Softball Predictions: Glendora, Bishop Amat and San Dimas to the Final Four, then it’s over


Bishop Amat has been formidable since the freshman took over

Division 3
The big question is Bonita really the top seed? You will have a better answer by the second round when they likely face Freeway League champion Sunny Hills and Yolando Rios, who has a 0.77 ERA after against a pretty tough schedule. My heart wants Bonita, but some strange losses down the stretch to Charter Oak and Los Altos make me wonder. Glendora on the other hand is playing well, hitting the ball as well as I’ve seen them it the past three years. So, here’s my final four.
Semifinals
Sunny Hills vs. Ayala
Glendora vs. Oaks Christian
Championship
Oaks Christian over Ayala

Division 4
The only local is Bishop Amat and I’ve got a great feeling about this. Once they take care of Rancho Alamitos at home, they will likely get No. 4 seed Aquinas (23-2-1). They have a great record but haven’t played anyone, losing to Bonita 8-1 early in the season in the Palm Springs tournament. Compare that to Amat, losing to the likes of Mater Dei 1-0 and beating St. Joseph at the near of the year and I like the Lancers. Here is how this will shake out.
Semifinals
La Quinta vs. Bishop Amat
Torrance vs. Santa Monica
Championship
Santa Monica over La Quinta

Division 5
There is no way I’m picking against San Dimas this time of season, especially the way they came on again, pounding Northview at the end of the season. This team just get it, and I like their road, going through a fourth seed like Duarte to get to the semifinals. The Saints should beat Pasadena Poly, and West Covina could be dangerous, but I like their trip to the semifinals. Northview and South Hills are on the bottom half, but I just don’t see it.
Semifinals
Whittier Christian vs. San Dimas
Cerritos Valley Christian vs. La Canada
Championship
Whittier Christian over Cerritos Valley Christian

Division 6
This will be short and sweet. South El Monte is the fourth seed, but Arroyo is probably still better. Either way, neither of these teams have enough pitching to get it done. If South didn’t do it with Reina, they probably won’t do it this year. I don’t see either team getting past the second round
Semifinals
Marymount vs. Oxford Academy
Oak Hills vs. La Salle.
Championship
Marymount over Oak Hills

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  • Baseball NUT!

    Fred,

    Though I haven’t followed softball as much the past few seasons, I do know that Oaks Christian is a stretch. EVEN in the OC Register, they mentioned how Oaks has NOT been in ANY quality tournemnts so their victory total may be a reach.

    With Glendoa having SPLIT with BOTH Bonita and Ayala , I believe gives them the Edge. I would have swapped the seedings between Bonita and Glendora.

    I still see a Glendora/Bonita FINAL!

  • Amat softball dad

    Fred, showing love to the Amat girls? I’m impressed. It’s been a succesfull season considering all that has transpired, now is the time to take it to a new level. The freshman have completed their regular season and should be ready. Gonzalez led the team in RBI’s no one was even close, Aguiano was a terrific find this season and as long as the defense holds up she’ll be ok. We just need the seniors to step up, Hernandez and Baker are needed for the playoffs so have fun and lead that’s what seniors are supposed to do.GO LADY LANCERS!

  • who is

    West Covina playing against?

  • Factnotfiction

    Fred Your killing me smalls,and lay off the medicinal chit its clouding your mind.

    Oaks Christian has a cake walk to the quarters where they will get their ass handed to them by Chinio hills. Glendora loses in the second round to Tesoro,Bonita loses in the quarters to Mission Viejo. Ayala 3 vs. Tesoro 2 in the final JHall finishes a stellar high school career with a cif ring end of story.

  • CIF div 3 pollster out to lunch

    Bonita ranked CIF div 3 #1, what a joke! What quality wins do they have? Only Glendora. They recently lost 3 in a row.
    Ayala has several quality wins. They won the Nike to First tournament loaded with top OC teams. They have beaten El Modena, Canyon, California, Rancho Bernardo, Marina, and split with Glendora.
    Bonita couldn’t even win the Charger Classic, St. Lucys beat them in the finals.
    Come on CIF, open your eyes.

  • OCVARSITY.COM top 25 5-18-10

    This is the best SoCal top 25 poll that includes all divisions and San Diego. Glendora and Ayala are in it, but no Bonita.

