JSerra boys soccer routs Mater Dei to grab share of Trinity League title


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SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — When the JSerra boys soccer team hit a rough patch during the middle of league play, they had to make a decision, Lions coach Erik Kirsch said.

JSerra could have easily given up on the season at that point, or it could rely on the team’s senior leadership to get back in the win column, the coach said.

The Lions chose the latter and put an exclamation point on their season with a 5-0 Trinity League victory over Mater Dei on Wednesday at JSerra High School. Senior captains Max Carvalho and Carson Kendall led the Lions with two goals each.

With the victory, the Lions (12-3-1, 6-3-1) earned a share of first place alongside the Monarchs (15-4-1, 6-3-1), who were looking to win the league title outright.

“We had two games (against) Santa Margarita and Mater Dei where they took it to us,” Kirsch said. “The team turned around at that point and had to choose between sticking together and fighting through it and getting to the next level, or just leaving the season and hanging up the boots.”

The league title is the first for Kirsch in his five years guiding the Lions.

JSerra had come close to scoring on several occasions in the opening minutes Wednesday and finally broke through in the 22nd minute, with Sean Metague throwing in to Carvalho, who dribbled past a defender and then scored from a wide angle to give the Lions the lead.

The Lions’ second goal came in the 34th minute and was also off of a throw in. This time it was Nicolai Dejbakhish throwing in to Creighton Braun, who scored to make it 2-0.

The Lions made it 3-0 before halftime on Kendall’s perfectly hit chip shot over the keeper and into the net.

Kendall added his second goal midway through the second half and Carvalho got his second off a free kick.

Mater Dei defeated the Lions in their first league meeting on Jan. 22. The Lions then lost to Santa Margarita before finishing the regular season with three victories and a tie.

“You could feel their energy the entire game,” Mater Dei coach Sean Ganey said. “The first time we played them it was 4-0 and they came for vengeance for sure. We came into the game knowing we were guaranteed a piece of the league championship. We weren’t going to take chancres with yellow cards or anything like that. We made sure we kept our lineup intact for next week.”

The CIF-SS playoff pairings will be released Saturday morning.

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CIF-SS boys soccer polls, Jan. 21


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The CIF-SS boys soccer polls were released Tuesday, Jan. 21.

BOYS SOCCER

(Selected by the CIF-SS Boys Soccer Advisory Committee)

DIVISION 1

1. San Clemente

2. Cathedral

3. Loyola

4. Palos Verdes

5. Mater Dei

6. Santa Barbara

7. Santa Ana

8. Paramount

9. Millikan

10T. JSerra

10T. Godinez

DIVISION 2

1. Simi Valley

2. Dos Pueblos

3. Channel Islands

4. St. John Bosco

5. Alrington

6. Santiago/GG

7. Fullerton

8. Brea Olinda

9. Sunny Hills

10T. La Habra

10T. Long Beach Poly

DIVISION 3

1. Tustin

2. Redlands East Valley

3. Norwalk

4. Hart

5. Peninsula

6. Chaffey

7. Oxnard

8. Bell Gardens

9. Valley View

10. Damien

DIVISION 4

1. Hesperia

2. Schurr

3. Canyon/Anaheim

4. Sierra Vista

5. Desert Mirage

6. Bellflower

7. La Mirada

8. Cajon

9. Culver City

10T. Kennedy

10T. Pasadena

DIVISION 5

1. Granite Hills

2. Nogales

3. Coachella Valley

4. Baldwin Park

5. Oak Hills

6. Ayala

7. Rancho Cucamonga

8. La Canada

9. Eisenhower

10T. Chapparal

10T. Anino Leadership

DIVISION 6

1. Brentwood

2. Silverado

3. Ganesha

4. Dunn

5. Pomona

6. Temple City

7. Crossroads

8. Aquinas

9. St. Genevieve

10. Indio

DIVISION 7

1. Linfield Christian

2. Calif. Military Academy

3. Northview

4. Foothill Tech

5. Paraclete

6. Woodcrest Christian

7. St. Anthony

8. St. Bonaventure

9. Lennox

10. Rowland

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CIF-SS boys soccer playoffs: Wednesday’s scores, Saturday’s semifinals schedule

Scores from Wednesday’s CIF-SS boys soccer quarterfinals and the schedule for Saturday’s semifinals.

