Saturday, Dec. 4
Yucaipa 3, Palm Desert 0
Yucaipa 3, Arrowhead Christian Academy 1
Palm Desert 3, Beaumont 1
Louisville 1, San Marcos 0
Leah Osborne scored with an assist from Lisa Gomez in the second half to lift Louisville (2-0-1) in a victory at Buena.
Louisville 2, Camarillo 1
Megan Picket and Danielle Balderrama scored for Louisville (3-0-1) in a victory at Buena
Nordhoff 2, Oxnard 1
Amie Cresto scored the winning goal in the 60th minute to break a 1-1 tie. Sarah Stoltz scored for Nordhoff in the fourth minute, and Oxnard (1-2-1) tied the game 11 minutes later. Nordoff (2-0-1) outshot Oxnard, 23-5. Goalkeeper Emily Reynolds made three saves.
Nordhoff 0, Crescenta Valley 0
Nordhoff outshot Crescenta Valley, 16-7, and goalkeeper Emily Reynolds made seven saves. Nordhoff advanced to the championship bracket on points.
Marlborough 3, Crossroads 0
Junior forward Katheryn Abrams, freshman midfielder Elizabeth Duval and senior forward Alie Rivier each scored first-half goals for Marlboro (1-2). Crossroads fell to 0-3.
Notre Dame Academy 3, La Reina 2
Katie King scored the go-ahead goal in the 58th minute for Notre Dame Academy (1-0-1). Notre Dame Academy’s Tiffany Warner and Lili Mancini had one goal apiece
Windward 2, Granada Hills 2
On a free kick, junior midfielder Nicole Bernet scored the game-tying goal with one minute remaining for Winward (0-1-2). Bernet also assisted senior forward Julia Cummings, who score Windward’s first goal.
Culver City 2, Mayfield 1
Hacienda Heights Wilson 1, Diamond Ranch 0
Alena Sahagun scored unassisted on a low shot from just outside the penalty area in the 77th minute for Wilson (2-0-1). Diamond Ranch is 3-1.
Flintridge Sacred Heart 3, Colton 0
Pasadena Poly 5, Covina 1
Eliza Walper had three goals and Kate Holman also scored for Pasadena Poly (1-1-2), which benifitted from an own goal by Covina.
First RoundColton 1, Pasadena Poly 0
Hacienda Heights Wilson 1, Pasadena 0
Alexa Chico scored off of a corner kick in the 75th minute for Wilson (1-0-1).
Flintridge Sacred Heart 5, Bonita 0
Cerritos Valley Christian 4, Mary Star 0
Sarah McTigue, Tiana Torp, Amber Lopez and Ashley Haagsma each scored for Valley Christian (2-0-1). Erin Halma and Christina Fieselman contributed one assist each. Susie Rodriguez made six saves for Mary Star (2-1-0)
Chadwick 3, El Segundo 1
Christen Press had two goals and assisted on another by Eleni Marmarelis for Chadwick (4-0), which will face either Cerritos Valley Christian or Mary Star in a semifinal next Saturday at 11:45 a.m. at El Segundo.
Beverly Hills 3, Animo 0
Emily Housman scored a goal and assisted on another for Beverly Hills (2-1).
Flintridge Prep 2, Cate 1
Lexy Parnass and Catalina Comes each scored for Flintridge Prep (2-0).
Flintridge Prep 4, Bishop Diego 0
Keesha Wilson scored two goals while Coco Kleinert and Lexy Arnass each added a goal for Flintridge Prep (3-0).
Anaheim Canyon 2, La Canada 1
Senior forward Heather Toohey headed in a corner kick by freshman midfielder Kim Russel in the final minute for the win.
Canyon led 1-0 at the half on a goal by freshman Elizabeth Brezden with an assist from senior Caitie Vanwormer. La Canada junior midfielder Claire Callister tied the game with an unassisted goal 20 minutes into the second half. Canyon’s Nikki Friedman made 10 saves, and La Canada (1-0-2) sophomore Anya Rosen had 11.
Arlington 3, Temple City 0
Freshman Briana Bunch had one goal and one assist for Arlington (5-0).
