Southern Section

Saturday, Dec. 13

TOURNAMENTS

EL RANCHO
Championship final

El Racho 16, El Modena 3
Tournament MVP Brandy Bray scored nine goals, and Miriam Quintanilla blocked 10 shots to lift El Rancho (6-0).

Championship Semifinals

El Rancho 11, Burbank 2
Sharayah Hernandez scored 3 goals for El Rancho (5-0).

Third Place

California 9, Burbank 7
Margo Diamond scored five goals for California (5-1).

Fifth Place

Cypress 4, South Pasadena 3

Seventh Place

Chadwick 12, Cerritos 6

Ninth Place

Santa Fe 8, Keppel 5

Eleventh Place

Trabuco Hills 10, Pasadena 1

VILLA PARK
Championship

Upland 12, Los Alamitos 8
Senior twins Brianna and Vanessa Lindsey and junior Jenna Schuster each had three goals for Upland (7-0), which went 5-0 in the tournament to win the title.Drew Wawrzynski had four goals for Los Alamitos.

Championship Semifinal

Upland 8, Anaheim Canyon 4Los Alamitos 9, Agoura 5

Third place

Anaheim Canyon 17, Agoura 14
Courtney Mathewson scored 11 goals to lead Canyon (4-3).

Fifth Place

Arlington 6, El Toro 3

Seventh Place

Riverside Poly 11, Villa Park 8

Consolation

Edison 12, Rosary 8
Sophomores Katie Springer and Laurel Newman each had three goals for Edison (3-3). Junior Martha Fisic had eight steals for the Chargers. Rebecca McCall had four goals and five steals for Rosary (7-5).

Crescenta Valley 7, Edison 6
Sophomore Katie Springer had three goals for Edison (2-3).

San Marino 14, Bell Gardens 7
Susan Stapp had six goals, Stephanie Yuan had five, and Evelyn Sun had nine steals to lead San Marino (2-7).

Sunny Hills 7, Mater Dei 3
Christina McEwen and Krista Carlson each scored three goals to lead Sunny Hills. Gloria Doran made 10 saves for Mater Dei.

Marina 6, Mater Dei 3
Michelle Ferrentti scored three to lead Marina. Danielle Ganzel scored two goals for Mater Dei (5-8).

Long Beach Poly 11, San Marino 3

NONLEAGUE

Foothill 4, Santa Barbara 3
Jillian Kraus scored three goals as Foothill won a nonleague matchup of the defending Southern Section Division I champion Knights and defending Division IV champion Santa Barbara at Capistrano Valley High.

Foothill led, 4-2, going into the fourth quarter after Kraus scored the first three goals for the Knights (3-0) and freshman Noel Umphrey converted what turned out to be the game-winning goal in the third period.

Kami Craig scored the last goal for Santa Barbara to pull the Dons (3-1) within the final margin with less than three minutes left. Brittany Bahre and Miranda Nichols had the Dons' other goals.

Nichols' goal was her fourth goal in two games. She also got three in Santa Barbara's 6-1 victory over Corona del Mar on Friday.

Santa Barbara goalie Brittany May, a junior, made eight saves against Foothill, although she injured the little finger on her left hand on Kraus' second goal.

Under intense defensive pressure from the Knights, Santa Barbara converted goals in just one of five man-up situations.

Foothill goalie Katy Krumpholz had eight saves in the game, which the Knights led, 3-1, at halftime.
--Lauren Peterson

Friday, Dec. 12

TOURNAMENTS

EL RANCHO
Pool Play

El Rancho 13, Trabuco Hills 2
Desiree Sandoval (El Rancho): 3 goals

El Modena 16, Cerritos 2
Cypress 14, Mark Keppel 4
California Whittier 9, Pasadena 1
Burbank 15, Cypress 4
Chadwick 8, Trabuco Hills 4

VILLA PARK
Quarterfinals

Championship bracket

Upland 10, Arlington 6
Jenna Schuster had five goals, Vanessa Lindsey added three goals, and goalie Allison Lucas made nine saves for Upland (5-0). Nikki Frisch led Arlington (2-2) with three goals

Consolation bracket

Mater Dei 11, Bell Gardens 2
Mater Dei is 5-5.