BOYS SOCCER

DIVISION 1

Edison 2, Loyola 1 (OT)

San Clemente 3, Santa Ana 0

Mater Dei 2, Long Beach Wilson 1 (OT)

Cathedral 1, Mission Viejo 1 (Cathedral wins on PKs 4-2)

Semifinals, Saturday, Feb. 16

Edison at San Clemente

Mater Dei at Cathedral

DIVISION 2

Quarterfinals, Wednesday

Arlington 1, San Marcos 0 (OT)

Godinez 2, Lynwood 1

Riverside Poly 2, Newbury Park 2 (Poly wins on PKs 3-0)

Long Beach Cabrillo 4, Fountain Valley 1

Semifinals, Saturday, Feb. 16

Arlington at Godinez

Long Beach Cabrillo at Riverside Poly

DIVISION 3

Quarterfinals, Wednesday

West Torrance 1, Salesian 0

La Habra 4, Dos Pueblos 0

Alta Loma 1, Simi Valley 0

El Segundo 6, Chaffey 2

Semifinals, Saturday, Feb. 16

West Torrance at La Habra

El Segundo at Alta Loma

DIVISION 4

Quarterfinals, Wednesday

Troy 1, Damien 0

Valley View 3, Montclair 0

Rialto 4, Eastside 2

Tustin 2, Colton 1

Semifinals, Saturday, Feb. 16

Troy at Valley View

Tustin at Rialto

DIVISION 5

Quarterfinals, Wednesday

Desert Hot Springs 3, Hesperia 0

Sierra Vista 4, Baldwin Park 0

Nogales 1, Arroyo 0

St. Margaret’s 2, Summit 0

Semifinals, Saturday, Feb. 16

Desert Hot Springs at Sierra Vista

St. Margaret’s at Nogales

DIVISION 6

Quarterfinals, Wednesday

Hacienda Heights Wilson 2, Campbell Hall 1

La Puente 2, Santa Clara 1

Pasadena Marshall 3, Nuview Bridge 2 (OT)

Rancho Mirage 4, Pacific 0

Semifinals, Saturday, Feb. 16

Hacienda Heights Wilson at La Puente

Rancho Mirage at Pasadena Marshall

DIVISION 7

Quarterfinals, Wednesday

San Dimas 1, de Toledo 0

Bishop Diego 4, Vasquez 2

Thacher 2, Woodcrest Christian 1

Linfield Christian 2, Cobalt 1

Semifinals, Saturday, Feb. 16

San Dimas at Bishop Diego

Thacher at Linfield Christian

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Orange County boys soccer coach of the year: University’s Martin Wallwork

  • The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Coach Martin Wallwork-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia.

    The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Coach Martin Wallwork-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia.

  • Martin Wallwork of University is the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer coach of the year. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Martin Wallwork of University is the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer coach of the year. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Zach Howard-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Zach Howard-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Garrett Garcia of Valencia is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Garrett Garcia of Valencia is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Rene Martinez of La Habra is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Rene Martinez of La Habra is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Zach Howard of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Zach Howard of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Nick Cirrito of Mater Dei is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Nick Cirrito of Mater Dei is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Sebastian Hertel of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team and the player of the year. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Sebastian Hertel of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team and the player of the year. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Zach Howard-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Zach Howard-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Amaury Maldonado of Sunny Hills is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Amaury Maldonado of Sunny Hills is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Sebastian Hertel of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team and player of the year. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Sebastian Hertel of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team and player of the year. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Pedro Palmaka of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Pedro Palmaka of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Quinn Mathews of Aliso Niguel is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Quinn Mathews of Aliso Niguel is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Isaias Sanchez of Aliso Niguel is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Isaias Sanchez of Aliso Niguel is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Jaden Slusiewicz of Aliso Niguel is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Jaden Slusiewicz of Aliso Niguel is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Jimmy Choi of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Jimmy Choi of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

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Four years ago, University boys soccer coach Martin Wallwork made a promise to the Trojans’ parents and players: If they were patient and gave him a chance, he would develop a winning culture in the program.

Wallwork was true to his word.

The Trojans made an unprecedented run through the postseason this year. With a 2-0 victory against Villa Park in the CIF-Southern Section Division 3 title match, the Trojans earned the first boys soccer title in school history.

“I told them that I would deliver a championship, and I am glad they did win it because they deserved it,” Wallwork said. “Even last year, I thought we were the best team out there, but they took the hurt of losing on a golden goal in the quarterfinals and ran with it (this season).”