    SoCal softball Top 25 (5-18-10)
    Comments 0 | Recommend 0
    Valencia of Valencia is the top-ranked team.
    May 18, 2010 11:38 AM
    By CARLOS ARIAS
    OCVARSITY.COM
    Here are the OCVarsity So Cal softball rankings heading into the playoffs. There won’t be a new top 25 until after the postseason.

    OCVARSITY SO CAL SOFTBALL RANKINGS

    (Records through Saturday’s games)

    1. Valencia (Valencia) 26-3-1

    Last week: W Saugus (Saugus), 1-0; W Canyon (Canyon Country), 9-0.

    Comment: The Vikings bring an 18-game winning streak into the postseason.

    2. Mater Dei (Santa Ana) 23-2

    Last week: Idle.

    Comment: Look out for the Monarchs in the playoffs.

    3. Santiago (Corona) 27-1

    Last week: W J.W. North (Riverside), 12-1; W Corona (Corona), 6-0.

    Comment: The Sharks went undefeated in the Big VIII.

    4. Simi Valley (Simi Valley) 25-2

    Last week: W Newbury Park (Newbury Park), 11-0; W Westlake (Westlake Village), 5-0.

    Comment: Simi Valley brings a 10-game winning streak into the postseason.

    5. Ayala (Chino Hills) 24-5

    Last week: W Glendora (Glendora), 3-0; L Glendora (Glendora), 1-3.

    Comment: UCLA-bound Jessica Hall is the best big-game pitcher in So Cal.

    6. Etiwanda (Etiwanda) 23-3

    Last week: W Los Osos (Rancho Cucamonga), 3-0; W Rancho Cucamonga (Rancho Cucamonga), 13-0.

    Comment: Will Etiwanda be the two-time champs?

    7. El Modena (Orange) 23-6

    Last week: W Canyon (Anaheim), 5-4; W Brea Olinda (Brea), 6-0; L Villa Park (Orange), 1-3.

    Comment: Vanguards overlooked Villa Park heading into postseason.

    8. Canyon (Anaheim) 21-5-1

    Last week: L El Modena (Orange), 4-5; W Villa Park (Orange), 6-0; W El Dorado (Placentia), 10-0.

    Comment: Do the Comanches have the desire to go all the way?

    9. Pacifica (Garden Grove) 22-8

    Last week: W Cypress (Cypress), 2-0; W Valencia (Placentia), 4-0.

    Comment: Mariners have won 12 straight and counting.

    10. Mt. Carmel (San Diego) 25-3

    Last week: W Ramona (Ramona), 13-0; W Oceanside (Oceanside), 16-0; W San Marcos (San Marcos), 2-1.

    Comment: Sundevils bring a 15-game winning streak into the playoffs.

    11. Trabuco Hills (Mission Viejo) 24-3-1

    Last week: W Woodbridge (Irvine), 5-2; W Northwood (Irvine), 4-0.

    Comment: Iowa-bound Kayla Massey can carry Mustangs deep into the playoffs.

    12. Oxnard (Oxnard) 21-1-1

    Last week: W Hueneme (Oxnard), 6-0; W Rio Mesa (Oxnard), 3-2.

    Comment: Yellowjackets hitting .407 as a team.

    13. Esperanza (Anaheim) 15-10

    Last week: W Los Alamitos (Los Alamitos), 4-1; W Fountain Valley (Fountain Valley), 9-0.

    Comment: Central Florida-bound Kelsea Roth hit six homers in 10 league games.

    14. Marina (Huntington Beach) 20-8

    Last week: W Newport Harbor (Newport Beach), 6-0; W Los Alamitos (Los Alamitos), 3-2.

    Comment: Kristin Struett strong in the circle for Vikings.

    15. Edison (Huntington Beach) 21-7

    Last week: W Fountain Valley (Fountain Valley), 5-1; W Newport Harbor (Newport Beach), 3-0.

    Comment: Chargers better not overlook Valencia (Placentia) in first round of the playoffs.

    16. Norco (Norco) 20-9

    Last week: W Riverside Poly (Riverside), 5-4; W Centennial (Corona), 8-2.

    Comment: Cougars are very young and very talented.

    17. Cajon (San Bernardino) 20-4-1

    Last week: W Arroyo Valley (San Bernardino), 8-0; W Arroyo Valley (San Bernardino), 10-0.

