City Section

Saturday, Feb. 14

CITY SECTION PLAYOFF PAIRINGS
First Round (Thursday, Feb. 19)

UPPER BRACKET--Venice at Canoga Park; Sun Valley Poly at Jefferson; Los Angeles Hamilton at Sherman Oaks CES; Monroe at Fairfax; Palisades at San Pedro; Gardena at Grant; Manual Arts at Reseda; Wilmington Banning at Birmingham.

LOWER BRACKET-Chatsworth at Bell; El Camino Real at Belmont; Lincoln at Locke; Hollywood at Fremont; South Gate at Franklin; Bravo Medical at Los Angeles Jordan; San Fernando at Cleveland; Foshay at Sylmar.

Note: All games start at 3 p.m. The second round will be held Feb. 24, followed by the quarterfinals on Feb. 26, the semifinals on March 1 and the championship at East Los Angeles College on March 6.

Friday, Feb. 13

SUNSET SIX LEAGUE

Grant 5, North Hollywood 0
Moises Gomez had four goals and one assist for Grant (12-6-2, 5-3-2), which finished second in league to Canoga Park. Gomez has 36 goals this season, breaking the school of 32 by Johny Amaya last season, when the Lancers went to City Championship final.

Thursday, Feb. 12

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Los Angeles 4, Eagle Rock 0
Dennis Dargas scored two goals and Angel Godinez and Esteban Moreno each added one goal for host Los Angeles (9-4-2, 6-4-2).

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE

Sylmar 3, Reseda 1
Miguel Madrigal had a goal and an assist and Julian Ponce and Julian Lopez also scored for host Sylmar (19-4-2, 8-1-1).

Wednesday, Feb. 11

COLISEUM LEAGUE

Fremont 2, Jefferson 1
Joey Quinonez and Jose Torres both scored for Fremont (7-3-2, 6-1-2).

Manual Arts 0, Locke 0
Second place Locke is 9-2-4, 5-1-3. Fourthplace Manual Arts is 4-3-2 in league.

CROSSTOWN LEAGUE

Foshay 0, SOCES 0
Ben Gottlieb notched his 11th shutout of the season for visiting SOCES (11-1-2), which clinched its first league championship in seven years. Foshay is 10-2-2.

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Lincoln 3, L.A. Marshall 0
Franklin 2, Los Angeles 2

SUNSET SIX LEAGUE

Canoga Park 0, North Hollywood 0
Canoga Park (13-1-2, 7-0-2) clinched its first-ever league championship after finishing in last place last season. North Hollywood is 3-3-3 in league.

Grant 2, Poly 0
Senior Moises Gomez scored both goals, one on a penalty kick, for Grant (4-3-2 in league) at Poly (5-4 in league). Gomez, who has committed to Cal State Northridge, has 33 goals, breaking the school single-season record of 32 set last year by Johny Amaya.

WEST VALLEY LEAGUE

El Camino Real 4, Taft 1
Charlie Assad and Peter Saatjian each had two goals to lead visiting El Camino Real (14-4-4, 6-3-1).

Monday, Feb. 9

EASTERN LEAGUE

Bell 3, South Gate 3
Roger Lopez scored two goals for visiting Bell (9-0-6, 4-0-5). South Gate is 3-1-5 in league.

Roosevelt 3, Garfield 1
Sergio Barrajas, Jose Fernandez and team captain Carlos Borroles each scored and goalkeeper Jessie Rios had seven saves for visiting Roosevelt (3-4-7, 1-5-2).

FREEWAY LEAGUE

Sherman Oaks CES 2, Bravo 1
Sergio Centeno scored the game-winning goal on a penalty kick in the last three minutes to lift visiting Sherman Oaks CES (11-1-1 in league). Christian Cruz scored the first goal for the Knights. Bravo is 10-2-1 in league.

MARINE LEAGUE

San Pedro 5, Narbonne 0
Dustin Castania had three assists and goalkeeper Logan Adams had his fifth shutout of the season for host San Pedro (11-4-4, 8-0-1). Narbonne is 2-6-1 in league.

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Belmont 5, Eagle Rock 1
Nestor Galvez scored three goals to lead visiting Belmont (10-4-3, 6-2-3). Eagle Rock is 1-10 in league.

Franklin 2, Wilson 0
Franklin is 6-0-4 in league.

Lincoln 4, Los Angeles 0
Lincoln is 7-2-2 in league.

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE

Sylmar 5, San Fernando 0
Senior Julian Ponce scored three goals and sophomore goalie Irvin Rodriguez recorded his 13th shutout of the season to lead visiting Sylmar (18-4-2, 7-1-1).

WEST VALLEY LEAGUE

Chatsworth 2, Taft 1
Fernando Zandarin and Michael Sewell each scored to lead visiting Chatsworth (13-4-4, 3-4-2).

WESTERN LEAGUE

Fairfax 7, Westchester 1
Elvis Sandoval and Henry Moran scored two goals to lead host Fairfax to its first Western League championship in 10 years. Fairfax is 6-2-2 in league.

L.A. Hamilton 3, L.A. University 0
Edwin Osorto, Jose Guerrero and Felipe Arriaga each scored one goal in the second half to lift host L.A. Hamilton (6-6-1, 6-4). Goalkeeper Erik Sigala led L.A. Hamilton to the team's first shut out in league play. L.A. University is 4-5-4, 3-4-3.

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