Girls Soccer Playoffs: Bishop Amat beats Diamond Bar 4-3 in sudden death; San Dimas, Arroyo advance, Sierra Vista, Chino Hills go down

Bishop Amat, Diamond Bar photo gallery

By Fred J. Robledo, Staff Writer
Sudden death is a cruel way to end while sweet for the team that’s piling on top of each other in celebration, but regardless of which side you were cheering for Diamond Bar and Bishop Amat lived up to all the hype.
The only words freshman Alexa Ruiz could sputter out was “it was exciting” following Bishop Amat’s dramatic 4-3 victory over Diamond Bar that ended on Ruiz’s double-overtime golden goal in Thursday’s CIF-Southern Section Division 3 girls soccer quarterfinal.
Exciting it was, and with some controversy on the game-winner that sent fourth-seed Amat (17-4-5) to Tuesday’s semifinals, where it will face Yorba Linda in hopes of advancing to its third straight title game.
After Diamond Bar goalkeeper Tyler Hunt made an incredible save off a header in the first overtime to keep the Brahmas in it, Amat’s Lena Suehrstedt sent a long throw-in late in the second overtime that got poked away straight to Amat’s Yazmin Montoya.
Montoya tried to hurry a shot that she shanked toward the back post where Ruiz was standing for an easy re-direct and finish while Diamond Bar coaches were screaming for an offside with just four minutes left before the game would be decided on penalty kicks. (To continue click thread)

San Dimas 1, Katella 0: The San Dimas High girls soccer team put pressure on Katella from the opening whistle and defeated the Knights 1-0 on Thursday to advance to the CIF-Southern Section Division 6 semifinals for the third consecutive year.
Oxnard 2, Sierra Vist 1, OT: For the third consecutive year, Sierra Vista was ousted in the quarterfinals of the CIF-Southern Section Division 6 playoffs. The Dons fell to visiting Oxnard, 2-1, in overtime on a golden goal by forward Melissa Aldrete in the 82nd minute.
Great Oak 3, Chino Hills 2: Temecula Great Oak jumped out to a two-goal lead and hung on for a 3-2 victory over Chino Hills in the quarterfinals of the CIF-Southern Section Division 2 girls soccer playoffs Thursday night.

Girls Socer Playoffs Results
Today’s Quarterfinals
Division 2

Great Oak 3, Chino Hills 2
Division 3
Bishop Amat 4, Diamond Bar 3, 20T
Division 6
San Dimas 1, Katella 0
Oxnard 2, Sierra Vista 1, OT
Division 7
Arroyo 3, Crossroads 1

Tuesday’s semfinals
Division 3

Bishop Amat at Yorba Linda, 5 p.m.
Division 6
Citrus Valley at San Dimas, 5 p.m.
Division 7
University Prep at Arroyo, 5 p.m.
Marshall at Gabrielino, 5 p.m.

Inland Insider Tom Kiss’ video and interviews from Chino Hills’ heartbreaking 3-2 loss at Great Oak

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Girls Basketball: Bishop Amat, Bonita move on; Wilson, Glendora, DRanch out

Girls Basketball Playoffs
Tonight’s Second Round
Division 1A

Bishop Amat 66, Dana Hills 28
Division 2AA
Bonita 52, Mira Costa 47
JW North 79, Ayala 53
Tonight’s Quarterfinals
Division 3AAA
Laguna Hills 58, Diamond Ranch 56, OT
Agoura 59, Glendora 44
Division 3AA
Lakeside 37, Wilson 29
Saturday’s Schedule
Quarterfinals
Division 1A

Westminster at Bishop Amat, 7 p.m.
Division 2AA
Bonita at Cajon, 7 p.m.

