Southern Section

Saturday, Jan. 10

TOURNAMENTS

ANAHEIM WESTERN
Championship

El Rancho 8, Riverside North 5
Brandy Bray scored four goals and tournament most valuable player Miriam Quintanilla made 10 saves for No. 10 El Rancho (14-0). Quintanilla tallied 47 saves and three shutouts while allowing eight goals in five tournament games. Kathleen O'Brien-Price and Laura Uribe each scored two goals for Riverside North (9-3).

Third Place

Whittier 6, El Segundo 2

Championship Semifinals

El Rancho 5, Whittier 3
Brandy Bray scored two goals for El Rancho.

Riverside North 4, El Segundo 2
Ashley Minor scored all four goals for Riverside North (15-4). El Segundo falls to 12-3.

Fifth Place

Bonita 6, Charter Oak 3
Julia Francher scored two goals to lead Bonita (7-8). Stephanie Heinrich scored two goals for Charter Oak (7-7).

Fifth-Place Semifinals

Charter Oak 4, Redondo 3 (OT)
Stephanie Heinrich had three goals, including a seven-meter lob shot, to win the game in overtime for Charter Oak (7-6). Redondo is 9-5.

Savanna 5, Redondo 2 (seventh)
Laguna Hills 14, Santa Ana Valley 3 (ninth)
Yucaipa 7, California 5 (11th)
El Modena 11, Costa Mesa 3 (13th)
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 7, Aliso Niguel 3 (15th)
Corona Centennial 5, Louisville 3 (17th)
San Marino 5, Cypress 0 (19th)
Lakewood St. Joseph 4, Chadwick 3 (21st)
Alemany 12, Santa Fe 5 (23rd)

Consolation Semifinals

Chadwick 11, Santa Fe 4
Marisa Esposito scored five goals each half and finished with 10 goals for Chadwick. The senior tied a school record for goals in a game and currently has 37 goals on the year.

BUENA
Fifth Place

Newbury Park 5, Camarillo 1
Senior goalkeeper Melissa Cobb had 10 saves for Newburry Park (10-9, 1-4).

Fifth-Place Semifinals

Newbury Park 10, Nordhoff 1
Cobb had 11 saves, Bridget McKee had four goals, Kalyn Clemens had three goals and Chrissy Donahue had two goals for Newburry Park.

NONLEAGUE

Corona del Mar 7, Santa Margarita 6 (OT)
Jordan Anae, Vivian Liao, and Katya Eadington had two goals apiece for host and No. 6 Corona del Mar (4-6), but it was Katlin Kubas' goal in the second three-minute overtime period that won it for the Sea Kings. Anae scored both of her goals in the first quarter and Corona del Mar led, 2-0, going into the second period. No. 8 Santa Margarita then came back with three unanswered goals in the second quarter and led, 3-2, at halftime. In the third quarter Darby Anderson, who had three goals, scored twice and a Mary Cousineau score offset Vivian Liao's first goal of the game, and the Eagles led by three going into the final stanza. Eadington's two goals then pulled the Sea Kings to within one and Liao's second goal sent the game into overtime. The first overtime period saw three shots on goal by the Eagles and two by the Sea Kings, but no goals. Kubas then registered the only goal of the second overtime period to give Corona del Mar the victory.

Mira Costa 5, La Serna 3
Amanda Flores scored two goals to lead host Mira Costa (6-5).

INTERSECTIONAL

Foothill 11, Coronado 5
Jillian Kraus and Grace Reynolds had four goals each and Kaitlin Prijatel added two goals and two steals for Foothill (12-0), in the intersectional game at Miramar College. Noel Umphrey scored the other goal for the Knights, ranked No. 1 in the Southern Section Division I and by The Times. Kraus and Umphrey scored goals in the third quarter, when Foothill stretched early 2-1 and 4-2 leads to 8-4.

Newport Harbor 12, San Diego The Bishop's 7
Newport Harbor (8-1), ranked No. 4 in the Southland by The Times, took a 10-4 halftime lead and won over visiting The Bishop's (11-1).