Arlington 3, Chaffey 2
Briana Bunch had one goal and two assists for Arlington in a game earlier in the day.
Bonita 1, Anaheim Canyon 0
Bonita (1-1) scored on a second-half penalty kick. Canyon (3-1) goalkeeper Nikki Friedman made 10 saves and Bonita’s Brittany Massro had six saves. Canyon defender Amy Androsko made a diving save on a penalty kick when Friedman was yellow carded.
Orange Lutheran 2, Chino 0
Freshman Camie Jarvis had two goals as the Lancers improved to 6-0-1 with a victory at Cal Poly Pomona.
Rosary 5, Sultana 1
Shelly Murphy scored twice and an assist to lead the Royals over Sultana.
Sonora 1, Palmdale 1
Sonora sophomore Brittany Marceau scored in the 71st minute on a header to force the tie. Senior Allissa Perez got the assist. Palmdale senior Ashley Thomas scored early in the first half.
Sonora sophomore goalkeeper Samantha Bryant made six saves, and Palmdale senior Jessica Karzin had eight saves.Sonora advances out of pool play with a 1-0-1 record. Palmdale is 0-0-2.
Chino 1, Rosary 0
Orange Lutheran 2, Sultana 1
Westminster 1, Brethren Christian 0
Freshman forward Jazmine DeGiacomo scored in the 15th minute off the pass from junior halfback Lisa Noldan for Westminster (2-0). Junior goalie Adrianne Najera made six saves.
Sage Hill 4, Westminster 2
Emily Webb had two goals, and Kara Percival and Sara Montazami also both scored for Sage Hill. Kriss Medina and Lisa Noldan each had a goal for Westiminster (2-1).
Sage Hill 5, Brethren Christian 0
Kelly Kim had three goals and Sara Montazami scored twice for Sage Hill.
Savanna 4, Magnolia 3
Miriam Valenzuela scored twice, and Cynthia Flynn and Marie Bell both had a goal for Savanna. Magnolia’s Tiffany Jones had two goals and Sally Yunker scored one.
Magnolia 3, Estancia 0
Amber Houston had two goals and Adrianna Hernandez had one for Magnolia.
Century 4, La Quinta 0
Betsy Sanchez had three scores, and Marifol Castanech added one for Century.
Santiago 1, Century 1
Betsy Sanchez scored for Century.
Oxford Academy 5, Westminster B 2
Carolyn Fry scored twice for Oxford Academy.
Santa Ana Valley 4, Oxford Academy 1
Ana Ceja, Rosa Cecena, Maricella Sanchez and Gigii Rodriguez scored for Santa Ana Valley.
Santa Ana Valley 4, Westminster B 0
Gigii Rodriguez scored twice, and Yanelly Estrada and Rosa Leconn both chipped in a goal for Santa Ana Valley.
Magnolia 3, Estancia 0
Amber Houlston had two goals and Adriana Hernandez added a third for Magnolia.
Savanna 4, Magnolia 3
Tiffiany Jones, Sally Yunker and Adriana Hernandez each scored for Magnolia.
Estancia 0, Savannah 0
Santiago 1, La Quinta 0
Village Christian 3, Burbank Burroughs 2
Village Christian’s Jessica Gordon scored and had an assist in the first half before suffering a knee injury just before halftime. The Crusaders (1-2) played with only nine players in the second half. Stevi Mersola and Kacie Martin each had a goal and Martin had an assist for Village Christian.
Thursday, Dec. 2
Orange Lutheran 1, Ventura 0
Sophomore forward Jaqueline Turner scored the winning goal in the second half. Goalkeeper Randy Derringer recorded the shutout for Orange Lutheran (4-0).
Orange Lutheran 3, Long Beach Poly 0
Freshman forward Arion Ingram scored two goals, and junior Brianna Clift added another. Randy Derringer recorded the shutout.
Culver City 2, Marlborough 1
Kara Segal scored on a 25-foot shot for Marlborough (0-2).
Windward 1, Notre Dame Academy 1
Senior forward Julia Cummings scored for Winward (0-1-1).
