Lilliana Zavala, Mason Stansberry and Jackie Rodriguez each scored a pair of goals and the Shadow Hills defense allowed just two shots on goal as the Knights rolled, 10-0, over De Anza League rival Big Bear on Monday.
Seven players scored for Shadow Hills, including Bella Olivas, Kim Benitez, Cassie Romero and Natalie Navarro. The Knights found the back of the net on 10 of their 11 shots on goal. The Knights are now 8-3-1, including 3-0 in the league, and play six of their next seven on the road.
Desert Hot Springs 1, Twentynine Palms 0: Sophia Medina scored for the Lady Eagles and goalkeepers Sarah Nunez and Elizabeth Reyes held the Wildcats scoreless to help DHS improve to 4-4-2 and 1-0 in league.
Desert Mirage 9, Yucca Valley 0: De Anza League Player of the Year candidate Fred Zaragoza recorded a hat trick and Alejandro Pimentel, Luis-Angel Gonzalez and Juan Cera, Juan Gutierrez and Armando Rivera each scored as the Rams remained unbeaten with a runaway victory Monday. Desert Mirage hosts Big Bear on Wednesday in just its third home game of the year.
Twentynine Palms 4, Big Bear 0: Samuel Smith scored twice in the first half and Ryan Stowers and Matt Romero added two more in the second half as the Wildcats blanked the Bears last Friday.
Shadow Hills 57, Big Bear 33: Freshman Dominique Urbina scored a career-high 23 points and added seven assists and three steals for the Knights, who advanced to 9-4 with the victory over Big Bear. Jada Toland added 14 points and eight steals and Melissa Martinez had 13 points and eight rebounds. Torri Hills added three points and 13 boards.
Avalon 79, Palm Valley 32: Michael Ma led the Firebirds with 17 points, and Holden Hartle added six for Palm Valley (0-7), which fell to the Lancers on Catalina Island over the weekend. The Firebirds play at Desert Christian Academy on Tuesday.
Anthony Mantanona won the 170-pound division and was named the upper weight Most Valuable Player award, and the Palm Desert wrestling team won the Riverside County Championship tournament for the first time over the weekend. Mantanona won all five of his matches with pins in less than one minute.
Billy Weaver also finished in first place in his division. Troy Mantanona and Brandon Claiborne finished second in the 145 and 160 pound division, respectively, and Kade Brock (152) and Gabriel Herrera 285) took third place in their divisions.
Girls’ water polo
Palm Desert 13, cathedral City 10: Elise Stein, Sarah Nichols and Samantha Stein each scored three goals and Palm Desert edged out the Lions for a key Desert Valley League victory. Alissa Clyde, Angelina Bradford, Cassie Bija and Judy Morrow also scored for the Aztecs.