Francisco Llosa scored six goals, including four in the final two chukkers, to lead the way for Hillcroft. James Miller and Jamie Mirikitani each added three goals.
Joe Wayne Berry scored three goals to pace Tito’s.
Llosa was named the Most Valuable Professional, and Miller was named the Most Valuable Amateur.
Teresa Mull received the Best Playing Pony award for her horse Hobe’s performance in the sixth chukker.
Teams will return to action at 1 p.m. Feb. 24 in the Observer Group Cup, featuring the Schroeder-Manatee Ranch 12 Goal Tournament and the SMR Cup.
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