Granada Hills 1, La Reina 0
Mayfield 4, Crossroads 0
Notre Dame Academy 1, Windward 1
Cerritos Valley Christian 6, St. Monica 0
Lauren Hernandez and Sarah McTigue each had two goals and Ashley Haagsma had a goal and two assists for Cerritos Valley Christian (1-0-1).
Chadwick 1, Brentwood 0
Britney Scannell scored off an assist Christen Press in the 26th minute for Chadwick (3-0).
Saddleback 2, Rancho Alamitos 1
Freshman forward Jessica Zavalza scored two goals for Saddleback (1-0). Junior forward Sabrina Rodriguez had the lone score for Rancho Alamitos (1-3).
St. Joseph’s 1, Marina 1
Meera Ghandi scored off an assist Natalie Farah in the 20th minute for St. Joseph’s (1-1-0). Bridget Labreak scored in the second half to tie the game for Marina.
Anaheim Canyon 1, South Hills 0
Junior midfielder Cody McClure scored off the pass from freshman midfielder Jennifer Smith Canyon for Anaheim (2-0).
Arlington 1, Pasadena 0
Senior forward Lindsey Merrett scored in the 15th minute for Arlington (3-0). Pasadena is 0-1.
Rosary 1, Orange Lutheran 1
Freshman forward Kelsey Alston scored for Orange Lutheran (4-0-1)
Sage Hill 1, Century 1 (Sage Hill wins on penalty kicks, 4-3)
Kara Percival had the winning penalty kick for Sage Hill (2-0). Claire Josephson of Sage Hill scored in the first half to open the scoring. Sage Hill plays Brethren Christian at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Westminster.
Brethren Christian 0, Garden Grove Santiago 0 (Brethren Christian wins on penalty kicks, 3-1)
Estancia 1, Santa Ana Valley 0
Magnolia 6, Oxford Academy 0
Savanna 2, Westminster B 1
Westminster 2, Westminster La Quinta 0
Aliso Niguel 4, El Modena 0
Freshman forward Lexi Deol scored two goals, and junior forward Cassie Tinyo and senior forward Katie Romero netted one each for Aliso Niguel (2-0). Lauren Kelley contributed three assists, followed by Tinyo with two and Cherise Repasy with one. Aliso Niguel goalkeeper Amanda McNab made one save. El Modena is 1-1.
Arcadia 4, Hart 2
Senior midfielder Ashley Nick scored twice for host Arcadia (2-0). Senior forward Aarti Jain added a goal and two assists, while sophomore forward Megan Colombo had one goal and junior fullback Lexi Eaton chipped in an assist. Hart fell to 1-1.
Ayala 2, Walnut 0
Chelsea Bonnville and Camille Flores each scored a second-half goal to lead host Ayala to a win in its season opener. Walnut fell to 1-1.
Beverly Hills 1, Lawndale 0
Allison Litvak assisted on an Emily Housman goal in the 21st minute to lead Beverly Hills (1-1) to its first win. Housman’s goal was only one of 20 Beverly Hills shots that found the net, but Jade Sherman kept Lawndale off the board, recording eight saves en route to the shutout.
Chaminade 4, Calabasas 0
Senior midfielder Alex Fries and junior forward Stacey Kayne both scored twice for host Chaminade (1-1-1). Senior goalie Jessica McGovern recorded her second shutout of the season.
Corona Santiago 3, Rancho Cucamongo 0
Senior forward Jenny Guadagnolo scored three goals, one in first half and two in the second, for host Corona Santiago (1-1). Rancho Cucamong fell to 0-2.
Dana Hills 3, Corona del Mar 1
Rachel Newell, Genelle Ives and Diana Ravenda each scored a goal for Dana Hills (1-0-1). Jessica Mazura tallied the lone goal for Corona del Mar (0-2).
Downey 6, St. Paul 0
Kathy Oreolana had two goals and an assist and Marlene Becerra added two goals to lead Downey (2-1) past St. Paul (0-2). Downey, which allowed just one shot on goal, also had Britney Vance and Jennifer Powell score.