The Trojans finished the season ranked 42nd in the nation and 13th in the state by MaxPreps.com.

University was one of the most balanced teams around. The Trojans had a high-powered offense – with scoring threats all over the field they averaged 2.7 goals per game – and a shut-down defense that recorded 18 shutouts.

The Trojans conceded only 10 goals all season.

“Defensively we were solid as a unit,” Wallwork said. “But with Pedro (Palmaka) and Sebastian (Hertel) up top and Lee (McEligot) on the right, we defended from the front and didn’t leave many spaces.

“Everybody dug in and was prepared to do the dirty work. It wasn’t about the goals that we were scoring. It takes a team to have that kind of defensive record.”

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2017-18 All-County boys soccer teams

The Orange County Register's All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Zach Howard-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia.(Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)
The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Zach Howard-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia.<br />(Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

 

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Orange County boys soccer athlete of the year: University’s Sebastian Hertel

  • Sebastian Hertel of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team and the player of the year. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Sebastian Hertel of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team and the player of the year. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Coach Martin Wallwork-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia.

    The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Coach Martin Wallwork-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia.

  • Martin Wallwork of University is the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer coach of the year. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Martin Wallwork of University is the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer coach of the year. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Zach Howard-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Zach Howard-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Garrett Garcia of Valencia is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Garrett Garcia of Valencia is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Rene Martinez of La Habra is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Rene Martinez of La Habra is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Zach Howard of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Zach Howard of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Sebastian Hertel of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team and player of the year. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Sebastian Hertel of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team and player of the year. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Pedro Palmaka of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Pedro Palmaka of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Amaury Maldonado of Sunny Hills is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Amaury Maldonado of Sunny Hills is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Jimmy Choi of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Jimmy Choi of University is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Zach Howard-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    The Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team, L-R bottom; Sebastian Hertel-University, Isaias Sanchez-Aliso Niguel, Jimmy Choi-University, Jaden Slusiewicz-Aliso Niguel, Amaury Maldonado-Sunny Hills, TOP; Quinn Mathews-Aliso Niguel, Nick Cirrito-Mater Dei, Zach Howard-University, Pedro Palmaka-University, Rene Martinez-La Habra and Garrett Garcia-Valencia. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Quinn Mathews of Aliso Niguel is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Quinn Mathews of Aliso Niguel is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Jaden Slusiewicz of Aliso Niguel is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Jaden Slusiewicz of Aliso Niguel is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Isaias Sanchez of Aliso Niguel is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Isaias Sanchez of Aliso Niguel is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Nick Cirrito of Mater Dei is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

    Nick Cirrito of Mater Dei is part of the Orange County Register’s All-County boys soccer team. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

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University junior forward Sebastian Hertel was already battered and bruised when his leg smashed into the foot of a La Habra defender during a game in the CIF Southern California Regional championships.

Hertel’s ankle quickly swelled and it was clear that he was in pain, but he refused to leave the game.

He wound up playing almost every minute of the game, which went to overtime, and he singlehandedly led the Trojans to a 2-1 victory, scoring one goal and assisting on the game winner.

For efforts like that one throughout the 2017-18 season, Hertel has been selected by the Register as the Orange County boys soccer player of the year.

Hertel was also the Pacific Coast League offensive MVP and the CIF-SS Division 3 player of the year for his role in leading the Trojans to the CIF-Southern Section Division 3 title, the first in the school’s history.

“He does it all,” University coach Martin Wallwork said. “He is the CIF player of the year for a reason. He is the man. He was the center of everything for us.”

“We had talent all over the field, but you still need people to pick you up when it is not going as you expect and add that X factor. He is that X factor.”

Wallwork moved Hertel out left this season to give him more space to work with, and that combined with his speed and newfound strength transformed the way the Trojans played. Hertel led the team with 37 points with a team-high 15 goals and seven assists. He had five multiple-goal games this season.

“I do like to score goals,” Hertel said. “But as a winger, it (providing assists) is what I am supposed to do, getting to the line and crossing it in. It felt good to get both goals and assists.”

There was one goal, he said, from this season that he will always remember. It came in the team’s second game against league rival Corona del Mar. He got a through ball down the line, cut around one defender and fired a shot to the back post for the winner in a 2-0 victory. That win helped the Trojans clinch the Pacific Coast League championship and the No. 1 seed in the CIF-SS Division 3 bracket.

