Golden West dominated the state water polo championships with convincing victories in the men's and women's finals Saturday at Ohlone College.
The Rustler men's team capped a perfect season by defeating West Valley, 14-5, winning its ninth consecutive title.
Golden West (37-0) was sparked offensively by Boss Veer, who scored a game-high three goals. West Valley was unable to overcome a 5-1 deficit at the end of the first quarter and never threatened.
The top-ranked Golden West women's team defeated No. 2 Orange Coast, 12-6, after trailing, 3-2, at the half. Two-meter player Nadine Akers led all scorers with nine goals for the Rustlers (36-1). Orange Coast finished 24-8-1.
In the Saddleback men's basketball tournament:
Saddleback 73, Palomar 63--Kenzie Weir scored 17 points and had five rebounds for Saddleback (2-0). Palomar's Jeremy Killion scored a game-high 23 points.
In the Victor Valley men's basketball tournament:
Cypress 79, Glendale 60--A.D. Lamoureux had 25 points and 15 rebounds in a semifinal victory for Cypress (2-0). Teammate Frankie Floyd scored 15 points.
The Chargers play Riverside at 4 p.m. today in the championship.
In nonconference men's basketball:
Cerritos 84, Santa Ana 60--Tony Harvey scored 28 points and Jason Nicholas 10 points for Cerritos (2-0).
Lohnnie Tape scored 13 points and Mark Saukkola 10 for the Dons (0-2).
In the Mt. San Antonio women's basketball tournament:
San Bernardino Valley 77, Fullerton 64--Fullerton forward Aimee Copp scored 17 points for the Hornets (1-1).
In the Santa Barbara women's tournament:
Irvine Valley 77, Santa Barbara 39--Heather Cunningham had 21 points and was named most valuable player and Phouangmaly Pravongviengkham had 18 points and was named to the all-tournament team after the Lazers won the championship.
In nonconference women's basketball:
Canyons 102, Golden West 25--Shauna Steward had 10 points for Golden West (0-2), which trailed, 57-19, at the half.