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Ocean View’s girls water polo team played in a second consecutive CIF final Saturday but the Seahawks might be better next season.
Ocean View started only one senior in the Division 7 final against Segerstrom, which claimed the title with a 7-4 victory.
The Seahawks (17-10) started four sophomores, including emerging center
The junior goalie made 10 saves, including one partially off her face, to help Santa Margarita repeat as the CIF Division 2 champion with a 5-4 victory against Mater Dei in the finals. She also made 12 saves in a 9-8 victory in sudden-death overtime against Murrieta Valley in the semifin
1. Laguna Beach 30-1
2. Los Alamitos 22-9
3. Newport Harbor 23-8
4. Foothill 23-6
5. Corona del Mar 24-5
6. Santa Margarita 24-6
7. Mater Dei 26-7
8. Rosary 20-11
9. San Clemente 22-8
10. El Toro 13-18
IRVINE – Laguna Beach’s faithful voiced its confidence in Makenzie Fischer after she scored early in the CIF-SS Division 1 girls water polo final Saturday.
“That’s an Olympian!” the crowd chanted at the William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center.
The junior hasn’t reached that status yet but t
IRVINE – A block off the face of its goalie. A short-lived protest. A challenge down to the final seconds from its rival.
Santa Margarita’s girls water polo team overcame plenty to defend its CIF-SS Division 2 title at a rain-soaked William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center on Saturday.
Santa Margarita goalie Nikki Doum
IRVINE – Segerstrom has been playing water polo for only three years, but the school made more impressive history Saturday at the CIF-SS girls championships.
Goalie Melissa Osorio made 11 saves and Nathania Cuevas and Michelle Gonzalez each scored twice as the top-seeded Jaguars defeated Golden West League riva
IRVINE – The high-arching lob shot from La Serna of Whittier in sudden-death overtime sailed over Troy’s defense, glanced off the goal and moved in a heart-breaking direction for the Warriors.
“Lob! Bar! In!” exclaimed veteran water polo announcer Matt McLaren. “Carissa Perez with the shot of h
IRVINE – No matter what the outcome, history was going to be made in the CIF-SS Division 6 girls water polo title game.
Palm Desert denied Yorba Linda a chance to repeat as champions by defeating the Mustangs, 8-6, Saturday night at William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center.
Megan Siemsen and Brittany Amaya scored
IRVINE Segerstrom has been playing water polo for only three years but the school made more impressive history Saturday at the CIF-SS girls championships.
Senior goalie Melissa Osorio made 11 saves and Nathania Cuevas and Michelle G
Top-seeded Laguna Beach bea Newport Harbor, 10-7, today in the CIF-SS Division 1 championship game at Woollett Aquatics Center in Irvine, giving the Breakers their first Division 1 title.
Junior Makenzie Fischer was the MVP of the game with five goals and five steals for the Breakers.
Newport Harbor senior Cleo Harrington remembers the looks she and fellow goalie Carlee Kapana received as they warmed up together for a water polo match in early January.
Two goalies from a rival team were warming up on opposite ends of the pool and peeked in seeming disbelief at Harrington and Kapana.
All games at Woollett Aquatics Center, Irvine.
NEWPORT HARBOR (23-7) VS. LAGUNA BEACH (29-1), 1p.m.
Outlook: The top-seeded Breakers went 3-0 against the seventh-seeded Sailors in the regular season. The first two matches were competitive with Laguna Bea
IRVINE – Haley Wan's flair for the dramatic in sudden-death overtime lifted Santa Margarita's girls water polo team to another huge victory Wednesday night.
Wan scored on a direct shot from just outside 5 meters with 2:26 left in the first sudden-death overtime period to lift the Eagles past Murrieta Valley, 9-8, in the CIF-
IRVINE – Newport Harbor's girls water polo team extended its playoff run Wednesday night by winning another close game against a higher-seeded team.
And the Sailors sealed it with another defensive stand after their offense nearly let their lead slip away.
Goalie Carlee Kapana reached high to block a redirect in fron
Wednesday's CIF Girls Water Polo ScoresSemifinals
DIVISION 1Laguna Beach 12, Los Alamitos 5Newport Harbor 11, Santa Barbara 10
DIVISION 2Santa Margarita 9, Murrieta Valley 8 (OT-SD)Mater Dei 10, Montebello 7
DIVISION 3Los Osos 8, Arroyo Grande 5M