Temecula Valley | Boys water polo
Aanestad led the Pumas to a couple of wins last week, as he tallied four goals and four assists in a 13-5 victory over Corona Centennial on Tuesday; the day prior, he had three assists in the Pumas' 14-7 victory over Tahquitz.
Elsinore | Boys water polo
Anaya scored four goals and seven goals, respectively, on Wednesday in a 9-7 win over Cathedral City and a 12-5 win over Murrieta Mesa.
Murrieta Valley | Football
The junior quarterback completed 16 of 19 passes for 228 yards and three touchdowns Friday night as Murrieta Valley eased past Elsinore for a 28-7 nonleague victory.
Lakeside | Football
The senior ran 24 times for 280 yards and four touchdowns Friday night as the Lancers routed Jurupa Valley Patriot, 51-14, for a nonleague victory.
Great Oak | Football
Certeza ran 21 times for 126 yards Friday night as the Wolfpack picked up a big nonleague road victory in a 29-14 win over Rialto Eisenhower.
Murrieta Valley | Girls golf
Chon shot a 37 in Murrieta Valley's 230-235 Southwestern League win over Chaparral at the Golf Club of Rancho California on Thursday.
Vista Murrieta | Football
Cravens scored two touchdowns — one rushing, one receiving — and had a key interception as the Broncos knocked off one of the top programs in the state Friday night with a 38-20 victory at Encino Crespi.
Vista Murrieta | Girls golf
Gariepy shot a 2-over-par 38 in the Broncos' 208-250 victory over Murrieta Valley on Tuesday. She also shot an even-par 36 at Redhawk on Thursday in a 209-301 victory over Murrieta Mesa.
Chaparral | Boys water polo
Gleason led the Pumas by scoring six goals in a 14-8 victory over Lakeside on Tuesday.
Great Oak | Boys cross country
Messerly led the Wolfpack to a landmark showing at the Great American Cross Country Festival at Cary, N.C., on Saturday. Placing 15th, Messerly spearheaded a second-place showing for Great Oak's boys, which should uptick their national rankings.
Vista Murrieta | Girls cross country
Reddish won the first Southwestern League meet at Temecula Valley High School on Wednesday with a time of 17:43.9.
Calvary Murrieta | Football
Taylor was a workhorse Friiday night, carrying the ball 32 times for 231 yards and four touchdowns as the Warriors trounced Hamilton, for a 41-7 nonleague victory at Vista Murrieta High School.
Paloma Valley | Girls tennis
Washington's singles sweep helped the Wildcats to a 13-5 Sunbelt League victory over Lakeside on Tuesday
Linfield Christian | Girls tennis
Wesseln swept her singles matches 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 in a 10-8 nonleague victory over Chaparral on Wednesday. She also swept at 6-0 6-0 6-0 in an 18-0 Ambassador League victory Thursday.