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capture“Hail to alma mater loyally we stand, keep our sons and daughters famed throughout the land, go forth to lead our country strong, let our motto be alma mater Sunny Hills hail to thee.”
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*New 2018 Season Schedules Posted*

Sunny Hills 0 Valencia 1
In a hard fought contest, the Lancers dropped a home game to the visiting Tigers.
Sunny Hills 4 Kennedy 0
In a rematch of the opening round game, the Lancers dominated from the opening kickoff and clinched the Wildcat Cup for the 3rd consecutive season. Sunny Hills has captured the title more than any program in the tournament's history.
Sunny Hills 3 La Mirada 1
After advancing to the semifinals, the Lancers put together an impressive 3-1 victory over one of the top teams in the tournament. Now the team has the opportunity to capture the championship for the 3rd consecutive year.
Sunny Hills 2 Orange 0
The Lancers picked up crucial points in the second round of pool play in the Wildcat Cup. The game clinched a spot in the playoffs for the Lancers and gives the team an opportunity to defend its championship.
Sunny Hills 1 Kennedy 1
Entering the 2017 Wildcat Cup as defending champions, the Lancers opened with a draw against Kennedy High School.
Sunny Hills 0 San Clemente 0 (4-3 PKs)
After being down 1-3 in PKs, Richard Orihuela, freshman made two huge saves and Raymond Avalos, junior, put away the game winning penalty to send the Lancers into the second round of CIF-SS Div I. They will face Paramount Wed. at 3:15PM at Paramount High.
Sunny Hills 2 Buena Park 1
The Lancers responded to Buena Park's equalizer as Diego Useda, sophomore, knocked in the free kick from Amaury Maldonado, junior, to clinch the Freeway League Title -- the third title in three years for the Lancers.
Sunny Hills 0 La Habra 0
The Lancers could not find the back of the net despite creating numerous scoring opportunities. The draw keeps the Lancers in first place with a chance to clinch League on Tuesday, Feb. 7th.
Sunny HIlls 1 Sonora 0
In a second round league matchup, the Lancers played ruthless soccer as Diego Useda, sophomore, scored the game winner and the defense shut out the Raiders in rainy conditions.
Sunny Hills 1 Troy 0
The Lancers finally broke through on the scoreboard as Bronny Toledo, junior, netted the game winner. The defense held on with a last minute save from Eche Echeverria, senior.

The fighting lancers are honored to represent the Men’s Soccer Program and will work to uphold its great tradition of coming together and making history. Our alumni have created an impressive culture that guides each team to become better every day. This year’s players have dedicated themselves to training hard and are prepared for the challenges ahead as they commit themselves to Sunny Hills High School.

“No Person was ever honored for what he Received. Honor has been the reward for what he Gave.”