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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.
Sunny Hills 3 Sonora 2
After going down two goals due to penalty kicks, the Lancers scored three unanswered goals with the game winner by Ricardo Sanchez in the final minutes of play.
Sunny Hills 3 Troy 1
The Lancers opened the Freeway League with a victory on the road led by the scoring efforts of Diego Useda and Cody Delzer (Click on Image to read Article).
Sunny Hills 0 Anaheim 2
The Lancers struggled with the pace of Anaheim and were unable to recover after the visitors netted a 30 yard goal. The Lancers will have to beat Montebello to make it to the Semifinals of the NOCC.
Sunny Hills 1 Bonita 0
The Lancers opened their own tournament with a shutout performance and look to capture the title for the second time in tournament history.
Sunny Hills 1 Brea Olinda 0
After defeating the Wildcats in the Wildcat Cup Championship, the Lancers hosted the runner-up at home and again secured the victory.
Sunny Hills 0 South Hills 1
The Lancers dropped their second contest in a row and have still yet to find a win three games into the season. They will enter the Wildcat Cup next week as defending champions.
Sunny Hills 0 Western 1
The Lancers went on the road for the first time this season but were unable to prevail, dropping their record to 0-1-1.
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.”