Friday, Jan. 9

TOURNAMENTS

BUENA
Pool Play

Rio Mesa 7, Newbury Park 6
McKee had two goals and Shawn Sweeney had two goals for Newburry Park. Rio Mesa scored in the final four seconds to take the lead.

Newbury Park 16, Oxnard Pacifica 2
Cobb had eight saves, Shannon Dollison had three goals, Tia Raduziner had four goals, Allison Lang had one goal for Newburry Park.

WESTERN

CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTERFINALS

El Rancho 8, Savanna 0
Berlyn Sanchez and Brandy Bray each scored three goals to lead El Rancho (12-0).

SECOND ROUND, CHAMPIONSHIP BRACKET

El Rancho 11, Aliso Niguel 0
El Rancho Goalie Miriam Quintanilla had seven blocks, making this her fifth shutout of the season. Melody Calderon scored two goals for El Rancho (11-0).

Pool Play

Charter Oak 8, Costa Mesa 5
Stephanie Heinrich had seven goals, Andrea Ruiz added the other and Heather Curtis had four blocks in goal for Charter Oak (6-5). Sarah Bowman and Christine Twohig each had two goals for Costa Mesa (7-5).

Riverside North 10, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 2
Kathleen O'Brien-Price had three goals and three assists for Riverside North.

Riverside North 15, Redondo 5
Ashley Minor had four goals and two assists for Riverside North (15-3).

Savanna 6, Yucaipa 5
Ashley Maher scored four goals for Savanna (10-2), including the game-winner with 10 seconds left in regulation. Yucaipia falls to 8-4.

El Segundo 10, Charter Oak 8
Daniella Clemmer scored three goals to lead El Segundo (12-2). Stephanie Heinrich scored seven goals for Charter Oak (6-6).

San Marino 5, Chadwick 3
Kristen Edwards had two goals, including the go-ahead goal with 48 seconds left in the game, for San Marino (5-9).

IVY LEAGUE

Riverside Poly 12, Arlington 6
Monique Blanchard had five goals and Sam Greenawalt had four goals for Riverside Poly (6-3, 1-0). Arlington is 8-4, 0-1.

PREP LEAGUE

Westridge 15, Flintridge Prep 6
Emily Leedom-Hearst scored seven points to lead visiting Westridge (2-1, 1-1). Flintridge Prep is 0-2 in league.

NONLEAGUE

Arroyo Grande 8, Nipomo 2
Ashley Degoede and Lauren Smith each scored two goals for Arroyo Grande, while Megan Boniface and Mallorie Green combined for seven saves.

Beverly Hills 13, Pasadena 1
Beverly Hills is 3-3.

Downey 10, La Quinta 3
Sofia Patronas had four goals while Traci Aparicio, Kristin Swart and Stephaine Rosero each added two apiece to lead Downey (12-3).

El Dorado 7, Irvine University 6 (OT)
Sophomore Whitney Elsen made the game-winner in overtime to lead El Dorado (7-5) over visiting Irvine University (4-10).

Fountain Valley 7, Tesoro 3
Christina Jianakakos had three goals for visiting Fountain Valley (9-6).

Thursday, Jan. 8

TOURNAMENTS

WESTERN
First Round

Charter Oak 6, Cypress 4
Stephanie Heinrich had four goals and Heather Curtis made 15 blocks and scored a goal to lead Charter Oak (5-5).

El Rancho 14, Ocean View 0
Brandy Bray scored three goals to lead No. 10 El Rancho (10-0).

El Segundo 10, Saddleback 0
Katy Lawlor had four goals, increasing her season total to 51 in 12 games, for El Segundo (10-2).

Costa Mesa 13, Palos Verdes 8
Chandra Malapira had five goals and Sarah Bowman scored four to lead Costa Mesa (7-4). Stephanie Popp and Genna Carmack each had two goals for Palos Verdes.

Riverside North 15, Torrance 0
Katie Inglett had five goals for Riverside North (13-3).

Savanna 8, San Marino 3
Ashley Maher had five goals to lead Savanna (9-2). San Marino is 3-9.

