Senior Dustin Vorhees recorded a goal and assisted on other, leading the Edison High boys’ soccer team to a 3-1 win against visiting Los Alamitos and its second straight Sunset League title on Wednesday.
Chase Bullock and Jack Morrell also scored for Edison (15-4-2, 8-1-0 in league), ranked No. 9 in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 poll.
The Chargers, who have 24 points in league, wrap up league play at home with rival Fountain Valley on Feb. 7 at 5 p.m.
Fountain Valley 3, Newport Harbor 2: Senior Ethan Mack scored three goals for the visiting Barons in Wednesday’s Sunset League game.
Mack, who has seven goals in six league games, helped Fountain Valley improve to 5-3-0 in league. The Sailors fell to 5-3-1. Newport Harbor is in second place with 16 points, a point ahead of third-place Fountain Valley.
The Barons host Huntington Beach on Friday at 3 p.m., while the Sailors play at Marina on Feb. 7 at 3 p.m.
Estancia 4, Saddleback 0: Senior Andy Martinez scored twice on the road, keeping the Eagles atop the Orange Coast League at 4-0-3 on Wednesday.
Estancia’s Charly Segura and Sergio Gutierrez had a goal.
The Eagles (11-3-5 overall), ranked No. 4 in CIF Southern Section Division 3, have three shutouts in their last four matches.
Estancia hosts Calvary Chapel on Friday at 5 p.m.
Laguna Beach 1, Godinez 1: Sophomore Jet Rocha had the Breakers’ goal in an Orange Coast League contest at home Wednesday.
Laguna Beach (8-5-3, 3-2-2 in league) plays at Costa Mesa on Friday at 5 p.m.
Costa Mesa 5, Calvary Chapel 3: The Mustangs improved to 4-2-1 in league with Wednesday’s Orange Coast League result.
Costa Mesa trails first-place Estancia, which is 4-0-3 with 15 points in league. The Mustangs have 13 points.
Huntington Beach 5, Marina 1: The host Oilers improved to 3-5-0 in the Sunset League on Wednesday, while the Vikings fell to 0-8-0.
Newport Harbor 65, Fountain Valley 36: Junior point guard Sam Barela had a season-high 16 assists, helping the Sailors bounce back at home in Wednesday’s Sunset League game.
Newport Harbor (19-6, 6-2 in league) is a game back of first-place Edison, which is 7-1 after it lost 62-59 to Los Alamitos on Wednesday. The Chargers beat the Sailors 50-45 on Monday, sweeping the two-game series.
Dayne Chalmers led Newport Harbor with 24 points against the Barons (8-15, 1-6), and Robbie Spooner had 11 points.
The Sailors, No. 12 in CIF Southern Section Division 2A, travel to Marina for a 7 p.m. game on Tuesday.
Fountain Valley hosts Huntington Beach on Friday at 7 p.m.
Ocean View 84, Loara 45: Senior center Mehkel Harvey recorded a triple-double — 22 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocked shots — as the Seahawks improved to 7-0 in the Golden West League on Wednesday.
Seth Mishler made seven three-pointers and finished with 21 points for Ocean View, which is 20-4 overall and ranked No. 5 in CIF Southern Section Division 3AA.
Ocean View can clinch its fourth consecutive league title with a win at home on Friday, when the Seahawks face Westminster at 6:30 p.m.
Laguna Beach 46, Godinez 31: Senior guard Blake Burzell finished with 21 points for the host Breakers, who improved to 7-0 in the Orange Coast League on Wednesday.
Adam Armstrong had 11 points for Laguna Beach (22-3 overall), ranked No. 3 in CIF Southern Section Division 3AA.
The Breakers play at second-place Costa Mesa (12-8, 6-1 in league) on Friday at 7 p.m. The Mustangs are a game back of Laguna Beach.
Costa Mesa 56, Calvary Chapel 13: Junior guard Osman Hefner had 15 points for the Mustangs in the Orange Coast League game on the road Wednesday.
Costa Mesa’s Tre Villalpando contributed 10 points.
Estancia 62, Saddleback 59 (OT): Senior Alex Hendricks led the Eagles with 25 points in Wednesday’s Orange Coast League road game.
Estancia (15-8, 4-3 in league) is in third place in league, a game ahead of defending champion Godinez (12-13, 3-4).
