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Saturday, Jan. 31
Chino Hills 6, Katella 2
Chino Hills 11, Ayala B 8
Dana Hills 5, Fullerton 4
Dana Hills 9, Northwood 6
Foothill B 4, St. Lucy's 3
Foothill B 7, Savannah 1
Katella 8, Ayala B 4
Northwood 7, Fullerton 6
St. Lucy's 4, Savannah 1
Note:Chantel Satchel of Foothill B was named tournament MVP.
Aliso Niguel 7, Palos Verdes 3
Julia Maricich, Stephanie Popp and Kristin Najarian each scored a goal for Palos Verdes (8-13) in the tournament match at Placentia Valencia High.
Palos Verdes 4, Redlands East Valley 3 (sudden death)
Stephanie Popp scored the game-winning goal just over a minute into the sudden-death period to lift Palos Verdes. Suzanne Robinson led the Sea Kings with two goals.
Temple City 14, Lompoc Cabrillo 8
All-tournament selections Jessica Coy had five goals and Linda Calvert scored three to lead Temple City (14-5). Ivone Garcia added two goals and earned tournament MVP honors for Temple City.
Buena 6, Ventura 6 (Buena wins shootout, 4-2)
San Luis Obispo 8, Burbank 6
Lompoc 7, Rio Mesa
Temple City 7, Ventura 4
Jessica Coy scored three goals to lead Temple City.
Lompoc Cabrillo 12, Buena 8
Fifth Place Semifinals
Burbank 7, Rio Mesa 2
San Luis Obispo 3, Lompoc 2
Claremont 9, Los Osos 1
Claremont is 10-7, 3-2. Los Osos 0-7 in league.
El Rancho 8, Bonita 4
Brandy Bray scored four goals and goalie Miriam Quintenilla made 15 saves to lead visiting El Rancho (19-1), which extended its winning streak to five games. Sharayah Hernandez scored two goals and Kimberly Trafford and Berlyn Sanchez each added one goal for the Dons, who led, 6-2, at halftime. Brianna Wilson, Julia Sancher, Melissa McKown and Sarah Woods each scored one goal and goalie Jessica Reimal recorded four saves for Bonita (11-10).
Irvine 10, Edison 8
June Becktell had four goals and Dana Parola chippescored three to lead host Irvine (6-13). Edison is 5-14.
Newport Harbor 13, Irvine University 2
Jessica Ball had four goals, three steals and two assists and Melissa Wheeler and Kally Lucas each tallied two goals for Newport Harbor (16-2) in a nonleague victory over visitng Irvine University. Sara Wigal and Malory Sussman scorerd the only goals for the Trojans.
Peninsula 16, Laguna Beach 2
Melissa Mueller had a season-high seven goals, including four in the third quarter, for Peninsula (20-4), which posted its 11th consecutive victory since a 9-3 loss to Laguna Beach on Dec. 27.
Erin O'Donnell added five goals, including three in the fourth quarter, and senior goalie Natalie Kim had 16 saves for Panthers, who led, 8-0, at halftime.
O''Donnell, a senior at two meters, has 66 goals this season. Mueller, a senior driver, has 45 goals, and sophomore Tekla Beckmann is third on the team with 26. Kim has has 271 saves.
Breanna Duplisea scored both goals for Laguna Beach (14-7), which played without top player Addison Doud, sidelined by illness.
Laguna Beach is ranked No. 3 in CIF Southern Section Divison II; Peninsula is No. 7.
Mira Costa 13, Valhalla 7
San Clemente 8, Mira Costa 6
Friday, Jan. 30
Savanna 6, Northwood 5 (OT)
Ashley Dillon scored the winning goal in sudden-death overtime for Savanna (19-4). Natasha VanKeeken had three goals for the Rebels. Northwood is 9-11.
