Lake Creek won three games Saturday to claim the Madisonville Tournament Championship.
The Lions (6-0) topped Bryan 2-0 in the title game with two goals from Justin Mayes. Hunter Robert had an assist.
The Lions opened the day with a 5-0 win over rival Montgomery. Karston Kuciemba, Jayce Morris, Robert, Ben Brown and Brandon McGaha scored in the win.
Then, in a 4-0 win over Brenham, Robert scored twice and Kuciemba and Jason Penaloza scored one time each. Xavier Gabel and Leroy Scott recorded the shutouts in net.
The Lions will compete in the Aggieland Classic next week. The tournament begins Thursday.
College Park wins pool
College Park won its pool championship at the Pearland Cup on Saturday, earning victories over Fort Bend Bush (2-0) and Clear Springs (2-1).
In the championship against Clear Springs, Luke Greenwald tallied the go-ahead goal for the Cavaliers (4-1) with 15 minutes remaining. Neel Gundlapally and Kevin Jungbluth both had assists on the goal. Andres Romero scored the other goal. The Cavaliers’ defense, led by Carlos Soto, Kaeden Morgan, Jacob Bateman, Chris Case and goalkeeper Alvaro de la Mora, was instrumental in the victory.
Alessio de Pippo and Jafet Lara each scored a goal against Bush.
A.J. Vera and De Pippo were named to the all-tournament team for their efforts.
College Park returns to action at the Aggieland Classic beginning next Thursday.
Oak Ridge tops Bellville
Oak Ridge wrapped up an unbeaten Wildkat Showcase with a 2-1 win over Bellville on Saturday.
The War Eagles (3-0) tied up the game with a goal from Jaír Alvarez, then Alvarez assisted on the game winner, which was scored by Allen Jaímes.
Oak Ridge is at the Humble ISD Tournament next week, which begins Thursday.
Porter closes with win
Porter wrapped up play in the Wildkat Showcase on Saturday with a 6-0 win over New Waverly.
The Spartans (2-1) next compete in the Humble ISD Tournament, which begins Thursday.
New Caney falls on PKs
New Caney played Aldine Eisenhower to a 1-1 tie in the Wildkat Showcase on Saturday before falling on penalty kicks.
The Eagles (1-2) got their lone regulation time goal from Miguel Rodriguez.
New Caney returns to action next week.
Caney Creek picks up first win
On the final day of the Kilt Cup, the Caney Creek Panthers picked up their first win of the season, 2-1, over Grand Oaks Saturday afternoon.
The Panthers (1-2) got goals by Jessy Villa and Ariel Palacios.
Grand Oaks (1-3) got a goal from Cesar Tacoronte on a penalty kick.
Both teams participate in the Humble ISD Tournament starting Thursday.
The Woodlands ties Klein
The Woodlands and Klein played to a 1-1 draw at the Kilt Cup on Saturday.
Hasan Arif scored on a penalty kick for the Highlanders (2-1-1).
The Woodlands returns to action at the Humble ISD tournament starting next Thursday.
Hornets blank Willis
Willis wrapped up its Wildkat Showcase Saturday afternoon with a 2-0 loss to rival Huntsville at Berton A. Yates Stadium.
The Wildkats are back in action Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. with a non-district game at Bryan Rudder.
Splendora falls to Bryan
Splendora lost 6-0 to Bryan at the Madisonville tournament Saturday.
The Wildcats (3-1) return to action at the Dayton tournament beginning next Thursday.
Willis wraps up strong week
Willis finished a strong week with a 3-0 win over Humble in the Humble ISD Tournament on Saturday.
The Ladykats (3-0-1) got a goal apiece from Nancy Raya, Alysha Martinez and Georgia Paugh.
Willis hosts the Kat Cup next week beginning Thursday.
Magnolia nets eight goals again
For the second straight day at the Humble ISD Tournament, Magnolia scored eight goals. This time it was in an 8-1 victory over Pasadena Memorial.
Sarah Gianotti and Laney Gonzales each had a goal and three assists for the Lady Bulldogs (4-0). Gaby Palomino led in goals with two while Dani Etter, Kiwi Cruz, Finley Strait and Maddie Ellis each had one,
Magnolia is set to compete at the Willis Kat Cup starting Thursday.
The Woodlands blanks Tomball Memorial
The Woodlands wrapped up a successful week at its home Lady Highlander Invitational with a 4-0 win over Tomball Memorial on Saturday.
Marley Krach opened the scoring for the Lady Highlanders (3-0), then Ellen Persson added a second goal before halftime. Ivana Persson made it 3-0 in the second half, then Persson capped the scoring.
The Woodlands is back in action Thursday in the I-10 Shootout.
Grand Oaks plays to draw
Grand Oaks wrapped an unbeaten weekend at the Humble ISD Tournament with a 0-0 draw against Lumberton.
The Grizzlies (3-0-1) travel to Bryan next Thursday for the Brazos Valley Cup, where they’ll open play against Brenham.
Caney Creek ties Kempner
Caney Creek played Kempner to a 1-1 tie at the Lady Highlander Invitational on Saturday.
Lili Sanchez scored the lone goal for the Lady Panthers (2-0-1) with an assist from Ashley Gonzales. Kempner scored only after Caney Creek goalkeeper Alyn Zaumudio went out with an injury.
Caney Creek returns to action at the Brazos Valley Cup beginning next Thursday.
Tie wraps tourney for Lions
Lake Creek earned its first point of the season with a 1-1 tie to Alvin to wrap up the final day of the Humble ISD Tournament.
Kendal Kurth netted the lone goal for the Lions (0-3-1).
Lake Creek participates in the Willis Kat Cup starting Thursday.
Oak Ridge shut down by Belaire
The Oak Ridge Lady War Eagles were blanked 2-0 by Belaire Saturday morning to conclude the Lady Highlander Invitational.
Oak Ridge (1-1-1), which tied Klein Forest and beat Lufkin the first two days of the tournament, are off until the Katy I-10 Shootout on Thursday.
Magnolia West wins two games
Magnolia West won two games at the Brenham tournament Saturday, beating Navasota (9-0) and La Grange (1-0). No other information was provided.