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High School Roundup: Edison boys’ water polo opens playoffs with overtime win over Temple City

Photo Gallery: Los Alamitos vs. Edison in boys’ water polo
Edison’s Ethan Galaz, seen looking for a shot on Oct. 17, 2018, helped the Chargers beat Temple City 11-10 in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 3 playoffs on Tuesday.
(Scott Smeltzer / Staff Photographer)

Sophomore attacker Tommy Kelly scored the winning goal in sudden-death overtime, lifting the Edison High boys’ water polo team to a 11-10 win over Temple City in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 3 playoffs Tuesday at Ocean View High.

Senior center Ethan Galaz had five goals, and senior Dane Howell added three goals. Brian Huynh scored a buzzer-beating goal in the fourth quarter to send the match into overtime, while senior goalkeeper Caden Martin made key blocks down the stretch.

Edison (13-15) plays at Santa Barbara in the second round Thursday at 5 p.m.

Costa Mesa 12, Rancho Cucamonga 7: Anderson Todd scored five goals for the host Mustangs in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 3 playoffs Tuesday.

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Gabe Gerber added four goals for the Mustangs (16-11), and Will Harrington scored twice.

Joey Palmquist made 13 saves for Costa Mesa, which plays at Northwood in the second round Thursday at 5 p.m.

Trabuco Hills 20, Los Amigos 7: The Lobos were eliminated in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 5 playoffs Tuesday at Garden Grove High.

Los Amigos finished the season 8-19.

GIRLS’ GOLF

CIF Southern Section Southern Division Team finals: Fountain Valley’s Madison Le shot a six-under-par 66, earning medalist honors and helping the Barons finish third in Monday’s tournament on the Los Lagos Course at Costa Mesa Country Club.

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The Barons had a team score of 396, advancing to the SCGA qualifier at Western Hills Country Club in Chino Hills on Thursday. Fountain Valley’s scoring five also included Milan Nguyen (74), Misty Le (75), Heather Trinh (87) and Quyen Huynh (94).

Edison was first to miss the cut, placing fourth with a score of 400. The Chargers were led by Erin Johnson, who shot an even-par 72.

Huntington Beach wound up with a team score of 404. Keely Tang had the Oilers’ top performance with a 74, while UC Riverside commit Vanessa Betancourt carded a 75.

Newport Harbor’s Cathy Tong came in with a 75, leading the Sailors to a team total of 447.

Estancia had a team score of 562. Lexi Thorpe finished with a 94.

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