Southern Section

Saturday, Sept. 20



Los Amigos 11, Lakewood 9
Sam Mostafa scored five goals and Jean Selvon added three for Los Amigos (5-2) in the 11th-place game. Selvon leads Los Amigos with 34 goals this season, while Mostafa has 30, including six he scored in a 14-9 loss to Rancho Alamitos in the third round earlier in the day.


Damien 9, Ayala 7

Third Place

Riverside Poly 8, Murrieta Valley 7

Fifth Place

Bonita 20, San Marcos 15


Palm Desert 13, Los Altos 10
Royal 13, Upland 10
Righetti 15, Walnut 5
Claremont 9, La Serna 6
Arlington 6, Fontana 2
La Habra 17, San Bernardino 13
Rancho Cucamonga 5, Santa Ynez 0
Redlands 9, Ventura 4
Sonora 12, Rowland 1

Championship Semifinals

Ayala 12, Riverside Poly 11
Damien 12, Murrieta Valley 6

Fifth Place Semifinals

San Marcos 18, Los Altos 14
Bonita 20, Palm Desert 8

Consolation Semifinals

Upland 15, Walnut 7
Royal 8, Righetti 7
La Serna 10, Arlington 7
Claremont 12, Fontana 6
La Habra 12, Santa Ynez 11
San Bernardino 13, Rancho Cucamonga 6
Redlands 9, Sonora 6
Ventura 12, Rowland 5

Western at La Palma Kennedy

Woodbridge 10, Fountain Valley 7
Robert Moody had four goals and one steal to lead Woodbridge (6-0). Moody also had six goals and Alex Pfotenhauer had seven assists in a 13-6 victory over Alemany in the semifinals earlier in the day. Moody was named most valuable player of the tournament, the first that Woodbridge has ever won.

Third Place

Alemany 8, Webb 7

Friday, Sept. 19


Pool play

Thousand Oaks 7, Agoura 6
Crescenta Valley 6, Thousand Oaks 5

Riverside Poly
Pool play

At Woodhead Pool
First round

Upland 16, Rowland 3
San Marcos 14, King 7
Second round
San Marcos 15, Upland 6
Rowland 7, King 3

At Arlington Pool
First round

Righetti 11, Hemet 4
Murrieta Valley 14, Santa Ynez 8
Second round
Murrieta Valley 12, Righetti 6
Santa Ynez 14, Hemet 6

At Canyon Springs Pool
First round

Chaparral 16, Alta Loma 3
Riverside North 10, Santa Maria 5

Second round

Chaparral 7, Riverside North 4
Alta Loma 12, Santa Maria 5

At Jurupa Valley Pool
First round

Los Altos 10, Ventura 5
Walnut 8, South Pasadena 6

Second round

Los Altos 13, Walnut 9
Ventura 13, South Pasadena 11

At Redlands East Valley Pool
First round

La Serna 5, La Habra 4
Palm Desert 13, Redlands East Valley 3

Second round

Palm Desert 13, La Serna 6
La Habra 11, Redlands East Valley 2

At Arroyo Valley Pool
First round

La Sierra 14, West Valley 6
Chino 12, Los Osos 11

Second round

La Sierra 7, Chino 5
Los Osos 20, West Valley 5

Western Tournament
Pool play

Webb 10, Western 9
Junior Chris Erlinger scored his seventh goal with 30 seconds left in the match to give Webb the win over Western.

Webb 16, Loara 2


Flintridge Prep 13, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 4
Ben Naecker scored six goals to lead the Rebels (8-0) to the victory at home.

Foothill 8, Corona del Mar 7
J.W. Krumpholz and Frank Reynolds each scored three goals for Foothill (2-0). Thomas Pearson led Corona del Mar (1-2) with three goals.

Thursday, Sept. 18


Riverside Poly
Pool Play

Bonita 13, Arlington 6
Nick Corjon scored five goals for Bonita (3-0).

Bonita 12, Yucaipa 9
Nick Corjon had five goals for Bonita.

Damien 16, Palm Springs 3
Damien 18, Royal 6

Grant Miller scored 12 goals total in two games to lead Damien (3-0) to a pair of victories.


Flintridge Prep 13, Cerritos 10
Mike Detoy had four goals and Ben Naecker added three for host Flintridge Prep (7-0).

Laguna Hills 11, Mission Viejo 10
Grant Shubin had four goals for Laguna Hills. Diego Dominguez and David Johnson each scored four goals for Mission Viejo.

Long Beach Wilson 16, Esperanza 12
Matt Sagehorn had five goals to lead host Long Beach Wilson (2-0).

Los Amigos 12, Westminster 7
Jean Selvon had six goals and goalie Manny Lepe had 18 saves for visiting Los Amigos (4-1).

Loyola 5, Mira Costa 4
James Banks scored the game-winning goal with 24 seconds remaining to lead visiting Loyola (5-1). Michael Lennon tallied three goals and Jimmy Martin added 10 saves in two quarters for the Cubs.

Oaks Christian 15, Nordhoff 4
Chris Hudson had six goals and Wills deVogelaere had four goals for Oaks Christian.

