Saturday, Nov. 13



Dos Pueblos 15, Malibu 10
Kevin Kuga had two counter-attack goals in the fourth quarter, when Dos Pueblos (21-5) broke a 10-10 tie and advanced to semifinals with a victory at Malibu.

Cody Wiesen and Evan Clark each had three goals to lead the Dos Pueblos’ offense, but neither scored in the fourth quarter.

Blake Hubbell and Nick Rollins each had four goals for Malibu (25-3).

Righetti 12, Agoura 8
Sophomore Noah Smith of Righetti (21-9) had four goals and Greg McGilvra added three goals at Agoura (22-6). Junior Nick Rimmele of Agoura had three goals and teammate freshman Ryan Paris had 15 saves and three steals.

Royal 12, Buena 7
Center Nick Laszlo and two-meter defender Tyler Diamond each had three goals and two assists for top-seeded Royal (25-5) in a victory over Buena.

Junior goalie Matt Lewis made 19 saves for the Highlanders, who led just 4-3 at halftime but outscored the Bulldogs, 5-1, in the third quarter, when Laszlo scored all three of his goals while Diamond and Ben Cobb each added one.

Royal played without starting junior driver Juan Camero, who suffered a shoulder injury in the Highlanders’ first-round victory over San Luis Obispo.

Santa Barbara 12, Newbury Park 2
Logan Walker and Gustavo Onink each scored for host Newbury Park (16-13) in the loss.

Friday, Nov. 12

Division III


Bell Gardens 10, Monrovia 7
Left-hander Alex Garcia had four goals, including two in the second quarter, and Alex Hernandez added three goals for Bell Gardens (20-9) in a victory over Monrovia at Cerritos College.

Crescenta Valley 13, Cerritos 7
Jay Kim, Chris Sherman, Austin Brown and Nick Trimis each scored three goals for host and seventh-seeded Crescenta Valley (21-7).

Jan-Michael Pineada scored three goals and Torrance Lee added two goals for 10th-seeded Cerritos (20-6).

Downey 9, Whittier 8
Sean Feliciano converted a two-meter shot that put Downey (21-8) ahead for good at 8-7 and Brett Forman scored from outside with 1:06 left to seal the victory over visiting Whittier.

Bruce Sanger scored Whittier’s last goal to pull the Cardinals (21-6) within 9-8 with 49 seconds left, but Downey goalie Alan Nevarez made two key saves after that to preserve the Vikings’ edge. Nevarez finished with 16 saves.

Forman and Austin Cooper each finished with two goals to lead Downey’s offense. Cory Baccus had four goals to lead Whittier.

La Canada 25, Burbank Burroughs 6
Scott Burns scored five goals and Jordan Thompson added four goals for top-seeded La Canada (20-9) in a victory over Burbank Burroughs.

The Spartans also had four players, Doug McNeese, Gamal Rady, Devon Borisoff and Chris Wehrle, who had three goals apiece.

La Serna 17, Redondo 3
Andrew Valdes scored four goals and Ryan Goetz had seven steals to lead host La Serna (25-4). Chris Villanueva and Patrick Nandy both added three goals for the Lancers.

Redondo finishes at 14-15.

Mira Costa 20, El Rancho 4
Cole Consani scored six goals and junior goalie Brett Giery had five saves to lead host Mira Costa (23-6), the second seed in the division.

Palos Verdes 13, Arcadia 2
Jordan Watson and Matt Richardson both scored three goals and goalie Eric Gobrecht had 10 saves to lead host Palos Verdes (21-7).

Brad Phillipi scored in the third quarter and Vincent Wong scored in the fourth period for the only goals for Arcadia (14-13).

Montebello 19, Whitney 4


First Round

Arlington 9, Los Osos 8 (sudden death OT)
Senior driver Matt Rosenberger scored a two-meter shot 26 seconds into the first sudden-death overtime period to lift Arlington (21-8) to a victory over Los Osos (19-11).

Freshman left-hander Garret Schoeman led the Lions with three goals, including one that broke a 6-6 tie midway through the fourth quarter. Rosenberger finished with two goals in the game.

Arlington took an early 5-1 lead, but Los Osos scored with 1:16 left in the second quarter to pull with in 5-2 at halftime, and the Grizzlies tied the game at 6-6 in the fourth quarter and then at 7-7 with a minute left in regulation to send the game into overtime.