BASELINE LEAGUE

Upland 24, Los Osos 0
Bri Anderson and Jenna Schuster each scored five goals and Vanessa Lindsey added five assists for host Upland (11-0, 2-0), which led, 18-0, at halftime. Allison Lucas made six saves for Upland. Los Osos is 5-10, 0-2.

CHANNEL LEAGUE

Santa Barbara 17, Ventura 2
Kami Craig had seven goals and Nicole Louie scored four to lead visiting Santa Barbara (8-2, 2-0) past Ventura (0-1 league).

FREEWAY LEAGUE

Sonora 11, Buena Park 6
Amy Longstreth had five goals and Shea Roos scored three and Kelly Dargel made 10 saves in goal to lead host Sonora (1-0 in league).

Troy 11, La Habra 1
Danielle O'Toole had six goals and two steals and goalie Jacque Ritchie made 11 saves for host Troy (10-3, 1-0). La Habra is 0-1 in league.

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE

Garden Grove 16, La Quinta 2
Jeanette Demeneces had 10 goals for host Garden Grove (10-0, 1-0).

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Agoura 6, Thousand Oaks 2

MOORE LEAGUE

Long Beach Wilson 21, Long Beach Poly 4
Casie Mota had four goals for Long Beach Wilson (9-2, 1-0).

MT. BALDY LEAGUE

Don Lugo 9, Colony 1
Emma Duarte had four goals and five steals and Alyssa Thompson had three goals and three steals to lead visiting Don Lugo (4-1, 3-0). Sarah Flores added two goals and two steals and Lynzee Gray had one goal for the Conquistadores. Danielle Lassiegne scored in the fourth quarter for Colony (2-5, 2-2)

PAC-5 LEAGUE

Arroyo Grande 8, San Luis Obispo 6
Catrina Bettencourt had three goals and goalkeeper Megan Boniface made 12 saves and had two steals for Arroyo Grande (9-5, 1-0). San Luis Obispo is 0-1 in league.

NONLEAGUE

Anaheim Canyon 16, Rosary 5
Courtney Mathewson scored 11 goals for Canyon (7-4). Rebecca McCall scored three goals and one assist for visiting Rosary (8-9).

Gahr 8, Sage Hill 1
Ashley Badali and Katheryn Stemler each scored three goals for visiting Gahr.

La Canada 10, Santa Monica 4
Jen Jorgensen had five goals to pace La Canada.

Millikan 3, Downey 2
Marshay Aguilar made 14 saves for Downey (11-3).

Montebello 8, Long Beach Wilson 7
Daisy Carrillo, Priscilla Orozco and Grace Quintana each scored twice and Montebello (6-2), ranked No. 5 in the Southland by The Times, hung on to upset Wilson (8-2), ranked No.3 by The Times, at Belmont Plaza in Long Beach.Montebello led throughout, but the Bruins had closed the gap to 7-6 heading into the fourth quarter.

Peninsula 15, Brea Olinda 5
Erin O'Donnell and Melissa Mueller had four goals apiece for visiting Peninsula.

Temple City 10, South Pasadena 1
Linda Calvert and Nicole Maichrowicz each had a goal for visiting Temple City (4-2).

Wednesday, Jan. 7

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE

Palm Springs 21, Indio 3
Mary Chatigny had seven goals, four assists and three steals to lead Palm Springs (10-4, 1-0).

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE

Costa Mesa 11, Saddleback 3
Sarah Bowman had five goals and Jessica Steenhard score three for visting Costa Mesa (6-4, 1-0). Saddleback is 5-7, 0-2.

Orange 12, Santa Ana 5
Amy Trejo had six goals, three steals, and two assists to lead visiting Orange (7-2, 2-0). Santa Ana is 6-6, 0-1.

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

La Canada 27, Monrovia 0
Jen Jorgensen had eight goals and Kara Murphy scored seven for La Canada.

NONLEAGUE

El Dorado 8, Troy 7 (OT)
Cindy Hilgenberg scored three, including the game-tying goal with five seconds left, to lead host El Dorado (6-5). Whitney Shaw added three goals for the Golden Hawks. Danielle O'Toole scored five goals for Troy (9-3).

