Southern Section

Saturday, Nov. 8

Consolation Final

Santa Margarita 11, California 5
Julien Lormant scored five goals to lead Santa Margarita (12-15).

Consolation Semifinals

Santa Margarita 12, Troy 8
Alex Rogers scored six goals and Julien Lormant added four for Santa Margarita (11-15).


Coronado 9, Foothill 8
Junior Barron Benjamin tied the score at 8-8 for Foothill, but the Knights (19-8), ranked No. 6 in the Southland by The Times, fell to San Diego Section power Coronado at La Jolla High.

Tom Corcoran scored three goals for Coronado, helping his team jump out to an early 3-0 lead before Foothill rallied to within 4-3 at the end of the period.

Coronado still led, 5-4, at halftime, was up 8-6 going into the fourth quarter. Benjamin tied the game midway through the period, but Coronado registered the winning goal in a man-up situation with two minutes to play after the Knights' J.W. Krumpholz was called for a foul.

Benajamin finished with three goals and Foothill senior goalkeeper Sandy Hohener made 13 saves. Benjamin, the Knights' third-leading scorer, has 30 goals for the season.
Lauren Peterson

Friday, Nov. 7

At Redondo

Santa Monica 12, Redondo 11
El Segundo 13, Santa Monica 6

Cameron Hughes scored a career high five goals for El Segundo (17-11, 2-3), which breaks a three way Bay League tie, and, by virtue of the victory, El Segundo earns a CIF playoff berth. Santa Monica winds up 17-11 (2-4), and Redondo finishes 9-16 (1-4).

Second Place Playoffs

Tustin 8, El Modena 6
Jake Philpot led Tustin with three goals, while Ryan Higgins and Jared Yocam had two goals each for Tustin (17-6). Nick Pasani scored three goals for El Modena.

El Dorado 14, El Modena 5
After a three-way tie for second in the league standings, El Dorado clinches the No. 2 berth from the league into the playoffs, with Tustin at No. 3.


Royal 10, Calabasas 3
Tyler Diamond had three goals and Tyler McClure had two goals for visiting Royal (20-8, 9-3).

Thursday, Nov. 6


Upland 12, Rancho Cucamonga 4
Robert Bersbach had five goals and two assists and Kory Wilson had 18 saves to lead visiting Upland (17-11, 9-1), which clinched its seventh consecutive league championship. Bersbach has totaled 102 goals for the year, setting the school's single-season record.


La Habra 14, Buena Park 2


Oaks Christian 8, Milken 7
Wills DeVogelaere and Ryan Balikian each scored three goals and Jon Pare added two goals for host Oaks Christian (14-8, 3-3), which finished second in league.


Royal 9, Agoura 5
Tyler Diamond had three goals and Tyler McClure had two goals for host Royal (19-8, 8-3).


Loyola 13, Crespi 10
Charlie Moore had six goals to lead Loyola (21-6, 6-2), which clinched second place in league. Brock Roverud had six goals to lead Crespi (11-11, 4-4).


Laguna Beach 10, Irvine University 9


La Canada 9, Temple City 6
Craig McNeese of La Canada (8-0 in league) had four goals at Temple City (19-9, 6-2). Lonya Breitel had three goals and Bryan Reyes had 19 saves for Temple City.


Santa Margarita 17, Mater Dei 10
Julien Lormant had five goals, seven assists and three steals to help Santa Margarita (10-15, 2-1) clinch second place and a playoff berth at Saddleback College. Alex Rogers had a career-high four goals for Santa Margarita. Bryce Baker had four goals for Mater Dei (1-2 in league).

Servite 17, St. John Bosco 10
Brent Hurley had six goals and goalie Andrew Mesesan had 11 saves to lead No. 1 Servite (25-2, 3-0), which clinched the league title.