Rosary 8, Santa Monica 3
Rebecca McCall had five goals and two assists to lead Rosary.

Rosary 6, Mater Dei 5 (OT)
Colleen Johnson scored the game-winner in overtime and Rebecca McCall and Colleen Carper each had two goals for Rosary. Allison Folkman had four goals for Mater Dei (5-6).

Anaheim Canyon 8, Riverside Poly 6

PREP LEAGUE

Pasadena Poly 14, Flintridge Prep 6

NONLEAGUE

El Dorado 12, Esperanza 0
Sarah Dirks scored four goals and goalie Amanda Watkins made five saves for her first shutout of the year for host El Dorado (5-2).

Garden Grove 9, Orange 1
C.J. Longeuay registered 19 saves in goal to lead Garden Grove (6-0).

Gahr 7, Torrance 3
Visiting Gahr improves to 2-0.

Thousand Oaks 12, Oxnard 4
Stevie Blanchard scored five goals, while Kat Plummer added four and Jenna Conway and Katie Buckley each had one for Thousand Oaks (9-0) in a nonleague victory at Oxnard.Daisy Fish added one goal and four assists for the Lancers.

Santa Barbara 6, Corona del Mar 1

Thursday, Dec. 11

TOURNAMENTS

EL RANCHO
Pool play

El Rancho 15, Chadwick 0
Sharayah Hernandez had four goals to lead El Rancho (3-0).

South Pasadena 18, Pasadena 2
El Modena 19, Santa Fe 1
California 16, Pasadena 5
Burbank 16, Keppel 0
Cerritos 13, Santa Fe 8

VILLA PARK
Pool play

Anaheim Canyon 16, La Serna 8
Courtney Mathewson had six goals to lead Canyon (2-2), which outscored La Serna, 9-2, in the second half.

Anaheim Canyon 16, Bell Gardens 5
Courtney Mathewson had five goals to pace Canyon (1-2).

La Serna 7, Mater Dei 1
Jennifer McKay had three goals to lead La Serna (4-1). Allison Folkman scored in the second quarter for Mater Dei (4-4).

Riverside Poly 14, Rosary 8
Monique Blanchard had seven goals to lead Riverside Poly. Rebecca McCall had six goals and two steals for Rosary (5-3).

Riverside Poly 16, Brea Olinda 5
Senior Alison Riddle had four goals and junior Erzsi Kovacs had three goals to lead Riverside Poly (3-0).

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Royal 9, Westlake 1
Katie Harding had three goals and Melissa Dicato and Sharleanna Richardson had two apiece to help lift host Royal (3-2, 1-0).

Thousand Oaks 16, Calabasas 4
Daisy Fish had five goals and Kat Plummer had four for visiting Thousand Oaks (8-0, 1-0).

NONLEAGUE

Downey 16, Lakewood St. Joseph 2
Sophie Patronas had five goals and Kristin Swart chipped in with four for Downey (6-1).

Marymount 7, Pasadena Poly 6
Allison Towle had four goals for Marymount (3-1).

Moorpark 10, Oaks Christian 4
Jacque Pare scored two goals and Lauren Hall and Morgan Rohde each added one for host Oaks Christian (1-5).

Oxnard Pacifica 7, Hueneme 4
Mackenna Nelson had three goals for visiting Pacifica (1-2).

Wednesday, Dec. 10

NONLEAGUE

Flintridge Sacred Heart 10, Flintridge Prep 6
Casey Stumbhugh scored three goals for Sacred Heart (3-1). Jamie Park had two goals for host Flintridge Prep (0-4).

Lakewood St. Joseph 8, Hacienda Heights Wilson 4
Erin Schaadt scored four goals for host St. Joseph (4-2) at Long Beach City College. Melissa Larson and Natalie Hayz each scored two goals for Wilson (2-4).

