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Saturday, Oct. 30
NORTH ORANGE COUNTY
Villa Park 9, Carlsbad 7
Junior goalie Andy Stevens had 14 saves, including one on a four-meter penalty shot that could have pulled Carlsbad within 7-5 with 4:40 left in the third quarter, and Villa Park won its third tournament championship of the season with the victory at Servite High.
Senior Mark Milovic had three goals, two steals and one assist to lead the offense for the Spartans (27-0), who took a 6-1 lead after the first quarter and led 7-3 at halftime before Carlsbad closed the gap in the third period.
Carlsbad pulled within 7-6 with 1:55 to go in the third quarter, but Milovic scored to stretch the Spartans' edge to 8-6 at the end of the period. Villa Park senior Shea Buckner scored his only goal to make the score 9-6 before Carlsbad converted again for the final margin.
Carlsbad (24-3) suffered its second loss to Villa Park in a tournament championship game this season. Villa Park also won, 14-10, in the Villa Park Tournament final on Oct. 2. The Spartans also won the South Coast Tournament in September.
Servite 11, Santa Barbara 3
Rory Bevins had four goals, five assists and one steal, Scott Schauer had two goals, four assists and eights steals and goalie Andrew Mesesan had seven saves and one assist to lead Servite (13-13), which is the No. 3-ranked team in the Division II coaches' poll. Santa Barbara, ranked No. 2 in Division IV, is 19-8.
La Serna 15, Riverside Poly 13
Derek Hingelveld had six goals and Jeff Greenwood added four to lead La Serna (22-4), ranked No. 4 in Division III, to the victory. La Serna, which has clinched the Del Rio League title, had lost earlier this season in tournament play to the Bears, ranked No. 1 in Division V.
Montebello 20, Ventura 7
Loyola 12, Carlsbad B 4
Mike Lennon and Alex Edmunds each had three goals, and Lennon added a steal and two blocks, for Loyola (16-9), which had gone 3-0 in pool play before losing earlier Saturday to Northwood.
Costa Mesa 17, Buena Park 1
Kyle Thorsness had six goals, John Roche had five assists and Anthony Adamowicz had three steals for Costa Mesa (17-4) at Brea OIinda High School. Costa Mesa is the No. 10-ranked team in the Division II coaches' poll.
Chadwick 5, Marina 5
Jesse Tootell had three goals, bringing his season total to 110 goals, Alex Lovell had one goals, bringin his total 103, Tai McDermott also scored for Chadwick (18-6-1).
Carlsbad 10, Servite 5
Rory Bevins had two goals, one assist and one steal and Daniel Garcia added two goals and three steals in the loss for Servite (12-13). Carlsbad (24-2) led 5-1 after the first quarter.
Villa Park 10, Santa Barbara 3
La Serna 16, Montebello 9
Andrew Valdes had four goals and Ryan Goetz had five steals for La Serna, which avenged a loss with the victory over Montebello, the No. 2-ranked team in Division III.
Riverside Poly 10, Ventura 9
Brian La'O scored three goals for Ventura (10-13)
Northwood 13, Loyola 8
Mike Lennon had five goals and two blocks for Loyola, which led, 4-0, at the first quarter but was outscored 4-1 in the second period.
Costa Mesa 14, Mater Dei 2
Adam Douglas and Kyle Thorsness each had five goals and Matt Jaroslawski had eight saves to lead Costa Mesa (16-4) at Brea Olinda High School. Costa Mesa is ranked No. 10 in the Division II coaches' poll.
Chadwick 10, Placentia Valencia 4
Jesse Tootell had six goals, Alex Lovell had three goals and Alex McDermott scored once to lead Chadwick (18-6).
TRUWEST MEMORIAL CUP
Long Beach Wilson 13, Corona del Mar 7
Matt Sagehorn scored four goals and Cody Walter and Joe Sherrin added three each to lead Long Beach Wilson to a 13-7 victory over Corona del Mar in the championship match of the TruWest Memorial Cup boys' water polo tournament Saturday at San Jose Bellarmine High.