Mission Viejo 7, Capistrano Valley 5
Stephen Blount had three goals and David Johnson and Kyle McKnight each had two for Mission Viejo (17-12, 3-2), which clinched the third and final playoff spot. Kyle Sabine had three goals for Capistrano Valley (8-21, 2-3).


Riverside Poly 13, Bonita 8
Matt Fillaman scored four goals for Riverside Poly (20-9), which built a 9-0 haltime lead. Bonita is 18-9.

Wednesday, Nov. 5


El Rancho 11, Whittier 5
Adrian Phillips had seven goals to lead visiting El Rancho (13-12, 3-1).


La Habra 17, Sonora 16 (OT)
Marcel Muniz scored the game-winner in the fourth overtime period on a four-meter penalty shot to lift visiting La Habra (14-13, 4-0), which clinched a share of the league title. Bryce Stowell led the Highlanders with seven goals. Allen Travis had six goals for Sonora (4-1 in league).

Troy 8, Sunny Hills 6 (OT)
Callum Reynolds had five goals and Nadim Ariqat had a goal and three assists to lead visiting Troy (10-12, 3-2).


Oaks Christian 13, Carpinteria 9
Ryan Balikian had four goals and Chris Hudson had three goals for visiting Oaks Christian (13-8, 3-3).

Malibu 12, Nordhoff 3


Agoura 13, Calabasas 9
Mike Koplan had four goals and three assists, Greg Altmann added four goals and five assists and Nathan Hadar had 11 saves to lead host Agoura (14-10, 6-4). Calabasas is 5-6 in league.

Royal 23, Moorpark 1
Tyler Diamond and Kyle Wagner each had four goals to lead host Royal (18-8, 7-3).


Savanna 15, Magnolia 7
Chris McCullough scored seven goals for Savanna (11-10, 3-4). Magnolia is 2-5 in league.


Webb 16, Pasadena Poly 9
Chris Erlinger scored six goals and assisted on three others for Webb (15-5, 5-3). Abe Kaslow scored seven goals for host Poly (10-12, 2-6).


Temple City 8, South Pasadena 4
Bryan Reyes had 18 saves and David Nunez scored three goals to lead visiitng Temple City (20-8, 6-1). South Pasadena falls to 3-4 in league.


Foothill 15, Irvine 8
Frank Reynolds had eight goals for the second consecutive game and Sandy Hohener had 10 saves in goal for host and No. 6 Foothill (19-7, 5-0), which clinched the league title. Drew Vyn had four goals for Irvine (2-3 in league).

Newport Harbor 15, Woodbridge 5
Michael Bury had six goals and Clay Jorth chipped in with four to lead No. 4 Newport Harbor (16-10, 4-1).


Damien 9, Ayala 7
Grant Miller had three goals, three assists and three steals and Xande Wright had 14 saves to lead visiting and No. 8 Damien (26-2, 7-0), which clinched its third consecutive league championship. Ayala falls to 22-6, 5-2.


Harvard-Westlake 9, Servite 8
The North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake, boys' water polo team, ranked No. 2 in the Southland by The Times, defeated top-ranked Anaheim Servite at Harvard-Westlake.Will Hindle-Katel, Eric Vreeland, Brian Flacks and Justin Rappel each scored twice and goalkeeper Jay Conley had 12 saves as the Wolverines (23-2), the top-ranked team in Southern Section Division I, never trailed.Servite, which beat Harvard-Westlake, 8-7, in the final of last month's S&R Cup, falls to 23-2, but is still expected to be the top-seeded team in Division II when the playoff pairings are announced on Monday.

Tuesday, Nov. 4


Upland 11, Etiwanda 7
Sophomore Robert Bersbach had five goals and two assists and Kory Wilson had 19 saves and one assist to lead host Upland (15-11, 7-1). Ryan Latteur had four goals for visiting Etiwanda (6-2 in league).


Buena 11, Ventura 7
Brian Condron had five goals to lead host Buena (19-13, 2-6). Chris Shainkle had four goals for Ventura (6-19, 0-7).