Wallwork called it one of the most important goals in the history of the program because “that is when the belief started that this is for real.”

During the postseason, Hertel scored three goals and added eight assists.

“This is bigger than anything in club soccer because it is for the school,” he said. “It is an awesome feeling. This was huge for us. We got to hang the first (boys soccer) banner in the gym, which will be there forever. It is a big deal.”

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OCVarsity Photos: Friday’s CIF-SS championship games for basketball, soccer

See all of the Register’s photos from the CIF-Southern Section championship games Friday in boys and girls basketball and boys and girls soccer.

Among the highlights are Mater Dei’s boys basketball team surviving a wild finish to win the Open Division championship and Aliso Niguel’s boys soccer team beating Sunny Hills for its first section title.

  • Aliso Niguel’s Caleb Peterson celebrates a Sunny Hills own goal on goalie Richard Orihuela in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Aliso Niguel’s Caleb Peterson celebrates a Sunny Hills own goal on goalie Richard Orihuela in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Aliso Niguel players celebrate with their championship placque in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Aliso Niguel players celebrate with their championship placque in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Mater Dei players watch the action in the final seconds of the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship gam against Sierra Canyon in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Mater Dei players watch the action in the final seconds of the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship gam against Sierra Canyon in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Mater Dei basketball team celebrate with the CIF-SS Open Division basketball championship plaque in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    The Mater Dei basketball team celebrate with the CIF-SS Open Division basketball championship plaque in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Mater Dei forward Harrison Butler, left, gets around Sierra Canyon guard Duane Washington Jr. as he moves to the basket in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Mater Dei forward Harrison Butler, left, gets around Sierra Canyon guard Duane Washington Jr. as he moves to the basket in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Mater Dei players cheer their team during the fourth period of the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Mater Dei players cheer their team during the fourth period of the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Mater Dei coach Gary McKnight holds up the CIF-SS Open Division basketball championship plaque in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Mater Dei coach Gary McKnight holds up the CIF-SS Open Division basketball championship plaque in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Westminster’s Zoe Sarun leaves the field as South Pasadena celebrate their CIF win in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. South Pasadena won 1-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Westminster’s Zoe Sarun leaves the field as South Pasadena celebrate their CIF win in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. South Pasadena won 1-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Aliso Niguel coach Randy Dodge gets a congratulatory hug from player Matt Gutierrez after their win in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Aliso Niguel coach Randy Dodge gets a congratulatory hug from player Matt Gutierrez after their win in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Mater Dei forward Harrison Butler, center, gets in front of Sierra Canyon guard Cassius Stanley, right, to grab the rebound in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Mater Dei forward Harrison Butler, center, gets in front of Sierra Canyon guard Cassius Stanley, right, to grab the rebound in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Aliso Niguel celebrates their championship victory in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Aliso Niguel celebrates their championship victory in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Sunny Hills’ Amaury Maldonado, right, tries to keep Aliso Niguel’s Isaias Sanchez at bay in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Sunny Hills’ Amaury Maldonado, right, tries to keep Aliso Niguel’s Isaias Sanchez at bay in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Mater Dei guard Spencer Freedman, second from left, celebrates with his teammates after their victory over Sierra Canyon in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Mater Dei guard Spencer Freedman, second from left, celebrates with his teammates after their victory over Sierra Canyon in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Westminster goalie Zaydee Solis dives to make a save against South Pasadena in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Westminster goalie Zaydee Solis dives to make a save against South Pasadena in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Aliso Niguel goalie Cesar Romero watches as teammate Quinn Mathews clears the ball from in front of their goal ahead of Sunny Hills’ Amaury Maldonado in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Aliso Niguel goalie Cesar Romero watches as teammate Quinn Mathews clears the ball from in front of their goal ahead of Sunny Hills’ Amaury Maldonado in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • South Pasadena’s Lorraine Tilley, left, and Westminster’s Michelle Campos attack a loose ball in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    South Pasadena’s Lorraine Tilley, left, and Westminster’s Michelle Campos attack a loose ball in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Sierra Canyon players react after their loss to Mater Dei in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Sierra Canyon players react after their loss to Mater Dei in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Mater Dei basketball team celebrate their victory over Sierra Canyon in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    The Mater Dei basketball team celebrate their victory over Sierra Canyon in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Westminster’s Sarah Ralston, right, keeps the ball from South Pasadena’s Emily Dunn in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Westminster’s Sarah Ralston, right, keeps the ball from South Pasadena’s Emily Dunn in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Mater Dei guard Aidan Prukop, center, hangs onto the rebound as Sierra Canyon guard Scotty Pippen Jr., right, reaches in last ditch effort to pull the ball away in the last play of the game of the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Mater Dei guard Aidan Prukop, center, hangs onto the rebound as Sierra Canyon guard Scotty Pippen Jr., right, reaches in last ditch effort to pull the ball away in the last play of the game of the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Mater Dei guard Spencer Freedman, left, gives hug to Sierra Canyon guard Duane Washington Jr. after Mater Dei defeated Sierra Canyon in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Mater Dei guard Spencer Freedman, left, gives hug to Sierra Canyon guard Duane Washington Jr. after Mater Dei defeated Sierra Canyon in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Aliso Niguel’s Jaden Slusiewicz celebrates as the game comes to an end in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Aliso Niguel’s Jaden Slusiewicz celebrates as the game comes to an end in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Aliso Niguel players celebrate with their championship placque in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Aliso Niguel players celebrate with their championship placque in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Mater Dei forward Reagan Lundeen, left, and guard Aidan Prukop tie up Sierra Canyon guard Scotty Pippen Jr. as he tries to put up a shot in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Mater Dei forward Reagan Lundeen, left, and guard Aidan Prukop tie up Sierra Canyon guard Scotty Pippen Jr. as he tries to put up a shot in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Westminster with their runner-up plaque in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. South Pasadena won 1-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Westminster with their runner-up plaque in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. South Pasadena won 1-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Sierra Canyon guard Scotty Pippen Jr., left, is pushed out of bounds by Mater Dei guard Devin Askew in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Sierra Canyon guard Scotty Pippen Jr., left, is pushed out of bounds by Mater Dei guard Devin Askew in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • South Pasadena’s Harper Fox, left, and Westminster’s Stephanie Gomez converge on the ball in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    South Pasadena’s Harper Fox, left, and Westminster’s Stephanie Gomez converge on the ball in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Sierra Canyon guard Duane Washington Jr., left, and Mater Dei forward Wilhelm Breidenbach, right, fall to the floor as they go after a loose ball in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Sierra Canyon guard Duane Washington Jr., left, and Mater Dei forward Wilhelm Breidenbach, right, fall to the floor as they go after a loose ball in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • South Pasadena’s Uma Hornish turns to control the ball against Westminster in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    South Pasadena’s Uma Hornish turns to control the ball against Westminster in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Sunny Hills’ Jose Amaya steals the ball from Aliso Niguel’s Jaden Slusiewicz in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Sunny Hills’ Jose Amaya steals the ball from Aliso Niguel’s Jaden Slusiewicz in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Sunny Hills’ Christian De Guzman, right, and Aliso Niguel’s Alex Avila collide on a header in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Sunny Hills’ Christian De Guzman, right, and Aliso Niguel’s Alex Avila collide on a header in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • South Pasadena’s Lorraine Tilley tries to keep the ball away from Westminster defender Sarah Ralston in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    South Pasadena’s Lorraine Tilley tries to keep the ball away from Westminster defender Sarah Ralston in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Mater Dei forward Reagan Lundeen, center, looks to pass the ball under the basket as he runs into traffic in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

