I’m here live at the Division I-AA final between Cajon and Long Beach Poly. It was a bit of a harrowing journey and I wouldn’t be surprised if my car ends up towed, but I’m here.
6 minutes and counting until game time so I’ll be brief. Basically, Poly is Goliath and Cajon is David – if David had two sweet Division I players in guard Layshia Clarendon and center Darshae Burnside in his arsenal. Poly has won three straight large-school state titles, four straight CIF titles (off the top of my head) and 34 playoff games in a row. They boast a McDonald’s All-American in 6-foot-3 Monique Oliver.
However, Cajon has won its four playoff games by an average of 34.2 points per game and is playing as well as it has all season. And its no stranger to playoff pressure, having won the Division II-A CIF title a year ago.
I’ll keep you updated as the game rolls on.