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Prep Roundup

February 07, 1990

In other Empire League girls' soccer:

El Dorado 4, Katella 0--Lisa Darden had two goals and Theresa Corte and Tanya Villavicencio each had one for host El Dorado (10-3-5, 4-1-4). Brenda Lynch had two saves for El Dorado.

In Century League girls' soccer:

Canyon 2, Villa Park 0--Kim Campbell and Erica Wrolstad scored for host Canyon (15-0-4, 6-0-1).

Foothill 6, Santa Ana Valley 0--Cathy Shortall had two goals, Mindy Van Cleave, Amy Hardy, Julie Borden and Michelle Webb had one goal to lead visiting Foothill (7-12-1, 4-2-1).

In Garden Grove League girls' soccer:

La Quinta 4, Bolsa Grande 1--Jaime Ortwein scored three goals as the Aztecs clinched the league championship at La Quinta. Stefani Stucker scored her 23rd goal of the season for La Quinta (14-3, 9-0).

In Olympic League girls' soccer:

Santa Margarita 4, Capistrano Valley Christian 0--Michelle Geyer had two goals and Jamie Braun and Allie Werve each scored one goal lead visiting Santa Margarita (15-1-3, 10-1-2). Joy Hammersley had 16 saves for Capistrano Valley Christian.

In Orange League girls' soccer:

Brea-Olinda 1, Anaheim 1--Mandy Perez tied the score in the second half for Anaheim (3-2-3 in league) at Anaheim. Sandy Knechtle scored for Brea (8-8-3, 5-1-1).

In Pacific Coast League girls' soccer:

Laguna Hills 1, Woodbridge 1--Talia Emery scored early in the second half to tie the score and help Woodbridge (11-5-2, 4-2-1) clinch second place in the league. Lori Neudecker scored in the first half for visiting Laguna Hills.

Trabuco Hills 8, Laguna Beach 0--Linda Lunceford had four goals, Kristen Lowrey had two and Blinn Robison and Christy Lunceford each scored one for Trabuco Hills (17-4-1, 7-0-1).

In Sea View League girls' soccer:

University 1, Corona del Mar 1--Tracy Schriber tied the score midway through the second half for host Corona Del Mar (14-5-6, 6-0-3). Shana Novegrod scored for University (9-5-5, 5-1-3).

Tustin 2, Estancia 0--Courtney Augustine scored one goal and assisted on Laura Teal's goal to lead visiting Tustin, which is 5-2-2 in league.

In Sunset League girls' soccer:

Edison 6, Westminster 0--Edison (12-3-7, 7-0-3) won the league title. Sweeper helped Chelsea Williams control the tempo of the match and Alysson Gibbs scored four goals to lead Edison.

In South Coast League girls' soccer:

Capistrano Valley 1, Dana Hills 1--Monica Larson scored on a penalty shot with five minutes left in the first half for Capistrano Valley (5-3-1 in league) and Jenny Koenig scored with five minutes left to tie the score for visiting Dana Hills (17-3-2, 6-2-1).

In Angelus League boys' soccer:

Servite 1, Bishop Amat 0--Host Servite (11-9-2, 5-0-2) was led by Shawn Kane, who scored on a penalty kick in the 18th minute of the match.

In Olympic League boys' soccer:

Santa Margarita 2, Whitney 1--Lou Pavlovich and Bob Watts scored to lead host Santa Margarita (10-11, 8-5).

Orange Lutheran 2, Capistrano Valley Christian 0--Jason Haynes and Lee Back each scored a goal in the second half for visiting Orange Lutheran (13-2-2, 11-2-0).

In Sea View League boys' soccer:

University 2, Corona del Mar 1--Host University (9-7-3, 3-4-2) was led by Diego Serrano, who scored both goals. Serrano scored 10 minutes into the second half but Corona del Mar's Alfredo Sandoval tied the match by scoring with 15 minutes left. Serrano scored the winning goal with five minutes left. Estancia 2, Tustin 0--Sergio Suarez and Gary Burrows each scored in the in the second half for visiting Estancia (8-8-3, 5-2-2). Tustin is 5-14-2 and 0-6-3.

Saddleback 1, Newport Harbor 0--Luis Guerrero scored 25 minutes into the second half to lead Saddleback (13-4-2, 6-2-1).

In the first round of the field hockey Tournament of Champions:

Santiago 3, La Quinta 0--Espy Monroy had two goals and Stephanie Higham scored one to lead host Santiago (21-2-1).

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