Wilson (21-2), ranked No. 1 in the Southern Section Division I coaches' poll, built a 10-3 lead at halftime. Anthony Salazar had three goals to lead the Bruins past Bellarmine, 6-5, in the semifinals.
Corona del Mar, ranked No. 4 in Division I, was led by Thomas Pearson's five goals in the final. The Sea Kings defeated Santa Ana Foothill, the No. 2 team in Division I, in the semifinals. Corona del Mar was led by Tom Money with three goals and Jacob Murphy and Pearson with two each.
Bellarmine 9, Foothill 8
Harvard-Westlake 9, Newport Harbor 6
North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake, ranked third in Division I, took fifth place with a 9-6 victory over Newport Harbor, No. 6 in Division I.
Atherton Menlo School 10, El Toro 6
T.J. Fuentes had four goals and Dane Lindstrom had two goals for El Toro in the loss for the Chargers (16-10).
Atherton Menlo School (24-5) was the second-highest Northern California finisher Saturday, with the victory over Lake Forest El Toro, ranked fifth in Division I.
Long Beach Wilson 6, San Jose Bellarmine 5
Corona del Mar 9, Foothill 5
Harvard-Westlake 6, Atherton Menlo School 2
Newport Harbor 10, El Toro 7
Friday, Oct. 29
TRUWEST MEMORIAL CUP
Foothill 10, Atherton Menlo School 7
Calvin Hohner had five assists and J.W. Krumpholz added three goals for Foothill (17-6) at Lynbrook High School in San Jose. Foothill, No. 2 in Division I, will play Corona del Mar in the semifinals on Saturday.
Long Beach Wilson 9, Newport Harbor 8
Matt Sagehorn scored five goals and Scott Swanson added three for Wilson (19-2). Clay Jorth scored four goals for Newport Harbor (13-8).
Foothill 12, Clovis 5
J.W. Krumpholz had seven goals to lead Foothill (16-6), ranked No. 2 in Division I, in the opening match at Lynbrook High School in San Jose.
Long Beach Wilson 14, Davis 5
Matt Sagehorn of Long Beach Wilson scored five goals and teammate Scott Swanson added three goals in the first-round game. Chay Lapin had five saves in goal for Wilson.
Atherton Menlo School 11, Coronado 6
NORTH ORANGE COUNTY
Bonita 12, Edison 9
Adam Domenici had six goals and four steals and Danny Hatch had three goals and two steals to lead Bonita (16-6) in the match at Whittier High School. Ben Sonne had four goals for Edison (8-18).
Costa Mesa 14, Fullerton 2
Kyle Thorsness had eight goals, Adam Douglas had three goals and Matt Jaroslawski had nine saves for Costa Mesa, which improved its record to 15-4 overall.
Loyola 16, Ayala 11
Goalie D.j. Armitage had 12 saves, Alex Edmunds had four goals, all coming in the second half, Mike Lennon had three goals in the fourth quarter and Phil McMorrow had three goals to lead Loyola (15-8), which trailed 6-2 after the end of the first quarter.
Ayala is the No. 5-ranked team in the Division V coaches' poll.
Loyola 13, Whittier 8
D.J. Armitage had 11 saves and four steals, Alex Edmunds had five goals and five steals and Mike Lennon had four goals and five steals for Loyola (14-8), which trailed 8-7 going into the fourth quarter before scoring six unanswered goals.
Whittier is the No. 6-ranked team in the Division III coaches' poll.
Servite 12, La Serna 10
Daniel Garcia scored five goals to lead Servite (12-12), which trailed 8-7 at the half. La Serna is 20-4.
Ventura 8, Edison 6
Danny Ball had three goals and Jake Karluk had 10 saves for Ventura (11-12) in the match at Whittier High School.
Villa Park 16, Ventura 4
Danny Ball had two goals for Ventura (11-13) in the tournament match at Whittier High School against Villa Park, which is ranked No. 1 in the Division II coaches' poll.
Burbank 16, Bell Gardens 13
Soo Ho Park and Greg Fields each had three goals for Burbank (15-8. 2-2) against visiting Bell Gardens.
Oaks Christian 14, Nordhoff 6
Aric Avidissian scored five goals and Doug Chespak added four for Oaks Christian (15-5, 4-1).
