DAY IN SPORTS: COX SCORES TWO IN Q.H. UPSET; COMMITS.
Byline: Daily News
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 Ashley Jones (born September 3, 1976 in Memphis, Tennessee) is an American television soap opera actress from Memphis, Tennessee She rose to fame on the long-running CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless scored for Westlake.
--Hoven MVP (Multimedia Video Processor) A high-speed DSP chip from Texas Instruments, introduced in 1994. Officially introduced as the TMS320C80, it combines RISC technology with the functionality of four DSPs on one chip. ? 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 El Camino Real (Spanish for The Royal Road or The King's Highway) was the name of a series of pre-automobile highways linking the various New World colonies of Spain:
--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 Dolores (or Delores) was a common given name (until the 1960s in the USA); it is cognate with the English word "dolorous" (meaning sorrowful) and equivalent in meaning. 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 SOCES Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies 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 Santa Clarita, city (1990 pop. 110,642), Los Angeles co., S Calif., suburb 30 mi (48 km) NW of downtown Los Angeles, on the Santa Clara River; inc. 1987. Situated in the Santa Clara valley and nearby canyons, Santa Clarita includes the former towns of Canyon Country, 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 Kyle Reynish (born Novemebr 3, 1983 in Valencia, California) is an American soccer goal keeper, who currently plays for Real Salt Lake of Major League Soccer.
Reynish played college soccer for University of California Santa Barbara from 2002-2006, sitting out between his freshman 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 Simi Valley (sē`mē, sĭm`ē), city (1990 pop. 100,217), Ventura co., SW Calif. in an oil, fruit, and farm region; laid out 1887, inc. 1969. (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 lanc·er
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--First win: Sammy Zuckerman had seven goals to lead Notre Dame Notre Dame IPA: [nɔtʁ dam] is French for Our Lady, referring to the Virgin Mary. In the United States of America, Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks to its first win of the season, a 14-8 victory over Beverly Hills Beverly Hills, city (1990 pop. 31,971), Los Angeles co., S Calif., completely surrounded by the city of Los Angeles; inc. 1914. The largely residential city is home to many motion-picture and television personalities. in a nonleague match at Valley College. Trisha Prudencio and Dana Bryan each added two goals for the Knights (1-1).
PRIME TIME PLAYERS
--Derek Daniels (Montclair Prep) 31 pts.
--Manny Cortez (Granada Hills) 27 pts.
--Evan Cline cline, in biology, any gradual change in a particular characteristic of a population of organisms from one end of the geographical range of the population to the other. (Alemany) 20 pts.
--Rashawna Mayes (Littlerock) 25 pts.
--Brynn Cameron (Newbury Park) 23 pts.
--Krystal Clay (Grant) 22 pts., 8 rebs.
--Jennifer Goodman (ECR ECR Efficient Consumer Response
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--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.
--Aaron Croutch (Montclair Prep) 5 goals
--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
Box: PRIME TIME PLAYERS (see text)