Stacia Williams scored the only goal, and goalkeeper Alyssa Barrios stopped a penalty kick in the final minute as No. 11 Clovis upset No. 6 Centennial 1-0 to open the Central Section Division I playoffs. The Cougars play at No. 3 Central on Friday. No. 8 Clovis West pulled away in the second half behind goals from Gabrielle Gibertz, Sierra Leach, Reiley Todd and Megan Mets for a 4-0 win over No. 9 Tulare. Next for the Golden Eagles is No. 1 Clovis North.
Goals from Daisy Jimenez and Leila Monzon carried No. 6 Madera South past No. 11 Tulare Western 2-1 in D-II. The Stallions next face No. 3 Edison. Celeste Roberts scored in the 58th minute off an assist from Kylie Harvey to send No. 9 Madera over No. 8 Monache 1-0. The Coyotes advance to face No. 1 Frontier.
Reina Wristen scored two goals and No. 5 Liberty-Madera Ranchos posted its 12th straight shutout in a 4-0 win over No. 12 Hanford in D-III. The Hawks move on to play No. 4 Porterville. Anissa Wilson accounted for all of the scoring as No. 6 Hoover beat No. 11 Golden Valley 2-0. The Patriots face No. 3 East Bakersfield.
Freshman Samantha Oliveira had four goals, raising her season total to 26, while leading No. 4 Strathmore past No. 13 Cesar Chavez 6-1 in D-IV. The Spartans host No. 5 Caruthers next. Yazmine Aguirre scored her 37th goal of the season to help send No. 5 Caruthers over No. 12 Fresno.
Amanda Espindola's goal in the 70th minute lifted No. 12 Washington to a 2-1 upset of No. 5 Coalinga in D-V. The Panthers will host No. 4 Frazier Mountain next.
Emily Anderson had 20 points as Tri-River Athletic Conference-leading and Bee No. 2-ranked Clovis West beat Clovis East 58-35.
Rodjanae Wade scored 21 points to lead No. 8 Edison to a County/Metro Athletic Conference title-clinching 82-55 win over Memorial.
Tiffany Smith and Heaven Lee each made 5 of 6 free throws in the fourth quarter to help Fresno pull away from Hoover 55-44 and create a tie among the Warriors and Patriots atop the North Yosemite League at 8-1. Fresno closes with Roosevelt and Hoover finishes against McLane on Friday.
North Sequoia League champion and No. 9-ranked Washington got 20 points from William Blue in a 92-49 win over Sierra.
Joey Cisneros (106), Sammy Pena (113), Isaiah Torres (120), Darrion Harris (132) and Aaron Watts (138) won individual titles as Redwood ended Lemoore's 19-year run as West Yosemite League champion Saturday. The Rangers scored 250.5 points with the Tigers second at 234.5. Cisneros was given a No. 2 seed for the Yosemite Divisionals, set for Friday (starting at 9 a.m.) and Saturday (starting at 9 a.m., finals at 5 p.m.) at East Bakersfield. The Sequoia-Sierra Divisionals are at Dinuba, with action starting at noon Friday and continuing at 9 a.m. Saturday with the finals at 4:30 p.m.
Koby Cummings' three-run homer in the third inning helped power defending Division I champion and the Bee's top-ranked Clovis North past El Diamante 6-1 at the Coca-Cola Classic.
McCarthy Tatum went 3 for 4 with a triple and four RBIs while also pitching five no-hit innings as No. 3 Clovis downed No. 7 Bullard 10-1 at the Coca-Cola Classic.
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