Oaks Christian 14, Nordhoff 6
Ben Foley had three goals, four drawn ejections and three steals and Javier Garza had 12 saves in the cage for visiting Nordhoff (11-12, 1-4).
Agoura 8, Westlake 4
Brian Gross had three goals and two steals, Danny Polyakov had two goals, three assists and two steals and freshman goalie Ryan Paris made 16 saves and three steals as Agoura (19-5, 8-2), ranked No. 4 in the Southern Section Division IV coaches' poll, clinched a second-place finish in the Marmonte League with the victory at Westlake (4-7 in league).
The Warriors are ranked No. 7 in Division IV.
Thousand Oaks 15, Calabasas 9
Senior Kyle Knapp and sophomore Daniel Smith each had six goals and goalie Mason Miller had 12 saves to lead visiting Thousand Oaks (11-12, 4-6). Calabasas is tied at No. 10 in the Division IV coaches' poll.
Flintridge Prep 10, La Salle 5
Ben Naecker of Flintridge Prep (15-10, 6-2) had five goals and Bryan Russell had three goals against visiting La Salle.
Los Amigos 13, Estancia 9
Chris Paez helped Los Amigos overcome a 5-4 halftime deficit, scoring six goals, including four in the second half and had three assists.
Manny Lepe added three goals, Adam Sarmiento scored two goals and goalie Adrian Flores had 12 saves for the Lobos (8-14). Estancia is 10-9.
Sonora 11, Anaheim Canyon 10
Tim Herbertz and Reed Blasier both scored four goals apiece for visiting Sonora.
Thursday, Oct. 28
NORTH ORANGE COUNTY II
Ventura 8, Whittier 6
Josh Shankle had three goals to lead Ventura (10-12), including the eventual game-winner with two minutes left in a pool play game at Servite. Ventura will play Edison tomorrow at Whittier High. Sophomore Cory Baccus had three goals for Whittier (13-9), bringing his season total to a school-record 79.
Placentia Valencia 7, La Palma Kennedy 5
Tommy Chipman scored three goals and Cameron Glassman added two goals for Valencia, which is tied for first place with Loara with identical 6-1 records. The schools play next week for the league title.
Royal 24, Moorpark 6
The Highlanders (21-5, 10-0), the top-ranked team in the Southern Section Division IV coaches' poll, clinched a share of the league title as Nick Laszlo had six goals and Juan Camero added five in the victory over host Moorpark.
Loyola 16, Notre Dame 10
Mike Lennon had eight goals and Kevin Kuhn had scored four goals for Loyola (13-8, 5-2). John LaRosa had four goals for Notre Dame.
Long Beach Wilson 17, Millikan 5
Wilson (17-2) scored six goals in the second quarter and cruised to the victory. Joe Sherrin scored five goals to lead a balanced attack for the Bruins. Charles Wright, Matt Sagehorn and Scott Swanson added three goals. Brian Mattingly led Millikan (12-10) with four goals.
Flintridge Prep 9, Pasadena Poly 5
Ben Naecker, Mike Seoung, and Max Armond each scored three goals for Flintridge Prep (14-10, 5-2), which led 6-2 at halftime, at Poly.
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
San Marino 15, South Pasadena 13 (2 OT)
Sophomore Thomas Lazzarini scored his third goal of the match in the second three-minute overtime period to give host San Marino the lead for good as the Titans defeated South Pasadena for the first time in 17 years. Lazzarini also had six steals while his brother, Christian, had four goals and four assists. Senior Truman So also had three goals for San Marino (8-15, 1-4). The match was tied 12-12 after regulation. South Pasadena fell to 2-3 in league.
Damien 15, Ayala 9
Steven Donohoe had seven goals, five steals and two assists and now has 84 goals on the season for Damien (18-5, 4-0), which is on a six-game winning streak and is ranked No. 3 in Div. V. Sergin Milic had four goals to lead Ayala (2-2 in league), which is ranked No. 5 in Div. V.
