Cathedral defeats Loyola 3-1 in a clash of soccer teams in downtown Los Angeles

Diego Reyes’ older brother, Saul, played on a 2015 Southern Section and State Championship soccer team at Los Angeles Cathedral, but Diego finally got some rights over his older brother when he won a big rivalry against Loyola on Thursday night Goal scored. His goal towards the end of the first half helped the Phantoms to win 3-1.

“It feels great,” said Reyes.

Cathedral (1-0-0) also received goals from Angel Rico and Anthony Martinez. Sophomore Marco Bottene scored for the Cubs.

The football rivalry between Cathedral and Loyola has become important in helping both teams improve as the season progresses.

“It’s a good competition,” said Dom coach Arturo Lopez. “We learn a lot. You have our respect. We took advantage of counterattacks. They put us under a lot of pressure. “

Lopez said he was working on scheduling a game against defending city champions Birmingham in January.

In girls’ football, Tatiana Fernandez scored in St. Anthony’s 4-1 win over Pius X-St. Matthias.

Boys basketball

Etiwanda 76, Temecula Valley 33: Curtis Williams scored 18 points and Kwinten Crenshaw 14 for the undefeated Eagles.

Sierra Canyon 93, Beverly Hills 64: Amari Bailey scored 23 points and Kijani Wright 17.

Tesoro 61, San Diegueto 44: Carson Brown scored 19 points for Tesoro 6-0.

Taft 58, Narbonne 51: Keyon Kensie and Isaiah Lewis each had 16 points for 5: 1 Taft.

Servite 55, Fullerton 53: Miles Song had 30 points for the brothers.

Rolling Hills Prep 59, Venice 29: JV Brown finished Rolling Hills 6-0 with 21 points.

Heritage Christian 68, Crescenta Valley 49: Barrington Hargress scored 33 points and Malik Moore 19.

La Mirada 52, Orange Lutheran 49: The Lancers dropped the game after extra time.

Village Christian 68, Westchester 32: Thomas Luczak led the win at the Westchester tournament.

Crespi 59, Buena 35: The Celts (8-2) were led by Mason Dorsey, who had 16 points.

Northridge Academy 75, Triumph 26: Kenyon Alexander had 30 points.

St. Margaret’s 58, Esperanza 57: Dylan Cormac made five threes for 29 points.

Rancho Cucamonga 75, Redlands East Valley 49: Shadale Knight had 15 points for 6-0 Rancho Cucamonga.

Shalhevet 55, Milken 46: Avi Halpert scored 26 points and became tournament MVP award in the Milken tournament.

Girls basketball

Oaks Christian 51, Viewpoint 44: The Lions remained undefeated behind Brooklyn Shamblin with 16 points and Omamoke Okah with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

Sierra Canyon 67, Coronado 25: In Texas, Sierra Canyon won two games and Juju Watkins made her season debut. She scored 15 points twice in two wins on Thursday. MacKenly Randolph had 19 points against Coronado and 21 points in an 87-37 win over Pebble Hills.

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