    Comment: Playing St. Lucy’s (Glendora) in wild card is no walk in the park.

    18. Agoura (Agoura) 18-9

    Last week: W Westlake (Westlake Village), 9-1; L Moorpark (Moorpark), 1-2.

    Comment: Chargers have tough first-round assignment against Hart (Newhall).

    19. Royal (Simi Valley) 21-6

    Last week: W Moorpark (Moorpark), 8-0; W Thousand Oaks (Thousand Oaks), 3-1.

    Comment: Sophomore ace Nancy Bowling is one of the top pitchers in So Cal.

    20. Glendora (Glendora) 20-5

    Last week: L Ayala (Chino Hills), 0-3; W Ayala (chino Hills), 3-1.

    Comment: Tartans split with Ayala (Chino Hills) in final week to earn share of Sierra League title.

    21. Rancho Bernardo (San Diego) 20-7-1

    Last week: W Vista (Vista), 11-0; W Rancho Buena Vista (Vista), 4-0.

    Comment: Notre Dame-bound Laura Winter could carry the Broncos to a championship.

    22. Carson (Carson) 26-3

    Last week: W Grant (Van Nuys), 15-0

    Comment: Colts are favorites to take L.A. City Section title.

    23. West Hills (Santee) 24-2-1

    Last week: W Granite Hills (El Cajon), 6-1; W Grossmont (El Cajon), 5-1.

    Comment: Grossmont League champs are ready for the postseason.

    24. Torrey Pines (San Diego) 21-4-2

    Last week: W Mission Hils (San Marcos), 6-0.

    Comment: The Avocado League champs have won 11 straight.

    25. San Pedro (San Pedro) 22-7

    Last week: W Poly (Sun Valley), 18-0.

    Comment: Pirates hit a couple of speed bumps, but they are on track heading into the postseason.

  • OCVARSITY.COM top 25 5-18-10

    This is the best SoCal top 25 poll that includes all divisions and San Diego. Glendora and Ayala are in it, but no Bonita.

    SoCal softball Top 25 (5-18-10)
    Comments 0 | Recommend 0
    Valencia of Valencia is the top-ranked team.
    May 18, 2010 11:38 AM
    By CARLOS ARIAS
    OCVARSITY.COM
    Here are the OCVarsity So Cal softball rankings heading into the playoffs. There won’t be a new top 25 until after the postseason.

    OCVARSITY SO CAL SOFTBALL RANKINGS

    (Records through Saturday’s games)

    1. Valencia (Valencia) 26-3-1

    Last week: W Saugus (Saugus), 1-0; W Canyon (Canyon Country), 9-0.

    Comment: The Vikings bring an 18-game winning streak into the postseason.

    2. Mater Dei (Santa Ana) 23-2

    Last week: Idle.

    Comment: Look out for the Monarchs in the playoffs.

    3. Santiago (Corona) 27-1

    Last week: W J.W. North (Riverside), 12-1; W Corona (Corona), 6-0.

    Comment: The Sharks went undefeated in the Big VIII.

    4. Simi Valley (Simi Valley) 25-2

    Last week: W Newbury Park (Newbury Park), 11-0; W Westlake (Westlake Village), 5-0.

    Comment: Simi Valley brings a 10-game winning streak into the postseason.

    5. Ayala (Chino Hills) 24-5

    Last week: W Glendora (Glendora), 3-0; L Glendora (Glendora), 1-3.

    Comment: UCLA-bound Jessica Hall is the best big-game pitcher in So Cal.

    6. Etiwanda (Etiwanda) 23-3

    Last week: W Los Osos (Rancho Cucamonga), 3-0; W Rancho Cucamonga (Rancho Cucamonga), 13-0.

    Comment: Will Etiwanda be the two-time champs?

    7. El Modena (Orange) 23-6

    Last week: W Canyon (Anaheim), 5-4; W Brea Olinda (Brea), 6-0; L Villa Park (Orange), 1-3.

    Comment: Vanguards overlooked Villa Park heading into postseason.

    8. Canyon (Anaheim) 21-5-1

    Last week: L El Modena (Orange), 4-5; W Villa Park (Orange), 6-0; W El Dorado (Placentia), 10-0.

