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Saturday, Nov. 15
Harvard-Westlake 10, Corona del Mar 2
Jake Connelly had 10 saves for visiting Harvard-Westlake (26-2), the No. 1 team in the Times' rankings and in the Southern Section Division I.
El Toro 10, Newport Harbor 7
Foothill 11, San Clemente 8
Long Beach Wilson 13, Northwood 7
Marina 9, Servite 8
Reed Honrath scored three times, converting the game-winning goal with 1:10 remaining in the game to lift Marina (16-2) to an upset victory over top-seeded defending-champion Servite (25-3) at Golden West College. The Vikings rallied from a 4-1 first-quarter deficit to win the match.
Daniel Garcia had three goals to lead Servite, which played nearly the entire match without senior two-meter standout Adam Hewko. Hewko was struck in the face playing playing defense a minute into the game and suffered a 1 1/2-inch gash above his nose that required 20 stitches to close.
The Friars were ranked No. 2 in the Southland by the Times and No. 1 in the Southern Section Division II.
Marina also got three goals from senior Rory Kelly, who was ejected with his third foul late in the game. Ryan Wagner added two goals and Jared Luth had one goal. Andy Mackey made a game-saving steal with Servite driving with 24 seconds left.
Villa Park 19, Saddleback 6
Shea Buckner had six goals to lead host Villa Park (20-11). Saddleback falls to 18-12.
Esperanza 11, El Dorado 6
Los Alamitos 9, Santa Margarita 3
Mira Costa 9, Temple City 4
Lonya Breitel, Jeffrey Onysko, Russell Scheidegger and David Nunez each scored and Bryan Reyes had 11 saves for Temple City (21-10) at South Pasadena.
Montebello 15, California 4
Freshman Uriel Billa had four goals to lead visiting Montebello (28-2).
La Canada 12, El Segundo 2
Peninsula 8, La Serna 7
San Marcos 13, Royal 11
Sophomore Juan Camero scored three goals in the third quarter to help Royal rally from a 7-3 halftime deficit, but the Highlanders (20-0) still fell at Pepperdine. San Marcos and Royal were tied at 9-9 after the third period, but the Royals outscored the Highlanders, 4-2, in the fourth quarter, despite another goal by Camero, who finished with four in the game.
Santa Barbara 15, Malibu 7
Tyler Wilson had seven goals to lead Santa Barbara (21-10).
Santa Ynez 11, Newbury Park 9
Dos Pueblos 13, Rio Mesa 9
Damian 14, Etiwanda 4
Grant Miller had six goals and Matt Martin added three goals and three assists to lead Damian (29-2), No. 7 in The Times rankings.
Riverside Poly 12, Upland 8
Sophomore Colin Tewksbury scored four goals and sophomore goalie Jesse Warkentin made eight saves to lead Riverside Poly (22-9) at Claremont High. With Riverside Poly holding a 6-5 edge in the third quarter, Tewksbury scored three consecutive goals, with one at the end of the period and two more to open the fourth quarter as the Bears stretched their lead to 9-5. Upland pulled within 10-8 with 1:45 to play, but Dominic Tilden and Shawn Britton each scored goals for Riverside Poly to seal the victory.
Ayala 14, Claremont 4
Palm Desert 7, Murrieta Valley 4
Bonita 9, Palos Verdes 6
Ryan Allred had four goals for Bonita (22-9) at Las Flores Park. Palos Verdes goalie Eric Gobrecht made 12 saves and Jordan Watson, Nick Doyle and Andy Nelson each had two goals for the Sea Kings (17-12).
Los Altos 10, Rowland 7
A.J. Kotanjian had six goals to lead visiting Los Altos (18-9).
San Bernardino 18, Western 7
Jesse Austin had six goals and Ryan McGowan had four goals for San Bernardino at Kennedy High in La Palma.
