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DAY IN SPORTS: COX SCORES TWO IN Q.H. UPSET; COMMITS.

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Kellie Cox scored her second of two goals in the 63rd minute to give the Quartz Hill girls' soccer team a 2-1 upset over visiting Hart of Newhall in a nonleague game Thursday. It was the first victory of the year for the Rebels (1-2-1).

Ebony Lewis scored the lone goal for the Indians (1-2), whose goalie, Melissa Deckers, will miss Tuesday's game against Chatsworth after receiving a red card for her part in an altercation during a corner-kick scramble in front of the goal.

Also on Thursday, Cox committed to Cal State Fullerton on a soccer scholarship. She will join sister Jodie, who plays softball for the Titans.

- Gerry Gittelson

In other girls' soccer:

--Eagles tie: Lindsey Weening and Nasrin Pak scored a goal apiece as host Chaminade of West Hills (3-0-2) battled to a 2-2 tie with Westlake (3-0-1) in a nonleague game. Sara Silver-Hill and Ashley Jones scored for Westlake.

--Hoven MVP? Alysha Hoven is making a strong case for being Oaks Christian's first MVP after racking up six goals and two assists in the host Lions' 10-0 dismantling of Montclair Prep in a nonleague game. Hoven has 13 goals and 10 assists this year.

Angie Duncan added two goals and two assists and Hanna Fries had a goal and two assists for Oaks Christian (3-1-1), which didn't allow a shot on goal.

--Taking charge: Poly of Sun Valley freshman Mayra Martinez played all 80 minutes and scored once in the Parrots' (2-1) 2-0 victory over Sylmar in a nonleague game. Martinez's playing time increased after Tuesday, when she scored three goals in just 13 minutes.

--Shutout in opener: Samantha Spencer and Kandice McLaughlin each scored a goal as host El Camino Real of Woodland Hills opened its season with a 2-0 victory over Grant of Van Nuys in a nonleague game. Goalies Miko Penn and Jessica Galaif combined for the shutout for the Conquistadores.

--Tigers rolling: Host San Fernando's 4-0 shutout of Franklin in a nonleague game improved the Tigers to 3-0. Yesena Rodriguez scored two goals and Rosario Lopez and Dolores Sanchez each added scores for the Tigers.

--Wolves win again: Claudia Passalacqua and Marion Said both scored a goal to lead host Van Nuys (2-0) to a 2-1 nonleague victory over Canoga Park (0-1-1).

--Lots of 1s: Host Sherman Oaks CES and Taft of Woodland Hills battled to a 1-1 tie in a nonleague game, making each team's record 1-1-1. Katie Caparula scored for SOCES and Esther Yanez scored for the Toreadors.

In boys' soccer:

--Croutch scores five: Aaron Croutch had five goals to lead Montclair Prep of Van Nuys (2-3) to a 6-0 blowout of Santa Clarita Christian (1-2) in a nonleague game. Daniel Mizraki also scored for the Mounties.

--Huskies hold on: Carlos Aguilar scored two goals to help visiting North Hollywood to a 3-2 victory over Taft of Woodland Hills in a nonleague game. Craig Levy and Rodolpho Maldonado each scored a goal for Taft (1-1-1).

--Indians draw even: Host Hart of Newhall's 2-1 nonleague victory over Highland improved its record to 2-2 on the year. Tim Sachs and Nick Koskie each scored goals and Kyle Reynish had five saves for the Indians.

--Just need one: Ryan Greenbury scored the game's only goal in host Chatsworth's (2-0-1) 1-0 win over Monroe of North Hills (0-1-1) in a nonleague game.

--Stung by an Angel: Angel Ayala scored in the 35th minute, enough to give Oxnard (2-0) a 1-0 nonleague victory over Simi Valley (1-1).

In boys' basketball:

--Coleman not enough: Ron Coleman had 15 points and seven rebounds, but host Van Nuys (0-4) couldn't overcome an 18-point halftime deficit and lost 59-55 to Sherman Oaks CES in a nonleague game.

In girls' basketball:

--Smithey beats the buzzer: Aubree Smithey's buzzer-beater just inside the 3-point line gave host El Camino Real of Woodland Hills a 62-60 win over Grant of Van Nuys in a nonleague game. Smithey finished with 14 points. Jennifer Goodman had 21 points, eight rebounds and three steals and Karen Shun added 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Conquistadores (2-0).

Krystal Clay had 22 points, eight rebounds, six assists and four steals and Alexis Weatherspoon added 14 points, 11 rebounds, six assists and four steals for the Lancers (0-1).

In girls' water polo:

--First win: Sammy Zuckerman had seven goals to lead Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks to its first win of the season, a 14-8 victory over Beverly Hills in a nonleague match at Valley College. Trisha Prudencio and Dana Bryan each added two goals for the Knights (1-1).

PRIME TIME PLAYERS

Boys' basketball

--Derek Daniels (Montclair Prep) 31 pts.

--Manny Cortez (Granada Hills) 27 pts.

--Evan Cline (Alemany) 20 pts.

Girls' basketball

--Rashawna Mayes (Littlerock) 25 pts.

--Brynn Cameron (Newbury Park) 23 pts.

--Krystal Clay (Grant) 22 pts., 8 rebs.

--Jennifer Goodman (ECR) 21 pts., 8 rebs.

--Ashley Palmer (Canyon) 20 pts.

--Sierra Hauser-Price (Notre Dame) 20 pts.

--Ashley Alderton (Royal) 20 pts., 6 3-pointers

--Christina Aguinaga (Taft) 19 pts.

--Novey Woodard-Parker (Royal) 16 pts., 7 asts., 4 stls.

Boys' soccer

--Aaron Croutch (Montclair Prep) 5 goals

Girls' soccer

--Alysha Hoven (Oaks Christian) 6 goals, 2 assists

--Angie Duncan (Oaks Christian) 2 goals, 2 assists

Girls' water polo

--Sammy Zuckerman (Notre Dame) 7 goals

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