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Girls basketball roundup: Woodbridge, Aliso Niguel post upsets in first round of CIF-SS playoffs

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A roundup of Orange County girls basketball games Thursday in the first round of the CIF Southern Section playoffs:

DIVISION 1

No. 14 Woodbridge 61, No. 12 Orangewood Academy 52: Junior forward Milan Heisdorf scored 26 points to lead the visiting Warriors (17-10) into Saturday’s second round against visiting No. 4 seeded Marlborough.

Woodbridge, unranked in the final Division 1 poll, also received 11 points from junior point guard Hana Watanabe and 10 points from junior forward Teagan Burrus.

Sophomore guard Alissa Belen scored 17 points to lead the Spartans (21-8), 14th in the Division 1 poll. Freshman forward Emalynn Vong added 11 points and 14 rebounds.

No. 5 Sonora 59, Roosevelt 53: Larissa Robles scored 14 of her 22 points in the fourth to help rally the host Raiders (26-4), who will face Orange Lutheran in the second round Saturday. Kiana Graham added 17 points and five rebounds for the Freeway League champion.

DIVISION 2AA

Bonita 43, No. 18 Troy 35: Kayla Borgelt scored 17 points to lead the visiting Warriors (12-18).

DIVISION 2A

No. 11 San Clemente 60, Cerritos 32: Juniors Zona Miller and Claire Pham each scored 17 points to lead the host Tritons (22-7), who play host to Ventura in the second round Saturday.

Aliso Niguel 38, Claremont 36: Shanna Brown, Katie Dunakin and Ally Fausett had strong rebounding games to lead the visiting Wolverines (10-17) past the No. 7-ranked team in the division.

Aliso Niguel, the third-place team from the South Coast League, will play at Empire League champion Cypress in the second round Saturday.

DIVISION 3AA

Los Alamitos 46, California 37: Freshman Tam Yoshida and junior Kayli Liew combined for 21 points and sophomore Bryn Pagett added 13 rebounds to lead the host Griffins (20-9) past the Condors for the second time this season. Los Alamitos won the first meeting by 30 points.

The Griffins faced Pioneer in the second round Saturday.

No. 15 El Dorado 77, San Bernardino 22: Kaylee Shimoda had 17 points and six assists and Bianca Carter added 16 points to lead the visiting and No. 3 seeded Golden Hawks (19-8) into Saturday’s second round against Whitney.

No. 19 Sunny Hills 35, Gabrielino 28: Erin Choi scored 13 points and Natalie Do added 11 to lead the visiting Lancers (20-10) into Saturday’s second round against Holy Martyrs. Sunny Hills will be the home team.

DIVISION 4AA

No. 13 Buena Park 77, Elsinore 21: Guard Sydnie Lendsey scored 22 points and fellow freshmen Bella Harmon and Alan White each added 18 to lead the host and top-seeded Coyotes (21-6). Buena Park plays Rio Hondo Prep, which beat Whittier Christian 66-43 in another first round game, in the second round Saturday.

Edison 73, Beverly Hills 28: Mia Cassel had 18 points and 10 steals to help lead the host Chargers (16-13), who play Irvine in the second round Saturday.

DIVISION 5AA

St. Margaret’s 65, Grand Terrace 25: Freshman Lila Wohlgemuth scored 19 points to lead the host Tartans, who play Ocean View in the second round Saturday. The Seahawks defeated Pacifica Christian of Santa Monica 41-29.

More results to come. Check back for updates

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