Louisville 9, Beverly Hills 4
Juliana Pasos scored four goals and Kristyn Ross had two goals to lead host Louisville (3-4). Lisa London, Meirav Alkalay, Allie Razo and Marissa Saori each scored for Beverly Hills (1-2).

Milken 15, Hueneme 9
Emily Rubenstein scored five goals for Milken (5-0), which led, 8-4, at halftime. Michelle Gonzalez scored three goals for host Hueneme.

Rancho Cucamonga 5, Charter Oak 4
Tonya Torres scored three goals, including the game-winner, for visiting Rancho Cucamonga (3-0). Charter Oak is 1-2.

Savanna 10, Gahr 3
Ashley Maher had six goals to pace host Savanna (6-2). Gahr is 1-1.

Upland 13, Bonita 3
Vanessa Lindsey scored four goals to lead visiting Upland (2-0). Julia Sancher scored two goals for Bonita (0-2).

Tuesday, Dec. 9

NONLEAGUE

Alhambra 12, Flintridge Prep 8
Tiffany Kim scored four goals for host Flintridge Prep (0-3). Alhambra improves to 1-2.

Beverly Hills 10, Warren 7
Rachel Skura led visiting Beverly Hills (1-1) with three goals.

Downey 12, Saddleback 3
Kristin Swart had a career-high seven goals to lead host Downey (5-1).

El Dorado 13, Long Beach Poly 3
Whitney Shaw had four goals to lead host El Dorado (4-2).

El Rancho 9, Anaheim Canyon 7
Beverly Sanchez and Sharayah Hernandez each had three goals and Miriam Quintanilla made 12 saves to lead El Rancho (2-0). Courtney Mathewson and Lindsey Rodgers had three goals apiece for Canyon (0-2).

Foothill 10, Long Beach Wilson 8
Grace Reynolds and Jillian Kraus scored four goals apiece to lead defending Division I champion Foothill (2-0) at Belmont Plaza. Wilson (5-1) held a 2-1 lead going into the second quarter, but Kraus and Roxanne Rovenger each scored twice during the period and the Knights took a 5-4 lead into the half. Allie Lamb and Megan Nesland had two goals apiece for Wilson, which trailed 8-6 going into the fourth quarter.

Marymount 7, Webb 4
Visiting Marymount is 2-1.

Norco 10, Temecula Valley 3
Jennifer Laumea and Dannielle Dunlap scored four goals each for visiting Norco (3-1).

Nordhoff 15, Oxnard Pacifica 3
Jill Hasbrouck scored six goals for host Nordhoff. Oxnard Pacifica is 0-2.

Peninsula 8, La Canada 3
Kelsey O'Donnell, Tekla Beckmann and Melissa Mueller had two goals apiece to lead visiting Peninsula (5-2).

Rosary 14, Bell Gardens 11
Sam Caballero had seven goals and six steals and Rebecca McCall added three goals, three assists and six steals for host Rosary (5-2). Kimerbly Diaz and Jeanette Diaz scored five goals apiece for Bell Gardens.

Thousand Oaks 14, San Marcos 3
Daisy Fish and Kat Plummer both scored four goals and Stevie Blanchard added three goals to lead Thousand Oaks (7-0). Whitney Enston also scored two goals and had six steals for Thousand Oaks.

Woodbridge 16, Mission Viejo 1
Jacquelyn Gauthier scored nine goals and had five steals to lead host Woodbirdge (2-0). Mission Viejo is 5-3.

Monday, Dec. 8

NONLEAGUE

El Rancho 19, Arcadia 4
Sharayah Hernandez and Brandy Bray had four goals each and Miriam Quintanilla added 13 blocks for host El Rancho (1-0). Arcadia falls to 2-4.

La Serna 14, San Marino 6
Jessica Whitesell tallied six goals for host La Serna (2-1).

Norco 15, Arroyo Valley 7
Jennifer Laumea and Dannielle Dunlap each scored four goals for Norco (2-1). Erin Unra scored five goals for host Arroyo Valley (0-3).

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