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Girls Water Polo: Los Altos falls 7-6, Bonita loses 10-9

Girls Water Polo semifinals La Serna vs. Bonita, Division 4, at Pomona College on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013. La Serna won 10-9.
(SGVN/Staff photo by Watchara Phomicinda)

By Steve Ramirez, SGVN
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La Serna 10, Bonita 9
CLAREMONT —
La Serna High School felt just making the CIF-Southern Section girls water polo Final Four was accomplishment enough.
That was then, and this is now. And this time, the Lancers were hoping to reach a little higher, and because of the senior Gabby Pierandozzi, they grabbed their goal.
Pierandozzi scored four goals, all in the fourth quarter and Jacqui Verdugo blocked a shot with 15 seconds left and the Lancers advanced to the championship round with a 10-9 victory over top-seed Bonita Wednesday in a Division 4 semifinal at Pomona College.
La Serna, also getting two goals each from Isabella Villa and Jenel Rivera, improved to 21-10 and will face Troy, which defeated Los Altos, 7-6, in the finals at William Woollett Aquatic Center in Irvine. The time will be determined Thursday.
Bonita, which received six goals from Natalie Rivas and 10 saves from goalie Millie Moro, finished 23-8. The Bearcats had a chance to tie, but Angela Gomez’ shot with 13 seconds was blocked by Verdugo and La Serna ran out the clock.
La Serna coach Erin Brown: “Once we wrapped up league, our most important goal was to get to the CIF finals. We were really concentrating on getting to that final game. It’s the most important thing this year.”
La Serna’s Gabby Pierandozzi: “I was just stepping up because we had a lot of girls in foul trouble. It was like, ‘just do what you got to do.’ I’m just really proud.”
Bonita’s Natalie Rivas (on final shot): “They were trying to double team me. I couldn’t do anything, so I let my teammates try.”

Troy 7, Los Altos 6
COMMERCE —
Los Altos High School was so close to advancing to its second CIF-Southern Section girls water polo championship game since 2010 it could taste it.
But the outcome of games are not determined by halftime.
The Conquerors learned that the hard way Wednesday.
Grace Shade scored on a loft shot with two minutes remaining and goalie Jessica Harris had 19 saves, including a key stop in the final 20 seconds, as Troy rallied from a four-goal deficit to score a 7-6 victory over Los Altos in a Division 4 semifinal at the Brenda Villa Aquatic Center.
The Warriors, getting two goals from Allison Lany, improved to 24-8 and advanced to face La Serna, a 10-9 winner over Bonita, in Saturday’s championship game. The time will be determined today.
Stephanie Contreras scored two goals for the Conquerors, who finished 22-9.
Los Altos coach Chris Coleman: “They took the momentum right out of us. We stopped playing. We played like we were trying to protect a lead rather than get a win.”

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Boys Soccer Playoffs: Tough afternoon for Damien, Pomona, but Claremont moves on with Golden Goal

Fred J. Robledo, Staff Writer
PASADENA –– It’s not how many opportunities you get, it’s what you do with your opportunities.
Visiting Pomona had more than its share, but Marshall had the one that counts.
Marshall’s Ben Cuevas slid a pass wide for Jaime DePaz in the 29th minute and DePaz’s hurried shot ricocheted off Red Devils defender Eric Ortiz and snuck home for the lone goal, giving the Eagles a 1-0 victory over the Red Devils in Wednesday’s CIF-Southern Section Division 5 second-round game. (To continue click thread)

Today’s Boys Soccer second round results
Division 1

Palos Verdes 2, Damien 1
Claremont 1, Redondo Union 0, OT
Division 5
Marshall 1, Pomona 0
Thursday’s game
Division 5

Granite Hills at Los Altos, 5 p.m.

Watch Claremont score the game winner on a Golden Goal in overtime

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Boys Hoops: Glendora on a playoff run again, advances to quarterfinals while Damien and La Verne Lutheran punch semifinal tickets

