Ducks fall, locals win CIF polo honors

COREY Perry scored one of the the Ducks' two goals Tuesday night in a 5-2 loss to San Jose.

COREY Perry scored one of the the Ducks’ two goals Tuesday night in a 5-2 loss to San Jose.

The Anaheim Ducks clung to second place in the NHL Pacific Division despite a 6-2 loss to the Dallas Stars on the road Tuesday night. Ryan Getlzaf and Corey Perry scored for the Ducks, whose record is 15-10-5, good for 35 points. That’s tied with the Edmonton Oilers for the runner-up slot.

It was Getzlaf’s third goal of the season and Perry’s seventh.

Anaheim actually led 2-1 going into the third period until the Stars scored five unanswered goals to win going away. Next up for the Ducks is a game in Boston on Thursday against the Bruins (16-12-2).


Three players from Huntington Beach High were named All-CIF-SS this week for boys water polo in Division 1. They are Ethan Wojciechowski, Patrick Saunders and Quinten Obsborne, all seniors.

In Division 6, Jackson Loeuk of Los Amigos and Ethan Knox of Ocean View, also both seniors, were honored as all-CIF-SS.


Here are scores from games Tuesday involving teams in the Garden Grove-Huntington Beach-Westminster area

Boys’ basketball

  • Westminster 103, Animo Robinson Charter 25
  • Bolsa Grande 51, Century 33
  • California 60, La Quinta 41
  • Pacifica 62, Anaheim 39
  • Godinez 48, Ocean View 47

Girls’ basketball

  • La Quinta 36, Estancia 28
  • Garden Grove 48, Paramount 19
  • Santiago 52, Anaheim 34
  • Bolsa Grande 38, Western 26
  • Westminster 56, South East 33

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