High School Roundup: Corona del Mar boys’ soccer stays perfect

Niko Urban, middle, seen celebrating with his Corona del Mar High teammates at Estancia on Dec. 5, has helped the Sea Kings start the season 6-0.
(Don Leach / Staff Photographer)

The Corona del Mar High boys’ soccer team improved to 6-0 on Monday.

Taylor Demarais, Jordan Pratt and Matt Katz each scored a first-half goal, and the Sea Kings rolled to a 5-1 nonleague victory at Trabuco Hills.

Nick Wynn and Jennings Torgelson had goals in the second half for CdM, which allowed its first goal since a 4-3 season-opening win at Long Beach Poly on Nov 28.

The Sea Kings play at Aliso Niguel on Friday at 4:30 p.m.

Laguna Hills 5, Marina 2: Damian Campos and Adam Biggins had a goal for the Vikings (1-4-1) in Monday’s nonleague road match.

Segerstrom 2, Costa Mesa 1: The visiting Mustangs fell to 0-3-1 in their last four nonleague matches on Monday.

La Mirada 2, Ocean View 1: The Seahawks dropped to 0-8 after Monday’s nonleague match.


Edison 1, Diamond Bar 0: Morgan Roberts’ goal lifted the Chargers to the Aliso Cup Governors Cup division title on Monday.

Kelli McKay had the assist for Edison (4-2), which didn’t allow a goal in bracket play.


Corona del Mar 48, El Dorado 42: Jack Stone led the visiting Sea Kings with 14 points in Monday’s Gary Raya SoCal Elite Tournament opener.

Connor Schimmelpfennig had nine points for CdM (5-3), while John Humphreys and Jack Garza added eight points apiece.

The Sea Kings’ next tournament game is against Woodbridge at University High on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.

Edison 62, San Clemente 50: Aiden Garnett finished with 23 points in the Chargers’ first game of the Gary Raya SoCal Elite Tournament at El Dorado High on Monday.

Edison (7-4) plays University in the tournament at Woodbridge High on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.


Fountain Valley 55, San Clemente 47: The Barons improved to 6-4 after starting play in the Lakewood Artesia Tournament on Monday.


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