YORBA LINDA – On Friday afternoon, Yorba Linda coach Kino Oaxaca pulled out the contracts he drew up during preseason camp and showed them to his boys soccer team.
The time had come to pay up. The signatures were all there, sealing the pact that said the Mustangs would take care of rival Esperanza this season.
HUNTINGTON BEACH - Less than 10 minutes into the second half, Los Alamitos boys soccer coach Donovan Martinez could see that the Griffins might be in trouble.
Edison was having little trouble getting behind the Griffins’ back line down the right side and appeared close to breaking the scoreless tie.
“We had to
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He scored the only goal for the Sentinels in their match against Anaheim to give him a county-leading 19 goals this season. He has scored three goals through the Sentinels’ first three Orange League games.
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Tustin’s girls water polo team notched one of its biggest victories of the season Saturday, setting the stage for another intriguing week in the Empire League.
Senior Angela Chacon scored from the perimeter with about 30 seconds left in sudden-death overtime to lift the host Tillers past Santa Ana Valley, 7-6, in the finals
FULLERTON – Guillermo Jimenez is the only goalkeeper the Fullerton boys soccer team carries on its roster, and 10 minutes into Friday’s Freeway League match at Sunny Hills, Jimenez smashed into the post while trying to make a diving save.
He left the game with a knot on the back of his head. So the Indians turned to
Edson Torres could see the shot coming and didn’t have time to think about the pain that might be involved in his plan. The Anaheim junior defender just knew he had to stop the shot.
So he dove and turned the ball away with the side of his face. His actions denied Manuel Acosta a goal – this time.
He finished the week with three goals and two assists to help the Wildcats beat El Modena and Esperanza. He had the game-winner in both matches.
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OMID ZARGHAM TUSTIN SOCCER GPA: 4.4 Zargham is a senior defender for the Tillers and has been in the program for all four years. Zargham scored the winning goal in the Empire League opening 3-2 victory for the Tillers, Jan. 13. He’s enrolled in AP Physics C, AP Microeconomics, AP Am
Foothill’s girls water polo team received a boost at the Santa Barbara Tournament of Champion with the re-emergence of All-County center Cana Manzella.
The UC Irvine-bound senior scored twice from center and matched her season-high with three goals to help the Knights beat Newport Harbor, 6-2, in the semifinals.
Forced to play its leading goal scorer at center back,Servite’s offense wasn’t as productive as usual Friday.
But when a team is knocking them in at the rate the Friars have been, even on an off day the Friars managed their 12th multi-goal performance of the season.
“They are a juggernaut,” Santa Margarita
University boys soccer coach Martin Carrington might have scheduled Thursday’s game for the wrong time.
When the Trojans start at 5 p.m. or later, they are constantly pressing, playing with the passion that put them in first place in the Pacific Coast League. Should the kickoff come right after school, his team looks lazy an
LAKE FOREST – Tyler Butcher had been in this position a little more than two weeks ago, standing in the box to take a penalty kick against Mission Viejo.
So he wasn’t all that nervous, though if he missed, No. 2 El Toro would likely lose its South Coast League match on Wednesday.
Butcher remembered that Diablos