City Section

Friday, Feb. 20

City Section Playoffs
First Round

CHAMPIONSHIP BRACKET

Birmingham 5, Locke 1
Giselle Melendez had three goals and one assist and Jocelyn Oveido had one goal and two assists for host Birmingham (9-4-3) plays at home against Monroe.

El Camino Real 9, Eagle Rock 1
Nicole Connolly and Candice McLaughlin each had three goals, and Katie Oakes scored twice for host El Camino Real (19-4-1). McLaughlin had three assists.

Fairfax 2, Huntington Park 0
Sophomore Tatiana Aguirre and freshman Debra Zepeda each had a goal and keeper Yuie Bennett had six saves and recorded her eighth shutout of the year for host Fairfax (15-10-1).

Jefferson 4, Canoga Park 2
Arlene Sotomayor and Claudia Orellena both scored two goals for host Jefferson (13-1). Canoga Park is 8-5.

L.A. Hamilton 10, L.A. CES 0
Freshman Cindy Flores scored three goals and freshman Lauren Klibingat and junior Jasmine Henderson each had two goals and three assists to lift host L.A. Hamilton (15-3).

L.A. Marshall 3, Garfield 0
Amanda Valenzuela scored two goals and Sarah White added one for host L.A. Marshall (12-1-3).

Monroe 3, South Gate 2 (2 OT)
Elba Menjivar scored three goals, including the winning goal in the third minute of the second overtime, for visiting Monroe (9-8-1), seeded No. 24. South Gate finishes the season 19-5.

San Pedro 2, Sylmar 0
Amber Redey and Cery Manqueros scored goals for host San Pedro (13-4-1). Goalie Kristina Ferrigno recorded her 11th consecutive shutout for the Pirates.

Taft 2, Belmont 0
Loren Schofild scored the first goal on a penalty kick in the sixth minute and Cristina Vergara scored the second in the 71st minute for visiting Taft (11-8-3) . Belmont finishes at 15-4-3. Taft will play El Camino Real.

San Fernando at Grant.

INVITATIONAL BRACKET

Chatsworth 8, Manual Arts 0
Jessie Skowron had three goals, Megan Moreno added a goal and senior Nikki Vasquez scored her first career goal for host Chatsworth (9-7-4).

Granada Hills 5, Venice 0
Katie Deever, Katie Zika, Natlie Hernandez, Jackie Keceskes and Mellisa Kay each scored for Granada Hills (14-4-3).

Narbonne 2, Bell 1 (2OT)
Stephanie Lopez scored in the 75th minute, off an assist by Tori Hitt, to tie the score 1-1 and send the game into overtime for host Narbonne (15-4-5). Goalkeeper Yvonne Velasquez had six saves, including one penalty kick, for Narbonne.

Palisades 3, Verdugo Hills 1
Nicole Angrisani, Sara Newman and Tia Lebherz scored for third-seeded Palisades (13-2-1). Roxanne Garcia scored on a penalty kick in the 76th minute for Verdugo Hills (5-11).

Van Nuys 5, Sun Valley Poly 1
Poirsha Woolfork and Laura Hurley each had two goals for host Van Nuys (15-3-2).

Wilmington Banning at Granada Hills Kennedy; Venice at Granada Hills.

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