Bracket A (Top 16 teams)
At Buena High
Buena 9, Camarillo 7
Rio Mesa 6, Santa Ynez 5
Ventura 3, Santa Barbara B 0
San Luis Obispo 6, San Bernardino 2
Buena 14, Rio Mesa 3
Santa Ynez 11, Camarillo 8
Ventura 4, San Luis Obispo 1
San Bernardino 5, Santa Barbara B 4
At Oxnard High
Burbank 10, Oxnard 4
Lompoc Cabrillo 8, Westlake 0
Temple City 16, Santa Maria 0
Lompoc 4, Thousand Oaks B 1
Lompoc Cabrillo 6, Burbank 4
Westlake 4, Oxnard 3
Temple City 7, Lompoc 4
Thousand Oaks B 7, Santa Maria 1
Bracket B (Bottom 14 teams)
At Agoura High
Agoura B 15, Channel Islands 0
Moorpark 14, Rio Mesa B 0
Rio Mesa B 9, Channel Islands 6
Agoura B 7, Moorpark 3
Temple City 16, Santa Maria 0
Temple City 7, Lompoc 4
Lakewood St. Joseph 6, Mater Dei 5
Kim Romero scored three goals, including the game-winner with 23 seconds left in the fourth quarter, to lead visiting Lakewood St. Joseph (16-7, 1-0). Allison Folkman had four goals for Mater Dei (9-16, 0-1).
Marina 5, Irvine 3
Michele Ferretti had three goals for host Marina (11-8, 2-1).
Anaheim Canyon 11, Edison 8
Courtney Mathewson had six goals and five steals to pace host Canyon (13-7). Edison is 5-12.
Corona del Mar 12, San Clemente 5
Jordan Anae had four goals and two steals and Katlin Kubas scored three first-half goals to lead host and No. 5 Corona del Mar (11-7), which led, 8-2, at halftime.
El Segundo 13, Arcadia 3
Senior Katy Lawlor had eight goals in the first three quarters for El Segundo (16-9). Lawlor has scored 14 goals in her last two games. Danielle Clemmer added three goals and Markayla Quane had 18 saves for El Segundo. Arcadia falls to 7-10.
Newport Harbor 6, Long Beach Wilson 3
Carolyn Conway scored a goal in each of the first three quarters to lead Newport Harbor over Long Beach Wilson in a matchup of two of the top-five teams in the Southland.
Conway, a senior center forward who has signed with Indiana, opened the scoring with her first goal. She broke a 2-2 tie to give the Sailors a 3-2 halftime edge with her second goal. Her third score, with 5:44 left in the third period, gave Newport Harbor its largest lead to that point at 4-2.
Anne Belden and Ashling Taylor also scored third-quarter goals for Newport Harbor, ranked No. 2 in the Southland by The Times as well as No. 2 in the Southern Section Division I coaches poll.
The Sailors (15-2) were contained by Wilson's aggressive pressing defense. Both teams used up the 35-second shot clock several times without getting an attempt, and many attempts came from the outside.
"They're a really physical, tough team. We haven't played against that good of a press before," said Newport Harbor assistant Jason Lynch, who guided the Sailors in place of Coach Bill Barnett. Barnett is in Brazil this week, serving as a scout for the U.S. national men's water polo team.
Wilson (14-5), ranked No. 4 by The Times and No. 6 in Division I, missed 13 of 16 shots. Newport Harbor was slightly better in 15 shot attempts.
"We kind of broke down a little bit in the third quarter because we were getting frustrated because our shots weren't going," said Wilson junior attacker Lauren Silver.
Silver, who leads the Bruins with 37 goals this season, was held scoreless and missed six shots.
Casie Mota, Amy Lamb and Maddie Welty scored for Wilson.
Peninsula 12, Irvine University 1
Natalie Kim blocked 9 of 10 shots and Heather Fotion scored four goals to lead visiting Peninsula (19-4). Irvine University is 7-11.
Villa Park 6, Huntington Beach 2
Goalie Kristen Davis had eight saves to lead host Villa Park (15-7). Huntington Beach is 14-11.
Woodbridge 12, Fountain Valley 4
Meredith Brandon had four goals and keeper Katharine Anderson made nine saves for visiting No. 10 Woodbridge (17-1). Fountain Valley is 14-9.
Thursday, Jan. 29
Malibu 10, Oaks Christian 5
Oaks Christian 10, Hueneme 5
Montebello 18, Bell Gardens 2 Jacqueline Guerrero and Priscilla Orozco scored four goals each to lead host Montebello (14-4, 6-0).
Upland 15, Claremont 2
Ashley Rothweiler set the single-game school record with seven assists to lead host No. 7 Upland (17-2, 6-0) over Claremont (2-3 in league). Rothweiler finished with one goal and Vanessa Lindsey scored eight goals for the Highlanders.
