Orange Lutheran girls water polo beats Los Alamitos to win Irvine Southern California Championships

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Orange Lutheran’s girls water polo team made more history Saturday in its final regular-season tournament.

Kate Sloman scored three goals and Kira Anderson and Sara Naulty each added two as the Lancers defeated Los Alamitos 8-4 in the finals of the Irvine Southern California Championships at Foothill High.

The top-seeded Lancers (21-2) captured the tradition-rich tournament of the first time. In late December, they won the Holiday Cup for the first time.

Orange Lutheran led 3-0 after the first period and 4-0 early in the second before the second-seeded Griffins (20-6) challenged.

Los Alamitos trimmed Orange Lutheran’s lead to 5-4 in the middle of the third period on a goal by Olivia Ouellette.

The Lancers responded by netting the final three goals of the match. Sloman, a sophomore attacker, scored the final two on the power-play to help Orange Lutheran improve to 4-0 against Los Alamitos this season.

Ouellette finished with two goals to lead the Griffins, the defending tournament champion.

Goalie Lauren Steele and Naulty were named all-tournament for Orange Lutheran.

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