    Comment: Do the Comanches have the desire to go all the way?

    9. Pacifica (Garden Grove) 22-8

    Last week: W Cypress (Cypress), 2-0; W Valencia (Placentia), 4-0.

    Comment: Mariners have won 12 straight and counting.

    10. Mt. Carmel (San Diego) 25-3

    Last week: W Ramona (Ramona), 13-0; W Oceanside (Oceanside), 16-0; W San Marcos (San Marcos), 2-1.

    Comment: Sundevils bring a 15-game winning streak into the playoffs.

    11. Trabuco Hills (Mission Viejo) 24-3-1

    Last week: W Woodbridge (Irvine), 5-2; W Northwood (Irvine), 4-0.

    Comment: Iowa-bound Kayla Massey can carry Mustangs deep into the playoffs.

    12. Oxnard (Oxnard) 21-1-1

    Last week: W Hueneme (Oxnard), 6-0; W Rio Mesa (Oxnard), 3-2.

    Comment: Yellowjackets hitting .407 as a team.

    13. Esperanza (Anaheim) 15-10

    Last week: W Los Alamitos (Los Alamitos), 4-1; W Fountain Valley (Fountain Valley), 9-0.

    Comment: Central Florida-bound Kelsea Roth hit six homers in 10 league games.

    14. Marina (Huntington Beach) 20-8

    Last week: W Newport Harbor (Newport Beach), 6-0; W Los Alamitos (Los Alamitos), 3-2.

    Comment: Kristin Struett strong in the circle for Vikings.

    15. Edison (Huntington Beach) 21-7

    Last week: W Fountain Valley (Fountain Valley), 5-1; W Newport Harbor (Newport Beach), 3-0.

    Comment: Chargers better not overlook Valencia (Placentia) in first round of the playoffs.

    16. Norco (Norco) 20-9

    Last week: W Riverside Poly (Riverside), 5-4; W Centennial (Corona), 8-2.

    Comment: Cougars are very young and very talented.

    17. Cajon (San Bernardino) 20-4-1

    Last week: W Arroyo Valley (San Bernardino), 8-0; W Arroyo Valley (San Bernardino), 10-0.

    Comment: Playing St. Lucy’s (Glendora) in wild card is no walk in the park.

    18. Agoura (Agoura) 18-9

    Last week: W Westlake (Westlake Village), 9-1; L Moorpark (Moorpark), 1-2.

    Comment: Chargers have tough first-round assignment against Hart (Newhall).

    19. Royal (Simi Valley) 21-6

    Last week: W Moorpark (Moorpark), 8-0; W Thousand Oaks (Thousand Oaks), 3-1.

    Comment: Sophomore ace Nancy Bowling is one of the top pitchers in So Cal.

    20. Glendora (Glendora) 20-5

    Last week: L Ayala (Chino Hills), 0-3; W Ayala (chino Hills), 3-1.

    Comment: Tartans split with Ayala (Chino Hills) in final week to earn share of Sierra League title.

    21. Rancho Bernardo (San Diego) 20-7-1

    Last week: W Vista (Vista), 11-0; W Rancho Buena Vista (Vista), 4-0.

    Comment: Notre Dame-bound Laura Winter could carry the Broncos to a championship.

    22. Carson (Carson) 26-3

    Last week: W Grant (Van Nuys), 15-0

    Comment: Colts are favorites to take L.A. City Section title.

    23. West Hills (Santee) 24-2-1

    Last week: W Granite Hills (El Cajon), 6-1; W Grossmont (El Cajon), 5-1.

    Comment: Grossmont League champs are ready for the postseason.

    24. Torrey Pines (San Diego) 21-4-2

    Last week: W Mission Hils (San Marcos), 6-0.

    Comment: The Avocado League champs have won 11 straight.

    25. San Pedro (San Pedro) 22-7

    Last week: W Poly (Sun Valley), 18-0.

    Comment: Pirates hit a couple of speed bumps, but they are on track heading into the postseason.

  • OCVARSITY.COM top 25 5-18-10

    This is the best SoCal top 25 poll that includes all divisions and San Diego. Glendora and Ayala are in it, but no Bonita.