Esperanza 2, El Toro 2
Esperanza (0-1-1) led, 1-0, at halftime but trailed, 2-1, when Nicole Cheselski scored in last five minutes on an assist by Joanna Idom to force the tie. Idom scored Esperanza’s first-half goal on an assist by Lindsey Domene. Katie McMannis and Rachel Earela scored for El Toro (0-1-1).
Highland 9, Channel Islands 2
Anika Perkins had three goals, Salma Perez and Diana Mendez each had two goals and Sahar Haghdan had three assists for visiting Highland.
L.A. Baptist 4, Campbell Hall 0
Katie Frank scored two goals while Noelle Kauffman and Breanna Thorton each added one for L.A. Baptist (1-0).
Mira Costa 2, Bishop Montgomery 0
Koree Palmer scored with an assist from Milana Shabestari and Lindsay Bullock also scored for host Mira Costa (4-0).
Newport Harbor 3, Fountain Valley 1
Emily Olhaver, Krystal Wright and Amy Klippert scored for Newport Harbor (2-0). Amanda Apple scored in the 50th minute for host Fountain Valley (1-1).
Nordhoff 4, Camarillo 1
Senior center Amy Cresto had two goals, one in each half, and she also added an assist as host Nordoff (1-0) beat Camarillo (0-3). Junior striker Sarah Stoltz and freshman midfielder Kelsey Owens both chipped in goals for Nordhoff.
Orange 3, Bolsa Grande 0
Senior forward Alma Marcelo had one goal and two assists, and both senior midfielder Norma Herrera and sophomore forward Rachel Bova also scored for host Orange (3-0). Bolsa Grande fell to 0-2.
Pasadena Poly 1, Maranatha 1
Poly’s Eliza Walper and Maranatha’s Lindsay Morgenthaler each scored first-half goals. Poly is 0-0-2.
San Marino 13, San Gabriel 0
Junior midfielder Christina Handayan, freshman midfielder Meagan Brazil, junior midfielder Lieto Addis, and junior midfielder Nikki Delahooke each had two goals for host San Marino (2-0-1) against San Gabriel (0-3-0). San Marino also received scores from senior midfielder Elizabeth DeWitt, freshman forward Lindsay Wofford, freshman forward Hannah McKnight, junior defender Megan Haslan, and junior Ashley Wofford.
Santa Margarita 2, Northwood 0
Junior Katie Smokowski scored on an assist by senior Becky Dunek in the first half, and Jacquelyn Johnston notched an unassisted goal in the second half. Senior goalkeeper Katie Wagner made five saves for Santa Margarita (1-0). Northwood (0-2) goalkeeper Jessica Birnbaum made seven saves.
South Pasadena 5, Alhambra 0
Eva Dickson, a junior who missed most of last year with an ankle injury, scored her first two goals of the season in a win over visiting Alhambra. South Pasadena, which led 3-0 at the half, improved to 1-1.
St. Margaret’s 6, Laguna Beach 0
Courtney Kent scored two headers on corner kicks and Nicole Sady-Kennedy had one goal and four assists to lead visiting St. Margaret’s (2-0). Lauren Danjoi had seven saves in recording her second consecutive shutout. Laguna Beach fell to 0-3.
Tesoro 2, Mission Viejo 2
Natalie Romine scored twice for host Tesoro (1-0-1). Kristina Larsen scoed both goals for Mission Viejo (1-0-1), which led, 1-0, at halftime.
Trabuco Hills 1, Irvine 0
Junior forward Megan Konishi scored in the 50th minute off junior defender Lauren Logan’s pass, and visiting Trubuco Hills (1-1-0) beat Irvine (0-1-1).
Valencia 2 ,Quartz Hill 1
Valencia (1-1) scored twice in the first half, on a Kaitlyn Holister goal and an own goal by Quartz Hill. Lauren Venesch scored in the second half for Quartz Hill (0-2). Quartz Hill goalkeeper Kathy Fitzgerald made eight saves and teammate Alicia Lugo made three.
Westlake 3, Harvard-Westlake 0
Harvard-Westlake (0-1-1) outshot the Warriors 16-8.