    Mater Dei forward Reagan Lundeen, center, looks to pass the ball under the basket as he runs into traffic in the CIF-SS Open Division boys basketball championship in Long Beach on Friday, March 2, 2018. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • South Pasadena’s Corey Segal turns to celebrate her firts half goal against Westminster in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    South Pasadena’s Corey Segal turns to celebrate her firts half goal against Westminster in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 5 girls soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Aliso Niguel’s Caleb Peterson, right, turns to celebrate his 2nd half goal with Jaden Slusiewicz (10) in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Aliso Niguel’s Caleb Peterson, right, turns to celebrate his 2nd half goal with Jaden Slusiewicz (10) in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. Aliso Niguel won 3-0. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Sunny Hills’ Christian De Guzman moves ball around Aliso Niguel defender in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Sunny Hills’ Christian De Guzman moves ball around Aliso Niguel defender in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Aliso Niguel’s Matt Gutierrez, left, and Sunny Hills’ Ricardo Sanchez battle for possession at midfield in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Aliso Niguel’s Matt Gutierrez, left, and Sunny Hills’ Ricardo Sanchez battle for possession at midfield in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Sunny Hills’ Christian De Guzman earned a yellow card for a hard hit on Aliso Niguel goalie Cesar Romero in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Sunny Hills’ Christian De Guzman earned a yellow card for a hard hit on Aliso Niguel goalie Cesar Romero in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Aliso Niguel’s Anirudh Divecha heads the ball in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Aliso Niguel’s Anirudh Divecha heads the ball in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