Each team scored once during the first two three-minute overtime periods for an 8-8 deadlock finally broken by Rosenberger.

Ayala 21, Hemet 13
Josh Garcia scored a season-high 10 goals to raise his season total to 194 for Ayala (21-8), the defending Southern Section Division V champion.

Srdan Milic added six goals for for the Bulldogs, who led by a scored of just 9-6 at halftime but broke open the game in the second half with a trio of goals by Garcia in each of the last two periods.

Brett Arias scored five goals and Chris Paight added four goals to lead Hemet (16-10).

Damien 17, Redland East Valley 7
Dan Perdew and Michael Carter each had four goals and goalie Xande Wright made 10 saves for Damien (21-6) in a victory over visiting Redlands East Valley.

Steven Donohoe had four steals and four assists for the Spartans, the Division V runners-up to Ayala last season. Grant Hollis led Redlands East Valley with four goals.

Riverside Poly 22, La Quinta 5
Shawn Britton, Colin Tewksbury and Alex Hoopai each had three goals for Riverside Poly (24-6), which took a 14-0 halftime lead and had 12 different players score in the game at Sippy Woodhead Pool in Riverside.

The Bears will face Upland in the next round at a site to be determined.

Upland 13, Chaparral 6
Robert Bersbach had four goals to lead five players with multiple goals for host Upland (21-9). Goalie Steven Johnson had eight goals for the Highlanders, who will play Riverside Poly in the second round on Tuesday.Josh Stone scored two goals for Chaparral (20-9).

Arlington 9, Los Osos 8 (sudden death)brMurrieta Valley 13, Rancho Cucamonga 2
Redlands 19, Indio 2


Second Round

Bonita 14, Rancho Alamitos 6
Cameron Phillips scored four goals and Brian Campa added three to lead host Bonita (20-8-1). Goalie Adam Hepburn had 10 saves to lead the Bearcat defense and Ryan Allred chipped in with five steals. On Tuesday, they will face the winner of tonight’s Santa Monica-Jurupa Valley game.

Zach Shumacher scored three goals for Rancho Alamitos (19-7).

Chadwick 17, Cajon 8
Alex Lovell and Jesse Tootell each had six goals for fourth-seeded Chadwick (21-6-1) in a victory at Cajon (22-10).

Chadwick held an 8-4 lead at halftime and then outscored Cajon, 6-1, in the third quarter, when Lovell had three goals and Tootell had two.

Tootell now has 129 goals for the season and Lovell has 118 goals overall.

Charter Oak 11, Garden Grove 5
Ryan Aquila scored six goals for host Charter Oak (20-8-1) at Bonita High. Adam Terrey had three goals for Garden Grove (17-13).

Don Lugo 6, Flintridge Prep 3
Joe Ragland had three goals, while Kevin Adams scored twice and Jeff Sanchez had one goal for Don Lugo (18-8) in a victory over visiting Flintridge Prep (17-10).

Ben Naecker, Bryan Russell and Brandon Choi each scored for the Rebels, who also got 10 saves and two steals from goalie Alex Sangiovanni.

El Segundo 15, Corona Centennial 2
David Kohler had five goals, four assists and five steals to lead host El Segundo (22-7). Cameron Hughes added four goals and goalie Matt Kubeck had 17 saves for the Eagles.

Corona Centennial finished the season 11-10.

Rowland 20, Beverly Hills 15
Louis Takagi scored three consecutive goals in the first quarter as Rowland (22-7) took a 7-1 lead at the end of the period but had to hold off Beverly Hills down the stretch for the victory.

The Raiders, who also got five goals by Mike Edwards, had a 10-1 advantage in the second quarter and led, 10-3, at halftime, but Beverly Hills outscored Rowland 14-13 over the last three quarters to close the gap.

Santa Monica 11, Jurupa Valley 10 (sudden-death OT)
Adam Cline scored the winning goal with 1 minute, 33 seconds left in the first half of sudden-death overtime after the score was tied at 8-8 after regulation and at 10-10 at the end of two regular three-minute overtime periods in eighth-seeded Santa Monica’s victory over ninth-seeded Jurupa Valley.

