Sarah Landy scored a pair of goals in the final five minutes to help the Santa Cruz High's girls soccer team salvage a 2-2 nonleague tie with rival Harbor on Saturday at Depot Park.
Santa Cruz remains unbeaten with a 4-0-3 mark. Harbor moves to 0-3-1.
The senior defender scored to cap a long run down the left side in the 78th minute and converted a free kick from 40 yards out. The ball bounced over the head of Pirates keeper Liana Beld, leaving Landy with her hands on her head, screaming in disbelief.
Kaitlin Delucchi put Harbor up 1-0 in the 42nd minute after converting a pass from Mollie Brown, and Brown added another goal in the 50th.
The teams play their Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League contests Jan. 8 at Depot and Jan 31 at Harbor. Both begin their SCCAL seasons Tuesday.
HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING
Willy LaMacchia was named the Bill Martell Invitational's outstanding wrestler after going 4-0 to win his weight class.
LaMacchia beat Santa Teresa's Jacob Thalin 9-5 in the 145-pound final.
Bryan Battisto also went 4-0, winning the 160-pound final by second-period pin against Fullerton's Kyle Springs.
Shannon Postle was dominant, posting a triple-double to key Harbor's 55-44 win over Greenfield in the seventh-place game of the Alisal Winter Jam.
Postle finished with 14 points, 23 rebounds and 10 blocks. Catherine Weeks
Harbor (4-7) visits Monterey at 7 p.m. Friday.
Madison Rocha scored 17 points and Natalie Diaz chipped in 10.
The Knights -- down by 11 going into the fourth quarter -- turned up the defensive intensity and held Pinewood to just two points in the final frame, but it wasn't quite enough.
Soquel (5-1) visits San Benito at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Megan Maxwell and Karsen Welle added nine points apiece for the Mariners (2-4), who host Carmel at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Cole Welle's double-double lifted Aptos over Gilroy 70-55 for third place in the Bob Hagen Invitational.
Welle, an all-tournament selection, finished with 18 points and 17 rebounds and added three assists and three blocks. Rewen Reyes added 15 points and Ben Brenkwitz had 10 points and five assists.
The Mariners (5-3) host Watsonville at 7 p.m. Friday.
UC Santa Cruz used a total team effort to knock off Caltech 68-63.
Every Slugs player grabbed at least one rebound and all but one entered the scoring column. Leading the way was Trent Reeves with 18 points, followed by Jared Ponce with 10 points, six rebounds and four steals.
UCSC (3-8) plays Cal Lutheran at 1 p.m. Sunday.
Pajaro Valley competed in two separate divisional semifinals in the Homestead Christmas Cup, beating Gunn 1-0 and Eastside Prep 2-1 on Saturday.
In the Silver Division matchup against Gunn, Jose Ruiz scored in the 30th minute and goalie Aurelio Anaya made it stand up with a one-save shutout.
In the Bronze Division game, Jose Conda and Gabriel Lopez scored and Anaya made two saves in the win.
The Grizzlies (4-1-2) will compete in the Bronze championship against South San Francisco on Saturday. They'll also play in the Silver third-place game against an opponent to be determined.
Brian Hernandez, Brian Garcia and Cibrian scored during the first half. Cibrian assisted on Christian Gonzalez's goal before Enrique Guzman notched the Wildcatz's fifth.
Burlingame scored just before time expired, marking the first goal Watsonville allowed in five games this season.
The Catz (5-0) visit Homestead on Saturday in the tournament final.
Royal Gorge opened 19 trails and more than 20 kilometers of terrain for cross-country skiing Saturday, kicking off its seven-days-a-week schedule.
It marked the first time America's largest cross country resort opened to the public as part of Sugar Bowl Resort. Sugar Bowl took over operation of Royal Gorge in the fall and updated the resort's Summit Station lodge, added grooming equipment and bought new ski rental gear for the resort.