Foothill 9, Corona del Mar 4
Top-ranked Foothill (11-0) trailed, 3-1, at halftime, but outscored No. 6 Corona del Mar, 6-1, in third quarter to take the lead for good. Jillian Kraus had three goals and six steals for the Knights, including two goals in the third quarter. Kaitlin Prijatel and Grace Reynolds each had two goals for Foothill, which beat Corona del Mar, 4-2, on Dec. 27 in the semifinals of Newport Harbor/Corona del Mar tournament. Katlin Kubas and Katya Eadington each had a goal and two steals for Corona del Mar.

Riverside Poly 25, Jurupa Valley 5
Monique Blanchard and Sam Greenawalt each scored eight goals for host Riverside Poly (5-3), which led, 10-3, at the half. Jurupa Valley is 10-3.

Woodbridge 15, Tustin 3
Jacquelyn Gauthier had six goals and eight steals and Meredith Brandon added four goals to lead visiting Woodbridge (9-0). Tustin is 6-7.

Tuesday, Jan. 6

BASELINE LEAGUE

Upland 19, Claremont 3
Jenna Schuster had six goals and Vanessa Lindsey added five goals to lead No. 7 Upland (10-0). Goalkeeper Allison Lucas made six blocks for Upland.

EMPIRE LEAGUE

Katella 17, Loara 6
Sara Van Horne had five goals and five assists and Vanessa Cook also scored five goals to lead Katella (8-6, 1-0) over visiting Loara (2-6, 0-1). Van Horne is leading Katella with 40 goals this season.

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Royal 9, Agoura 7
Melissa Dicato had four goals and Sharleanna Richardson scored three to lead Royal (7-2, 4-0).

MISSION LEAGUE

Louisville 9, Alemany 2
Juliana Pasos had three goals for host Louisville (5-5, 1-0) in the league opener for both schools.

MT. BALDY LEAGUE

Don Lugo 7, Chaffey 6
Emma Duarte had four goals and Sarah Flores had three goals to lead visiting Don Lugo (3-1, 2-0). Amanda Harness scored five goals for Chaffey (1-3, 1-2).

NONLEAGUE

Anaheim Canyon 11, Irvine University 9
Rhonda Cichillo had four goals and Courtney Mathewson and Lindsey Rodgers each added three goals for Canyon (6-4), which led, 9-3, at halftime.

Brea Olinda 6, Rosary 4
Annie Greenhill scored four goals to lead host Brea Olinda. Rosary fell to 8-8.

Burbank 17, South Pasadena 2
Jessica Ullo, Evelin Setaghian and Cristina Mendigochea each had three goals for Burbank (6-2).

El Rancho 6, Temple City 5
Brandy Bray scored three goals, including the game-winner from two meters with two minutes left in the game, to lead No. 10 El Rancho (9-0). Miriam Quintanilla added eight blocks for El Rancho, which led, 3-2, at the half. Linda Calvert scored three goals to lead Temple City (6-2).

El Segundo 11, La Canada 6
Katy Lawlor had six goals to lead El Segundo (9-2) past La Canada (7-4). Lawlor has scored 47 goals this season.

Flintridge Prep 14, Pasadena 10
Tiffany Kim had seven goals for host Flintridge Prep (1-7).

Garden Grove 10, Lakewood 3
Goalie C.J. Longeuay made 11 saves to lead visiting Garden Grove (9-0).

La Serna 10, Charter Oak 6
Jessica Whitesell scored six goals to lead host La Serna (5-4). Emily Barrett had four goals and goalkeeper Heather Curtis made 14 saves for Charter Oak (4-5).

Milken 10, Culver City 1
Emily Rubenstein had five goals for host Milken (5-1).

Mira Costa 4, Millikan 3
Amanda Flores scored two goals to lead host Mira Costa (5-5).

Woodbridge 11, El Dorado 4
Jacquelyn Gauthier scored six goals and had one assists and four steals and Stephanie Hansen added four assists to lead visiting Woodbridge (8-0). El Dorado is 5-5.

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