  • Sunny Hills’ Ricardo Sanchez, left and Aliso Niguel’s Keegan Flynn battle for a loose ball in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

    Sunny Hills’ Ricardo Sanchez, left and Aliso Niguel’s Keegan Flynn battle for a loose ball in Downey on Friday, March 2, 2018. CIF-SS Division 2 boys soccer championship game. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributor)

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CIF-SS boys soccer playoffs: Friday’s scores and updated schedule

The scores from Friday’s games in the CIF-SS boys soccer playoffs and the updated schedule for Wednesday’s second-round games.

BOYS SOCCER

DIVISION 1
First round, Friday
Warren 1, Harvard-Westlake 0
San Clemente 4, Century 2
Palos Verdes 1, Edison 0
Cathedral 6, Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks 0
Paramount 1, El Dorado 0
Redlands East Valley 2, El Rancho 0
Santa Ana 3, Corona del Mar 1
Downey 1, Fountain Valley 0
Mission Viejo 2, Mater Dei 1
Capistrano Valley 2, Godinez 1
Katella 1, Santa Margarita 0
Peninsula 1, Crespi 0

Second round, Wednesday
Warren at Servite
San Clemente at Palos Verdes
Cathedral at Paramount
Redlands East Valley at Millikan
Santa Ana at Loyola
Downey at Mission Viejo
Katella at Capistrano Valley
Peninsula at Santa Barbara

DIVISION 2
First round, Friday
Valencia/Placentia 1, Redondo 0
South Torrance 1, Royal 0
Bell Gardens 3, Lakewood 2
Riverside Poly 4, King 2
Mira Costa 3, Moorpark 0
Santiago/Garden Grove 2, Corona 1
Hueneme 4, Santa Maria 2
Sunny Hills 5, St. Francis 1
Norte Vista 1, Long Beach Wilson 1 (Norte Vista wins on PKs, 4-3)
Anaheim 4, Trabuco Hills 2
San Marcos 3, West Torrance 2
Montebello 6, Newport Harbor 2
Centennial/Corona 1, Long Beach Cabrillo 0 (OT)
Aliso Niguel 4, Burbank Burroughs 0
Camarillo 3, Salesian 2
Arlington 2, Foothill 1

Second round, Wednesday
South Torrance at Valencia/Placentia
Bell Gardens at Riverside Poly
Santiago/Garden Grove at Mira Costa
Hueneme at Sunny Hills
Anaheim at Norte Vista
Montebello at San Marcos
Centennial/Corona at Aliso Niguel
Camarillo at Arlington

DIVISION 3
First round, Friday
University 2, Long Beach Poly 0
Saddleback 3, Schurr 1
Artesia 2, Rio Mesa 1
Quartz Hill 3, Pioneer Valley 1
Loara 1, Chaffey 0
La Habra 2, Brea Olinda 1 (OT)
Valley View 2, Fontana 0
Newbury Park 5, Paso Robles 0
Estancia 4, Dana Hills 1
La Quinta 3, Bloomington 1
Carter 4, Yorba Linda 0
Thousand Oaks 1, Arroyo Grande 1 (Thousand Oaks wins on PKs, 3-2)
Upland 2, Bishop Montgomery 1
Villa Park 1, Segerstrom 0
California 2, Claremont 0
Crescenta Valley 3, Ventura 1

Second round, Wednesday
University at Saddleback
Quartz Hill at Artesia
Loara at La Habra
Newbury Park at Valley View
Estancia at La Quinta
Carter at Thousand Oaks
Upland at Villa Park
Crescenta Valley at California