Mater Dei 12, St. John Bosco 7
Brendan O'Hara and Peter Schloemer each scored four goals and goalie Sean Vidal had nine saves for Mater Dei (9-6, 1-0).
Servite 10, Santa Margarita 7
Scott Schauer four goals, three assists and three steals for Servite (11-12, 2-0), which clinched the league title. Schauer made a 60-foot shot at the end of the third quarter to give Servite a 8-4 lead, and later drew a double ejection that gave Servite a four-meter penalty shot with just over a minute to play. Santa Margarita falls to 1-1.
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
San Clemente 8, Mission Viejo 7
Brett Garrett of San Clemente (14-10, 2-1), scored on a lob with no time remaining to give the Tritons, ranked No. 7 in Division I, the win against visiting Mission Viejo (17-9, 2-2), ranked No. 8. It was the only time San Clemente led in the game. Trailing 7-5, San Clemente scored two goals, both on exclusions, to tie the score with 3:51 ramaining. San Clemente was led by Jeff Smith and David Moss, both with two goals and Mission Viejo got three goals from junior Bryson Beardsley and two goals from freshman Kevin Mitchell.
Crespi 9, Santa Monica 5
Brock Roverud had five goals, two assists and two steals and Nick Laidig had two goals, three assists and three steals for Crespi (9-13).
Harvard-Westlake 8, Orinda Miramonte 4
Oaks Christian 17, Milken 7
Ryan Balikian had six goals for Oaks Christian (14-5).
Wednesday, Oct. 27
La Habra 11, Sunny Hills 5
Micah Klausman of La Habra (11-13, 3-1) scored four goals and Bryce Stowell added three goals against visiting Sunny Hills (3-1). Bobby Verry of Sunny Hills had 12 saves.
Malibu 17, Carpinteria 5
Nick Rollins scored four goals and Bennett Sherman had three for Malibu (21-2, 5-0), which clinched at least share of the league title for the 11th straight season.
Newbury Park 8, Westlake 6
Justin Schwaiger had 13 saves, Billy Doherty had three goals Kyle Ripley scored twice for Newbury Park (11-9, 5-5), which took over sole possession of third place.
Royal 13, Agoura 3
Tyler Diamond had five goals and Adam Thomas, Ben Cobb and Nick Laszlo each had two goals to pace host Royal (20-5, 9-0), which took control of the Marmonte League with the win.
On the strength of its defense and goalie Matt Lewis' 10 saves, including a blocked penalty shot, Royal led 12-1 entering the fourth quarter.
Agoura (7-2 in league) is ranked No. 4 and Royal is No. 1 in the Southern Section Division IV coaches' poll.
Bonita 18, Charter Oak 14
Brian Campa had five goals and seven steals, Ryan Allred had five goals and five steals and Brett Hayes had three goals and five steals for visting Bonita (15-6, 4-0), which had more steals, 29, than Charter Oak (15-6-1, 2-2) had shots on goal.
Bonita is the No. 1-ranked and Charter Oak is the No. 4-ranked team in the CIF Southern Section Division VI coaches' poll.
El Segundo 15, Beverly Hills 6
Steve Homeyer scored four goals and David Kohler and Josh Combs had three each for El Segundo (20-6, 7-0), which clinched its first league title since 1996.
Muir 6, Pasadena 4 (OT)
Adam Esparza of Muir (9-9, 3-2) had 13 saves and teammat Bryce Nicholson added three goals, an assist and three steals at Pasadena (2-3, 10-16).
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
La Canada 23, Temple City 3
Gamal Rady had six goals and Matt Blatchley and Nathaniel Vail each had three for host La Canada.
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Newport Harbor 10, Laguna Hills 4
Nate Castillo and Dan Furman each scored three goals and Clay Jorth added two for host Newport Harbor (12-8, 3-1), ranked No. 6 in Div. I. Laguna Hills is 11-8, 2-2 in league.
Edison 8, Marina 7
Tanner Riley stopped 13 shots, including a man-advantage attempt with 1:34 remaining, to lift the Chargers to the upset over Marina, ranked No. 5 in Division II.
Josh Knight, Trevor Dewitt and Travis Bee scored two goals each for Edison (7-16, 1-3). The Vikings fell to 2-2 in league play.
