CIF-SS boys/girls pre-season soccer polls released: Defending champ Bishop Amat girls No. 1 in D-3; Area boys get no love, not one mention in a top ten

The first official date boys and girls high school soccer teams can start playing is on Monday, Nov. 25. Don’t know how much weight you give to preseason polls, but here they’re.

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CIF-SS PRE-SEASON BOYS SOCCER POLLS: You can check out the polls yourself. There were ZERO area teams ranked in all seven divisions. Sierra Vista, in Division 4, was the only team given an “other” consideration.

CIF-SS PRE-SEASON GIRLS SOCCER POLLS
Division 2: 1. Long Beach Wilson, 2. Sunny Hills, 3. Great Oak, 4. Westlake, 5. Chino Hills, 6. Valencia Valencia, 7. Corona Santiago, 8. Mira Costa, 9. Claremont, 10. Royal.
Division 3: 1. Bishop Amat, 2. Yorba Linda, 3. Pasadena Poly, 4. Oaks Christian, 5. Arroyo Grande, 6. Granite Hills, 7. Diamond Bar, 8. Lakewood St. Joseph, 9. Righetti, 10. Arcadia, others .. Los Altos, Mayfield, La Salle.
Division 6: 1. Citrus Valley, 2. Oxnard, 3. San Dimas, 4. Oxnard Pacifica, 5. St. Bonaventure, 6. Sierra Vista, 7. Katella, 8. Segerstrom, 9. Rim of the World, 10. Ocean View.

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Walnut girls soccer coach Carlos Guerrero has resigned; season starts next week

Walnut girls soccer coach Carlos Guerrero resigned for family reasons, I was told. Guerrero and his girlfriend are expecting a child in January.

Interestingly enough, Aram jumped on twitter and wondered if former coach Lorraine Hansen, who Guerrero replaced in 2011, would possibly return. Hansen’s record speaks for itself, she won three straight CIF titles as coach. She said no to returning, but one of her tweets were telling, suggesting she might have been forced out by the District.

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PrepXtra Rewind: Highlights, interviews of Charter Oak’s win over Yucaipa, Post-Game Show and Second Round Schedule


CIF-SS PLAYOFFS
FRIDAY’S QUARTERFINAL SCHEDULE
MID-VALLEY DIVISION
Top Bracket
Monrovia at Montebello
Paraclete at Pomona
BOTTOM BRACKET
San Dimas at San Marino
Arroyo at Schurr
SOUTHEAST DIVISION
TOP BRACKET

Dominguez at Norwalk
Los Altos at Muir
BOTTOM BRACKET
La Serna at Diamond Bar
Burbank at Santa Fe
INLAND DIVISION
TOP BRACKET

Charter Oak at Vista Murrieta
Norco at Rancho Cucamonga
Bottom Bracket
Upland at Corona Santiago
Centennial Corona at Chaparral
NORTHWEST DIVISION
TOP BRACKET

Oak Park at Cerritos Valley Christian
El Segundo at Carpinteria
BOTTOM BRACKET
Bishop Diego at Duarte
Nordoff at Torrance

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Charter Oak holds off Yucaipa 53-33; Los Altos, Diamond Bar with stunningly easy; Diamond Ranch, Azusa knocked out

For football updates and final scores, click the scoreboard link

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Charter Oak 53, Yucaipa 33: Not that Charter Oak’s 53-33 victory over visiting Yucaipa in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Inland Division playoffs Friday is going to make state power and top-seeded Vista Murrieta shake in its boots, but it was the Chargers’ seventh consecutive victory after nearly squandering a big fourth-quarter lead.
San Dimas 48, Gabrielino 6: Host San Dimas defeated Gabrielino 48-6 in the first round of the CIF-SS Mid Valley Division playoffs Friday night. The win gave San Dimas coach Bill Zernickow his 100th career win.The Saints dominated early and led 48-3 at halftime to force a running clock in the second half.
Norwalk 42, West Covina 27: West Covina could not have imagined getting off to a better start, but in the end it was ability of Rashaad Penny as a receiver that made all the difference as Norwalk came from behind to win 42-27 in the first round of the CIF-SS Southeast Division playoffs on Friday.
Upland 21, South Hills 14: After earning a share of the Baseline League title with a victory over Rancho Cucamonga last week, Upland mustered enough grit to get past West Covina South Hills, 21-14, in the first round of the CIF-SS Inland Division playoffs Friday night.
Arroyo 56, Baldwin Park 53: Those were sighs of relief coming from the Arroyo High School sideline rather than sounds of celebration. The second-seeded Knights (10-1) had to come from behind in the fourth quarter and then hung on for a 56-53 win over at-large selection Baldwin Park in a wild CIF-Southern Section Mid-Valley Division first-round playoff game.
Duarte 27, Maranatha 17: Duarte used a swarming defense to keep Maranatha’s outstanding offense in check, allowing the Falcons to advance to the second round of the CIF-SS Northwest Division playoffs with a 27-17 road win Friday night.
Diamond Bar 63, Downey 29: Downey High’s reign as CIF-SS Southeast Division kingpin ended abruptly Friday night. The host Vikings were ousted from the playoffs in decisive fashion as visiting Diamond Bar stormed to a 63-29 victory.

