Southern Section

Saturday, Sept. 18




Oxnard 4, Downey 3
Allan Nevarez had 16 saves for Downey (9-2).


Downey 15, St. John Bosco 3
Austin Cooper had seven goals and Allan Nevarez had 12 saves for Downey.



Riverside Poly 10, Murrieta Valley 6
Colin Tewksbury scored five goals and drew two ejections and goalie Jessee Warkentin had 14 saves for Riverside Poly as the Bears (5-0) won the championship of their own tournament with a 10-6 victory over Murrieta Valley at Sippy Woodhead Pool in Riverside.

Third Place

Redlands 7, Damien 6

Fifth Place

La Serna 10, Royal 6

Seventh Place

Ayala 12, San Marcos 7

Ninth Place

La Habra 13, Rowland 6
Steve Schrader scored four goals and made four steals and five other players scored at least one goal as La Habra (3-3) won the ninth-place game of the Riverside Poly tournament.

11th Place

Righetti 11, Arlington 7

13th Place

Upland 16, Santa Ynez 9

15th Place

Yucaipa 16, Walnut 9

Championship Semifinals

Riverside Poly 11, Redlands 5
Murrieta Valley 8, Damien 7

Fifth Place Semifinals

La Serna 15, Ayala 8
Royal 13, Santa Barbara San Marcos 6

Ninth Place Semifinals

Rowland 14, Righetti 9
La Habra 9, Arlington 3

13th Place Semifinals

Santa Ynez 12, Walnut 11
Upland 11, Yucaipa 10

Pool Play

Corona Santiago 6, Corona 5
Pacific 5, West Valley 0
Colony 7, Riverside North 5
Alta Loma 19, Canyon Springs 7
Hemet 14, Chino 11
Jurupa Valley 19, Santa Maria 7
Chaparral 21, Los Altos 8
Claremont 7, Arroyo Valley 6
Ventura 21, San Bernardino 3
Rancho Cucamonga 12, La Quinta 11
Palm Desert 7, Los Osos 6
Sonora 10, Redlands East Valley 9
Etiwanda 14, Ramona 9
Fontana 5, King 3
Cajon 12, Norco 9
Pacific 11, Corona Santiago 5
Corona 5, West Valley 0
Riverside North 11, Alta Loma 8
Canyon Springs 8, Colony 5
Jurupa Valley 18, Hemet 11
Chino 10, Santa Maria 8
Chaparral 13, Claremont 7
Arroyo Valley 12, Los Altos 11
Ventura 9, Rancho Cucamonga 4
La Quinta 10, San Bernardino 8
Palm Desert 8, Sonora 4
Redlands East Valley 11, Los Osos 10
La Sierra 15, Cajon 10
La Habra 9, Arlington 3



Costa Mesa 15, Bell Gardens 6
Kyle Thorsness scored four goals, four assists and had two steals for Costa Mesa (4-1) in the game at La Palma Kennedy.

Pool Play

Costa Mesa 17, Rancho Alamitos 7
Kyle Thorsness had four goals and Anthony Adamowicz and Evan Spencer each had three goals and five steals, while John Roche added three goals for Costa Mesa (3-1) in pool play of the Western tournament.

Friday, Sept. 17



Pool Play

Palm Desert 8, Etiwanda 3
San Bernardino 11, Hemet 10 (OT)
Riverside Poly 14, La Serna 11
Rowland 13, Santa Ynez 6
Palm Desert 16, San Bernadino 11
Hemet 16, Etiwanda 8

Sonora 5, Los Altos 0
La Quinta 7, Cajon 6
Murietta Valley 11, Royal 10
Arlington 12, Upland 10
Sonora 20, La Quinta 10

Canyon Springs 5, Corona Santiago 3
Riverside North 15, West Valley 3
Chaparral 18, Santa Maria 9
Norco 12, Ramona 6
Riverside North 10, Corona Santiago 5
Corona Santiago 5, West Valley 0

Ventura 9, King 6
Los Osos 6, Jurupa Valley 5 (OT)
Redlands 11, Ayala 10 (OT)
Rigetti 12, Walnut 7
Los Osos 14, Ventura 4
Jurupa Valley 11, King 5.

Rancho Cucamonga 9, La Sierra 4
Redlands East Valley 8, Claremont 3
Damien 8 San Marcos 6
La Habra 8, Yucaipa 7
Redlands East Valley 10, Rancho Cucamonga 9
Claremont 9, La Sierra 5

Corona 7, Colony 5
Alta Loma 11, Pacific 5
Arroyo Valley 12, Chino 6
Temescal Canyon 7, Fontana 6
Alta Loma 10, Colony 6
Pacific 11, Corona 8


First Round

Costa Mesa 24, La Palma Kennedy 0
Kyle Thorsness had nine goals, Adam Douglas added six and John Roche four for Costa Mesa (2-0) in a first-round game at La Palma Kennedy (2-2). Matt Jaroslawski had five saves for the Mustangs.


Cathedral 8, Culver City 6
Chris Arguepa had five goals to lead visiting Cathedral (4-1). Culver City drops to 0-4.