Tuesday, Oct. 26
Sage Hill 12, Whitney 6
DEL RIO LEAGUE
Whittier 25, Pioneer 3
Cory Baccus had a season-high 11 goals to raise his overall total to 84 goals for Whittier (13-8, 3-1) in a victory over visiting Pioneer (1-3 in league play).
Cody Calleros and Marcello Guzman each added three goals for the Cardinals.
Placentia Valencia 16, Katella 4
Cameron Glassman scored four goals to go with six assists and two steals as Placentia Valencia (5-1 in league) defeated visiting Katella.
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove 18, Garden Grove Pacifica 2
Cory Busby had a season-high nine goals and Adam Torrey had three goals for Garden Grove (12-9, 4-0) in a victory at Golden West College
Los Amigos 10, Westminster La Quinta 7
Adam Sarmiento had five goals, Manny Lepe added three goals and Adrian Flores had 16 saves in goal for Los Amigos (6-8, 2-2) at La Quinta (1-3 in league).
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Costa Mesa 30, Orange 3
Goalies Luke Yellin and Matt Jaroslawsky assisted on four goals each to take advantage of an outmanned Orange squad as Costa Mesa (14-4, 5-0) rolled to a one-sided victory.
Kyle Thorsness scored a match-high 12 goals. Anthony Adamowicz and Adam Douglas led the defensive effort with nine steals each while Adamowicz chipped in four goals and Douglas added two.
Riverside Poly 19, Riverside North 2
Poly (19-4, 6-0) had 11 different players score at least one goal at Riverside North. The Bears are the No. 1-ranked team in the CIF Southern Section Division V coaches' poll.
Bonita 19, Los Altos 12
Sophomore Brett Hays scored seven goals, including three in the first period to give host Bonita a 6-3 edge after the first quarter.
Ryan Allred and Adam Domenici each scored four goals for the Bearcats (14-6, 3-0), who are ranked No. 1 in the CIF Southern Section Division VI coaches' poll. Bryant Kosho scored four goals for Los Altos (12-19, 1-2).
Crespi 7, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 4
Senior Nick Laidig had three goals to raise his season total to 31, second-best on the team for Crespi (8-13, 2-5), which led throughout the victory at Pierce College in Woodland Hills.
Laidig, who leads the team with 45 steals on the season, had five against the Knights (1-6 in league). Brock Roverud, Morgan Wallace, Thomas Kantor and Corry Seeholzer each had one goal for the Celts.
Harvard-Westlake 19, Loyola 4
Eric Vreeland had seven goals and two assists to raise his season totals to 56 goals and 19 assists for host Harvard-Westlake (16-2, 6-0), which is the No. 3-ranked team in the Division I coaches' poll.
Brian Flacks, who added two goals and four assists against Loyola, has 15 goals and 20 assists for the season. He is tied with Justin Rappel for the team lead in assists.
Chadwick 12, Pasadena Poly 4
Jesse Tootell had seven goals bringing his goal total to 92 on the year and Alex Lovell added four goals, recording his 89th of the year for host Chadwick (15-6, 7-0), which is ranked No. 3 in the Division VI coaches' poll.
The win gave Chadwick its 12th consecutive league championship and the team has compiled a 114-3 record during that span. The Dolphins' 12 titles rank as the fifth highest in CIF water polo history.
Poly falls to 8-9, 2-4 in league.
Damien 16, Chino Hills 1
Chris Evans had five goals and three assists and Steven Donohoe had three goals and six steals to lead host Damien (17-5, 3-0), which is the No. 3-ranked team in Division V. Chino Hills dropped to 1-2 in league.
Downey 6, Flintridge Prep 5
In a defensive struggle, Frank Jimenez scored his only goal of the match with a minute remaining to give Downey (18-8) the decisive margin at Flintridge Prep. Kurt Goodwin led the Vikings' effort with two goals.
Bryan Russell scored a match-high three goals for Flintridge Prep (13-10), which is ranked No. 10 in Division VI. Downey, which led 2-1 at halftime, is ranked eighth in Division III.
