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High School Roundup: Newport Harbor boys’ water polo beats Foothill

Photo Gallery: Newport Harbor vs. Oaks Christian in boys’ water polo
Newport Harbor’s Tommy Kennedy (15), pictured celebrating after scoring a goal against Westlake Village Oaks Christian on Nov. 7, 2018, led the Sailors to a 14-8 win at Foothill on Tuesday.
(Scott Smeltzer / Staff Photographer)

Senior left-hander Tommy Kennedy scored a team-high four goals as the Newport Harbor High boys’ water polo team beat Foothill 14-8 on Tuesday in a nonleague road match.

Ike Love, Sam Allen, Reed Stemler and Ben Liechty each scored twice for the Sailors (3-0), ranked No. 1 in CIF Southern Section Division 1 and 2. Foothill is ranked No. 10.

Goalkeeper Blake Jackson made nine saves for Newport Harbor.

Marina 11, Los Amigos 3: The Vikings scored six goals in the second quarter of Tuesday’s nonleague win at Ocean View High.

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Marina (6-4), ranked No. 9 in CIF Southern Section Division 5, also beat Ocean View 15-4 on Monday. Vincent Labonte and Sean Harvey each scored four goals.

Palos Verdes 7, Laguna Beach 5 (OT): The Breakers, ranked No. 8 in CIF Southern Section Division 1 and 2, fell to 2-1 after Tuesday’s nonleague loss at home to the No. 12-ranked Sea Kings.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Laguna Beach 3, Capistrano Valley 1: Ella Tyus had 14 kills to lead the visiting Breakers to a 25-22, 25-16, 16-25, 25-12 nonleague victory on Tuesday.

Piper Naess had 12 kills and Sophie Reavis added 10 kills for Laguna Beach (15-4).

The Breakers remain on the road to face JSerra at 5:45 p.m. on Wednesday.

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Edison 3, Villa Park 0: Nikki Logan led the visiting Chargers with 11 kills in a 25-18, 25-11, 25-23 nonleague win on Tuesday.

Emily Sparks handed out 29 assists, Haley Paschal added seven kills, and Kelly McCloskey had six kills for Edison (9-6).

Huntington Beach 3, Newport Harbor 0: Xolani Hodel had 14 kills, as the host Oilers swept 25-18, 25-22, 25-23 in a Sunset Conference crossover match on Tuesday.

Claire Robbins had eight kills, and Heather Edwards added seven kills for Huntington Beach (18-7).

Downey 3, Marina 2: The Vikings fell short in a nonleague road match on Tuesday by a score of 23-25, 25-18, 20-25, 25-16, 15-7.

Marina dropped to 4-7.

Tustin 3, Costa Mesa 0: The Mustangs dropped Tuesday’s nonleague road match 25-15, 25-14, 25-20.

Costa Mesa is 11-8.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

Sage Hill 13, Fairmont Prep 5: The Lightning swept in doubles in Tuesday’s San Joaquin League opener at La Habra Tennis Club.

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The teams of Lauren Avenatti and Kimi Reddy, Madison Dao and Julia Yuen, as well a Courtney Dvis and Michelle Zheng, all swept for Sage Hill (2-4). Miya Stuss and Kana Byrd each won twice in singles.

Sage Hill also beat Newport Harbor 10-8 on Monday in a nonleague match, as Karina Grover, Stauss and Byrd all swept in singles.

Palos Verdes 13, Corona del Mar 5: Hannah Jervis, Reece Kenerson and Alden Mulroy all won one singles set for Corona del Mar in Tuesday’s nonleague match at home.

CdM dropped to 2-2.

GIRLS’ GOLF

Westminster 269, Costa Mesa 275: The Mustangs’ Bella Rice was the individual medalist with a 14-over-par 49 in Tuesday’s Orange Coast League match at Costa Mesa Country Club’s Mesa Linda Course.

Costa Mesa is 0-2 in the league.

Estancia 240, Western 257: Lexi Jaeger medaled for the Eagles with a score of 41 in Monday’s Orange Coast League match at Costa Mesa Golf Course.

Estancia improved to 3-0-1 overall and 2-0 in the league.

FIELD HOCKEY

Huntington Beach 10, Thousand Oaks Westlake 0: The Oilers improved to 5-0-1 after Tuesday’s nonleague win at home.

Huntington Beach travels to Studio City Harvard-Westlake on Thursday.

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Edison 12, Thousand Oaks 0: The visiting Chargers picked up their first win of the season in Tuesday’s nonleague game.

Edison is 1-1.

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