Lacrosse Roundup: Highlights, scores from Thursday’s playoff games (May 3)

Highlights from the children as well as ladies lacrosse games on Thursday, April 26:


Santa Margarita 7, Corona del Mar 6, OT: The Eagles beat 2017 Orange Area runner-up Corona del Mar Thursday to progress to their very first semifinals given that 2016. US Lacrosse All-American and also Notre Dame commit Quentin Buchman scored 4 objectives in the win, consisting of the game-winner in overtime. Nicholas Parrino included a pair of goals for the Eagles as well as goalie Ryan Olsker made a vital save for Santa Margarita with 1:27 remaining in the video game. Santa Margarita will play top-seeded St. Margaret’s in the semifinals Saturday. This is the first time since 2011 that Corona del Mar will not play in the semifinals.

St. Margaret’s 13, Great Oak 7: The Tartans overcame a slow begin to beat Wonderful Oak of Temecula 13-7 Thursday to progress to the semifinals. St. Margaret’s pathed by an objective at halftime, but racked up 10 objectives in the 2nd half to protect the win. Kevin Groeninger scored a game-high 4 goals for the Tartans and junior midfielder Koa Todd added three. Attackmen Andy Shin as well as Garrett Kuntz each scored 2 objectives for the Tartans. St. Margaret’s fell to Corona del Mar in the semifinals last season.

Tesoro 13, Trabuco Hills 10: Tesoro defeated South Coast League champion, Trabuco Hills, 13-10 Thursday to reach its very first semifinal under train Brian Dunn. The Titans have a 19-0 record as well as are the last staying undefeated team in the Southern Section. Jonathan Gibson scored four goals for the Titans and attackman Carson Spooner included 3 objectives as well as 3 helps. Jason Moreta had a five-point video game, racking up twice and also tallying 3 assists. Tesoro goalkeeper Seeker Souza had 12 saves against the high-powered Mustang’s crime. AJ Switzer scored 4 goals for Trabuco Hills and Utah commit Holden Evans racked up two times.

Foothill 16, Servite 11: Defending US Lacrosse Orange County Champion Foothill beat Servite by 5 goals Thursday to progress to the semifinals. University of Denver devote, Ellis Geis, scored eight goals for the Knights and also Troy Hofer added 3 objectives as well as 3 helps. Servite, the only lower-seed team to gain a dismayed triumph in the first round, only tracked the Knights by one at halftime. Cole Brennan, Jack Terrones as well as Zach Williams each racked up three goals for the Friars in the loss.


St. Margaret’s 12, Beckman 6: St. Margaret’s defeated Pacific Shore League champion Beckman by six goals Thursday to advance to the semifinals, where they will certainly play Trabuco Hills. Maddie Barkate had a team-high 4 objectives for St. Margaret’s as well as Jordan Miles added 3. Niki Miles and Cailin Young each scored 2 objectives for the Tartans. Beckman took place a 3-goal run in the 2nd fifty percent to reduce the Tartan bring about 2 objectives before Niki Miles scored to finish the run.

Trabuco Hills 12, Santa Margarita 10: The Mustangs scored 12 objectives Thursday to advance to their very first semifinals in program history. Hennessey Evans racked up a team-high 5 goals for Trabuco Hills in the win and also Ieneke Jimenez added three. Mustang’s coach Scott Leong called the triumph “a synergy.” Trabuco Hills goalie Chiara Reniero had 7 conserves in the win.

Foothill 18, Aliso Niguel 8: Student Ashley Stokes racked up 7 objectives to lead the Knights to an 18-8 win over Aliso Niguel. Foothill shutout the Wolverines in the second half, after pathing 8-6. Brooke Williams scored five goals for Foothill in the win. Quinnlyn Mason scored four objectives for Aliso Niguel, and also will certainly finish her elderly season with 91 goals. Wolverine’s goalkeeper Stephanie Reinke had seven saves in the loss. Foothill will play Mater Dei Saturday, in a rematch of the 2017 US Lacrosse Orange County national championship, where the Knights was up to the Section champ Majesties.

Mater Dei 7, San Clemente 5: The protecting Southern Area champions made their way right into the semifinals with a 7-5 triumph over Sea Sight Organization champ, San Clemente. Juniors Peyton Smith and also Tess Keiser lead the Monarchs in scoring this season, entering play with 51 and 48 goals, specifically. Elderly Sydney Payne led the Monarchs with 71 ground spheres entering Thursday, and wins 80 percent of her draws. Mater Dei has actually only lost one video game versus an Orange County opponent because 2015, a 12-10 loss to top-seeded St. Margaret’s on March 20.

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