Wildwood 1, Avalon 0
Sophomore Julia Taft scored for visiting Wildwood (1-2).
Chatsworth 1, Village Christian 0
Sara Pallett scored in the 44th minute and goalie Jessica Skowron had four saves for host Chatsworth (1-0). Village Christian fell to 0-2.
Wednesday, Dec. 1
SOUTH BAY/WESTSIDE TOURNAMENT
Redondo 2, Bishop Montgomery 1
Host Redondo Union (1-0) scored one goal in each half.Marrissa Ojeda scored the lone goal for Bishop Montgomery (0-1).
Santa Monica 2, South Torrance 0
Nora Casey and Nicole Fischman each scoed a goal for Santa Monica (1-0-1).
West Torrance 4, Culver City 0
Sydney Pomerleau scoed off a free kick in the game’s first minute for West Torrance (1-0), while Cari Gonzalez added a pair of second-half goals. Culver City is 0-1.
Anaheim Canyon 2, Sonora 0
Freshmen Elizabeth Brezden and Adriana Alonso scored second-half goals and Nikki Friedman had four saves in goal for Canyon (1-0).
Arlington 2, Rancho Verde 0
Senior Lindsey Merrett and freshman Brianna Bunch each scored for host Arlington (2-0). Rancho Verde fell to 0-2.
Bonita 4, Pomona 1
Kristi Dow had two goals and an assist for Bonita (1-0), which outshot Pomona, 32-4.
La Mirada 3, California 1
Amanda Martinez scored two goals and Carly Cram chipped in with a goal and assist for La Mirada (1-0). Melissa Lopez scored the only goal for California (0-1-1).
Malibu 4, Oxnard Pacifica 0
Brittany Saul had two goals, while Hannah Mehring and Zara Drapkin rounded out the scoring and Breana Cowart recorded her first shutout for Malibu (1-0-1).
Mira Costa 4, North Torrance 0
Corey Hastings scored two goals and Tammy Lenham and Kirsten Mellman combined for eight saves, including a penalty kick, for Mira Costa (3-0).
Oak Park 3, Camarillo 0
Senior Tatiania Camacho scored two goals and senior Sam Stoll added a goal for host Oak Park (1-0). Junior goalie Nicki Wallin had five saves. Camarillo fell to 0-2.
Orange 2, Oxford Academy 0
Alma Marcelo and Melissa Genovese both scored for visiting Orange (2-0). Oxford Academy fell to 0-1.
San Marino, 1 Flintridge Sacred Heart 1
Freshman forward Lindsay Wofford scored for host San Marino (1-0-1). Flintridge is 0-0-1.
Temescal Canyon 1, Ramona 1
Temescal Canyon (0-0-2) held a 26-5 shot advantage over Ramona (1-0-1). Daryl Merlo scored Temescal Canyon’s goal, while Cianna Mejia scored for the Rams, both in the first half.
Westlake 0, Chaminade 0
Jessica McGovern made 10 saves for host Chaminade (0-1-1). Westlake is 1-0-1.
Laguna Blanca 7, Midland 1
Tuesday, Nov. 30
SUNNY HILLS TOURNAMENT
Aliso Niguel 2, Brea Olinda 0
Cassie Tinyo and Lexie Deol both scored in the first half for Aliso Niguel. Goalkeeper Amanda McNab recorded the shutout.
Arcadia 3, Northwood 0
Lexi Eaton scored twice and Willary Scatchard had the other goal for Arcadia (1-0). Eaton scored her first goal with a corner kick, and her other goal was assisted by Donna Bennett. Scatchard’s goal, which gave Arcadia a 1-0 halftime edge, was assisted by Aarti Jain.
Arlington 2, Corona Centennial 0
Freshmen Kayla Strobel and Brianna Bunch each scored a goal in their debuts for host Arlington (1-0). Centennial fell to 0-1.
Big Bear 2, Barstow 2
Big Bear’s Erika Cohler and Samantha Hartigan each scored in the second half after trailing, 1-0, at halftime. Charlotte Maher and Alycia Muir had both goals for Barstow. Big Bear goalkeeper Rikki Jaeger made four saves, while Barstow’s Mallory Gomez had 18 saves. It was the season opener for both teams.
