Huntington Beach running back Aden Eckenwiler stiff-arms a Woodcrest defender during Saturday¿s Junior All-American Football Clinic Division playoff game. The Oilers lost, 7-0, to the Generals.

Huntington Beach running back Aden Eckenwiler stiff-arms a Woodcrest defender during Saturday┬┐s Junior All-American Football Clinic Division playoff game. The Oilers lost, 7-0, to the Generals. (Courtesy of Joe Haakenson / November 14, 2012)

The Huntington Beach Oilers gave up only a second-quarter touchdown to the Woodcrest Generals but couldn't match it and fell, 7-0, in the second round of the Junior All-American Football Clinic Division playoffs.

The Oilers moved into Generals' territory several times but couldn't push through. Their best chance to score came in the third quarter after a big stop by the defense. Jake Favazza tackled a Generals' ball-carrier in the backfield on a fourth-and-four play, giving the Oilers a first down at the Generals' 40-yard line.

On third-and-five, Zack Pratte took a hand-off on a reverse and ran 15 yards to the 20. Three run plays later, the Oilers faced fourth-and-two from the 12, but came up short and turned the ball over.

The Oilers had one last chance in the fourth quarter after a fumble recovery by Jonah Del Rosario with 3:35 left the in game. But the Oilers immediately fumbled the ball back and missed their chance.

Huntington finished the season with a record of 5-4.

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Jr. Clinic Division

Compton 6, Huntington Beach Oilers 0: In a reversal of a game and final score won by Huntington during the regular season, Compton came out with the win this time by taking a triple-overtime victory from the Oilers in the second-round of the playoffs.

Huntington ends its season at 6-2.

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AYSO Soccer

Kiss My Grass, a girls' Under-19 soccer team from Region 5 (Fountain Valley), recently won the Area E, K and Q championship. The squad finished first in the team standings with 74 points, five points ahead of second-place Region 143 (Huntington Beach).

Kiss My Grass, which won the Area E, K and Q title for the second straight year, is: Mallory Weinheimer, Jordi Emrich, Alyx Merickel, Kaitlyn Pitoniak, Kaitlin Hungate, Toni Abad, Jenny Soliman, Vivien Bayless, Desiree Fisher, Cami Stevens, Kalei Hauber, Brittney Stevens, Alexa Schaffer, Alicia Arnett, Alex Capuano and Kaitlyn Ramirez. The team is coached by Steve Merickel and Hank Schellingerhout.

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