Yucaipa 10, Chadwick 7
Thursday, Nov. 13
Los Altos 24, La Sierra 6
A.J. Kotanjain had nine goals to lead third-seeded Los Altos (17-9).
Palos Verdes 8, Don Lugo 3
Eric Gobrecht made 10 saves and Jordan Watson had four goals, two assists and two steals to lead host Palos Verdes (17-11)
Western 10, Webb 8
Kevin Armijo and Nick Polichetti had three goals apiece to lead host Western (20-8). Webb is 16-6.
Bonita 18, San Gorgonio 5
Chadwick 12, Rancho Alamitos 6
Rowland 13, Flintridge Prep 11
San Bernardino 20, Garden Grove 7
El Toro 18, Crespi 5
Andrew Holbrook had five goals and Chris Allen added four to lead host El Toro (22-6), which led 12-1 at halftime. Cory Seeholzer had three goals for Crespi (13-13).
Harvard-Westlake 23, Long Beach Poly 1
David Lee had four goals for top-seeded Harvard-Westlake (25-2).
Long Beach Wilson 16, Mission Viejo 9
Scott Swanson and Joe Sherrin each scored four goals to lead host second-seeded Long Beach Wilson (24-4). Aaron Lefevre had four goals for Mission Viejo (17-13).
San Clemente 11, Loyola 9
Kyle Healy had five goals to lead San Clemente. Charlie Moore had five goals and Mike Lennon added three for Loyola (21-7), which led, 7-6, in the third period. Mike Stevenson and Jimmy Martin each played a half in goal and each made five saves for Loyola.
Corona del Mar 7, Laguna Hills 6
Newport Harbor 17, Millikan 6
Northwood 7, Irvine 6
El Dorado 12, La Habra 9 (OT)
Ryan Steiger of El Dorado had five goals, including two in two three-minute ovetime periods in which the Golden Hawks outscored La Habra, 4-1. Chris Morgan added three goals for El Dorado (19-11), including one with 10 seconds in regulation that tied the game at 8-8. La Habra is 15-14.
Saddleback 14, Placentia Valencia 11
Chris Tapia had nine goals and Chris Galvan made 12 saves to lead host Saddleback (18-11). Duncan Cox had four goals for Valencia (19-8).
Santa Margarita 9, Sonora 7
Julien Lormant had four goals, three assists and five steals and David Husen added three goals for host Santa Margarita (13-15). Sonora finished at 17-12.
Servite 16, Santa Ana 5
Daniel Garcia had four goals and Brent Hurley chipped in with three for host top-seeded Servite (24-2), which led 10-1 at halftime.
Villa Park 20, Troy 8
Villa Park outscored Troy, 9-0, in the second quarter to put the game away. Shea Buckner finished with eight goals to lead third-seeded Villa Park (19-11). Callum Reynolds had five goals for Troy (10-14).
Esperanza 14, Costa Mesa 5
Los Alamitos 12, Tustin 9
El Segundo 14, Crescenta Valley 13 (sudden death)
Derick Parsoneault scored two, including the game-winning goal from eight meters, 21 seconds into the sudden-death overtime period, to lead visiting El Segundo (19-11). Marcus Caimi tallied 17 saves and six streals and Troy Swanson and Cameron Hughes each added four goals for the Eagles. Crescenta Valley, seeded eighth, finishes at 17-9.
La Canada 17, Whittier 7
Jordan Thompson had four goals and Scott Burns chipped in with three for host top-seeded La Canada.to lead host La Canada (20-6). Cory Baccus had three goals for Whittier (9-12).
La Serna 15, Burbank 3
Ryan Goetz had four goals and Patrick Nandy had three assists to lead La Serna (21-8).
Temple City 11, Glendale 9
David Nunez had four goals and three assists and Bryan Reyes made 21 saves to lead host Temple City (21-9).