Cline finished with a season-high nine goals and Blake Blivas scored the other two goals for Santa Monica (16-14), which also got 16 saves and two steals by goalie Sammy Morim.

Jurupa Valley had three players with three goals.

Walnut 7, Western 4

Thursday, Nov. 11


First Round

Santa Margarita 10, Saddleback 5
John Nuccio had three goals, one assist, and two steals and Julien Lormant had two goals, two assists and eight steals in the victory for host Santa Margarita (18-12), the fifth-seeded team. Saddleback finishes the year 16-13.

Servite 17, Sunny Hills 6
Daniel Garcia scored five goals and added two assists and two steals and Rory Bevins had four goals and six assists in the win for Servite (15-13). Sunny Hills finishes the season at 15-12.

Villa Park 18, Santa Ana 4
Shea Buckner and Alex Churnside each had three goals as ten players scored for Villa Park (30-0). Santa Ana finishes 16-13.

Brea Olinda 18, Loara 5
Costa Mesa 10, La Habra 6
Esperanza 17, Placentia Valencia 7
Los Alamitos 15, Tustin 2
Sonora 12, Huntington Beach 9 (OT)


First Round

Buena 8, Oxnard 7
Kevin Condron and Jeremy Allen each had two goals and Thomas Favero had nine saves in goal for visiting Buena (18-9). Oxnard was led by Sak Ziv, who had two goals. Buena will host top-seeded Royal on Saturday.

Malibu 20, Arroyo Grande 12
Nick Rollins and Blake Hubbell each scored five goals to lead host Malibu (25-2), the No. 5 seeded team.

Righetti 16, Oaks Christian 6
Noah Smith scored six goals to lead host Righetti (20-9) which led 9-2 at the half. Michael Craft scored two goals for Oaks Christian (15-7). Righetti, which is seeded sixth, will play the No. 2 seed Agoura on Saturday. The site will be determined by a coin flip on Friday.

Royal 12, San Luis Obispo 5
Tyler Diamond had four goals and Tyler McClure added three goals for host and top-seeded Royal (24-5).

Dos Pueblos 21, Santa Ynez 4


First Round

Palm Desert 14, Yucaipa 11

Wednesday, Nov. 10


First Round

Harvard-Westlake 19, Tesoro 4
Will Hindle-Katel had six goals and two assists and Justin Rappel added five goals and one assist for host Harvard-Westlake (23-3), the No. 4 seeded team in the division.

Long Beach Wilson 16, Crespi 6
Joe Sherrin scored six goals and Charles Wright, Scott Swanson and Matt Sagehorn each scored two goals in the victory for top-seeded Wilson (26-2).

Loyola 12, Long Beach Poly 7
Mike Lennon had five goals and five steals, Alex Edmunds had three goals and four steals and D.J. Armitage had six saves over the first three quarters for host Loyola (18-9), which faces the winner of Corona del Mar and Laguna Beach on Tuesday with the site determined by a coin flip.

Newport Harbor 15, Mission Viejo 10
Jovan Vranes was one of three Newport Harbor players to score three goals. Aaron Lefevre had five goals and Bryson Beardsley had three goals for Mission Viejo.

Corona del Mar 12, Laguna Hills 6
El Toro 10, Laguna Beach 5
Foothill 12, Millikan 4
Northwood 8, San Clemente 6


First Round

Agoura 21, Camarillo 4
Danny Polyakov had five goals and four assists and Brian Gross and Nick Rimmele each added three goals for Agoura (22-5), the No. 3 seeded team, against visiting Camarillo (15-8). Freshman Ryan Paris had 11 saves for Agoura. Kevin Skinner had two goals for Camarillo.

Newbury Park 12, Lompoc Cabrillo 6
Kyle Ripley of Newbury Park (16-12) had four goals and teammates Gary Weeks and Billy Doherty added three and two goals, repectively, at Nipomo High.

Santa Barbara 12, Rio Mesa 2

Tuesday, Nov. 9



Wild Card

Santa Ana 11, La Palma Kennedy 8


Wild card

El Rancho 8, South Pasadena 5
Senior driver Robert Macias and junior hole man A.J. Abrego scored four goals apiece, and goalkeeper Matthew Birkenbach had a season-high 14 saves for El Rancho (6-20). The Dons will play at third-seeded Mira Costa on Friday in the first round.


