Saturday, Sept. 13
Temple City 6, Redlands 5
Lonya Breitel had three goals to lead Temple City (4-1) to a third-place finish in the Rancho Cucamonga Tournament. Redlands is 3-2.
Ayala 15, Temple City 4
Irvine 13, Palos Verdes 9
Nick Doyle had three goals and Matt Richardson had two goals for Palos Verdes (1-2). Irvine is 2-1.
Marina 11, San Jose Leland 6
Rory Kelly was named the tournament MVP for Marina.
Loyola 10, Buena 4
Charlie Moore had three goals for Loyola (3-1) in the third-place game of the Conejo Classic at Westlake High. Moore, who also had four goals in 12-5 loss to Marina in the championship semifinals earlier in the day, leads the Cubs with 11 goals this season.
Marina 12, Loyola 5
San Jose Leland 11, Buena 10 (OT)
Rio Mesa 12, El Modena 2
Laguna Hills 13, Westlake 4
Webb 12, Sage Hill 6
Senior two-meter man Chris Waddell had six goals and two assists for Webb in a nonleague victory over visiting Sage Hill. Waddell scored twice in the first quarter to give the Gauls (2-0) a 2-1 edge. He also had two goals in the second and third periods. Junior driver Chris Erlinger added three goals and one assist.Tyler Youngblood scored three goals for Sage Hill (0-2).
Friday, Sept. 12
Temple City 10, Etiwanda 6
Senior David Nuñez scored eight goals and goalie Bryan Reyes recorded 11 saves to lead Temple City (3-0). Nuñez has 14 goals this season.Blake Tobin led Etiwanda with three goals.
Agoura 11, Notre Dame 10 (3 OT)
Mike Koplan scored his fifth goal with 1:12 in the third overtime.
Harvard-Westlake 21, Brea Olinda 5
Dos Pueblos 14, Crespi 2
Crescenta Valley 10, Harvard-Westlake B 8
Webb 17, San Dimas 2
Senior driver Michael Glavan scored five goals and won all four sprint faceoffs to lead host Webb over San Dimas in each teams' season opener. Senior two-meter Chris Waddell of Webb added two goals. San Dimas' Tim Salvage and Chris Ardary both scored one goal.
Thursday, Sept. 11
Flintridge Prep 10, San Marino 9
Flintridge Prep 10, Redondo 9
Mike Detoy of Flintridge Prep (2-0) had four goals in the first game and six in the second game.
Millikan 16, Fullerton 4
Irvine 15, Long Beach Poly 10
Palos Verdes 15, Trabuco Hills 5
Los Alamitos 15, Peninsula 4
Harvard-Westlake 10, Dos Pueblos 4
Brea Olinda 15, Crespi 6
Agoura 9, Crescenta Valley 6
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 8, Harvard-Westlake B 6
Los Amigos 17, Warren 16
Jean Selvon and Sam Mostafa had eight goals apiece to lead host Los Amigos (1-0). Warren is 0-1.
Savanna 17, Long Beach Jordan 8
Alex Houghtling had six goals and goalie Chris Anderson made 18 saves to lead visiting Savanna (1-0). Marquise Goodwin had four goals for Long Beach Jordan (0-1).