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By Steve Breazeale
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Late Goal Pushes Edison past Dolphins Soccer in CIF
With only four minutes left in regulation, Edison girls soccer senior Bailey Webster corralled a long pass from Amy Feinstein and scored the game-winning goal against Dana Hills in the first round of the CIF-SS Division 1 Championship on Feb. 19.
Webster’s goal came in the 76th minute, just four minutes away from extra time.
The loss ended the Dolphins’ run through the postseason. Dana Hills (10-10-2) earned a berth in the playoffs by finishing third in the South Coast League.
Edison, the No. 2 team out of the Sunset League, lost to Laguna Hills in overtime of their second round matchup five days later.
Schurr Holds on for Playoff Win over Dolphins Water Polo
A one-goal first half lead would end up being the deciding factor between the Dana Hills and Schurr girls water polo teams in their CIF-SS Division 2 first-round matchup on Feb. 19. Schurr got out to an 8-7 lead at the half and held on over the final two quarters to seal a 13-12 victory over the Dolphins.
Dana Hills outscored Schurr 4-2 in the fourth quarter, but it was not enough.
Madison Baba led the way for Dana Hills, notching seven goals and one steal in the loss. Baba also converted on a penalty attempt.
Sydney Baba contributed six assists, one steal and two goals and Dolphins’ goalie Blaire Borisoff recorded 11 saves.
Dana Hills barnstormed their way into the playoffs behind a strong finish in South Coast League play. The Dolphins won three of their last four league matches, including a 13-10 win over rival San Clemente on the final day of the regular season, to place third in league.