David Albers and the Webb Schools dominated the Ayala Tournament with two victories on Thursday.
Albers scored nine goals for the Gauls in the victory over Temecula Chaparral, 22-10.
Travis Alvarado scored seven goals against the Pumas while Mitchel Fargo contributed with four of his own.
At the net, goalkeeper Max Sapozhkov had 11 saves. He also had seven saves in Webb’s second game of the day, which resulted in a 18-2 win over Nogales.
Albers, Stephen Silides and Andre Ardelan each had three goals against the Nobles. Philip Kraus led the Gauls with four goals.
Webb will play in the quarterfinals against Charter Oak today at 6 p.m.
Senior Adrian Hui of Webb will compete in the CIF Southern Section’s boys 50 yard freestyle championship event as the No. 1 seed. Hui had a qualifying time of 21.49 seconds.
Hui is also seeded No. 6 in the 100 yard butterfly following a time of 52.23 in the prelims.
David Albers of Webb will also compete in the consolation finals of the 50 yard freestyle. Albers is also competing in the consolation of the 100 yard free.
Richard Parnell will compete in the championship finals of the 100 free.
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