High School Roundup: Fountain Valley boys' soccer records second straight shutout

High School Roundup: Fountain Valley boys' soccer records second straight shutout
Fountain Valley High's Callan Mann, pictured on the right in a match against Newport Harbor on Jan. 10, helped the Barons blank Orange Lutheran 5-0 on Monday. (Kevin Chang / Staff Photographer)

Andrew Nguyen scored two goals, and the Fountain Valley High boys’ soccer team earned its second straight shutout with a 5-0 win at home against Orange Lutheran on Monday.

Goalkeepers David Barber and Dylan Sprangel combined on the shutout. Callan Mann anchored the back line for the Barons (5-1).


Fountain Valley travels to Newport Harbor on Wednesday for a Sunset Conference crossover match at 5 p.m.

Laguna Beach 0, Trabuco Hills 0: The visiting Breakers are 2-1-3 after Monday’s nonleague match.


Laguna Beach plays a Sunset Conference crossover match at Edison on Wednesday at 5 p.m.


Marina 75, Los Alamitos 57: Jakob Alamudun finished with 30 points in the Vikings’ Sunset Conference crossover game at home on Monday.

Dean Keeler had 15 points for Marina (9-8).

The Vikings host Newport Harbor on Friday at 7 p.m.

Adelanto 76, Costa Mesa 63: Osman Henfer had 24 points for the Mustangs in a nonleague road game Monday.

Tre Villalpando contributed 18 points for Costa Mesa (6-6), which plays at El Dorado on Friday at 6:30 p.m. George Williamson added nine points.


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