Glendora-Dominguez photo gallery

By Steve Ramirez, SGVN
twitter.com/SteveRRamirez

GLENDORA — There are two things you can usually count on from the Glendora High School boys basketball team — defense and the ability to shoot.
Glendora used both Tuesday night.
A.J. Bigornia scored 30 points on six 3-pointers and host Glendora made some key stops down the stretch to advance to the CIF-Southern Section quarterfinals with a 55-49 victory over Dominguez in a Division 2A second-round game.
Glendora, also getting eight points and seven rebounds from Thomas Rico, improved to 19-10 and will host Redondo on Friday.
EJ Johnson scored 17 points and Erik Garcia had 11 for the Dons, who finished 11-17. Dominguez trailed by just six with less than 30 seconds left but could only trim it to 53-49 before Sean Williams made two free throws with 14.9 seconds left to clinch it for Glendora.
Glendora coach Mike LeDuc: “I thought we came out a little tentative, but when we loosed up, we relaxed and started making a lot of shots. For us to be successful, we have to make a lot of shots. That’s the style we play.”
Glendora’s A.J. Bigornia: “I just felt confident. I made my first three shots, and my confidence level just went up.”
Dominguez coach Grady Johnson: “They hit some very big threes. We knew who their shooters were, we identified them. We just didn’t defend them well, and they made shots. It’s really what it came down to. They hit some shots when they really needed to.”
CIF-Southern Section Boys Basketball Playoffs
Tuesday’s Second Round Results

Division 1AA
Rancho Verde 61, Chino Hills 59, 2OT
Division 1A
El Toro 64, Diamond Bar 50
Division 2A
Glendora 55, Dominguez 49
Quarterfinal Results
Division 3AAA

Tustin 52, Bonita 48
Division 3AA
Santa Margarita 63, Diamond Ranch 45
Damien 62, Temescal Canyon 32
Division 4AA
La Verne Lutheran 73, Windward 68

Friday’s games
Division 2A Quarterfinals

No. 2 Redondo Union at No. 10 Glendora, 7 p.m.
Division 3AA Semifinals
No. 2 Damien at No. 3 Corona del Mar, 7 p.m.
Division 4AA Semifinals
No. 5 La Verne Lutheran at No. 1 Bishop Montgomery, 7 p.m.

Inland Insider with interviews following Rancho Verde’s last-second double-overtime victory over Chino Hills

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Girls Soccer Playoffs: Diamond Bar and Bishop Amat win, set up quarterfinal showdown Thursday; Chino Hills, San Dimas, Arroyo also advance

Bishop Amat 4, Righetti 3: Highlights and interviews with Bishop Amat coach Ruben Gonzalez, and scorers Nayeli Requejo (2), Jamie Peters and Katy Zamora

Fred J. Robledo, Staff Writer
LA PUENTE
– Bishop Amat withstood two second-half comebacks from stubborn Righetti in the second round of the CIF-Southern Section Division 3 girls soccer playoffs on Tuesday, winning 4-3 to advance to an all-area quarterfinal match-up at Diamond Bar on Thursday.
Bishop Amat, which won the Division 3 title in 2011 and were runner-ups last year, received two goals from leading scorer Nayeli Requejo and goals from Jamie Peters and Katy Zamora to improve to 16-4-5, setting up a date with Hacienda League champion Diamond Bar, a 1-0 winner at Flintridge Prep.
“I know it’s going to be a tough game,” Amat’s Zamora said of facing Diamond Bar. “We just have to leave it all on the field.”
Amat did just that to reach the quarters. (To continue reading click thread).

Diamond Bar 1-0 win over Flintridge Prep: Soccer is supposed to be played with the feet. But it was the arms of the Diamond Bar High School girls team that won Tuesday’s CIF-Southern Section Division 3 second-round playoff game. The visiting Brahmas defeated Flintridge Prep, 1-0.

CIF-Southern Section Soccer Playoffs
Tuesday’s Girls Soccer second Round results
Division 2

Valencia Valencia 0, Claremont 0, Valencia advances in PKs 5-4
Chino Hills 3, Hart 1
Division 3
Diamond Bar 1, Flintridge Prep 0
Bishop Amat 4, Righetti 3
Lakewood St. Joseph 5, Walnut 1
Division 6
San Dimas 2, Big Bear 0
Sierra Vista 3, Santa Ana Valley 1
Division 7
Arroyo 3, Cate 0

Thursday’s Quarterfinals Schedule
Division 2

No. 2 Chino Hills at Great Oak, 5 p.m.
Division 3
No. 4 Bishop Amat at Diamond Bar, 5 p.m.
Division 6
Katella at San Dimas, 5 p.m.
Oxnard at Sierra Vista, 5 p.m.
Division 7
Crossroads at Arroyo, 5 p.m.
Gabrielino at Campbell Hall, 5 p.m.