    SoCal softball Top 25 (5-18-10)
    Comments 0 | Recommend 0
    Valencia of Valencia is the top-ranked team.
    May 18, 2010 11:38 AM
    By CARLOS ARIAS
    OCVARSITY.COM
    Here are the OCVarsity So Cal softball rankings heading into the playoffs. There won’t be a new top 25 until after the postseason.

    OCVARSITY SO CAL SOFTBALL RANKINGS

    (Records through Saturday’s games)

    1. Valencia (Valencia) 26-3-1

    Last week: W Saugus (Saugus), 1-0; W Canyon (Canyon Country), 9-0.

    Comment: The Vikings bring an 18-game winning streak into the postseason.

    2. Mater Dei (Santa Ana) 23-2

    Last week: Idle.

    Comment: Look out for the Monarchs in the playoffs.

    3. Santiago (Corona) 27-1

    Last week: W J.W. North (Riverside), 12-1; W Corona (Corona), 6-0.

    Comment: The Sharks went undefeated in the Big VIII.

    4. Simi Valley (Simi Valley) 25-2

    Last week: W Newbury Park (Newbury Park), 11-0; W Westlake (Westlake Village), 5-0.

    Comment: Simi Valley brings a 10-game winning streak into the postseason.

    5. Ayala (Chino Hills) 24-5

    Last week: W Glendora (Glendora), 3-0; L Glendora (Glendora), 1-3.

    Comment: UCLA-bound Jessica Hall is the best big-game pitcher in So Cal.

    6. Etiwanda (Etiwanda) 23-3

    Last week: W Los Osos (Rancho Cucamonga), 3-0; W Rancho Cucamonga (Rancho Cucamonga), 13-0.

    Comment: Will Etiwanda be the two-time champs?

    7. El Modena (Orange) 23-6

    Last week: W Canyon (Anaheim), 5-4; W Brea Olinda (Brea), 6-0; L Villa Park (Orange), 1-3.

    Comment: Vanguards overlooked Villa Park heading into postseason.

    8. Canyon (Anaheim) 21-5-1

    Last week: L El Modena (Orange), 4-5; W Villa Park (Orange), 6-0; W El Dorado (Placentia), 10-0.

    Comment: Do the Comanches have the desire to go all the way?

    9. Pacifica (Garden Grove) 22-8

    Last week: W Cypress (Cypress), 2-0; W Valencia (Placentia), 4-0.

    Comment: Mariners have won 12 straight and counting.

    10. Mt. Carmel (San Diego) 25-3

    Last week: W Ramona (Ramona), 13-0; W Oceanside (Oceanside), 16-0; W San Marcos (San Marcos), 2-1.

    Comment: Sundevils bring a 15-game winning streak into the playoffs.

    11. Trabuco Hills (Mission Viejo) 24-3-1

    Last week: W Woodbridge (Irvine), 5-2; W Northwood (Irvine), 4-0.

    Comment: Iowa-bound Kayla Massey can carry Mustangs deep into the playoffs.

    12. Oxnard (Oxnard) 21-1-1

    Last week: W Hueneme (Oxnard), 6-0; W Rio Mesa (Oxnard), 3-2.

    Comment: Yellowjackets hitting .407 as a team.

    13. Esperanza (Anaheim) 15-10

    Last week: W Los Alamitos (Los Alamitos), 4-1; W Fountain Valley (Fountain Valley), 9-0.

    Comment: Central Florida-bound Kelsea Roth hit six homers in 10 league games.

    14. Marina (Huntington Beach) 20-8

    Last week: W Newport Harbor (Newport Beach), 6-0; W Los Alamitos (Los Alamitos), 3-2.

    Comment: Kristin Struett strong in the circle for Vikings.

    15. Edison (Huntington Beach) 21-7

    Last week: W Fountain Valley (Fountain Valley), 5-1; W Newport Harbor (Newport Beach), 3-0.

    Comment: Chargers better not overlook Valencia (Placentia) in first round of the playoffs.

    16. Norco (Norco) 20-9

    Last week: W Riverside Poly (Riverside), 5-4; W Centennial (Corona), 8-2.

    Comment: Cougars are very young and very talented.

    17. Cajon (San Bernardino) 20-4-1

    Last week: W Arroyo Valley (San Bernardino), 8-0; W Arroyo Valley (San Bernardino), 10-0.