Cerritos Valley Christian 1, Mayfair 1
Stephanie Brink scored an unassisted goal in the 28th minute for Cerritos Valley Christian (0-0-1), but Mayfair’s Nicole Hubbard scored in the 39th minute for a 1-1 halftime tie, and the teams went scoreless in the second half at Mayfair (0-0-1).
Costa Mesa 5, Rosary 0
Junior forward Jasmin Day had three goals in six shot attempts and one assist for Costa Mesa (1-0) in a victory over visiting Rosary (0-1). Senior forward Jenny Sparks had one goals and two assists -- both on goals by Day -- and Eva Garcia had the other goal for the Mustangs. Costa Mesa senior goalkeeper Kindra Bailey made four saves in the shutout.
Diamond Bar 3, Rancho Cucamonga 1
Jessica Velazquez scored an unassisted goal for Diamond Bar (1-0) to break a 1-1 tie in the 50th minute of a game at Rancho Cucamonga (0-1). Velazquez also scored the Brahmas’ first goal, which brought Diamond Bar back from a 1-0 halftime deficit. Colleen Davis scored the Brahmas’ third goal. Jalissa Kluz scored the lone goal for Rancho Cucamonga in the 25th minute.
Diamond Ranch 6, Charter Oak 1
Senior forward Mary Helen Tomer, Diamond Ranch’s leading scorer from a year ago, registered four goals and added an assist. Kristy Kruger and Lauren Montenegro contributed one each. Sophomore goalkeeper Amber Wilson made seven saves for Diamond Ranch (2-0), which led 3-1 at the half.
Estancia 9, Bolsa Grande 1
Karina Rios scored three goals and Sarah Braunsdorf had two goals and two assists to lead Estancia (1-0) in a victory at Bolsa Grande (0-1). Elise Carroll, Taylor West, Rachael McMasters and Haley Rosner had the other goals for the Eagles, who led 4-1 at halftime.
Garden Grove 2, Marina 0
Felicia Gonzalez and Amada Lobello each scored a goal in the first five minutes of the second half for host Garden Grove (1-0) in a season-opener for both teams. Alicia Lee had nine saves in recording the shutout.
La Reina 3, Marlborough 1
Senior Andrea Funsten scored the only goal for Marlborough (0-1) with an assist from sophomore Kathryn Baudistel.
La Salle 1, Mayfield 1
La Salle (0-0-1) dominated, but Mayfield (0-0-1) got a penalty kick in the 70th minute from Gabby Chipot to tie the score. La Salle, which outshot Mayfield, 12-2, took a 1-0 lead with 10 seconds left in the first half on a goal by Gianna Gioia.
La Serna 1, South Pasadena 0
La Serna is 1-0. South Pasadena is 0-1.
Long Beach Wilson 0, San Clemente 0
Wilson goalkeeper Kaitlyn Gustaves made two saves in the season opener for both teams.
Mater Dei 2, Corona del Mar 0
Jackie Zinke and Marisol Rosas both scored in the second half to lift the Monarchs (1-0) past Corona del Mar (0-1).
Mira Costa 2, Marymount 0
Junior halfback Mandy Lenham and senior forward Jessy Devine each scored for Mira Costa. Goalkeepers Tammy Lenham and Kirsten Mellman recorded the shutout, and Amy Massey notched an assist for the Mustangs (2-0).
Newport Harbor 2, Edison 0
Junior Stephanie Lambrackis scored in the 22nd minute, and senior Julia Bernay added one in the 60th minute for visiting Newport Harbor in a season-opener for both teams. Goalkeeper Mary Gibberson made 11 saves en route to the shutout for Newport Harbor, which also registered 11 shots on goal in its first defeat over Edison in five seasons.
Sage Hill 6, Rancho Alamitos 0
Freshman Kellee Kim had three goals and Kara Percival had three assists for Sage Hill (1-0) in a win over host Rancho Alamitos (1-1). Colleen Heyler, Alie McLaughlin and Claire Josephson each scored one goal for Sage Hill.