Inland Insider Tom Kiss with highlights and interviews following Chino Hills’ 3-1 win over Hart

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The Garza train just keeps on rolling; Former Bonita pitcher Justin Garza helps CS Fullerton to 4-0 start, gets his first college win

Former Bonita baseball pitcher Justin Garza, who was 25-1 the past two years, including helping the Bearcats to the school’s first CIF-Southern Section title since 1951, has continued that success in college.
The Cal State Fullerton freshman opened his NCAA career with a win. He threw six shutout innings in the Titans’ 9-0 victory over Nebraska on Saturday. Garza gave up two hits and struck out six. Fullerton, which opened with a win over USC before sweeping a doubleheader from Nebraska on Saturday and beating Cal State Bakersfield on Sunday, is 4-0 and ranked No. 22 nationally.

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Basketball Playoff Schedule

CIF-Southern Section Basketball Playoff Schedule
Boys Basketball
Tuesday’s Second Round

Division 1AA
Rancho Verde at Chino Hills, 7 p.m.
Division 1A
El Toro at Diamond Bar, 7 p.m.
Division 2A
Dominguez at Glendora, 7 p.m.
Quarterfinals
Division 3AAA

Bonita at Tustin, 7 p.m.
Division 3AA
Diamond Ranch at Santa Margarita, 7 p.m.
Damien at Temescal Canyon, 7 p.m.
Division 4AA
Windward vs. La Verne Lutheran at UOLa Verne 7 p.m.

Girls Basketball
Wednesday’s Second Round
Division 1A

Dana Hills at Bishop Amat, 7 p.m.
Division 2AA
Mira Costa at Bonita, 7 p.m.
Ayala at J.W. North, 7 p.m.
Quarterfinals
Division 3AAA

Laguna Hills at Diamond Ranch, 7 p.m.
Agoura at Glendora, 7 p.m.
Division 3AA
Lakeside at Wilson
Division 3A

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Boys Soccer second round schedule, and Ben Jimenez’s Bicycle Kick that almost brought the house down

Damien’s Ben Jimenez had all three goals in Damien’s 3-0 first-round victory over Tesoro. He nearly added a fourth on this bicycle kick.

Wednesday’s Boys Soccer second round
Division 1
Damien at Palos Verdes, 3 p.m.
Redondo Union at Claremont, 5 p.m.
Division 5
Granite Hills at Los Altos, 5 p.m.
Pomona at Marshall, 5 p.m.

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CIF-SS Wrestling: Northview is Team X after winning 10th division title; Valley dominates with 10 individual championships

By Steve Ramirez, SGVN
twitter.com/SteveRRamirez
RIVERSIDE —
Northview High School believed it left a little on the table when it came up short in the CIF-Southern Section dual wrestling championships last week.
The Vikings did something about it Saturday.
Northview, with five individual championships, scored the school’s 10 CIF-Southern Section team title by dominating at the Central Division championships at Norte Vista High School.
It was also an impressive performance for the area, which produced 10 of the 14 champions and qualified 36 to next week’s CIF-SS Masters Meet at Temecula Valley High School.
The 10 champions were Northview’s Vincent Parra (106 pounds), Eric Ochoa (113), Ricky Padilla (145), Steven Lopez (160) and Bryan Salinas (170); Rowland’s Mario Lopez (136); Walnut’s Freddie Hsiao (120); Diamond Bar’s Nathan Rodriguez (182); Charter Oak’s Eric Prevost and South Hills’ Marco Valdivia (285).
“You have to give the kids all the credit,” Northview coach Bobby Bellamy said. “They came back hungry. To lose the way we lost last weekend and persevere and push through all the challenges they faced, I’m just extremely proud of them and ecstatic that we were able to get it done.”
Also qualifying from the area are Northview’s John Rivera (120, fourth), Tony Arellano (132, third), Daniel Valles (136, second) and Anthony Martinez (182, fourth); Charter Oak’s Joseph Alexander (126, third), Joey Castorena (132, fifth), Diego Cortez (152, fifth) and David Apodaca (285, fifth); Rowland’s Josh Martinez (106, second), Bruno Flores (126, fourth) and Greg Lawton (160, second); Diamond Bar’s Jeremy Foo (120, fifth), Matt Carrillo (195, third) and Dre Johnson (225, third); South Hills’ Kevin Kelly (126, second) and Matt Chavez (152, fourth); Chino Hills’ Nathan Aragon (160, fourth) and Garrick Gurney (170, fourth); West Covina’s Bradley Ojala (170, third) and Robert Montoya (182, fifth); San Dimas’ David Gonzalez (106, third); Walnut’s Michael Sill (136, third); Covina’s Jose Lozano (113, fifth); Damien’s Patrick Sanchez (285, third) and Bonita’s Seth Morales (152, third).
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Girls Basketball: Diamond Ranch takes care of Rosemead 50-33; Bishop Amat, Bonita, Glendora, Wilson advance

