School: El Toro High
Viloria, who was the Division 4-A offensive player of the year last season while leading El Toro to the 4-A title, has the Chargers (11-0) rolling again. She scored eight goals in three El Toro victories last week, including four in an 8-1 victory over Temple City in the semifinals of the Cerritos tournament Saturday. Viloria scored El Toro’s first three goals and then scored her fourth--she only took six shots--two minutes into the second half before leaving the game. “I yanked her after the fourth one,” El Toro Coach Kerry Krause said. “I said, ‘Enough.’ ” Viloria, who was voted team captain by her teammates last week, broke a 0-0 tie Wednesday against Agoura by scoring three goals in the first nine minutes of the second half. She scored on a penalty kick in a 1-0 victory over Los Alamitos earlier Saturday in the quarterfinals. She has 16 goals and four assists this season.
Other top performers:
* Melody Earle, who was named the most valuable player of the Bolsa Grande tournament, averaging 20.3 points for Estancia in three games. Earle scored 20 in the final game as the Eagles defeated Trabuco Hills, 70-48, to remain undefeated.
* Carrie Frederick, who was named the most valuable player of the La Quinta tournament after averaging 19 points in three Savanna victories. Frederick scored 21 points Friday in the Rebels’ 62-48 victory over Dana Hills.
* Lynn Murray, who scored five goals in three Esperanza soccer victories. She scored two in the Aztecs’ 5-0 victory over Long Beach Poly and scored one and assisted on the other in a 2-0 victory over Canyon in the Cerritos tournament Saturday.