Mackenzee Blaser and Reese Bodas each scored for the Newport Harbor High girls’ soccer team in Saturday’s 2-0 win over visiting Pacifica in the Best in the West Winter Soccer Classic ABCD division championship match.
It’s the Sailors’ third straight Best in the West tournament title.
Emily Johnson and Sadie Pitchess had assists for Newport Harbor (7-0-3), which also beat University 0-0 (4-2 on penalty kicks) in the division semifinal. Bodas, Jenna McConnaughey, Blaser and Johnson scored penalty kicks, while goalkeeper Sammy Nowak made two saves.
The Sailors host Edison on Tuesday at 5 p.m. in a Sunset Conference crossover match.
Corona del Mar 3, Apple Valley 0: Megan Chelf had two goals and an assist for CdM in the Best in the West Winter Soccer Classic IJKL division championship match Saturday at Westminster High.
Emily Mickelsen also had a goal and an assist for CdM (8-0-2), while Sara Neiger added an assist. The Sea Kings beat Portola 2-0 in a semifinal earlier Saturday, with Chelf scoring both goals on two assists from Mia Ferrentino.
Chelf has 16 goals in 10 matches this season.
The Sea Kings host Laguna Beach in a Sunset Conference crossover match Tuesday at 3 p.m.
Villa Park 4, Huntington Beach 0: The Oilers lost in the Mater Dei tournament title match Saturday.
Huntington Beach is 4-3-2 this season.
Tesoro 59, Corona del Mar 52: Jake Hamilton finished with 16 points and four three-pointers for the Sea Kings in the Gary Raya SoCal Elite Tournament championship game at Woodbridge High on Saturday.
Jack Stone and Jack Garza had 14 points apiece for the Sea Kings (8-3).
CdM plays at Huntington Beach in a Sunset Conference crossover game on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Edison 62, JSerra 57: Connor Collins’ 19 points helped the Chargers place third in the Gary Raya SoCal Elite Tournament at Woodbridge High on Saturday.
Kaden Headington contributed 17 points for Edison, while Aiden Garnett added 15 points.
The Chargers (9-5) host Laguna Beach in Wednesday’s Sunset Conference crossover game at 7 p.m.
Marina 60, West Covina South Hills 43: Jakob Alamudun led the Vikings with 25 points in Saturday’s nonleague road game.
Marina (8-8) hosts Los Alamitos in a Sunset Conference crossover game on Monday at 7 p.m.
San Bernardino Cajon 52, Laguna Beach 51 (OT): Nolan Naess scored 32 points in the Breakers’ game at the Capistrano Valley Christian Eagle Classic on Saturday.
Laguna Beach fell to 4-8.
Ocean View 67, Loara 51: The Seahawks improved to 7-6 after Saturday’s game at the Loara Tournament.
Portola 62, Fountain Valley 53: The Barons dropped to 6-7 after Saturday’s Capistrano Valley Christian Eagle Classic game.
GIRLS’ WATER POLO
Huntington Beach 13, El Toro 6: Senior Courtney Heydorff scored five goals for the Oilers in Saturday’s nonleague match at Newport Harbor High.
Freshman Shanna Davidson added four goals for Huntington Beach (5-2).
Newport Harbor 6, Harvard-Westlake 3: Freshman Taylor Smith had two goals and three steals for the Sailors in Saturday’s nonleague match at home.
The Sailors’ other three freshmen on varsity — Alex Love, Lily Gess and Morgan Netherton — all scored one goal, as did sophomore Olivia Giolas.
Erin Ross made eight saves for Newport Harbor (4-1).
Mater Dei 1, Corona del Mar 0: The Sea Kings suffered their second straight loss in Saturday’s nonleague road match.
CdM (6-2) plays at Huntington Beach on Wednesday at 5 p.m. in a Sunset Conference crossover match.
Edison 0, El Rancho Pico Rivera 0: The Chargers are now 3-2-4 after Saturday’s match in the Adidas West Coast Showcase at Bell Gardens High.
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