Diamond Ranch 50, Rosemead 33: Tai Lark scored a team-high 16 points and Lauren Graves added 12 for Diamond Ranch in its second-round victory over Rosemead, which had to play without three-time Mission Valley League MVP Melody Gauthier, who broke her hand in the final week of the season after averaging 23 points. Rosemead didn’t look intimidated early, racing to a 9-1 lead and getting a game-high 20 points from Sydney Hua and nine points from Lauren Diep, but Diamond Ranch was too physical and improved to 21-7 to move on to the quarterfinals. Diamond Ranch played without head coach Mike James, who was unavailable due to a death in the family. Rosemead finishes the season 20-7.

CIF-SS Girls Basketball Playoffs
Saturday’s games
First Round
Division 1AA

Chino Hills 64, Edison 55
San Clemente 47, Diamond Bar 22
Division 1A
Bishop Amat 60, Katella 18
Division 2AA
Woodbridge 64, West Covina 41
Ayala 62, Redlands 34
Bonita 66, Heritage 46
Division 2A
Orange Lutheran 58, Baldwin Park 18
Redondo Union 55, Arroyo 19
Segerstrom 49, Claremont 25
Second round
Division 3AAA

Diamond Ranch 50, Rosemead 33
Glendora 39, South Torrance 30
Division 3AA
Wilson 60, Compton 32
Calabasas 75 South Hills 34
Division 3A
Chaminade 71, San Dimas 25
La Canada 60, El Monte 29
Division 4AA
JSerra 74, Workman 38

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Boys Basketball: Santa Fe rallies to oust Rowland, 56-55; plus Chino Hills’ postgame interviews following Huskies 68-40 win over Montclair

By Steve Ramirez
twitter.com/SteveRRamirez
ROWLAND HEIGHTS —
Santa Fe High School was down, but certainly not out Friday, and the Chiefs proved it when it mattered most.
Charlie Muhlenkamp made two free throws with two seconds left as Santa Fe rallied from a double-digit deficit to score a 56-55 victory over host Rowland in a CIF-Southern Section Division 2AA first-round game.
The Chiefs, getting 19 points from Muhlenkamp and 14 from Jonathan Parral, improved to 13-14 and advanced to Tuesday’s second round against either Eastside or No. 7 seed Camarillo.
Joseph Dionisio had 16 points for the Raiders, who finished 19-9. Rowland had a chance to win it at the buzzer, but Dioniso’s half-court shot clanked off the back of the rim.
Santa Fe’s Charlie Muhlenkamp: “We’re a family and we didn’t give up on each other. We just got more aggressive (during the second half). We were a little lazy coming out, and we just picked it up.”
Rowland coach Gordon Hamlow: “I’m irritated. I thought there were some things that didn’t go our way that should have. (Santa Fe) did a great job. They hit the free throws to win it. Kudos to them.”

Chino Hills following big win over Montclair, Tom Kiss all over it.

