Newbury Park Jumps on Early, Wins 14-10

Coming off losses last week to Thousand Oaks and Agoura, No. 15 Newbury Park wasted little time pouncing on and cruising to a 14-10 nonleague victory.

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It’s the first win over a Top 10 team this season for the (4-8), who had lost six previous games against teams currently in the Top 10 of the . Palisades moved into the No. 10 position in this week’s voting.

Palisades (9-5) also provided Newbury an opening, with three starters absent due to illness and two others sitting out the first quarter for disciplinary reasons. The took full advantage, jumping out to a 5-1 lead after one quarter and 9-3 at halftime. They extended the lead to 13-6 after three quarters before Palisades managed to make it respectable.

led Newbury Park with six goals.

(4 goals, 2 assists) led the Dolphins’ offense, with (3g), (1g, 2a) and (1g, 2a) also contributing multiple points.

Palisades now must brace for a visit Saturday from No. 5 Oak Park, which has won seven in a row. Newbury plays today at home against Calabasas and is at No. 6 Westlake on Friday.