Foothill 12, Corona del Mar 9
J.W. Krumpholz scored six goals to lead the visiting Knights (1-1), ranked sixth in Southern Section Division I. Thomas Pearson led the Sea Kings (0-1), ranked fifth in Division I, with five goals.

Laguna Hills 8, Mission Viejo 7
Laguna Hills was led by Roy Cho's four-goal performance, while Tyler Hewko contributed three. Laguna Hills came back from a 7-5 deficit to score three goals in the last two minutes of the game.

Mission Viejo (1-1) was led by freshmen Kevin Mitchell and junior Bryson Beardsley, who each scored two goals. Goalie Ryan Pellerin of Mission Viejo had 10 saves, including a four- meter block.

Orange 7, Garden Grove Pacifica 5
Joe Smith scored two goals and Brian Beeler, Travis Ayers and Kevin Stoddard each had one for Garden Grove Pacifica, but the Mariners (0-1) fell in a nonleague game at Orange.

Palos Verdes 11, Chadwick 10
Host Palos Verdes (6-1) played down a man because of a brutality call from the middle of the third quarter and came back from a 7-6 deficit by outscoring Chadiwick (1-1) by five goals to three in the last quarter and a half.

Jordan Watson had five goals to lead the Sea Kings and Jesse Tootell led Chadwick with four.

Alex Powell scored the game-winning goal for Palos Verdes with 30 seconds left in the game.

Santa Margarita 13, Brea Olinda 6
Senior two-meter man David Husen had five goals and senior two-meter defender Julien Lormant had four goals, three assists and six steals for Santa Margarita (2-1) in a victory over Brea Olinda at Saddleback College. Goalie Mike Connor had seven saves for Santa Margarita, which jumped out to an 8-1 halftime advantage and led, 11-2, after three quarters.

Thursday, Sept. 16


Riverside Poly
First Round

Pool A
At Sippy Woodhead Pool

Riverside Poly 23, Etiwanda 1
Santa Ynez 8, Palm Desert 7
La Serna 17, San Bernardino 3
Rowland 8, Hemet 6
Riverside Poly 23, Santa Ynez 9
La Serna 15, Rowland 6

Pool B
At Arlington HS

Murrieta Valley 15, Sonora 6
Arlington 7, Los Altos 4
Upland 19, Cajon 7
Royal 15, La Quinta 3
Murrieta Valley 11, Arlington 4
Royal 18, Upland 13

Pool C
At Canyon Springs HS

Chaparral 17, Corona Santiago 1
Norco 8, Canyon Springs 3
Santa Maria 13, North 8
Ramona 14, West Valley 8
Chaparrel 18, Norco 5
Santa Maria 17, Ramona 9

Pool D
At Jurupa Valley HS

Ayala 14, Jurupa Valley 11
Josh Garcia and Chuck Camacho each scored four goals to lead Ayala to the victory at Jurupa Valley.

Ayala 12, Righetti 10
Garcia came back with five goals, including scoring twice in the fourth quarter, and Camacho and Alan McKenzie added three goals each for Ayala (8-0) in the 48-team tournament that continues through Saturday.

Redlands 17, King 2
Walnut 13, Ventura 6
Righetti 13, Los Osos 7
Redlands 12, Walnut 2

Pool E
At Redlands East Valley HS

Damien 17, La Sierra 2
Yucaipa 8, Rancho Cucamonga 7
La Habra 12, Redlands East Valley 2
San Marcos 7, Claremont 2
Damien 14, Yucaipa 1
San Marcos 13, LA 9

Pool F
At Arroyo Valley HS

Fontana 16, Corona 5
Chino 12, Colony 2
Arroyo Valley 14, Pacific 3
Temescal Canyon 9, Alta Loma 4
Chino 9, Fontana 8
Arroyo Valley 9, Temescal Canyon, 6

Second Round

Pool A

Riverside Poly 23, Santa Ynez 9
La Serna 15, Rowland 6

Pool B

Murrieta Valley 11, Arlington 4
Royal 18, Upland 13

Pool C

Chaparral 18, Norco 5
Santa Maria 17, Ramona 9

Pool D

Redlands 12, Walnut 2
Ayala 12, Righetti 10

Pool E

Damien 14, Yucaipa 1
San Marcos 13, La Habra 9

Pool F

Chino 9, Fontana 8
Arroyo Valley 9, Temescal Canyon 6


La Canada 15, Montebello 11
Doug McNeese had four goals and Jordan Thompson and Scott Burns added three each for La Canada, which received 10 saves in goal by Kevin Coyne. Montebello went into the match ranked No. 1 in the Southern Section Division III poll, while La Canada was No. 2.

Long Beach Wilson 18, Esperanza 3
Scott Huntley had four goals and Matt Sagehorn and Kyle Wooten had three each for Wilson (2-0), the defending Southern Section Division I champion. Goalkeeper Jacob McIntosh had 15 saves for Wilson. Esperanza is the defending Division II champion.

Los Amigos 8, Westminster 6
Adam Sarmiento had four goals Manny Lepe added four saves for host Los Amigos (1-1). Westminster is 3-5.