Redondo 10, Beverly Hills 9 (3 OT)
Nick Lippa scored the game-winning goal to lead visiting Redondo (3-4). Jason Sorger had three goals in the loss for Beverly Hills (0-2).

Santa Margarita 13, Huntington Beach 12 (2 OT)
Junior Julien Lormant scored in sudden death overtime to give Santa Margarita (1-1) the victory. Lormant finished with eight goals and five assists. Huntington Beach is 2-1.

Villa Park 8, San Clemente 7
Goalie Andy Stevens had 14 saves and Kevin Mundia had four goals for visiting and No. 9 Villa Park (3-0). No. 10 San Clemente is 0-2.

Harvard-Westlake 8, Corona del Mar 4
Calabasas 15, Oaks Christian 8

Wednesday, Sept. 17

Mission League

Crespi 10, Alemany 5
Thomas Kantor of Crespi had four goals at Pierce College. Crespi is 3-3, 1-0 in league. Alemany is 0-1 in league.

Harvard-Westlake 27, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 2


El Segundo 14, Arcadia 4
Deric Parsoneault scored seven goals and Marcus Caimi had 16 saves for El Segundo (6-2) at Arcadia (4-3).

Tuesday, Sept. 16


Bonita 12, Upland 3
Ryan Allred scored five goals, and Paul Hatch and Michael White each added two goals for Bonita (1-0), the top-ranked team in Division VI. Bonita took 22 shots and Upland (0-1), ranked fourth in Division V, shot 16 times. Derek Augarten had 10 saves for host Bonita.

Cathedral 22, Alhambra 8
Mike Latta had nine goals and Angel Martinez added six to lead visiting Cathedral (3-0).

Damien 15, Claremont 2
Grant Miller tallied six goals, five steals and two assists and Steven Donohoe added three goals to lead host Damien (1-0) over Claremont (0-1).

El Segundo 13, Glendale 12
Daniel Hoffman had five goals and Deric Parsoneault scored four to lead visiting El Segundo (5-2) over Glendale (3-2).

Flintridge Prep 20, Warren 7
Mike Detoy and Ben Naecker each tallied five goals to lead visiting Flintridge Prep (6-0). Erick Khodadian and Jeff Naecker each added four goals for Flintridge Prep.

Foothill 9, El Toro 6
Frank Reynolds scored five goals for visiting and No. 2 Foothill (1-0), which led, 4-1, at halftime and 7-4 after three quarters. Reynolds had three first-half goals and added two more in the third quarter. Goalie Sandy Hohener had 12 saves and J.W. Krumpholz had three goals for the Knights. Andrew Holbrook led No. 1 El Toro (0-1) with a pair of scores.

Glendale 14, Beverly Hills 10
Edgar Shagovlian and Martin Galspyan each scored four goals for Glendale. Mike Matyas scored four goals for host Beverly Hills (0-1).

Irvine 16, Mission Viejo 11
Danny Natalizio had six goals and Drew Vyn had five for Irvine. Stephen Blount had four goals for Mission Viejo.

Long Beach Wilson 9, Newport Harbor 8
Sophomore Matt Sagehorn had three goals for No. 4 Wilson (1-0), which led, 5-3, at halftime. Michael Bury had three goals for No. 7 Newport Harbor (0-1).

Los Amigos 8, Santa Ana 7
Jean Selvon had five goals and Sam Mostafa had three for visiting Los Amigos (3-1). Santa Ana is 0-1.

Placentia Valencia 15, Troy 5
Duncan Cox had four goals and Laremy Janacek chipped in with three for visiting Valencia.

Santa Barbara 15, Thousand Oaks 8
Tyler Wilson had seven goals to lead host Santa Barbara. Quinn Delgado and Kyle Knapp both had three goals to lead Thousand Oaks (3-2).

Temple City 16, Walnut 7
David Nunez had seven goals and Bryan Reyes made 15 blocks to lead host Temple City (4-1) over Walnut (4-3).

Tustin 11, Mater Dei 5
Sean Baney and Andrew Kittson each scored two goals to lead host Tustin.

Webb 16, Montclair 6
Chris Erlinger had eight goals and Kent Ellis had two goals and two assists for visiting Webb (3-0). Montclair is 0-6.

Woodbridge 21, Sage Hill 6
Robert Moody had seven goals and Jared Gray had three goals and five assists to pace host Woodbridge (2-0). Sage Hill is 0-1.

Montebello 19, El Rancho 7
Corona del Mar 7, Capistrano Valley 2
Palos Verdes 12, Westlake 10


Carlsbad 7, San Clemente 4

Monday, Sept. 15


Pool Play

El Rancho 24, Santa Fe 4
El Rancho 13, Cerritos 7

Adrian Phillips of El Rancho (2-0) scored eight goals against Santa Fe and seven goals against Cerritos.


El Segundo 8, Crespi 6
Daniel Hoffman scored three goals and Deric Parsoneault added two goals for El Segundo (4-2). Brock Roverud and Thomas Kantor each scored two goals for host Crespi (2-3).

Saddleback 11, Edison 10
Chris Tapia had four goals and Juan Duran had two goals for host Saddleback (1-1). Edison is 0-1.