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High School Roundup: Huntington Beach boys’ soccer overthrows top-ranked Servite

Huntington Beach's Kalani Delarole, left, and Steven Venetantis celebrate a win over Santa Ana in the All-Turf Tournament.
Huntington Beach’s Kalani Delarole, left, and Steven Venetantis celebrate a win over Santa Ana in the All-Turf Tournament on Dec. 10.
(Scott Smeltzer / Staff Photographer)

The Huntington Beach High School boys’ soccer team pulled off its biggest win of the season, going on the road and defeating top-ranked Servite on Thursday in a nonleague match.

Reid Fisher and Kalani Delarole scored goals for the Oilers, who handed the Friars their first loss of the season. Daniel Kotkosky recorded the shutout for Huntington Beach (6-1-1), which is tied with La Cañada St. Francis for 10th in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 rankings.

Corona del Mar 2, Magnolia 0: Jaden Mwendapole scored both goals for the Sea Kings on Wednesday in a nonleague match.

Ari Kanazawa and Dallas Roberts drew the assists for CdM (4-1).

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Cypress 2, Newport Harbor 2: Gigi Davila and Brielle Benedict scored goals for the host Sailors on Thursday night in a nonleague match.

Davila converted off a corner kick by Anto Russo, while Sadie Hoch assisted on Benedict’s goal.

Emily Park made three saves for Newport Harbor (2-3-3), which plays against Temecula Valley on Saturday in the semifinals of the Best in the West Tournament “ABCD” Flight.

Edison 3, Woodbridge 0: Alex Wood scored twice for the Chargers in Thursday’s nonleague game at Edison High.

Nicole Connor added a goal for Edison (4-2-1).

The Chargers will play in the Best in the West Tournament “EFGH” Flight semifinals against Long Beach Poly on Saturday at 11 a.m. at Downey Warren High.

Katella 2, Costa Mesa 1: Bryanna Elias scored a goal for the Mustangs, but Costa Mesa (2-7-1) saw its losing streak reach five matches on Thursday at home.

Laguna Beach 1, St. Margaret’s 0: The host Breakers picked up their first win of the season, moving their record to 1-2-1.

Segerstrom 3, Los Amigos 0: The Lobos dropped to 4-3 overall following Thursday’s result in a nonleague match.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Huntington Beach 53, La Habra 43: The Oilers snapped a seven-game losing streak with a nonleague win on the road Thursday.

Huntington Beach is now 2-9 overall.

Dana Hills 65, Laguna Beach 48: Kanoa Panganiban scored a team-high 18 points for the visiting Breakers on Thursday in a nonleague game.

Jackson Sirianni added 15 points for Laguna Beach (7-4).

Ocean View 64, Orange 39: Chico Lopez scored 35 points for the Seahawks in Thursday’s Loara Tournament game.

Ocean View improved to 7-4 overall.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Fountain Valley 60, Cypress 58: Audrey Tengan led the host Barons with 19 points on Thursday in a nonleague game.

Margaret Tengan added 16 points for Fountain Valley (8-3), while Eileen Kim and Mary Nguyen each scored six points.

Woodbridge 60, Edison 10: The Chargers dropped to 4-10 overall with Thursday’s nonleague defeat on the road.

Laguna Beach 49, Century 24: Sophie Marriner had 25 points, 13 rebounds, three steals and three blocked shots to lead the Breakers on Thursday in nonleague action.

Kate Cheng scored 13 points to go with eight rebounds and eight blocks for Laguna Beach (12-2). Anna Cheng also scored nine points.

Santa Ana 46, Marina 38: The host Vikings dropped their fourth straight game on Thursday in nonleague play.

Marina is now 4-7 on the season.

Ocean View 44, Riverside Ramona 32: The Seahawks earned their fifth consecutive victory on Thursday in a nonleague game at home.

Ocean View plays host to Santa Ana on Saturday at 5 p.m.

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

Costa Mesa 9, Mission Viejo 7: The host Mustangs ran their winning streak to four in a row on Thursday with a nonleague win.

Costa Mesa improved to 5-2 overall.

Long Beach Wilson 10, Huntington Beach 5: The host Oilers were doubled up on Thursday in a nonleague game.

Huntington Beach fell to 5-6 overall.

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