Harker became the first team all season to score more than one goal against SHP. In fact, the Gators had only allowed one goal through their first 10 matches. Allowing three is a shocker.
Liam Johnson was in on all three goals for Sacred Heart Prep, scoring an unassisted goal in the first half and then assisting on goals from Alexi Stravropoulos and Max Sloat.
Aaron Morgan scored three goals and Tor Micaelian had a goal and assist for Menlo. Aaron Cheng and Luke Appel also scored for Menlo while Jackson Aldrich and Steph Nivaggioli each added an assist.
Eastside (1-8-1, 0-5) plays at The King's Academy on Friday. TKA edged visiting Priory 1-0 in another match Wednesday.
In the Peninsula Athletic League, Menlo-Atherton helped itself with a 2-1 victory over visiting Burlingame.
Will Demirkol scored for the Bears (5-3-3, 5-1), who travel to play Sequoia at 4:30 p.m. Friday.
Woodside had a frustrating loss, 1-0, against visiting Westmoor in another PAL match. Starting goalie Griffin Mills recorded eight saves and then left the game with five minutes remaining. Westmoor took advantage and scored the winning goal in the final two minutes.
The Wildcats (5-7-1, 4-4-1) maintained possession the majority of the contest, with Danny Delgado helping to create at least a dozen scoring opportunities.
Woodside travels to play Terra Nova at 4:30 p.m. Friday in Pacifica.
In the SCVAL, Palo Alto dropped a 4-0 decision to host Mountain View. The Vikings (1-9-2, 1-4) host Los Altos at 3:30 p.m. Friday.
Palo Alto recorded its seventh tie of the season on Wednesday, playing to a scoreless draw with visiting Mountain View in a Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division match.
Until now, the Vikings (3-2-7, 1-1-3) have not played more than six ties (most recently in 2018-19) in a season since at least 1992, before the Palo Alto Weekly began covering local sports.
Palo Alto and Mountain View have played to six ties since the 2006-07 season in a rivalry that always affects the Division title.
The tie did stop a three-game losing streak to the Spartans (5-4-3, 1-1-3) but Mountain View owns a 14-4-6 mark against the Vikings since the beginning of the 2007-08 season.
The Spartans have reached either the Northern California championship match or a Central Coast Section title match in each of the past five years and seven of the past nine. In 2015, Mountain View beat Paly to win the CCS Division I title and the Vikings have not been back to a title game since, despite several successful seasons.
Palo Alto (tied with Mountain View with six points) travels to play Los Altos at 3:30 p.m. Friday with a chance of extending its unbeaten streak to five and move past Santa Clara (8 points entering its Friday contest against league-leading Los Gatos) into third place behind Homestead (11), which has a bye Friday.
Menlo struggled through their first seven games of the season. The last five have been smooth sailing.
Freshman Tabitha Corcoran headed in the go-ahead goal on a corner kick from senior Sidney Pe
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