Here is a look at some of Thursday’s results.
In the Aliso Cup:
No. 1 Aliso Niguel 5, Valencia/Valencia 0: Dominique Bond-Flasza scored twice and added an assist to lead the Wolverines (2-0) to a win over the Vikings at Aliso Niguel. Sarah Roberts added a goal and an assist for Aliso Niguel, which advances to Saturday’s quarterfinal round and will take on Beckman.
Palos Verdes 2, No. 7 Esperanza 0: The Aztecs (1-1) dropped their first match of the season against the Sea Kings at Palos Verdes High.
No. 10 Los Alamitos 3, No. 9 Orange Lutheran 0: Krystal DeRamos, Sarah Sanger, and Raya Young tallied goals, as the Griffins (2-0-1) blanked the Lancers (2-1-1) at Laurel School. Sarah Klinkenberg had nine saves for Orange Lutheran.
Yorba Linda 1, Peninsula 1: Allie Kolb’s second half goal helped the Mustangs (1-0-1) post a road tie at Peninsula. Kristin Kleinow had eight saves, as Yorba Linda advanced to the quarter finals and will take on Los Alamitos.
Beckman 1, Newport Harbor 1: Nikki Martino’s second half goal helped the Patriots (1-0-1) tie the Sailors (1-0-1) at Newport Harbor High.
At the Butch Lee Memorial Tournament:
No. 3 San Clemente 0, Westview 0: The Tritons (0-0-1) opened the season by playing to a scoreless tie at Cathedral Catholic.
No. 6 Corona del Mar 2, La Jolla 1: The Sea Kings (2-0) received goals from Jayden Smith and Miranda Stiver in their victory over the Vikings at Cathedral Catholic High.
No. 8 Mater Dei 4, Bullard 0: Brianna Meyer scored two of the Monarchs’ (3-0) four first half goals in their win over the Knights at Cathedral Catholic. Margaret Schmidt and Maddie Bauer also tallied goals for Mater Dei.
Foothill 4, San Pasqual 2: Two goals from Ashley Peterman spurred the Knights (2-0) to a tournament opening win at Cathedral Catholic. Sarah Hershbian and Hannah Stammer also scored for Foothill.
The Bishop’s 3, Rosary 2: Despite goals from Maddie McDonald and Emilee Monning, the Royals (2-3-1) fell to the Knights at Del Norte High.
At the Sunny Hills Tournament:
Kennedy 3, Arlington 2: Bianca Aguirre, Kenna Johnson, and Brianna Viramontes recorded goals to lead the Fighting Irish (1-2-2) to a road win.
At the Linfield Christian Tournament:
Crean Lutheran 4, Linfield Christian 0: Two goals from Katie Kneefel led the Saints (2-1) to the win at Linfield Christian High. Meghan Shoemaker and Joanne Taylor also produced goals for Crean Lutheran.
Tesoro 4, No. 2 Santa Margarita 2: The Titans (1-1) received goals from Giannina Battaglia, Indigo Gibson, Nicky Baham, and Lucy Almao to defeat the Eagles (0-1) at Tesoro High.
Mission Viejo 2, Trabuco Hills 0: The Diablos (2-0) blanked the Mustangs (0-3) at Trabuco Hills High. Brittany Barron and Natalie Gonzalez scored goals for Mission Viejo.
Laguna Hills 3, Northwood 0: Cassi Connella, Daniela Fillpovic, and Mallory Winston scored goals in the Hawks (1-2) win over the Timberwolves (1-2) at Laguna Hills High.
El Toro 2, Marina 1: Goals by Alexias Stricklin and Sascha Hauser helped the Chargers (1-2) get their first win of the season over the Vikings (0-1-2) at Marina High.
Segerstrom 2, Huntington Beach 1: Melissa Masariaga and Vivian Vega each scored a second half goals to lead the Jaguars (4-0) past the Oilers (2-2-1) at Huntington Beach High.
Saddleback 1, Tustin 0: Maritssa Perez scored the match-deciding goal in the first half, as the Roadrunners (3-1-1) edged the Tillers (0-1) at Tustin High.
Santa Ana 1, Santiago 0: Rosa Soto scored the only match of the goal in the second half, as the Saints (5-2-1) defeated the Cavaliers at Santiago High.
Loara 2, Los Amigos 0: Stephanie Diaz and Josseline Cosio tallied goals, as the Saxons (6-1) shutdown the Lobos (0-1-1) at Loara High.
El Dorado 2, Anaheim 0: Lauren Bethencort scored twice to lead the Golden Hawks (2-2) over the Colonists (0-2) at Anaheim High.
Bolsa Grande 9, Fairmont Prep 0: Abby Cantoran and Angelica Carranza each scored twice, as the Matadors (2-1-1) posted a road win over the Huskies (0-1). Yeleen Alvarado, Ivete Arreola, Jeanette Zambrano, Lizzy Sanchez, and Betty Tamyo also scored for Bolsa Grande.
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