Santa Ana 1, Anaheim 0
Gail Munoz scored on an unassisted goal on a breakaway midway through the first half for Santa Ana (1-0) in a victory over visiting Anaheim (0-1). Sophomore goalkeeper Yesenia Beltran made three saves in posting the shutout for the Saints.
St. Margaret’s 6, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 0
Jessica Demorest had two goals and an assist, Kendra Davidson had two goals and goalkeeper Lauren Danjoi made six saves en route to a shutout as St. Margaret’s (1-0) defeated Santa Ana Calvary Chapel in a season opener for both teams. Nicole Sady-Kennedy and Marisa Yanez each scored once and Jamie Schiffer also had two assists for St. Margaret’s, which got one assist from Adrienne Baker.
Jessica Poulsen had seven saves in goal for Santa Ana Calvary Chapel.
Temescal Canyon 1, King 1
Senior goalie Kelly DeChristopher made seven of her nine saves in the first half and Kylie McCormick scored on a free kick for visiting Temescal Canyon (0-0-1). King (0-0-1) scored on a penalty kick with in the 77th minute to tie the game.
Tesoro 2, Trabuco Hills 0
Nicole Romanowski scored in the 29th minute and Kylie Wright scored in injury time at the end of the first half for Tesoro (1-0) in a victory at Trabuco Hills (0-1).Emily Hart and Tiffanie Hand combined for five saves to record a shutout despite the fact that Trabuco Hills outshot Tesoro, 5-4.
Viewpoint 2, Crossroads 0
Freshman midfielder Farah Samarri scored both goals with both assists from fellow freshman midfielder Morgan Steinberg for host Viewpoint (1-0) at Pierce College. Crossroads is 0-1.
Walnut 2, Claremont 1
Stephanie Sandino scored the decisive goal with an assist from Jen Tan in the 55th minute as Walnut defeated Claremont in a season opener for both teams.
Lauren Marquez scored the Mustangs’ first goal with an assist by Janessa Currier in the 25th minute, and Walnut goalkeepers Tiffany Chada and Amanda West combined for five saves. West surrendered the goal to Claremont in the second half.
Claremont goalie Courtney Ford made 10 saves.
Westridge 4, Immaculate Heart 2
Imaan Issa of Westridge (1-0) scored two goals and had an assist against visiting Immaculate Heart (0-1). Freshman Rein Addis had three assists for Westridge.
Monday, Nov. 29
Dana Hills 1, Irvine 1
Rachel Newell scored the game-tying goal on a header in the 36th minute with the assist from Keri Thrush for host Dana Hills. Jennifer Jimenez scored in the 25th minute for Irvine in the season opener for both teams.
Downey 5, Cerritos 1
Freshman Katherine Orellana had three goals, all in the first 10 minutes, freshman Britney Vance added a goal and an assist and senior Jennifer Lara also scored for host Downey, which led, 5-1, at halftime. Victoria Cerda scored for Cerritos.
Flintridge Prep 2, Burbank 1
Coco Kleinert the go-ahead and game-tying goals with both assists coming from Lisa Freidman for visiting Flintridge Prep (1-0).
L.A. Hamilton 10, Birmingham 0
Cindy Flores recorded a hat trick for the Yankees (1-0) in a season-opening victory at Birmingham (0-1).
Malibu 4, Windward 3
Nicole Bernet scored two goals and Julia Cummings added another for Windward in the season-opening loss.
Orange 6, Los Amigos 0
Senior Alma Marcelo had three goals and three assists for the host Panthers (1-0). Los Amigos is 0-1.
Rancho Alamitos 2, Oxford Academy 1
Brittany Holt scored the go-ahead goal and Sabrina Rodriguez also scored to lead host Rancho Alamitos (1-0) over Oxford Academy (0-1).
Valencia 1, Oaks Christian 0
Alice Kong scored in the 60th minute and goalkeeper Brooke Gauvin had four saves for host Valencia (1-0). Oaks Christian is 0-1.
Agoura 3, Chaminade 0
Mira Costa 10, Burbank Burroughs 0