High School Roundup: Edison, Estancia and Los Amigos boys’ water polo teams reach CIF quarterfinals

Edison High's Cameron Davidson (2), pictured breaking for the goal against Los Alamitos on Oct. 17, scored five goals in the Chargers' 12-7 win at Palos Verdes Peninsula in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division 3 playoffs on Thursday.
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Cameron Davidson scored five goals, and the Edison High boys’ water polo team won 12-7 at Palos Verdes Peninsula on Thursday in a CIF Southern Section Division 3 second-round playoff match.

Spencer Powley added two goals for the Chargers (17-13). Luke Burgard, Marko Ilincic, Colin Ryder, Ethan Galaz and Athen Martindale had one goal each.

Caden Martin made 12 saves, including one on a penalty shot, for Edison.

The Chargers host top-seeded Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos (17-13) in a quarterfinal match on Saturday.

Estancia 12, Norco 8: Noah Gniffke scored six goals to lead the Eagles in Thursday’s CIF Southern Section Division 6 second-round playoff match on the road.

Logan Richard had four goals and three assists for the Eagles (17-11), who play at top-seeded Tustin (17-10) in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

Tustin beat Estancia 14-8 in a nonleague match on Oct. 23.

Los Amigos 13, Downey 7: The Lobos moved on after earning the CIF Southern Section Division 6 second-round playoff win Thursday at Garden Grove High.

Los Amigos (18-10) hosts No. 3-seeded Culver City (16-10) in the quarterfinals on Saturday.


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