Huntington Beach – The team played their first home game in program history against Canyon of Anaheim Tuesday night.  The Chargers did not disappoint their hometown fans, beating the Comanches  5-3 in a tilt between two new CIF programs.

The Chargers (2-0) were led by  who had two goals while ,  and  each had one goal apiece. The Chargers also got six saves from goalie .

The Comanches (1-1) were led by  who had two goals while  had one goal.  made six saves for Canyon.

Edison struck early and often as they took a 3-0 lead in the first half and eventually led 5-1 in the second half. The Comanches chipped away at the lead with two straight free position goals, only trailing 5-3 with eight minutes left to go.

But the Chargers were able to hang on with that amount of time, as Edison coach Rob Hendrix had Atencio run the clock down by running around in circles on the offensive end.

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