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September 23, 2010


South Coast


NEWPORT BEACH — Newport Harbor High advanced to today's quarterfinals after defeating Buena Park, 21-1, and Esperanza, 16-6, in pool play at Newport Harbor.

The third-seeded Sailors will play sixth-seeded Dos Pueblos in a quarterfinal at 5 p.m., also at Newport Harbor.

Farrel South had six goals against the Aztecs for the Sailors (5-0), with Davy Jorth, Dan Stevens and Ryan Fowler each scoring twice. Chris Whitelegge had 14 saves.


Trevor McGhie led all scorers against Buena Park with five goals.

South Coast


CORONA DEL MAR — Corona del Mar High senior Hayden Leach scored the game-winning goal 19 seconds into sudden-death overtime on Miles Carpenter's assist, as the Sea Kings outlasted Villa Park, 10-9, Thursday night to advance to today's quarterfinals.

Leach also scored the game-tying goal with two seconds left in regulation for CdM (2-2). He had three total goals. Evan Ramsey and Emery Molnar each scored twice and Bruce Bearer had eight saves.

The Sea Kings opened the tournament by beating Edison, 15-5, earlier Thursday behind three goals each from Molnar and Chase Watson.

Fifth-seeded CdM plays fourth-seeded Loyola in a quarterfinal today at 5 p.m. at CdM.

Costa Mesa 13,

Magnolia 6

ANAHEIM — James Lewis scored seven goals in the Mustangs' nonleague match Thursday at Magnolia High.

Jamie Sacco and Kyle Picco each scored twice for Mesa (3-3). Goalie Mitchell Grandia had 12 saves and four assists, sparking the Mesa counterattack.

The Mustangs next play in the Katella-hosted Grafton Weiss Memorial Tournament, beginning at 4 p.m. today with a road match at Cypress.

Estancia 15,

Brea Olinda 8

COSTA MESA — Senior Charlie Umansky scored eight goals to lead the Eagles' comeback win Thursday at Estancia.

Senior goalie Conner Graham had 10 saves for the Eagles (4-0), who were down, 6-4, at halftime.

Estancia plays at the Grafton Weiss Memorial Tournament today.


Newport Harbor 15,

Mater Dei 3

NEWPORT BEACH — Junior Blake Bakkila swept at No. 1 singles, 6-3, 6-2, 6-1, to pace the host Sailors in the nonlegue match Thursday.

Lauren Conway won of her two sets at No. 3 singles, 6-3, 6-2, before being subbed out and the No. 1 doubles tandem of Ricki Archie and Christina Young won 12 of 15 games, before giving way to a sub.

The Tars (5-1), ranked No. 5 in CIF Southern Section Division II, play host to Woodbridge, ranked No. 9 in Division I, on Tuesday.


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