Wild Card

San Luis Obispo 17, Santa Maria 7
Senior Harvey Newland had six goals, and senior Brandon Woods had five in the rout for SLO (13-9), which next plays at top-seeded Simi Valley Royal on Thursday.


Wild Card

Redlands East Valley 13, Elsinore 5
Grant Hollis scored seven goals, and goalkeeper Mike Watson had 16 saves, giving him 356 on the year, as REV (21-5), ranked 10th in the Southern Section poll, set up a a first-round showdown Friday against third-seeded Damien at 3:15 p.m.


First Round

Beverly Hills 8, Arroyo Valley 7 (OT)
Jon Shouhed scored five goals and Andrew Platt had the other three, including the eventual game-winner in the second overtime, as Beverly Hills (14-12) scored a dramatic come-from-behind win on the road. Platt’s overtime goal came with 1:40 remaining and gave the Normans an 8-6 lead, one they would hold onto. Beverly Hills came back from deficits of 4-1 in the third quarter and 5-3 entering the fourth. Platt tied the match at 5-5 in the fourth and Shouhed scored to give the Normans a 6-5 lead but Arroyo Valley (21-8) tied it with 1:13 remaining. Beverly Hills goalie Jonny Christensen had 11 saves. The Normans will play either Norco or Rowland in the second round.

Chadwick 14, Sage Hill 3
Fourth-seeded Chadwick (20-6-1) spoiled the playoff debut of Sage Hill as the Dolphins jumped out to a 7-0 halftime lead and cruised to the victory at home. Chadwick was led by their two highly-recruited senior two-meter men, Jesse Tootell and Alex Lovell. Tootell, a first-team All-CIF player last year, had eight goals and now has 123 for the season. Lovell upped his season total to 112 by scoring four times. Chadwick will face Cajon in the second round at a home site to be determined by coin flip tomorrow morning. Sage Hill finished its season at 13-9.

Charter Oak 24, Magnolia 12
Senior driver Ryan Aquila had nine goals to raise his season total to 174 and help Charter Oak (20-7-1) to victory over visiting Magnolia (6-13). Aquila also had nine steals and seven assists, and Brandon Rivas and Brian Jenkins each had four goals for the Chargers. Rivas has 68 goals on the season, and Jenkins has 42.

Don Lugo 15, San Gorgonio 7
Joe Ragland scored six goals to lead host Don Lugo (17-8). With the score tied at 6 in the middle of the third, Don Lugo went on a 9-1 run, including three goals by Ragland, to close out the game. Kevin Adams scored two goals during the run for the Conquistadors and Brad Reiter scored one. San Gorgonio finishes the year 17-10. Don Lugo will play Flintridge Prep on Friday.

Flintridge Prep 14, Savanna 6
Bryan Russell scored four goals while Ben Naecker and Max Armand added three each as Flintridge Prep (17-9) took charge from the outset and won easily at home. Naecker scored all three of his goals in the first half as the Rebels took a 7-4 halftime lead. Goalie Alex Sangiovanni made 10 saves in goal as Flintridge Prep tries to make it back to the quarterfinals for the second consecutive year.

Garden Grove 21, La Puente 4
Cory Busby had seven goals, and Adam Torrey had five goals for the Argonauts (16-13), who received a strong supporting effort from Brian Alexander, who scored twice and had four steals and two assists. La Puente finishes 10-11. Garden Grove will play Charter Oak on Friday.

Santa Monica 20, Los Amigos 9
Adam Cline had eight goals, and goalkeeper Sammy Morim had 14 saves for Santa Monica (15-14), which next plays Jurupa Valley. Manny Lepe and Adam Sarmiento each four goals for visiting Los Amigos (9-16).

Walnut 17, Cathedral 5
Senior Matthew Escobar scored eight goals and sophomore Shane Hurter added five goals to lead host Walnut (20-7), which led 9-2 at the half.

Cajon 17, Sierra Vista 6
Corona Centennial 11, San Dimas 5
Jurupa Valley 15, Pasadena Poly 8
Rancho Alamitos 10, Colony 2
Rowland 15, Norco 10
Western 11, Chaffey 3