DIVISION 4
First round, Friday
Desert Mirage 2, Cathedral City 0
Santa Monica 3, Santa Ynez 1
La Serna 1, Norwalk 0
Glendora 3, Colony 0
Citrus Hill 5, Temecula Valley 0
Oxnard 3, Costa Mesa 2 (OT)
Rialto 1, Ramona 0
Redlands 6, Palm Springs 2
Indian Springs 2, Knight 1
Lompoc 1, Leuzinger 0
Palm Desert 4, Woodbridge 1
Temescal Canyon 2, Damien 0
La Mirada 7, Palmdale 0
Chino 3, Alta Loma 0
Hart 4, Righetti 1
Garden Grove 3, Pasadena 1

Second round, Wednesday
Desert Mirage at Santa Monica
Glendora at La Serna
Citrus Hill at Oxnard
Redlands at Rialto
Lompoc at Indian Springs
Temescal Canyon at Palm Desert
Chino at La Mirada
Hart at Garden Grove

DIVISION 5
First round, Friday
Rancho Cucamonga 1, Garey 0
Kennedy/La Palma 3, Firebaugh 0
Monrovia 1, Mountain View 0
Oak Hills 2, San Jacinto 0
Vista Murrieta 1, Nogales 1 (Vista Murrieta wins on PKs, 6-5)
El Segundo 3, Pacifica/Garden Grove 1
Eastside 2, Canyon/Canyon Country 1 (OT)
Baldwin Park 3, Apple Valley 2
Santa Paula 1, Arcadia 0 (OT)
Dunn 2, West Ranch 0
Beaumont 1, Great Oak 0
Sierra Vista 5, Desert Hot Springs 0
El Monte 2, La Canada 1
Animo Leadership 2, Crossroads 1
Hesperia 2, Paloma Valley 0
Diamond Ranch 2, Hillcrest 1

Second round, Wednesday
Kennedy/La Palma at Rancho Cucamonga
Monrovia at Oak Hills
El Segundo at Vista Murrieta
Baldwin Park at Eastside
Santa Paula at Dunn
Sierra Vista at Beaumont
Animo Leadership at El Monte
Diamond Ranch at Hesperia

DIVISION 6
First round, Friday
Granite Hills 2, West Covina 0
Pomona 0, Nuview Bridge 0 (Pomona wins on PKs, 5-4)
Maranatha 1, Azusa 1 (Maranatha wins on PKs, 4-2)
Campbell Hall 6, CAMS 0
Carpinteria 3, Chadwick 1
St. Margaret’s 1, St. Anthony 1 (St. Margaret’s wins on PKs, 5-3)
Malibu 2, La Salle 1
University Prep 2, Pacific 1 (OT)
Santa Clara 3, Sage Hill 2 (OT)
Laguna Blanca 3, Lennox Academy 0
Webb 2, Ontario Christian 0
Wilson/Hacienda Heights 4, Mary Star 0
South Pasadena 2, Crean Lutheran 1
Riverside Prep 2, Adelanto 0
Rubidoux 1, Mammoth 0
Ganesha 3, Brentwood 2

Second round, Wednesday
Granite Hills at Pomona
Maranatha at Campbell Hall
Carpinteria at St. Margaret’s
University Prep at Malibu
Santa Clara at Laguna Blanca
Wilson/Hacienda Heights at Webb
Riverside Prep at South Pasadena
Rubidoux at Ganesha

DIVISION 7
First round, Friday
Aquinas 5, Big Bear 1
Verbum Dei 2, Canoga Park AGBU 0
Mojave 2, Anza Hamilton 0
Palmdale Aerospace 1, St. Bonaventure 0
Foothill Tech 6, Southlands Christian 0
Orange Vista 9, Oxford Academy 1
Da Vinci 9, Lighthouse Christian 0
Buckley 7, Academy for Academic Excellence 1
Academy for Careers and Exploration 8, Upland Christian 2
California Military 1, San Jacinto Valley Academy 0
St. Pius X-St. Matthias 12, Pilgrim 1
Samueli 8, Capistrano Valley Christian 0
Providence/Burbank 5, La Sierra Academy 0
Environmental Charter 4, Milken 0
Temecula Prep 2, Desert Christian/Bermuda Dunes 0
Vasquez 3, Whittier Christian 1

Second round, Wednesday
Verbum Dei at Aquinas
Palmdale Aerospace at Mojave
Orange Vista at Foothill Tech
Buckley at Da Vinci
California Military at Academy for Careers and Exploration
Samueli at St. Pius X-St. Matthias
Providence/Burbank at Environmental Charter
Vasquez at Temecula Prep

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