California 13, Gahr 8
Mira Costa 17, Downey 1
Montebello 12, South Pasadena 5 Peninsula 14, Cerritos 3
Malibu 16, Arroyo Grande 10
Cody Shirk had 10 steals to lead host Malibu (21-6).
Royal 12, Lompoc Cabrillo 5
Tyler Diamond had five goals and two assists to lead host Royal (20-8).
Santa Barbara 18, Camarillo 3
Tyler Wilson scored five for host Santa Barbara (20-10).
Dos Pueblos 10, Righetti 4
Newbury Park 18, San Luis Obispo 4
Rio Mesa 12, Thousand Oaks 7
San Marcos 18, Oaks Christian 8
Santa Ynez 17, Oxnard 4
Claremont 11, Redlands 6
Mike Daub had five goals and Andrew Romero made 13 saves to lead Claremont (19-10).
Damien 21, Redlands East Valley 2
Grant Miller had seven goals and Steve Donohoe added two goals and five assists against to lead host Damien (28-2).
Riverside Poly 22, King 4
Colin Tewksbury and Sean Britton each had four goals to lead host Riverside Poly (21-9).
Upland 12, La Quinta 4
Robert Bersbach had four goals and three assists to lead host Upland (18-11).
Ayala 14, Elsinore 4
Etiwanda 14, Hemet 8
Palm Desert 7, Arlington 6
Wednesday, Nov. 12
Foothill 21, Laguna Beach 5
J.W. Krumpholz and Frank Reynolds each scored four goals and Sandy Hohener had nine saves for third-seeded Foothill (20-8). The Knights will play the winner of Thursday's San Clemente/Loyola game in the second round Saturday. Nima Mortazaui had three goals for Laguna Beach.
Tuesday, Nov. 11
Chadwick 14, Milken 4
Jesse Tootell scored seven goals and Alex Lovell contributed five for Chadwick (20-5). Milken finishes the season 8-7.
Don Lugo 12, Los Amigos 9 (OT)
Joe Ragland had four goals, including two in overtime, and Louie Talamontes chipped in with three goals, including one in overtime, to lift host Don Lugo (19-7). Jean Selvon, who scored to tie the game at 9-9 with 10 seconds remaining in regulation, had six goals for Los Amigos (13-12).
Flintridge Prep 13, Beverly Hills 7
Visiting Flintridge Prep improved to 21-7.
Garden Grove 14, Chaffey 6
Kevin Longeuay had seven goals and Adam Torrey chipped in with four for host Garden Grove (13-11).
Los Altos 16, Colony 4
A.J. Kotanjian had six goals to lead host Los Altos (16-9) past Colony (11-13).
Palos Verdes 12, Norco 4
Matt Richardson had five goals and Eric Gobrecht had 19 saves for host Palos Verdes (16-11), which is ranked No. 7 in Southern Section Division VI. Norco finished at 12-8.
Walnut 7, Jurupa Valley 3
Host Walnut improves to 16-11.
Webb 20, San Dimas 9
Chris Waddell had six goals and three assists and Michael Glavan added four goals and five assists for host Webb (16-5).
La Sierra 13, Cajon 9
Rancho Alamitos 12, Savanna 4
Rowland 18, La Puente 4
San Bernardino 30, Coronial Centennial 7
San Gorgonio 6, Santa Ana Valley 5
Western 10, Charter Oak 9 (3OT)
Yucaipa 20, Cathedral 17
Tustin 19, Loara 4
El Segundo 21, Bell Gardens 5
Deric Parsoneault scored a career-high six goals and David Kohler added four goals to lead El Segundo (18-11), which will play Crescenta Valley on Thursday. Omar Ramirez of Bell Gardens (10-17) had three goals in the match played at Santa Monica High.
Camarillo 13, Lompoc 8
Claremont 16, Palm Springs 7
Mike Daube had nine goals and Andrew Romero made 18 saves to lead host Claremont (18-10), which advances to play at Redlands on Thursday.
Redlands East Valley 12, Chaparral 11