CITY SECTION PLAYOFFS
Friday, Feb. 27
Chatsworth 1, Palisades 0
Shawna Williams scored off a pass from Lindsey Noah in the 78th minute to lead sixth-seeded Chatsworth (11-7-4). Williams has 19 goals this season. Laura Bailey made eight saves in goal for third-seeded Palisades (14-3-1).
El Camino Real 7, Birmingham 0
Kandice McLaughlin registered her third straight postseason hat trick with three goals and two assists, giving her 32 goals on the year and 104 in her career, to lead host El Camino Real. Michelle Oakes and Nikki Walberg each added two goals and Rachel Rood made three saves for her 10th shutout for top-seeded El Camino Real (21-4-1), which hosts San Pedro on Wednesday.
Granada Hills 2, Van Nuys 0
Junior halfback Patrice Godwin scored the team's first goal in the 50th minute to lead Granada Hills (16-5-3). Van Nuys finishes at 16-4-1.
San Pedro 2, Hamilton 0
Amber Reedy scored a goal for the fourth straight game, Terry Manqueros added a goal and Kristina Ferrigno made one save to record her 13th straight shutout for host No. 4-seeded San Pedro (15-4-1). No. 5-seeded Hamilton is 16-4.
South Gate 1, Belmont 0
Junior forward Olga Morentin scored the only goal in the game 25 minutes into the first half off a cross for South Gate (21-5). Morentin missed the team's late-season run with a bruised ankle. She has 23 goals on the season. South Gate will play in a semifinal on Wednesday.
Wednesday, Feb. 25
Birmingham 5, Monroe 1
Heather Herrera had two goals and two assists, Giselle Melendez had two goals, her fifth in the postseason, and one assist and Jocelyn Oviedo added a goal and an assist for host Birmingham (10-6-3). Elba Menivar had a goal for Monroe.
Chatsworth 3, L.A. Marshall 0
Shawna Williams, Mia Swafford and Lindsey Noah each scored a goal and keeper Morgan Laggera made six saves and recorded her sixth shutout to lead host Chatsworth (10-7-4) over L.A. Marshall (12-2-3).
El Camino Real 6, Taft 0
Nicole Connelly and Kandice McLaughlin each had three goals and keeper Rachel Rood recorded her ninth shutout of the year for host No. 1-seeded El Camino Real (20-4-1).
L.A. Hamilton 4, Jefferson 3
Lauren Klibingat scored three goals, including the game-winner in the 75th minute, for host L.A.Hamilton (16-3). Erica Rockey scored the Yankees' first goal in the 10th minute. The game was tied 2-2 at halftime.
San Pedro 4, Grant 0
Freshman midfielder Lauryn Maes scored twice and Nicole Monroy and Amber Reedy added goal to lead fourth-seeded San Pedro (14-4-1) to the second-round victory at home. Kristina Ferrigno recorded her 12th consecutive shutout and 13th of season for the Pirates.
Van Nuys 2, Narbonne 1 (OT)
Poirsha Woolfork tied the game with a goal in the eighth minute and scored the game-winner in 12th minute of the extra period to lead visiting Van Nuys (16-5-2). Laura Hurley assisted both goals and keeper Brenda Romero made 13 saves, four in overtime, for the Lady Wolves. Maribel Lopez had the only goal for Narbonne (15-5-5). Woolfork has 15 goals in the last eight games.
Bell 1, Sun Valley Poly 1 (Bell wins on penalty kicks, 3-0)
Mayra Aguilar scored the tying goal in the second half and Daisy Uribe made seven saves for visiting Bell (8-10-4), which plays at Huntington Park on Friday.
Belmont 1, Eagle Rock 0
Forward Jessica Morfin scored in the 72nd minute off a throw in from Cindi Escontrias to lead Belmont (16-4-4) to the victory. Morfin has 14 goals on the season. Eagle Rock finishes at (7-6-2).
Canoga Park 2, L.A. CES 0
Kimberly Vela scored both goals, while Kathy Rodriguez and Katelynn Thomas each had an assist for host Canoga Park (9-5-1).
Garfield 2, Manual Arts 1 (OT)
Anna Rivera scored in the 10th minute of the second overtime and Aracely Salazar also scored for host Garfield (8-5-4).
Huntington Park 3, Venice 2 (OT)
Miroslava Garcia scored the game-winning goal in the sixth minute of overtime for 18th-seeded Huntington Park (9-5-4). Samantha Bustamante and Valerie Sanchez also scored for host Huntington Park.
South Gate 4, Locke 0