Garden Grove 19, Bolsa Grande 4
Garden Grove is 12-9, 4-0. Bolsa Grande is 0-4 in league.

Los Amigos 13, Pacifica 3
Jean Selvon had five goals, three steals and two assists to lead host Los Amigos (12-10, 2-2). Pacifica is 3-8, 1-3.


Riverside Poly 16, Arlington 5
Matt Sillanan, Jack Hines and Colin Tewksbury each scored four goals to lead Riverside Poly (18-9, 5-0) past visiting Arlington (3-2 in league).


Harvard-Westlake 20, Alemany 6
Will Hindle-Katel had six goals and four assists, Eric Vreeland had five goals, and Colin Rappel made 15 saves for host No. 2-ranked Harvard-Westlake (21-2, 7-0).

Loyola 19, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 7
Charlie Moore and Mike Lennon each scored five goals to lead host Loyola (20-6, 5-2).


Palos Verdes 13, Milken 1
Eric Gobrecht had 18 saves and Jordan Watson scored five goals to lead visiting Palos Verdes (15-11, 4-0), which won the league title. Milken is 12-8, 2-2.


Temple City 14, San Marino 10
David Nunez had six goals to lead visiting Temple City (19-9, 5-1).


Crespi 11, Santa Monica 10
Corry Seeholzer scored two minutes into the sudden-death overtime period for Crespi (14-10) at Pierce College. Brock Roverud had seven goals for Crespi.

Foothill 13, Villa Park 8
Frank Reynolds had eight goals to pace host and No. 6 Foothill (18-7).

La Canada 11, El Segundo 6
Tom Dodson and Matt Blatchey scored three goals each and goalie Kevin Coyne had 18 saves to lead La Canada (17-6) past host El Segundo (16-10). Seniors Deric Parsoneault, Troy Swanson and Daniel Hoffman each scored two goals and Marcus Caimi had 15 saves for for El Segundo.

Mission Viejo 6, Millikan 4
Goalie Ryan Pellerin had a season-high 16 saves to lead visiting Mission Viejo (16-12).

Newport Harbor 13, Capistrano Valley 5
Michael Bury had six goals and Clay Jorth chipped in with five for visiting and No. 4 Newport Harbor (15-10).

Monday, Nov. 3


Consolation Championship

Loyola 10, Temple City 5
Mike Lennon scored five goals and Mike Stevenson had six saves and six steals for Loyola (19-6) at Esperanza High.


Charter Oak 10, Whittier 9
Drew McUreil tallied six goals to lead Charter Oak. Corey Baccus had six goals, scoring four in the third quarter to tie the game at 6-6, for host Whittier (8-17).

Garden Grove 11, Whittier 6
Adam Torrey scored six goals to lead Garden Grove. Corey Baccus had three goals for host Whittier.

Laguna Beach 13, La Habra 12
Ryan Fair scored the game-winner on a four-meter penalty shot with 10 seconds left for Laguna Beach. La Habra is 13-13.

Riverside Poly 13, Laguna Beach 9
Sophomore Colin Tewksbury scored five goals for Riverside Poly (17-9) at Esperanza High. Nima Mortozan scored four goals for Laguna Beach.

Mira Costa 6, Temple City 3


Sonora 9, Sunny Hills 5
Mike Varela had three goals and Rod West finished with 20 saves to lead Sonora (17-10, 4-0), which plays host to La Habra at 3 p.m. Wednesday for the league title. Sunny Hills falls to 2-2 in league.


Cathedral 19, Workman 10
Angel Martinez scored seven goals for host Cathedral (14-1, 10-0). Edward Delgadillo scored three goals for Workman (2-8 in league).


Los Amigos 15, Estancia 10
Sam Mostafa had six goals, four assists and three steals and Jean Selvon had four goals, five assists and three steals for visiting Los Amigos (11-10). Estancia is 7-10.

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