The Dos Pueblos girls soccer team put up a fight on Wednesday afternoon in its CIF-Southern Section Division 3 first-round match at Flintridge-Sacred Heart.
However, an early two-goal deficit was too much for them to overcome in a 5-3 loss to the La Cañada-based Tologs.
After giving up the game’s first two goals, Dos Pueblos (12-6-6) got one back on a Barbara Gonzalez re-direct off a Blythe Hastings free kick.
Natalia Valladares added a goal just befor the half, cutting Flintridge’s lead to 3-2.
Hastings scored the final Chargers goal in the second half.
CATE 7, PILIBOS 0
Tali Nam’s hat trick was more than enough for the Rams (8-2-3) to score a Division 7 first-round victory over the Los Angeles-based Eagles (5-7-1), in a game played at St. Bonaventure High.
Nam scored in the 14th, 50th and 59th minutes for Cate, which also got two goals from Grace Blankenhorn, and one each from Lilly Riehl and Jolea Moes.
Cate moves onto a second-round matchup on Friday at top-seeded Notre Dame-Riverside, which won its first-round match against Hawthorne MSA 4-0.
JURUPA VALLEY 3, LAGUNA BLANCA 0
The Owls’ season came to an end in a Division 6 first-round loss. Laguna Blanca finished its season with a 4-6-3 record.
GIRLS WATER POLO SANTA BARBARA 9, LOS OSOS 5
Jordan Duggan had three goals and two steals to pace the Dons (19-12) in a Division 2 victory over the Rancho Cucamonga-based Grizzlies (13-14).
Juju Martinez do Amaral added four goals in the win, while Elise Power had two goals and three steals. Faith Tedesco made eight saves in the win, adding an assist on offense.
Santa Barbara hosts Harvard-Westlake — a 13-7 first-round winner over El Toro — in the quarterfinals on Saturday at a time to be announced.
CARPINTERIA 11, PIONEER 8
Cassidy Hadjucko had three goals for the Warriors in a Division 7 first-round vicotry over the Whittier-based Titans.
Sadie Mead had two goals and a standout game on defense for Carpinteria (11-5), while coach Sergio Castaneda singled out two-meter player Piper Clayton for her efforts in front of goal.
Carpinteria travels to Palos Verdes on Saturday for the Division 7 quarterfinals, taking on second-seeded Chadwick (10-5), who beat Loara-Anaheim 15-5 on Wednesday.
OXNARD 93, SBCC 76
Zeke McMurtry produced his sixth double-double of the season with 23 points and 10 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough for the Vaqueros, who lost at home.
William Blue led the Condors with a game-high 27 points, which included a 6-for-10 performance from beyond the 3-point line. Kirvaris Myricks also finished 9 of 13 from the field and netted 23 points for Oxnard (5-15, 1-4 Western State Conference North). SBCC fell to 3-19 overall and 0-5 in the WSC).
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SBCC 74, OXNARD 61
The Vaqueros used 20 steals on defense, ad well as Jada Forsdick-Stevenson’s season-high 15 points, in a Western State Confernce North Division win over the Condors.
Meagan Moore added 12 points and seven steals for SBCC (14-8, 2-3), whie Maaria Jaakkola added 12 points and five rebounds.
SBCC hit for a season-high 13 3-pointers, three coming from Forsdick-Stevenson.
SBCC’s Gabe Cloquet shot a 1-over 73 at Candlewood Country Club in Whittier, helping the Vaqueros score a runner-up finish in the 14-team event.
Reedley took top team honors with a 370, 13 ahead of SBCC and Mt. SAC (383), with the Vaqueros winning the sixth-man score tiebreaker.
Theo Andre-Fouet and Felix Dine shot 76s from SBCC, while Preston Gomersall and Trent Caraher carded 79s.
Ben Bernard of Cypress took medalist honors at even-par 72, with Cloquet part of a five-way tie for second.
SBCC 3, FULLERTON 0
Calvin Sanborn racked up 21 kills on a .714 hitting percentage in the Vaqueros’ 28-26, 25-15, 25-17 victory over the Hornets.
Trent Lingruen added 20 kills and 11 digs for SBCC (2-1), while Scott Sanborn had 10 digs on defense, and Aaron Letvin had 36 assists, nine digs and three aces.
AZUSA PACIFIC 7, WESTMONT 0
The Warriors — ranked 17th in the latest NAIA poll — didn’t pick up a match win in a defeat against a former Golden State Athletic Conference opponent, now playing at the NCAA Division III level.
The closest effort came at No. 6 singles, where the Warriors’ Matthew Alleman took the Cougars’ Dillon Barnard to a third-set tiebreak, losing 6-7 (3), 6-2, 10-8.
Joseph Hemry also took his match to three sets at No. 3 singles, losing to Azusa’s Ronald Kang 4-6, 6-2, 6-2.