Girls Soccer first round: Bishop Amat, San Dimas, St. Lucy’s, Azusa, Los Altos win; Charter Oak, Bonita, Glendora and Walnut all bow out

Wednesday’s Second Round
All games at 3 p.m.
Division 2

St. Lucy’s vs. Saturday’s Flintridge Sacred Heart-Brea Olinda Winner
Division 4
Bishop Amat at Rim of the World
Los Altos at California
Division 6
San Dimas at Calvary Murrieta
Division 7
Azusa at CAMS
Laguna Blanca vs. Arroyo-Tarbut winner
South El Monte at Alverno
St. Matthias at Sierra Vista

Girls Soccer
Friday’s first round results
Division 2

Valencia 2, Walnut 1, OT
Hart 2, Glendora 1
Burbank 5, South Hills 2
St. Lucy’s 1, Lancaster 1, St. Lucy’s wins 4-1 PKS
Division 4
Bishop Amat 3, Adolfo Carillo 0
St. Joseph 5, Bonita 0
Los Altos 7, San Bernardino 0
Serrano 2, Charter Oak 1
Division 6
San Dimas 3, Bell Gardens 0
Oxford Academy 1, Northview 0,2OT
Division 7
Azusa 2, San Gabriel Mission 1, OT
Tarbut V Torah at Arroyo, 6 p.m.
Animo Leadership 3, Gladstone 0
South El Monte 3, St. Anthony 0
Cate 2, La Puente 0
St. Mathias 3, El Monte 2

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  • Amat Girls Soccer wins 4 – 0

  • LA Futbol

    Los Altos Girls dominated this afternoon:

    Los Altos – 7
    San Bernardino – 0

    Coach Reeder called off the dogs early in the second half. It could have been MUCH worse.

    Good job ladies! Anyone know whether Cal Hi won over the hill?

  • Rvof91773

    San Dimas 1-2 3
    Bell Gardens 0-0 0

    Great job Saints

  • kurmugin

    Yes, Los Altos did win 7-0, totally dominating San Bernradino in the Division 4 opener before a large crowd. Reeder was able to substitue freely on the field and in goal adding bench strength for the next round and beyond. The game was played on the backup or JV field, because someone–the school, the district, or CIF– deemed the LA stadium field unplayable after the LA boys 5-4 win over La Puente Thursday. A reported attempt to switch the game to La Puente’s pristine turf field was denied by LP, the HLPUSD, or CIF, giving the district or school administration another black eye for their lack of TLC of the LA facilities, particularly with the quality of both Conqueror soccer programs. Since the district “owns” the property at all its schools, maybe someone there should take a hand in how and where “it’s” teams are playing. Like on “it’s” field at La Puente. Continued good fortune to both Los Altos teams.

  • FredJ

    I use to be a pro at tracking down scores, but I don’t find them anywhere, at the Register, LA Times, CIF Website,, how frustrating. Most places don’t post scores till late, late if they have them or wait until tomorrow, sorry. If our locals would call them in win or lose, we would have them for you, but this was the best we could do….

  • Anon

    SDHS 3
    Bell Gardens HS 0

    Shannon McKee – 2 goals (1 unassisted, 1 assist by Maribel Duran)
    Lindsey Toneck – 1 goal (assist Brooke Lambert)
    Rachel Jones – 4 saves

    Good game, girls!

  • diogenes

    Of possible interest: No. 2 seed Granite Hills tops Lompoc 2-0. Rim of the World 2-1 over Magnolia. Get to face Amat in Round 2. Los Altos lone Miramonte girls team to advance, all in Division 4.

  • diogenes

    Well, all the scores (with a couple of exceptions)are in now and next Wednesday’s girl’s schedule is set. In Division 4, top seeded Amat will have to deal with low temps and high altitude at Rim Of The World. Bonita beater St. Joesph’s of Santa Maria has to travel to La Quinta down in the desert and La Serna is home to Oxnard.
    In the bottom bracket, Los Altos gets a break from their home field travails with a game at California Hi in Whittier. LaSalle’s loss to Pacifica puts the Oxnard school on the road north to Santa Ynez, who continued their impressive wins, 9-0, over Victor Valley. If they beat CalHi, Los Altos faces the winner of that Coastal contest, hopefully at home.
    Wrapping it up, the other St. Joe’s (Lakewood) journeys to Serrano and San Bernardino’s Cajon has to bus up the hill to tangle with second seeded Granite Hill.
    Other area winners in other divisions were
    Sierra Vista, Ayala, Azusa, San Dimas, and St. Lucy’s. See playoffs for all the results.

  • LA Soccer Dad

    I am curious how CIF determines who has Home games and who has Away games? Does anyone out there know how it is determined?
    For example, there are many teams that are playing back-to-back home games in the first two rounds while some of the top ranked teams like LA & BA are traveling for second round games.
    (except I see that Granite Hills is still able to work the system by playing Home and Home games!)
    Some have suggested it is based on a coin flip, is that the case?


    LA Soccer- I know for other sports, such as basketball, the 1st game is determined by seed while the second and so forth is by coin toss. For soccer, I am thinking it is all by coin toss.

  • Heights Parent

    BHS Mom that is incorrect. The first game is based on seeding. The second game is based on where you played in the first game. For example if both teams had home games in the first round then it is a coin toss. If both teams had away games in the first round then it is a coin toss. If one team had a home game and the other had an away game in the first round then the team that had an away game in the first round will be home in the second game.


    ESGV girls soccer fans took a hit in the first round of the CIF playoffs. We either had no teams at all in a division or what we had got knocked out. We have nothing in Divs 1, 3, and 5. San Dimas is our remaining hope in Div 6 and we are down to Amat and Los Altos in Div 4. St Lucy’s and Ayala represent us in Div 2 and we have four still in the game in Div 7: Azusa, Arroyo, South El Monte, and Sierra Vista, if we count on SEM and Arroyo as ESGV. Five are on the road Wednesday and four at home, so if you’re in a must see state of mind, you’ll be limited to Ayala, St. Lucy’s, Sierra Visra, and Arroyo.

  • LA Futbol


    Remember that Los Altos plays their away game at Cal Hi, just over the hill in Whittier. So SGV fans could definitely drive over into Whittier and see, no doubt, a fantastic match-up between these two teams!

  • Mustangs?

    Walnut…….why so quiet? I thought you were the world beaters this year? I guess not huh? Apparently your weak-ass league didn’t prepare you as well as you thought!

    We’ll see what you’re really made of next year in your new league when you actually have to battle some good teams like Los Altos and Bonita!

    Get ready to see if Hanson can actually coach!