    Comment: Playing St. Lucy’s (Glendora) in wild card is no walk in the park.

    18. Agoura (Agoura) 18-9

    Last week: W Westlake (Westlake Village), 9-1; L Moorpark (Moorpark), 1-2.

    Comment: Chargers have tough first-round assignment against Hart (Newhall).

    19. Royal (Simi Valley) 21-6

    Last week: W Moorpark (Moorpark), 8-0; W Thousand Oaks (Thousand Oaks), 3-1.

    Comment: Sophomore ace Nancy Bowling is one of the top pitchers in So Cal.

    20. Glendora (Glendora) 20-5

    Last week: L Ayala (Chino Hills), 0-3; W Ayala (chino Hills), 3-1.

    Comment: Tartans split with Ayala (Chino Hills) in final week to earn share of Sierra League title.

    21. Rancho Bernardo (San Diego) 20-7-1

    Last week: W Vista (Vista), 11-0; W Rancho Buena Vista (Vista), 4-0.

    Comment: Notre Dame-bound Laura Winter could carry the Broncos to a championship.

    22. Carson (Carson) 26-3

    Last week: W Grant (Van Nuys), 15-0

    Comment: Colts are favorites to take L.A. City Section title.

    23. West Hills (Santee) 24-2-1

    Last week: W Granite Hills (El Cajon), 6-1; W Grossmont (El Cajon), 5-1.

    Comment: Grossmont League champs are ready for the postseason.

    24. Torrey Pines (San Diego) 21-4-2

    Last week: W Mission Hils (San Marcos), 6-0.

    Comment: The Avocado League champs have won 11 straight.

    25. San Pedro (San Pedro) 22-7

    Last week: W Poly (Sun Valley), 18-0.

    Comment: Pirates hit a couple of speed bumps, but they are on track heading into the postseason.

  • Factnotfiction

    CIF div 3 pollster out to lunch,

    Easy cowboy, agree with you Ayala should be ranked #1 and Bonita #3 or #4. They have beaten some quality teams but both Ayala and Bonita lost to St Lucy’s. I Almost forgot the last time I looked California wasn’t in the OC. lol.

  • whosyourdaddynowbeatch

    The last time I looked Bonita beat Glendora 5-0 so they lost a 13 inning game 3-2 to St Lucy’s big deal. They also own wins over Marrymount and Aquinas both teams have a chance to win their divisions. Ayala also lost to Eleanor Roosevelt 4-1 who Charter Oak Beat 3-0.

  • fajjj

    Hey Fred I heard your St Lucy’s were spanked today anyone know the score?

  • whosyourmommynowbeatch

    OMG, Bonita beat div 6 Marymount and div 4 Aquinas, WOW!! Is that all you got? Oh, and they beat Glendora, once, big deal (using your own words). Next year they should enter real softball tournaments.

  • whosyourdaddynowbeatch

    whosyourmommynowbeatch,

    And next year they will beatch!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • fajj

    WOW! St Lucy’s got spanked 10-0 Fajjjjj your #2 team in the valley is like a doe in the head lights. Things are a little quiet north of foothill right no!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • crackerjack

    Fred seriously lay off the crk pipe Aquinas will put the smack down on Amat season over 2 & que.

  • fyi

    Charter Oak beat La Reina 5-1, Chino Hills beat San Gorgonio 8-1

  • fyi

    Charter Oak beat La Reina 5-1, Chino Hills beat San Gorgonio 8-1

  • SBFan

    Rowland walloped Gladstone 16 – 0

  • wow!

    Gladstone has a record of 6-13, how the heck did they get into the playoffs? They placed 4th in a crappy league. Wow Rowland, you really took it to them, something to really brag about.

  • Bill

    Division 4
    Hey Fred how you feeling now??
    Not bad for a team who hasn’t beaten anybody??
    Hope you don’t choke on the crow.
    You disrepected a good team because you are a local reporter with an LA bias.
    The Aquinas Lady Falcons Softball Team are a class act and you should apologize.
    How do you get the number four seed in CIF if you aren’t any good.
    Do your research next time instead of blowing the local horn.
    FYI, Bishop Amat has a four time larger student body than Aquinas.
    Truthsayer

  • Bill

    Fred,
    Two of the two teams you had in the semis are out Bishop Amat and La Quinta great prognastication.