School to a 3-1 victory over Eisenhower in a nonleague boys’ soccer match at Servite.

After a scoreless first half, Harty scored to give the Friars (2-0) a 1-0 lead two minutes into the second half. Eisenhower’s Matt Stotler tied the game eight minutes later, but Berry gave Servite the lead for good with a goal at the 30-minute mark.

Garcia scored six minutes later to clinch the victory.

Goalie Tom Nieto made three saves for the Friars.


In other nonleague games:

Estancia 3, Brea-Olinda 0--The Wildcats (2-2-1) were shut out for the second straight game as Estancia goalie Peewee Hernandez made five saves at Brea.

“We just can’t seem to generate any offense,” said Brea Coach Manny Toledo, whose team was shut out, 5-0, by Mater Dei on Saturday. “We have never allowed five goals in back-to-back games until now. This is our fifth game in seven days, and they’ve all been tough ones, but that’s no excuse.”

Miguel Milan, Sean Daly and Marco Vasquez scored goals for the Eagles (3-1).


Milan gave Estancia a 1-0 lead 33 minutes into the first half, as he scored on a rebound shot. Daly made it 2-0 at the 10-minute mark of the second half and Vasquez scored at the 33-minute mark.

Goalie Denny LaFrance of Brea-Olinda had 12 saves.

Village Christian 8, Daniel Murphy 1--Pat Bradley scored three goals and Jason Jones had two to lead Village Christian (2-1) at Daniel Murphy.

In girls’ soccer action:


Cypress 6, Bolsa Grande 0--Tanya Smith scored three goals and Heather Haas two in the Centurions’ victory at Cypress. Renee Scarpin scored the other goal for Cypress (2-0).