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February 07, 1996

In the Century League:

El Modena 2, Villa Park 0--Senior Nicole Terry scored both goals to give her 26 for the season as the Vanguards (17-5-2, 8-1) clinched their third consecutive league title. Kelly Kersch had five saves for the shutout.

In the Golden West League:

Rosary 2, Westminster 0--Robyn Leonhardt, who had five saves, recorded her 10th consecutive shutout for Rosary. Lizzy Schilling scored both goals for the Royals (9-6-3, 6-0-3).

In the South Coast League:

Capistrano Valley 4, Mater Dei 1--Tied, 1-1, at the end of the half, Capistrano Valley's Chandra King came on to score three goals in the second half. Elizabeth Delgado scored Capistrano Valley's first goal and Shawna Draper had five saves for the Cougars.

In the Sunset League:

Edison 4, Marina 3 (OT)--Laura Lamb scored the game-winner on a penalty kick in the final minute of overtime for visiting Edison (16-5-4, 5-2-2). Loree Tamanaha scored her second goal in the 93rd minute to give Edison a 3-2 lead, but two minutes later, Jenny Wooton scored for Marina (11-7-3, 4-3-2) to tie it, 3-3.

Los Alamitos 3, Huntington Beach 2--Carrie Shinen scored the game-winning goal in the 77th minute off Andrea Sievers' assist for visiting Los Alamitos (12-5-4, 6-2). Kelly Talbot scored the tying goal in the 70th minute to help Huntington Beach (8-10-4, 0-8-1) rally from a 2-0 halftime deficit.

In Garden Grove League boys' soccer:

Santiago 7, Los Amigos 0--Albert Mendez of fourth-ranked Santiago (19-1-1, 10-0-1) scored five goals to give him 50 for the season.

In the Olympic League:

Orange Lutheran 5, Capistrano Valley Christian 0--Matt Stiles, who broke the school record on Monday for goals in a season with 25, added three more Tuesday for Orange Lutheran (15-3-5, 6-1-2). The old record of 23 in 1990 was set by Del Montel Jr.

In wrestling:

El Modena wins Century League title--El Modena won its second consecutive league wrestling league title after earning 211 points. Orange was second with 126, followed by Canyon (112); Villa Park (79 1/2); Foothill (69) and Santa Ana Valley (65). Nick Long (160 pounds), Dan Kingman (189), Mike Vaun (103), Nick Bradley (130), Nathan Stauber (152) and Aaron Santana (171) were champions for El Dorado.

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