AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 In other tournament games today, Los Alamitos takes on University at 3 p.m. at Tustin High, while Wilson faces Buena Park at 3 p.m. at Capistrano Valley. Downey 7, St. John Bosco 6 The Braves (0-5) had the Vikings (2-0) down by three goals at halftime and had a two-goal lead in the final minutes, but Downey’s goalie Alan Nevarez came out of the cage and scored three goals, including the game-winner in a nonleague competition. Senior goalie Justin Brown made 16 saves. “We laid a goose egg. We’ve got to get rid of it,” St. John Bosco coach Robert Smith said about losing another close game. “Maybe we’ll upset El Dorado (today).” De Jong tallied five goals and junior 2-meter offense David Sodeberger added four for Poly (2-1), which takes on El Toro in pool play today in the South Coast Tournament at 5 p.m. at Tustin High. “This is a good tuneup for (today). I would have liked for us to play a little better defense,” Poly coach Scott Penttila said. “El Toro is going to be tough. They have a European recruit. His first game is supposed to be against us. I can tell you we’ll give it our best effort and hopefully we’ll give them a good game.” GIRLS GOLF Cerritos 197, Troy 235 Brenda Chhour shot a 1-over-par 37 as the Dons (3-3, 3-1) swept the top five spots for a Suburban League win at La Mirada Golf Course. Kelly Yoo (38), Stephanie Hu (38), Chantal Cervero (41) and Tiffany Chen (43) followed for Cerritos. Poly 277, Cabrillo 341 Ligaya Estoque shot a 44 to lead the Jackrabbits (1-3, 1-1) in a Moore League match at El Dorado Golf Course. Millikan 227, Avalon 271 Jordan Johngerius (41) and A.J. Ponce (42) led the Rams (2-3, 2-0) to a win in Moore League play at Catalina Island Golf Course. The Lancers dropped to 0-2 in league competition. BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Jemerald Soon crossed the finish line in 17 minutes, 7 seconds to place fourth and teammate Jonathan Nagayama took fifth in 17:09 at an individual nonleague meet at Cerritos High’s 3-mile course. John Tisdale of Kennedy placed first with a time of 15:52 in the non-scoring event. GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY Cerda ran a 19:47 to place fifth in an individual non-scoring nonleague meet at Cerritos High’s 3-mile course. Kayla Otey of Kennedy (18:38) placed first. GIRLS TENNIS Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 12, Valley Christian 6 Cristina Stavro won her singles sets 2-1, and the doubles team of Erin Halma and Kim Robison swept their sets, but their efforts weren’t enough as the Crusaders (1-2) lost in nonleague competition. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Lakewood 3, Valencia 1 Megan Johnson recorded a career-high 53 assists, and Jessica Thomas had a career-high 21 kills for the Lancers (7-7), who won 25-27, 25-20, 28-26, 25-23 in nonleague competition. “We haven’t been blown out this year. We’re in a lot of these (matches),” Lakewood coach Mike Wadley said. “Our youth has put us on the downside in some of the results. Today, really showed what we’re capable of. We showed heart today and that we’re ready to play. We kind of gave away the first game but shook it off. They’re good kids who play hard and play with a purpose.” La Mirada 3, Paramount 0 Julie Reich recorded six kills as the Matadors (3-2) won 25-12, 25-17, 25-18 in nonleague competition. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Junior 2-meter defender Martin De Jong had a big game for the Poly High boys water polo team on Wednesday afternoon against visiting Irvine University. The nonleague game, which was canceled because of lightning earlier in the week at University, was moved to Poly and proved to be an advantage for the Jackrabbits, as they won 13-8.