El Segundo 9, Santa Monica 5
Katy Lawlor had six goals, giving her 79 goals on the season, for host El Segundo (15-9, 1-2). Santa Monica drops to 11-11, 0-3. Lawlor posted her third six-goal performance this year.
Peninsula 15, Redondo 2
Kim Nelson and Tekla Beckmann each scored three goals for Peninsula (18-4, 3-0). Redondo is 10-10, 0-2.
Riverside Poly 14, Riverside North 7
Monique Blanchard had five goals and Sam Greenawalt scored three for Riverside Poly (15-7, 5-0). Kathleen O'Brien-Price and Ashley Minor each had two goals for Riverside North (18-7, 2-3).
Thousand Oaks 14, Moorpark 5
Daisy Fish had three goals for host Thousand Oaks (16-5, 5-3).
Bonita 10, Charter Oak 6
Sarah Woods had four goals and Julia Francher scored three to lead host Bonita (11-9, 4-0). Stephanie Heinrich had three goals and keeper Heather Curtis made 10 saves for Charter Oak (9-11, 2-2).
Savanna 13, Western 0
Ashley Maher had eight goals and Casey Davis made nine saves to record her second shutout of the season for host Savanah (18-4, 5-0). Western drops to 6-9, 2-3.
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE
Downey 17, Cerritos 5
Sofia Patronas had a season-high six goals, Traci Aparicio added four goals and Kristin Swart scored three to lead Downey (16-4, 3-0).
Santa Margarita 14, Rosary 4
Ayala 11, Chino 2
Chelsea Curran had three goals for visiting Ayala (15-5, 6-0). Chino drops to 1-5 in league.
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Capistrano Valley 6, Trabuco Hills 1
Ashley Meier scored three goals to lead host Capistrano Valley (2-18, 1-2). Amanda Dorren had the only goal for Trabuco Hills (0-3 league).
Redlands 18, Granite Hills 0
Janee Walsh scored six goals and Brooke Vessey had three goals for Redlands (20-2).
Westridge 16, Pasadena 4
Emily Leedom-Hearst scored eight goals and Charlotte King made 11 saves to lead visiting Westridge (6-1).
Wednesday, Jan. 28
DEL RIO LEAGUE
El Rancho 14, California 3
Miriam Quintanilla made 10 saves and Brandy Bray and Sharayah Hernandez each scored four goals to lead visiting El Rancho (18-1, 3-0). California is 15-8, 2-1.
DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE
Palm Springs 15, Indio 3
Mary Chatigny had six goals to lead Palm Springs (15-8, 4-2).
Carpinteria 15, Oaks Christian 2
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Corona del Mar 14, Northwood 3
Camille Hewko and Taylor Harkins had four goals apiece to lift host No. 5-ranked Corona del Mar (10-7 overall). Hewko scored four first-half goals and freshman Harkins scored her four goals in the second half for the Seahawks, which led, 7-2, at halftime.
Westridge 18, Flintridge Prep 10
Junior Emily Leedom-Hearst scored eight goals and Kristin McCall added four goals to lead host Westridge (5-1, 4-1). Tiffany Kim scored six goals for Flintridge Prep.
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
Temple City 16, South Pasadena 0
Jessica Coy and Yvonne Garcia each scored five goals for host Temple City (10-5, 5-0). South Pasadena is 1-4 in league.
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Foothill 19, Aliso Niguel 1
Grace Reynolds scored six goals and Jillian Kraus added five for Foothill (17-2, 2-1) and the Knights routed Aliso Niguel in a Sea View League game at Foothill. Sophomore Alex DeLaCampa and freshman Jessica Kutcher each added two goals for Foothill. Kraus leads the Knights in scoring with 65 goals this season, while Reynolds is second on the team with 43 goals. Kaitlin Prijatel has 16.
Newport Harbor 14, Irvine 3
Carolyn Conway scored five goals for host Newport Harbor (16-2, 3-0), ranked No. 2 in the Southland by The Times. Dana Parola scored all three goals for Irvine.
Woodbridge 4, Laguna Hills 3
Meredith Brandon had two goals and Jacquelyn Gauthier tallied a goal and four steals for visiting No. 10 Woodbridge (16-1, 3-0). Caylinn Wallace had 24 saves for Laguna Hills (11-4, 1-2).
