City Section

Saturday, Feb. 14

CITY SECTION PLAYOFF PAIRINGS
First Round (Friday, Feb. 20)

CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION

UPPER BRACKET-Eagle Rock at El Camino Real; Taft at Belmont; Monroe at South Gate; Locke at Birming-ham; L.A. CES at L.A. Hamilton; Canoga Park at Jefferson; San Fernando at Grant; Sylmar at San Pedro.

LOWER BRACKET-Verdugo Hills at Palisades; Wilmington Banning at Granada Hills Kennedy; Manual Arts at Chatsworth; Bell at Narbonne; Sun Valley Poly at Van Nuys, 6:30 p.m.; Huntington Park at Fairfax; Venice at Granada Hills.

Note: All matches will be played at 3 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.

Friday, Feb. 13

COLISEUM LEAGUE

Jefferson 4, Locke 3
Claudia Arellana scored three goals to pace league-champion host Jefferson (10-0 in league).

SUNSET SIX LEAGUE

Canoga Park 5, Hollywood 1
Joanna Mireles scored two goals, setting a new school record for the most goals scored in one season, and Katelynn Thomas had one goal and two assists to lead visiting Canoga Park (8-4-1, 6-3-1).

Grant 3, North Hollywood 1
Jessica Amaya, Lilian Orellana and Vivian Taracena had goals for host Grant (12-5-1, 10-0).

Thursday, Feb. 12

MARINE LEAGUE

San Pedro 6, Gardena 0
Heidi Farran and Nicole Monroy both scored two goals for host San Pedro (12-4-1, 10-0). Gardena drops to 2-7-1 in league.

NORTHERN LEAGUE

L.A. Belmont 2, L.A. Wilson 0
Senior striker Jessica Morphin scored her 13th goal of the season and sophomore striker Lizeth Fernandez added another goal for Belmont (15-3-4, 9-1-2), which finished second behind L.A. Marshall in the final league standings.

L.A. Marshall 10, Franklin 0
Amanda Valenzuela scored three goals to lead host L.A. Marshall (12-2-3, 11-0-1) to the league championship.

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE

Sylmar 2, Reseda 0
Nicole Gonzalez and Erica Friend each scored a goal for visiting Sylmar (2-6-2 in league).

Van Nuys 4, Monroe 1
Junior Poirsha Woolfork had three goals and senior captain Laura Hurley added another goal and two assists for visiting Van Nuys (14-5-2, 8-1-1), which clinched at least a tie for the league title with Granada Hills Kennedy. Elba Minjivar scored for Monroe (7-7-1, 5-4-1).

Wednesday, Feb. 11

SUNSET SIX LEAGUE

Grant 2, Sun Valley Poly 0
Angela Perez and Veronica Cortez each had a goal to lead host Grant (11-5, 9-0) past Sun Valley Poly (5-4-3, 4-3-2). Grant recorded it's 12th shutout of the season.

Canoga Park 1, North Hollywood 0
Joanna Mireles scored off of a pass from Kimberly Vela in the 33rd minute for second place Canoga Park (7-4-1, 5-3-1) at North Hollywood.

WEST VALLEY LEAGUE

Chatsworth 5, Cleveland 0
Shawna Williams had three goals and Sarah Brennan scored her first two goals of the year for host Chatsworth (9-8-4, 5-4-1).

El Camino Real 4, Taft 0Kandice McLaughlin of El Camino Real (18-4-1, 9-1) scored three goals at Taft. McLaughlin has 23 goals this season.

Monday, Feb. 9

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Belmont 3, Eagle Rock 2
Lizeth Fernandez scored two goals, including the game-winning header in the 67th minute, and Jessica Morfin had one goal for host Belmont (14-3-4, 8-1-2). Goalkeeper Raquel Villanueva had eight saves for Belmont, which led, 1-0, at halftime. Roxanne Cruz and Lindsey Zuber each scored one goal for Eagle Rock.

MARINE LEAGUE

San Pedro 2, Narbonne 0
Junior Terry Manqueros scored twice to help visiting San Pedro (11-4-1, 9-0) clinch its sixth consecutive league title. Sophomore goalkeeper Kristina Ferrigno had six saves in recording her ninth straight shutout in league play. Narbonne falls to 13-4-5, 7-2.

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE

Van Nuys 2, Granada Hills Kennedy 0
Poirsha Woolfork scored in the first minute and Theresa Venegas scored on a header assisted by a Laura Hurley corner kick to lead host Van Nuys (13-5-2, 7-1-1) to its first victory in school history over Granada Hills Kennedy (17-4-2, 7-1-1).

WEST VALLEY LEAGUE

Chatsworth 4, Taft 2
Mia Swafford, Shawna Williams, Brittany McAffee and Jessica Skowron each scored one goal for host Chatsworth (8-8-4, 4-4-1). The game was tied, 2-2, at halftime.

WESTERN LEAGUE

Fairfax 2, Westchester 0
Debra Zepeda and Ivonne Kyle each scored and goalie Yuri Bennett had five saves to lead Fairfax (12-10-1, 7-3) over host Westchester (2-8 in league).

L.A. Hamilton 13, L.A. University 0

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