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Westside Girls Soccer Teams Knocked Out Of Playoffs: Update #3 St. Monica, Crossroads Lose In Division VII Quarterfinals

The Westside entered four high school teams in the playoffs to compete in a winner advances tournament to determine how far teams will advance toward the championship round of the CIF Southern Section Girls Soccer.

 Westside teams competing for the 2013 CIF Southern Section crowns include Santa Monica (11-6-3), Crossroads (16-4-2), St. Monica (18-3-1), and Pacifica Christian (11-1).

Crossroads and St. Monica advanced furthest of the Westside girls teams in the CIF Playoffs making it to the CIF Quarterfinals before being knocked out.

 Division IV:

*Santa Monica won against Colony 0-0 in a 4-3 overtime shootout at home Thursday, Feb. 14.

Second Round

Santa Monica lost against Quartz Hill 4-0 in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Playoffs at home Tuesday. 

Division VII:

First Round

*St. Monica won in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Playoffs against Lennox Academy 6-0 Thursday Feb. 14.

To read more about the game of St. Monica against Lennox Academy visit the story at smmirror.com

*Crossroads won in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Playoffs against San Gabriel Mission 13-0 Thursday Feb. 14.

*Pacifica Christian lost their first game of the season to Tarbut V Torah 3-2 Thursday Feb.  14.

Second Round

*Crossroads defeated Vistamar 4-1 at home Tuesday evening.

To read more about the game of Crossroads against Vistamar visit the story at smmirror.com.

*St. Monica won against Bishop 3-0 away Tuesday afternoon.

Quarterfinals

*St. Monica lost against University Prep. in a 5-4 shootout after a 1-1 tie in the CIF Quarterfinals at Airport Park Thursday afternoon.

*Crossroads lost against Arroyo Grande 3-1 in the CIF Quarterfinals away Thursday evening.

To read more about the game of St. Monica against University Prep visit the story at smmirror.com

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