Santa Margarita 6, Huntington Beach 5
David Husen of Santa Margarita (1-1) scored the last of his three goals on a back handed shot with 1:42 left to give Eagles the win at Huntington Beach (0-2).

Sage Hill 10, Estancia 5


Troy 14, Fresno Hoover 3
Tommy Antunovich of Troy (2-0) had three goals at Fullerton High.

Wednesday, Sept. 15


Harvard-Westlake 23, Alemany 3
Eric Vreeland scored seven goals and Hank Weintraub had six for Harvard-Westlake (5-0, 1-0).


Cathedral 14, Keppel 12
Chris Argueta had ten goals and Boris Torres added three goals to lead host Cathedral (3-1). Keppel is 1-2.

Downey 11, El Rancho 7
Sean Feliciano scored three goals and Austin Cooper had two for Downey (8-1).

Lakewood 13, Garden Grove 11
Adam Torrey had four goals for Garden Grove (0-1).

Palos Verdes 19, Glendale 5
Jordan Watson and Matt Richardson each had four goals for host Palos Verdes (5-1), ranked No. 4 in Div. III by CIF. Glendale is 2-4.

Santa Barbara 11, Newbury Park 7
Gary Weeks and Billy Doherty each scored three goals in a losing effort for host Newbury Park (3-2).


La Jolla Bishops 13, Servite 10

Daniel Garcia had three goals in a losing effort for host Servite (0-2).

Tuesday, Sept. 14


Ayala 10, Upland 9
Senior Josh Garcia scored one of his game-high five goals on a back hand shot with 40 second remaining to give host Ayala (6-0) the win. Robert Berzbach had four goals and Alex Garcia added three scores for Upland (4-2).

Costa Mesa 10, El Modena 6
Kyle Thorsness scored four goals for Costa Mesa (1-0).

Damien 16, Claremont 1
Steven Donohoe scored six goals and chris Evan had three for Damien in a season opener for both teams at Damien.

Downey 12, Rancho Alamitos 10
Austin Cooper had four goals and Curtis Goodwin added three goals for host Downey (7-1). With 3:51 left in the third quarter, Downey trailed Rancho Alamitos 8-5, but the Vikings outscored the Vaqueros, 7-2, including three goals by Cooper, to close out the game. Zach Schumacher had four goals for Rancho Alamtos. (2-2).

Edison 11, Irvine University 7
Senior Travis Bee scored six goals and goalie Tanner Riley had 13 saves for Edison (3-0). University is 0-1.

Long Beach Wilson 14, Newport Harbor 8
Matt Sagehorn, Scott Swanson, Charles Wright each had four goals for host No. 1-ranked Wilson defeated No. 3-ranked Newport Harbor in the season opener for both teams. Chay Lapin added seven saves and five steals for the Bruins.

Los Alamitos 9, Servite 8 (OT)
Scott Davidson scored the game-winning goal, his fourth for the game, for host Los Alamitos (4-1). Daniel Garcia had four goals for Servite (0-1).

Mission Viejo 24, Irvine 4
Senior Stephen Blount and freshman Kevin Mitchell each scored five goals and junior goalkeeper David Ostrom had 10 saves for Mission Viejo (1-0). Irvine was led by Sam Schafer, who had three goals.

Montebello 15, El Rancho 4
In a top 10 battle among Division III schools, sophomore Uriel Villa had three goals for top-ranked Montebello (4-1) in its victory over No. 9 El Rancho.

Moorpark 7, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 6 (OT)
Trevor Johnson had three goals, including the game-winning goal in the second overtime period and added eight steals and Chris Huffman had 10 saves to lead visiting Moorpark (2-3) over Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (1-4).

Santa Ana 11, Los Amigos 5
Victor Vega, Alvaro Alvarado, and J.P. Guiterrez each scored three goals for host Santa Ana in the season opener for both teams. Adam Sarmiento had two goals and Manny Lepe added 12 saves for Los Amigos.

Santa Barbara 8, Thousand Oaks 3
Santa Barbara is 1-1. Thousand Oaks is 2-3.

Sage Hill 19, Ocean View 11

Monday, Sept. 13


Bracket A

Second Round

Downey 10, Beverly Hills 6
Brett Forman had four goals, Curt Goodwin added three goals and Allen Nevarez had 13 saves for host Downey (6-1).

St. John Bosco 9, Warren 6 Beverly Hills 11, Lakewood 4 El Rancho 11, Warren 2

First Round

Downey 10, Lakewood 3
Frank Jimenez had four goals, Sean Feliciano added two goals and Allen Nevarez had 14 saves for host Downey (5-1).

St. John Bosco 10, El Rancho 9 (OT)


Cathedral 22, Alhambra 8
Chris Argueta scored 13 goals and Boris Torres had seven goals for host Cathedral (2-1).

El Segundo 10, Crespi 7
Cameron Hughes scored six goals and has 26 goals in six games this season for host El Segundo (4-2). Crespi is 3-3.

Loyola 13, Peninsula 9
Alex Edmunds had six goals including three in the fourth quarter helping Loyola (4-1) pull away in the game that was tied 8-8 going into the fourth quarter. Teammate Forrest Monroe added three goals.