Estancia High's Kevin Pizarro, left, is congratulated by Marco Solis, center, after Pizarro scored the gamewinner against Newport Harbor in a nonleague game on Friday.

Estancia High's Kevin Pizarro, left, is congratulated by Marco Solis, center, after Pizarro scored the gamewinner against Newport Harbor in a nonleague game on Friday. (KEVIN CHANG / Daily Pilot / December 13, 2013)

Estancia High sophomore forward Kevin Pizarro converted an assist from senior Abraham Cortez in the 30th minute for the only goal in the Eagles' 1-0 nonleague win at Newport Harbor on Friday night.

The Eagles (3-1) had just four shots in the defensive-oriented game, in which Estancia junior goallkeeper Enrique Valle had three saves.

It was the first goal scored against the Sailors this season. Newport Harbor (0-1-2) had played Corona del Mar and Servite to scoreless ties previously.

Pizarro took a pass from Cortez on the right wing about 15 yards out and directed a shot inside the far post for his team-leading third goal of the season.

Estancia Coach Robert Castellano singled out the play of senior center midfielder Marco Pineda and junior Christian Monroy.

The Eagles return to action on Monday at Pacifica, then play host to Corona del Mar on Wednesday at 3 p.m.

GIRLS' WATER POLO

Newport Harbor 8, Foothill 7

SANTA ANA — Kate Pipkin scored the game-winning goal with 27 seconds left to lead the Sailors to the nonleaguge win Friday.

Newport Harbor entered ranked No. 3 in CIF Southern Section Division 1, and Foothill No. 2.

Christian O'Beck led the Sailors (3-0) with three goals, Pipkin and Ellie Reid each had two goals, one assist and one steal.

Chanel Schilling scored a goal and Heidi Fults had an assist and a steal.

Goalies Cleo Harrington (eight saves, one steal) and Carlee Kapana (nine saves, three steals) anchored the defense.

Newport Harbor will play host to Back Bay rival Corona del Mar Friday at 5 p.m.

BOYS' SOCCER

Corona del Mar 2, Marina 0

HUNTINGTON BEACH — Evan Schwartz and Jake Kim each recorded goals for the Sea Kings in a nonleague match on the road Friday.

Jay Damon, Brandon Huang, Daniel McCabe and Nate Pozin helped CdM (2-1-1) produce its second shutout in a row.