Cameron Jones added 16 points for the Eagles, No. 15 in CIF Southern Section Division 5AAA.
Estancia hosts Calvary Chapel on Friday at 7 p.m.
GIRLS’ WATER POLO
Laguna Beach 22, Costa Mesa 4: Senior Sophia Lucas scored four goals for the Breakers, who clinched at least a share of their 12th straight Orange Coast League title at home on Wednesday.
Alex Peros scored three goals for Laguna Beach (15-1, 3-0 in league), which has not lost a league game since the league was created in 2006-07. The Breakers are moving to the Sunset League next season.
Danielle Borelli, Rachael Carver and Isabel Riches all added two goals for Laguna Beach, which is tied for second in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 and 2 poll.
Sofia Rice scored twice for Costa Mesa (13-14, 2-1), with Harper Yeager and Taiuta Uiagalelei adding one goal each.
Laguna Beach begins play at the Irvine Southern California Championships tournament on Thursday, opening against Lompoc Cabrillo at 6 p.m. at Foothill High.
Newport Harbor 19, Marina 0: Sarah Barker scored four goals for the host Sailors in Wednesday’s Sunset League contest.
Linnea Kelly and Nikki Clark each scored three goals for Newport Harbor (10-7, 3-1 in league), which is tied for second in league with Huntington Beach. Jessica Lynch, Kili Skibby, Annie Rankin and Kaela Whelan all had two goals.
The Sailors, ranked No. 9 in CIF Southern Section Division 1 and 2, play Long Beach Wilson in their Irvine Southern California Championships tournament opener Thursday at 4 p.m. at Corona del Mar High.
Edison 9, Fountain Valley 5: Jenn Murphy scored three goals for the Chargers in Wednesday’s Sunset League game at Newport Harbor High.
Sam Worley and Delaney Lewellyn each added two goals for Edison (5-13, 1-3 in league).
Ally Wilcox scored three goals for Fountain Valley (8-15, 1-3).
Huntington Beach 62, Marina 9: Freshman shooting guard Meghan McIntyre led the host Oilers in their Sunset League game on Wednesday night.
Freshman point guard Alyssa Real added 11 points, including a trio of three-pointers for Huntington Beach (15-8, 5-2 in league). Freshman center Andie Payne also had eight points and nine rebounds.
Vikings coach Kirk Iwami said that junior forward Katie Nguyen missed the game due to an injury. Marina (4-19, 0-7) played the game with seven players.
Huntington Beach travels to Fountain Valley for a 7 p.m. game on Thursday.
Sage Hill 45, Brethren Christian 22: Senior small forward Kenna Knollenberg had 10 points, 13 rebounds, eight assists and six steals to lead the visiting Lightning in Wednesday’s Academy League game.
Sage Hill sophomore guard Joyce Jogwe added 13 points and 10 rebounds, and sophomore point guard Trinity Cha scored 12 points with three steals.
Sage Hill coach Kerwin Walters said that freshman center Emily Elliott, senior shooting guard Kate Knollenberg and junior forward Nadia Akbari missed the game due to the flu.
The Lightning (15-8, 8-2 in league) are back in action on Friday at St. Margaret’s (9-10, 4-5). The game is at 6 p.m.
Brethren Christian fell to 3-16 overall and 0-10 in league.
Fountain Valley 54, Newport Harbor 49: Junior guard Iris Hasegawa had a team-high 17 points for the visiting Barons in Tuesday night’s Sunset League game.
Sophomore guard Tiffany Shimizu had 13 points and eight rebounds to aid Fountain Valley, which improved to 9-15 overall and 2-5 in league.
Junior guard Lexi Alvarez had a game-high 26 points for Newport Harbor (8-13, 2-5 in league).
Three Sailors pulled down double-digit rebounds in the game — sophomore forward Chloe Swanson (16), freshman forward Willa Rath (14) and sophomore forward Ashleigh McPhie (11).
Sage Hill 9, Brethren Christian 0: Taylor Magliarditi, Olivia Lowe and Sofia Lowe each scored twice for the Lightning in Wednesday’s Academy League home game.
Anika Nielsen, Sydney McCord and Lexi Van den Bosch also scored for the Lightning (11-6-1, 6-3-1 in league).
Brethren Christian is 0-13 overall and 0-10 in league.
Sage Hill plays host to rival St. Margaret’s on Friday at 5 p.m.
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