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2016 Moore League Defensive Player of the Year Lauren O’Malley was the difference offensively for Wilson at Millikan on Tuesday.

The Moore League girls’ soccer schedule started on Tuesday with two marquee games. READ MORE about the league outlook.

WILSON 1, MILLIKAN 1

The Bruins rebounded from an early mistake to grab a point on the road. READ MORE and SEE PHOTO GALLERY.

LAKEWOOD 1, LB POLY 0

The Lancers beat Poly for the first time since 2010-2011. READ MORE and SEE PHOTO GALLERY.

CABRILLO 12, COMPTON 0

The Jaguars (6-2, 1-0) have a quality mix of returners and newcomers this year, and the offense has been humming in the nonleague schedule. Cabrillo has scored 53 goals this season. Saira Morales and Vanessa Hernandez lead the returners. Nyla Tardy and Noami Zavala are among the newcomers contributing.

“We have more talent this, but our personality is still a work in progress,” Cabrillo coach Jose Carrillo said. “My expectations are to pull off an upset and make the playoffs.”

ST. ANTHONY

The Saints (2-3) have a tough test against Valley Christian Wednesday, and will count on their defense to slow down the Crusaders. Freshman defender Sam Avila is one many new faces for St. Anthony this season.

“The team is completely different from last year, so it is the start of a rebuilding process,” St. Anthony coach Brett Minter said. “The improvement will come once they become more familiar with each other and continue to play together.

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