Saturday, Oct. 30
LOS ANGELES FIELD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS
Bonita 5, Edison 4 (OT)
Sarah Dukett scored the game-winning goal in overtime as Bonita (15-4-2) advanced to the semifinals, holding off the visiting Chargers (11-4-5).
Edison scored twice in a three-minute span of the second half to tie the score after trailing 2-0 at halftime. Bonita took the lead twice in the last two 20 minutes of regulation, but Edison's Anna McCain answered with tying goals within minutes both times.
Glendora 5, Marina 0
Katie Ruth and Danielle Fontes each had two goals and one assist and Kylie Landeros scored one goal to lead host Glendora (8-0-3), which benefitted from a strong performance by midfielder Melanie Pasillas.
Catherine Evanilla had two saves in goal for the Tartans, which plays a semifinal at Newport Harbor Tuesday.
Harvard-Westlake 4, Huntington Beach 0
Brenna Moeljadi scored two goals and Hanna Qugana and Katie Wong each added a goal for Harvard-Westlake (10-2-4) at Huntington Beach.
Newport Harbor 2, Chaminade 0
Thursday, Oct. 28
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Bonita 1, Harvard-Westlake 0
Junior Shawna Hardy of Buena scored at 16:14 of the first half on a breakaway to give Bonita its first league title since 1997 at Moorpark College.
Chaminade 4, Westminster 1
Tori Simmons and Ashley Connor each had a goal and an assist for Chaminade (6-8, 4-6) in a regular-season finale at Westminster. Kelly Whitmire and Kaitlin Nickols scored the Eagles' other two goals.
Edison 4, Fountain Valley 0
Tuesday, Oct. 26
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Chaminade 5, Santa Ana 0
Shannon Bondy and Kaitlin Nickols each scored two goals to lead host Chaminade (5-8, 3-6), which played its first home game on its new synthetic turf. Tori Simmons scored the other goal for the Eagles, which earned a playoff berth with the victory. The postseason begins this Saturday. Santa Ana is 2-7 in league.
Harvard-Westlake 2, Glendora 2
Brenna Moeljadi scored both goals for Harvard-Westlake (9-1-4, 4-1-2), but Glendora scored a goal in the last 30 seconds to pull into a tie in the game at Finkbiner Park in Glendora.
Huntington Beach 3, Fountain Valley 0
Kristen Fronk scored two goals and Mallory Smith had the other for Huntington Beach (5-6-1, 4-3-0) at Fountain Valley.