Carpenteria 15, Oaks Christian 2
Lauren Hall and Kelly Motley each had a goal for host Oaks Christian (1-9, 0-4).
Irvine University 15, Santa Monica 3
Cristina Spezia had six goals and seven steals to lift host University (7-11). Santa Monica is 10-16.
Redlands 16, Hemet 1
Janee Walsh had five goals for host Redlands (19-2).
Orange 16, Cerritos 2
Tuesday, Jan. 27
Montebello 18, Burbank Burroughs 4
Grace Quintana had four goals and Yvette Viramontes scored three for visiting No. 8 Montebello (13-4, 5-0).
Upland 17, Rancho Cucamonga 4
Vanessa Lindsey had seven goals and two assists and Ashley Rothweiler added four assists and one goal to lead No. 7 Upland over host Rancho Cucamonga (12-5, 4-1).
Anaheim Canyon 10, Brea Olinda 3
Courtney Mathewson had five goals, six steals and two assists to lead host Canyon (12-7, 2-1).
Santa Barbara 14, Dos Pueblos 2
Freshman Kelly Easterday scored two goals and Sarah Frost tallied four assists and fours steals to lead No. 1 Santa Barbara (17-2, 5-0). Dos Pueblos is 13-5, 3-2.
Katella 8, Loara 2
Goalie Megan Dempsey made eight saves for visiting Katella (16-7, 5-0), which is in first place in league. Loara falls to 4-10, 1-4.
Sonora 8, La Habra 3
Shea Roos had five goals to lead host Sonora (8-11, 2-3). La Habra is 0-5 in league.
Riverside Poly 19, Hemet 8
Riverside Poly improves to 14-7, 5-0.
Royal 8, Thousand Oaks 7
Palos Verdes 8, Beverly Hills 1
Genna Carmack and Suzanne Robinson each had two goals for host Palos Verdes (7-12, 2-0). Beverly Hills is 8-11, 1-2.
Savanna 14, Century 1
Ashley Maher scored five goals to lead Savanna (17-4, 4-0), which had seven different goal scorers. Century is 0-4 in league.
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
Temple City 28, Monrovia 2
Jessica Coy had nine goals, Yvone Garcia had five goals and Meghan Walsh scored three for visiting Temple City (9-5, 4-0). Monrovia is 1-11, 0-4.
Rosary 0, Mater Dei 0
Brianna Smith-Hanson had 12 saves in goal for host Rosary (6-10-6, 0-3-2). Erin Henry made eight saves for Mater Dei (12-4-2, 2-0-2).
Ayala 10, St. Lucy's 1
Chelsea Gentry and Ashley Vieriea had three goals apiece to lead host Ayala (14-5, 5-0). St. Lucy's is 12-3, 3-2.
El Rancho 17, Charter Oak 7
Brandy Bray had eight goals and three assists and Sharayah Hernandez had four goals to lead host El Rancho (17-1, 2-0). Heather Curtis made 10 saves for Charter Oak.
Lakewood St. Joseph 16, Bolsa Grande 2
Kim Romero and Erin Schaadt each had four goals and Kelly Kennison made nine saves for host Lakewood St. Joseph (15-7).
Long Beach Wilson 8, Santa Margarita 6
Junior attacker Lauren Silver scored six goals, including five in the first half, as No. 3 Long Beach Wilson (14-4) took a 7-2 lead at intermission in a nonleague victory over No. 9 Santa Margarita (11-7) at Belmont Plaza. Casie Mota and Amy Lamb each had one goal for Wilson, which led 8-4 at the end of the third quarter before Santa Margarita scored two quick goals early in the fourth period.
Mission Viejo 11, Mater Dei 4
Jamie Grijalva had five goals and Kayla Hoffman had four goals for host Mission Viejo (11-11).
Rowland 10, Downey 8
Kristin Swart had three goals for Downey (15-4).
Monday, Jan. 26
Savanna 10, Buena Park 9 (OT)
Ashley Maher scored six goals, including the game-winner in overtime for Savanna (16-4). Buena Park is 7-10.
Savanna 5, El Toro B 4
DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE
Palm Springs 7, Cathedral City 2
Mary Chatigny had five goals and four steals and Shannon Cole had a goal, two assists and five steals to lead Palm Springs (14-8, 3-2). Jillian Friend scored both goals for Cathedral City.