MODESTO -- Oakdale emerged as the only unbeaten team from this area after the first day of the Western States Girls Water Polo Tournament. The 57-team tournament continues today at eight locations Oakdale, Turlock, Pitman, Modesto, Davis, Beyer, Downey and Johansen.
The Mustangs beat Turlock 13-3 and St. Mary's of Stockton 7-2.
Miramonte, the defending state champion, beat Modesto 15-2 and Clayton Valley 12-5.
Sonora beat Johansen 7-5 but the Vikings, who are 14-3 overall, rebounded to beat Downey 10-6. Lincoln of Stockton beat Modesto 9-4. Enochs split, losing to Livermore 9-3 but beating Reno 13-4. Pitman beat Notre Dame 7-4.
Oregon state champion Newberg beat Oakmont of Oakland 14-2 and Alhambra 9-2.
In Sonora's victory, Kyla Houck and Morgan Seitzer had 2 goals each; in Johansen's win, Morgan Seitzer had 5 goals and Victoria Reed 2.
Today's play starts at 7:30 a.m. in each pool and the last game is scheduled to start at 3:45 p.m.
CSUS MEN 1, SAN FRANCISCO ST. 0, at Turlock A solo goal from defender Kyle Cadigan was all that California State University, Stanislaus needed to beat San Francisco State on Friday night. It was Cadigan's second goal of the season.
CSUS is 7-2-2 (5-2-2 California Collegiate Athletic Association). If the Warriors beat Cal Poly Pomona on Sunday, the Warriors will have the longest win streak in six years. SF State is 1-9-3 and 0-7-3 CCAA.
CSUS WOMEN 3, SAN FRANCISCO ST. 2 A goal early in overtime from forward Karenee Demery nabbed another victory for the No. 6 Warriors. The victory brings the Stanislaus record to 12-1-0 (8-1-0 in the CCAA North). The win also extends the longest winning streak in program history to 10 wins.
WEST HILLS 1, MJC MEN 0 Despite five saves from goalkeeper Alonso Lara, the Pirates (8-4-2) gave up a score in the 38th minute to West Hills College (7-6).
MJC WOMEN 8, SACRAMENTO CITY 3 Annabel Perez scored a hat trick (3 goals) as the Lady Pirates swamped the Panthers. Goalkeeper Elizabeth Amaya had 5 saves for MJC.