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

Edison’s Cameron Davidson breaks for the goal against Los Alamitos’s Daniel Mori during a Wave Leagu
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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