Cleveland 3, Chatsworth 2-The Chancellors led, 2-0, 12 minutes into the second half, before surrendering three goals in 18 minutes and losing a Northwest Valley Conference game at Chatsworth (4-6-2, 4-4-2).
Victor Ibarra scored the first two goals for the Cavaliers and Hector Menjivari had the winning goal with 10 minutes to play.
Granada Hills 1, San Fernando 1--Josh Esquith gave Granada Hills (5-2-6, 3-2-5) the lead in the 32nd minute but Fernando Cervantes converted a penalty shot with five minutes to play in a Northwest Valley Conference game at San Fernando.
El Camino Real 3, Taft 1--Jose Rivera-Otero scored his 11th goal, and Tony Sangari and Kellen McLaughlin also scored for the Conquistadores in a Northwest Valley Conference game at Taft.
Crescenta Valley 4, Glendale 0--Lindon Pecorelli scored four goals, breaking a scoreless halftime tie in the Pacific League game at Crescenta Valley.
Buena 1, Dos Pueblos 1--Chris Parkin gave Buena (14-5-4, 2-2-2) a lead in the 26th minute in the Channel League game at Dos Pueblos.
La Canada 2, Monrovia 1--Brandon Butcher, a sophomore playing in his first varsity game, had a goal and an assist and the Spartans (10-3-4, 2-1-2) won a Rio Hondo League game at Monrovia.
Butcher gave La Canada a 1-0 lead in the first half, then assisted on Eric Henderson's winner with 10 minutes to play.
Rio Mesa 6, Hueneme 0--David Cervantes and Jose Reyes each scored two goals and the Spartans (14-3-4, 7-1-0) posted their eighth shutout in a Pacific View League game at Rio Mesa.
Ventura 3, Santa Barbara 1--Jye'ne Mack had a goal and an assist, and the Cougars (13-7-4, 3-0-3) built a 3-0 halftime lead against the Dons (14-6-2, 2-3) in a Channel League game at Ventura.
Buena 4, Dos Peublos 0--Lisa Engel, Lerin Mundell, J.J. Toohey and Natalie Sanderson scored for the Bulldogs (17-2-2, 5-0-1) in a Channel League game at Buena.
GIRLS' WATER POLO
Harvard-Westlake 9, Louisville 4--Jeanine Jackson had four goals and Nina Simon added three for the Wolverines (16-1, 6-0) in a Mission League game at Harvard-Westlake.