Monday, Oct. 25
NORTH ORANGE COUNTY
Santa Margarita 14, Costa Mesa 5
Julien Lormant had four goals for Santa Margarita, which is ranked No. 7 in the Division II coaches' poll. Kyle Thorsness had three goals and Evan Spencer had four steals for Costa Mesa (13-4), which is ranked No. 10 in Division II.
Servite 17, La Habra 8
Rory Bevins had six goals, four assists and three steals and Scott Schauer had four goals, three assists and seven steals to lead Servite (10-12), which is the No. 3-ranked team in the Division II coaches' poll.
Bryce Stowell scored four goals for La Habra (10-13).
Villa Park 13, Bonita 7
Shea Buckner had six goals for Villa Park (23-0), which is the top-ranked team in the CIF Southern Section Division II coaches' poll. Cameron Phillips had three goals for Bonita (13-6), the top-ranked team in Division VI.
Bonita 17, Ayala 9
Brian Campa had five goals and Brett Hays and Conner Ruggio each scored four goals for Bonita, the top-ranked team in CIF Southern Section Division VI. Josh Garcia had six goals for Ayala (11-4), ranked No. 5 in the Division V coaches' poll. The Bearcats outscored the Bulldogs 8-0 in the second quarter.
Carlsbad 10, Riverside Poly 9 (Sudden death OT)
Jack Hines had four goals, including a goal with 14 seconds left to tie the game and send it to overtime, in the loss for Riverside Poly (18-4), which is the top-ranked team in the CIF Southern Section Division V coaches' poll. Carlsbad improves to 18-2.
Costa Mesa 15, Garden Grove 1
Adam Douglas and Kyle Thorsness each had four goals and Matt Jaroslawski had 12 saves in goal for Costa Mesa (13-3), which is ranked No. 10 in the CIF Southern Section Division II coaches' poll.
La Habra 12, Chadwick 8 Bryce Stowell scored six goals to lead La Habra (10-12).
Loyola 14, Los Altos 0
Kevin Kuhn scored four goals and Alex Edmunds added three goals and four steals to lead Loyola (12-7). Backup goalie Henry Short had six saves and two steals in two quarters for the Cubs.
Villa Park 12, Servite 9
Shea Buckner had six goals for Villa Park. Daniel Garcia and Alex Mule each had three goals in the loss for Servite (9-12), which is the No. 3 ranked team in the Division II coaches' poll. Villa Park is the top-ranked team in the Divsision II poll.
Agoura 13, Newbury Park 7
Nick Rimmele had eight goals and Danny Polyakov had one goal, five assists and three steals to lead Agoura (18-4, 7-1), which plays league-leading Royal (7-0 entering play Monday) at Rancho Simi Park in Simi Valley on Wednesday. Kyle Ripley and Billy Doherty each had two goals for Newbury Park (10-9, 4-5).
Royal 23, Calabasas 7
Tyler Diamond and Adam Thomas each had six goals, Nick Laszlo had five and Juan Camero scored three times to pace visiting Royal (19-5, 8-0). Matt Lewis had 14 saves for the Highlanders.
Westlake 11, Thousand Oaks 1
Duncan Shuler had four goals, one assist and seven steals, Cole Olmon had two goals and three assists and Ryan Dutton had eight saves and a steal in goal for host Westlake (13-9, 4-5). Thousand Oaks dropped to 3-5 in league.
El Segundo 20, Milken 3
Senior Cameron Hughes had six goals, giving him 85 in 22 games, for host El Segundo (19-6, 6-0), No. 2 in the Southern Section Division VI coaches' poll.
A victory over visiting Beverly Hills on Wednesday will give the Eagles their first league title since 1996. Milken fell to 6-11 and 1-4.
La Canada (B) 13, Arcadia 6
Gamal Rady had seven goals to lead La Canada.
Mission Viejo 15, Irvine University 8
Aaron Lefevre scored four goals, Bryson Beardsley scored three times and six other players each scored a goal in the win for Mission Viejo (17-8, 2-1), which is ranked No. 8 in the Division I coaches' poll.
University (4-13) was led by goalie David Bodek who had 19 saves in the cage.