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Boys Hoops: Damien makes it look easy in 60-45 win over Wilson; Chino Hills, Glendora, all advance; Santa Fe ousts Rowland

Damien-Wilson photo gallery

By Fred J. Robledo, Staff Writer
Damien sophomore point guard Jeremy Hemsley watched the lane open up late in the second quarter and took off just inside the free throw line, falling inches short of delivering a monstrous dunk in the the Spartans’ easy 60-45 victory over Wilson in the second round of the CIF-Southern Section Division 3AAA boys basketball playoffs Friday.
On a night that got easier by the quarter for the second-seed Spartans, that qualified as a highlight as Damien advanced to the quarterfinals for the fifth straight season.
“I thought I had it,” said Hemsley, who dunked on a break minutes earlier. “My eyes got wide.”
Damien (22-7) advances to face unseeded Temescal Canyon, a 67-61 winner over seventh-seed Temple City, on the road Tuesday.
Hemsley scored 16 of his game-high 17 points in the first half and rested nearly all of the fourth as the Spartans built a 23-point second-half lead. (To continue click thread).

CIF-SS Boys Basketball Playoffs
Boys Basketball
Friday’s first round results
Division 1AA

Chino Hills 68, Montclair 40
Division IA
Diamond Bar 64, California 50
Edison 64, Walnut 61
Division 2AA
Santa Fe 56, Rowland 55
Division 2A
Beaumont 73, Baldwin Park 63
Glendora 58, Hemet 48
Friday’s second round
Division 3AAA
Bonita 59, Colony 54
Royal 69, Claremont 29
Division 3AA
Diamond Ranch 53, Jurupa Valley 52
Damien 60, Wilson 45
Temescal Canyon 67, Temple City 61
Division 3A
Cathedral 69, Bishop Amat 34
Tahquitz 61, Covina 58
St. Francis 61, San Dimas 38
Division 4AA
La Verne Lutheran 54, Muir 53
JSerra 65, Workman 38

Tuesday’s playoff schedule
Second Round
Division 1AA

Rancho Verde at Chino Hills, 7 p.m.
Division 1A
El Toro at Diamond Bar, 7 p.m.
Division 2A
Dominguez at Glendora, 7 p.m.
Quarterfinals
Division 3AAA
Bonita at Tustin, 7 p.m.
Division 3AA
Diamond Ranch at Santa Margarita, 7 p.m.
Damien at Temescal Canyon, 7 p.m.
Division 4AA
Windward vs. La Verne Lutheran at UOLa Verne 7 p.m.

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Boys Soccer Playoffs: Damien’s Big Game Ben Jimenez does a trick on Tesoro in 3-1 win; Los Altos and Claremont also win

Damien-Tesoro photo gallery

Damien 3, Tesoro 1: After falling behind in the first minute on a bang-bang play in front of the goal, Damien’s Ben Jimenez got the Spartans back in it with a goal in the 30th minute, leveling the action 1-1 at half. Jimenez wasn’t done, he would finish with hat trick after scoring in the 43rd and 60th minute, plus he nearly added a fourth on a spectacular bicycle kick attempt. We talked to him afterward as the Sierra League Spartans (15-3-3) advanced to the second round of the Division 1 playoffs

CIF-Southern Section Boys Soccer Playoffs
Today’s First Round
Division 1
Damien 3, Tesoro 1
Claremont 1, Arlington 0, OT
Division 4
Artesia 2, Azusa 1
Perris 2, Sierra Vista 1
Cathedral 8, Duarte 0
Norwalk 3, Ganesha 0
Oak Hills 2, Bishop Amat 0
Division 5
San Jacinto 1, Baldwin Park 0, 2OT
Los Altos 2, Estancia 0
Granite Hills 2, Arroyo 1
Righetti 4, West Covina 1
Pomona 4, Yucca Valley 1
Silverado 2, Diamond Bar 1
Monrovia 1, Mountain View 1, Monrovia advances on PKs
Saddleback 3, Walnut 1
Arroyo Grande 2, Nogales 0

Wednesday’s second round games
Division 1

Damien at Palos Verdes, 3 p.m.
Redondo Union at Claremont, 5 p.m.
Division 5
Granite Hills at Los Altos, 5 p.m.
Pomona at Marshall, 5 p.m.

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