High School Roundup: Newport Harbor one of five local girls’ soccer teams to win CIF opener
Kenna Robar, Jenna McConnaughey and Laine Briggs all scored for the Newport Harbor High School girls’ soccer team in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs Wednesday at Newport Harbor High.
Anto Russo had two assists for the Sailors (10-2-4), and Alyssa Sims also had an assist. Goalkeeper Jessica Gardner made four saves.
Newport Harbor hosts Pacifica in the second round Friday at Estancia High at 3 p.m.
Huntington Beach 2, Long Beach Poly 1: Freshman Jaiden Anderson scored both goals for the Oilers on Wednesday in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs on the road.
Huntington Beach (9-9-1) plays at No. 2-seeded Mater Dei in the second round Friday.
South Hills 2, Laguna Beach 1 (OT): The Breakers were knocked out in extra time in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 2 playoffs Wednesday.
Laguna Beach finished the season 6-5.
Costa Mesa 1, Calabasas Viewpoint 0: The Mustangs earned the home win Wednesday in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 4 playoffs.
Orange Coast League champion Costa Mesa (9-4-5) hosts Gabrielino in the second round Friday.
Ocean View 3, Rowland Heights Rowland 1: Marlene Ruiz scored twice for the Seahawks in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 4 playoffs Wednesday at home.
Isis Salazar also scored for Ocean View (11-4-2), which hosts top-seeded San Dimas in the second round Friday at 5 p.m.
Sage Hill 4, San Bernardino Indian Springs 0: The Lightning earned the shutout home win Wednesday in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 5 playoffs.
Sage Hill (10-3-2) plays at top-seeded Coachella Valley in the second round Friday.
Fountain Valley 12, Long Beach Millikan 6: The No. 2-seeded Barons swept in doubles in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 3 playoffs Wednesday at home.
The teams of Kaylee Tran and Emily Tran, Christy Chau and Paige Ngo, as well as Iris Chau and Skylar Ngo, all swept for Fountain Valley (14-4).
The Barons play at Whitney in the second round Friday.
Sage Hill 14, Eastlake Roosevelt 4: Freshmen Halle Parker and Jazi Aftabi swept in singles for the Lightning in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 3 playoffs Wednesday at Sage Hill.
Kana Byrd and Ava Herin swept in doubles for Sage Hill (16-1) as did Courtney Davis and Eva Ro.
The No. 3-seeded Lightning play at Esperanza in the second round Friday.
Camarillo 9, Laguna Beach 9 (Camarillo wins 66-62 on games): Sarah MacCallum, Katelyn Smith and Jessica MacCallum all swept in singles for the Breakers on Wednesday in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs on the road.
Laguna Beach finished the season 9-6.
Chino 13, Estancia 5: The Eagles’ season ended in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 5 playoffs Wednesday at home.
Northview 15, Costa Mesa 3: The Mustangs succumbed to the top seeds in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 5 playoffs Wednesday on the road.
Costa Mesa (5-7) had won 10-8 at Nogales in a wild-card match Tuesday.
Fountain Valley 49, Laguna Beach 44: Junior guard Roddie Anderson had a game-high 26 points for the Barons in Wednesday’s Sunset Conference crossover game at Fountain Valley High.
Jeremiah Davis added eight points for Fountain Valley (9-2).
Laguna Beach (12-2) suffered its second straight loss.
Edison 71, Huntington Beach 69 (OT): Luke Serven scored 28 points for the Chargers in Wednesday’s Sunset Conference crossover game at Huntington Beach High.
Connor Collins scored 21 points for Edison (8-5).
Huntington Beach fell to 5-10.
Los Alamitos 64, Corona del Mar 42: Hudson Bond led the Sea Kings with eight points in a Sunset Conference crossover game on the road Wednesday.
CdM fell to 4-9 this season.
Pacifica Christian Orange County 73, St. Margaret’s 38: Annika Jiwani had 23 points to lead the Tritons on Wednesday in a nonleague game on the road.
Lauryn Ham also scored 21 points for Pacifica Christian, which improved to 11-3 overall. Pacifica Christian coach James Parker added that Charis Wondercheck stood out for her defense.
The Tritons are back in action on Monday at Avalon.
Costa Mesa 214, Orange 323: Cristopher Rodriguez was the medalist for the Mustangs with a score of even-par 35 on Wednesday in an Orange Coast League match.
The contest was played on the front nine of the Mesa Linda Course at Costa Mesa Country Club.
Costa Mesa improved to 5-3 overall and in league. The Mustangs face the Panthers again on Thursday at River View Golf Course.
Costa Mesa 257, Orange 316: Sydney Ngo earned the medalist designation for the Mustangs, carding a four-over-par 39 on Wednesday in the Orange Coast League match at Costa Mesa Country Club.
Costa Mesa moved its record to 5-4 overall and in league.
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