The Monsoons, who also received goals from Briana Rhoades and Monique Cisneros, improved to 25-4-2 and will face Sunny Hills, a 4-1 winner over La Mirada, in the division finals on Saturday. La Habra, which received a goal from Taylor Colacion, finished 18-6-3. Midfielder Laura Cole got loose twice in the first 12 minutes, but each attempt was stopped by deSeriere. Cole then a took a clear shot from the top of the penalty area, but it glanced off the goal post. “(DeSeriere) kind of kept them in the game in the first half,” Carlisle said. “We had a lot of opportunities, and that picked away at us a little bit.” Gallegos then put the issue to rest by scoring twice in the second half to make it 6-0 with less than 20 minutes to play. Colacion scored La Habra’s only goal in the final minute. “To get to this point (the semifinals) is such a huge accomplishment,” Carlisle said. “I’m so proud of my girls. “It’s sad for today, but it will motivate them for next year.” [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3061 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! It didn’t take long for coach Joel Carlisle’s biggest fear to become a reality for his La Habra High School girls soccer team Tuesday afternoon. Mayfair, getting four goals from midfielder Tiya Gallegos, scored early and often before cruising to a 6-1 victory over the Highlanders in a CIF-Southern Section Division III semifinal at Bellflower High. “We knew going into (the game) that they were fast, and can score a lot of goals,” Carlisle said. “Their reputation is that they get them off transition and speed, and that’s what it was. “Defensively, we had a little problem judging who to pick up, and they just beat us with their speed (early in the game). It kind of propelled after that.” The first strike came with the game barely four minutes old when Gallegos, who also had an assist, got loose near the center of the penalty area and made it 1-0 after taking a pass from Cisneros. Cisneros made it 2-0 in the 20th minute before a Gallegos header gave the Monsoons a 3-0 advantage two minutes later. La Habra did have its chances during the first half to almost match the Monsoons’ production. But each time, Mayfair goalie Danielle deSeriere got in the way.