The Wolfpack raced into Corona and took care of business as they defeated the Panthers 18-8 easily in the opening round of the CIF Southern Section Division 2 playoffs. Great Oak will advance to play Montebello
Senior Angela Rice was named the player of the game for the Wolfpack. Rice scored five goals and had four assists as she led Great Oak to victory. Raegan Castillo scored six goals to lead the Wolfpack and had five steals.
Tara Prentice scored five goals while Alison Bortcosh and Jill Wulf both scored two apiece.
Junior Sydney Lawyer had fifteen saves and held the Panthers to eight goals.
Chaparral landed in Shark infested waters at Santiago in their opening round CIF game. The Sharks scored 8 of their 13 goals in the first half to put the game away early. The Pumas never adjusted and the defending CIF SS Division 2 Champions looked like they could repeat this year.
Santiago’s defense was dominant as they limited Chaparral to two goals. Senior Bailey Sprague and Kayla Nichols scored the two Puma Goals. Santiago will host Mater Dei Thursday.
The Broncos were in Lake Forrest to take on the Chargers Tuesday. Vista Murrieta started strong and trailed 2-1 as the first period ended. El Toro exploded for 6 goals in the second period and the Broncos trailed 8-2 as the second half began. Murrieta scored twice in the third period and were frustrated by the Charger defense as the game ended 15-3. Junior Jacque Godinez and freshmen Katy Peterson and Jacque Godinez scored for Vista Murrieta.