Orange Lutheran 3 Senior Obi Agwu scored two goals as the Braves (15-5-6) defeated the Lancers to advance to the second round for the fourth consecutive year. Larry Llama scored a goal and had two assists in the victory for Alta Loma. Damien 2, Palmdale 1, 2OT Davis Paul scored in the 91st minute after a pair of headers by teammates Ken Leslie and Anthony Ontiveros gave him a clear shot in front of the net as visiting Damien (17-3-4) defeated Palmdale (18-7-2). DIVISION I Alta Loma 4, Memo Oliveros and Juan Bengoa scored goals as the Rialto boys soccer team defeated Moreno Valley Valley View 2-0 on Saturday in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs. Jose Gonzalez had an assist while Ivan Bahena contributed two saves for the host Knights (21-5-1). Dion Acoff also scored in the 62nd minute for the Spartans. DIVISION IV Bloomington 1, Hemet West Valley 0 Sophomore Luis Nolasco scored the lone goal off a Cesar Arenas corner kick as the Bruins (15-6-5) defeated West Valley. Bloomington advances to play La Quinta, a 5-0 winner over Pomona on Friday. DIVISION V Colton 8, Verbum Dei 0 Jose Rincon scored three goals to lead the Yellowjackets in their playoff opener. Josh Garcia and Wissam Itani combined on the shutout in goal for Colton (16-5-4), which faces Apple Valley in the second round. San Gorgonio 4, Beaumont 3 Freshman Miles Byass scored two goals to lead the Spartans (18-6-4) over the Cougars. Josh Walker and Victor Iniguez also scored for San G., which plays Hesperia on Wednesday at a site to be determined. DIVISION VI Arrowhead Christian 2, Bishop Union 0 Alan Supernaw and Sumin Parks each scored a goal as the Eagles (18-4-3) defeated the Broncos. Arrowhead Christian advances to the second round for the second year in a row. Ontario Christian 3, Avalon 1 Jason Fredrickson scored three goals as the Knights (14-8-2) defeated the Lancers to advance the second round for the seventh consecutive year. Sam Chappell had seven saves in the victory. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The Tyonek Fire is now considered 100% contained. It burned about 1,900 acres. Most of the crews and resources are now being used on the Funny River Fire instead, though some personnel and equipment will stay behind to make sure the fire stays under control.No one was injured in this fire. However, fire officials say locals should pay attention to standing trees that burned and may topple in strong winds. The fire started on May 19 and burned between Tyonek and Beluga villages.A photo of the Tyonek Fire taken on May 19 by the Alaska Division of Forestry.