Lakeside | Girls soccer
The senior scored two goals and an assist Wednesday, as the Lancers opened Sunbelt League play with a 3-1 victory over Elsinore.
Elsinore | Boys basketball
The senior forward had a double-double of 13 points and 12 rebounds in an 84-54 Sunbelt League victory over Temescal Canyon on Friday night, two nights after a 14-rebound effort in a victory over Lakeside. Dedeaux's presence under the basket has given the Tigers tremendous balance as they streaked to a 2-0 start in the Sunbelt League.
Temescal Canyon | Girls soccer
The freshman scored two more goals Friday as the Titans outlasted Elsinore for a 3-2 Sunbelt League victory. Temescal Canyon improved to 2-0 in the Sunbelt League with the win, and 7-6-1 overall.
Chaparral | Girls water polo
Hardy scored a whopping nine goals Thursday in an 18-5 win over Elsinore and she added eight more combined Saturday in a loss to Vista and a victory over Palm Desert. All three performances came in the Five Counties tournament.
Vista Murrieta | Girls basketball
The junior guard has been nearly unstoppable in the opening of Southwestern League play. She scored 26 of Vista Murrieta's 38 points in a 51-38 loss to Chaparral last Tuesday, and on Thursday, she bucketed 28 more points — including 11 of 12 from the free-throw line — in a 67-61 victory over Temecula Valley.
Chaparral | Girls basketball
The UC Santa Barbara-committed senior scored 18 points last Tuesday in a 51-38 victory over Vista Murrieta and 17 more Thursday in a 42-25 win over Murrieta Mesa. Chaparral, at 2-0 in league, visits Temecula Valley in a 7 p.m. game Tuesday.
Great Oak | Girls water polo
Ramler scored five goals during two games Friday in victories over Vista Murrieta's 'B' team and Perris, and she followed with two more scores and two more assists Saturday in a 12-10 victory over Temecula Valley at the Five Counties tournament.
Temecula Valley | Boys basketball
Thompson has picked up some of the production in place of the injured Brandon Rosser while still maintaining his defensive presence for the Golden Bears. On Tuesday, Thompson scored 14 points and grabbed a team-high nine rebounds in a 59-51 loss to Murrieta Valley; on Thursday, he tallied eight points and nine more rebounds in a 62-57 win over Vista Murrieta.
Chaparral | Wrestling
The Pumas junior placed third and was the top Valley finisher at Saturday's Temecula Valley Invitational after defeating Chico's Mark Jorgensen in the third-place match. Chaparral travels to Temecula Valley on Wednesday night in a key Southwestern League match.
Murrieta Mesa | Boys basketball
The senior forward has been a huge part of the Rams' 2-0 start, as he scored 17 points in each of their first two Southwestern League games — a 59-51 victory over Great Oak last Tuesday and a 67-53 upset of Chaparral on Thursday. The Rams get a crack at top-ranked Murrieta Valley in a game there on Tuesday.
— Landon Negri