On Monday, the Oilers scored a 16-5 home win over Montebello, the fifth-ranked team in CIF Division 2. Harrison led the scoring attack with five goals and Lucia had 12 saves and two steals.
Edison started the tournament with a big win, defeating Esperanza, the 10th-ranked team in Division 2, 17-12. The Chargers then played four more ranked teams but came up shy in each game, losing each by a single goal. They fell to Damien (10-9), Thousand Oaks (7-6), Troy (No. 6, Division 4), 8-7 and Cerritos (No. 7, Division 4), 13-12.
"While it was frustrating to lose four games in this manner, other than the Cerritos game we played some darn good defense against some of the top high school teams in Southern California," Edison Coach Diggy Riley said. "Tony Morelli had a very nice, all-around offensive weekend for us and defenders Kyle Spreeman and Dane Estrella both had excellent weekends guarding the centers. In continued fashion, Nate Sfreddo played exceptional in the cage. He has really stepped up his game and is proving to be a top goalies in the county."
Edison tuned up for the tournament by overpowering Brea Olinda, 15-2, on Sept. 28. Justin Harrison led all scorers with five goals and Sfreddo had eight saves.
Both Huntington and Edison play Sunset League matches Wednesday at Newport Harbor High. Edison battles Los Alamitos at 5 p.m. and Huntington faces Marina at 7 p.m. Fountain Valley takes on host Newport Harbor at 6:05 p.m.
Boys' Water Polo: Huntington Beach (No. 5, Division 1); Ocean View (No. 6, Division 7).
Girls' Cross-Country: Marina (No. 7, Division 1).
Girls' Volleyball: Edison (No. 3, Division 1-AA); Ocean View (No. 7, Division 4-AA).