Friday’s results
MID-VALLEY DIVISION
Top Bracket

Monrovia 62, Sierra Canyon 10
Montebello 24, Northview 17
Pomona 45, Rosemead 14
Paraclete 54, La Canada 3
Bottom Bracket
San Dimas 48, Gabrielino 6
San Marino 51, Bell Gardens 34
Schurr 29, Viewpoint 7
Arroyo 56, Baldwin Park 53

SOUTHEAST DIVISION
TOP BRACKET

Norwalk 42, West Covina 27
Dominguez 41, El Rancho 0
Los Altos 37, Paramount 10
Muir 53, La Mirada 35
BOTTOM BRACKET
La Serna 55, Burroughs 7
Diamond Bar 63, Downey 29
Burbank 49, Mayfair 14
Santa Fe 31, Diamond Ranch 28

INLAND DIVISION
Top Bracket

Vista Murrieta 57, Los Osos 14
Charter Oak 53, Yucaipa 33
Rancho Cucamonga 48, Redlands East Valley 7
Norco 56, Great Oak 27
Bottom Bracket
Upland 21, South Hills 14
Corona Santiago 35, Eisenhower 14
Chaparral 31, Chino Hills 28
Corona Centennial 56, Etiwanda 23

NORTHWEST DIVISION
Top Bracket

Oak Park 42, Bishop Montgomery 13
Cerritos Valley Christian 21, La Puente 14
Carpinteria 31, La Salle 23
El Segundo 35, Santa Paula 28
Bottom Bracket
Bishop Diego 34, North Torrance 0
Duarte 27, Maranatha 17
Torrance 42, Azusa 20
Nordoff 42, Verbum Dei 0

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FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Can Los Altos handle Paramount’s size?

lOSALTOSWINBy Aram Tolegian
It is anybody’s guess as to who will win Friday’s first-round game between host Los Altos and Paramount, but one thing’s for certain, the Conquerors are in for a whale of a challenge.
Paramount boasts 11 players on its roster who weigh 270 pounds or more. Five of them are 300-pounders
The Conquerors are actually one of the bigger teams along both lines around these parts, but they are no match on the scales for the Pirates.
Los Altos finished the season at 8-2 and in second place in the Hacienda League. Their reward was a home game, but that’s where the benefits ended. Getting assigned Paramount, which finished in a three-way tie for the San Gabriel Valley championship, is no picnic.
The Conquerors got assigned Paramount, which finished in a three-way tie for the San Gabriel Valley League championship. Kickoff is 7 p.m. at Los Altos on Friday night.

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CIF-SS GIRLS VOLLEYBALL second round: St. Lucy’s title hopes ends in five-game loss; Chino Hills advances; Northview, El Monte fall

The Inland Insider Tom Kiss with video highlights and interviews of Chino Hills’ second-round victory over Bishop Montgomery

ST. MARGARET’S 3, NORTHVIEW 0
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Northview High School opened the CIF-Southern Section girls volleyball playoffs Tuesday by shocking Garden Grove League champion Bolsa Grande during the first round.
St. Margaret’s wasn’t about to be victim No. 2.
Gabby Benck had 15 kills and Peighton McRobie had eight and the Tartans overwhelmed the host Vikings en route to a 25-12, 25-10, 25-18 victory in a Division 3A match.
Emily Miller also had seven kills for St. Margaret’s, which improved to 14-11 and will host either Aquinas or Morro Bay in the quarterfinals on Saturday.
Northview, getting six kills from Elizabeth Velasquez and four each from Amber Kemper and Raquel Tirado, finished 14-10.
Northview coach Marissa Baker: “I knew going in that St. Margaret’s had a good volleyball history. I knew we were going to have our work cut out for us. But our girls came in with a positive attitude, and they left it out on the court. (St. Margaret’s) was the better team tonight. We learned a lot, and I’m proud of the way they played.”
-Stephen Ramirez, @steverramirez on Twitter

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
THURSDAY’S SECOND-ROUND RESULTS

Division 1A
Aliso Niguel def. St. Lucy’s 29-27, 25-18, 20-25, 16-25, 15-10
Chino Hills def. Bishop Montgomery 25-15, 25-22, 25-21
Division 3A
Sage Hill def. San Dimas 25-19, 25-11, 25-10
La Sierra def. El Monte, 25-16, 25-14, 25-23
Western Christian def. San Gabriel 25-16, 25-16, 15-25, 25-21
St. Margaret’s def. Northview 25-12, 25-10, 25-18
Division 4AA
Division 4A
Vistamar def. Duarte, 25-11, 25-16, 25-16
Nordoff def. Azusa, 25-15, 25-9, 23-25, 25-15
Paraclete def. La Puente 25-15, 23-25, 25-18, 25-12

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BOYS WATER POLO PLAYOFFS: Walnut, Los Altos advance to Saturday quarterfinals

CIF-SOUTHERN SECTION BOYS WATER POLO PLAYOFFS

Wednesday’s first-round results
Division 5

Walnut 21, Arlington 4
Pasadena Poly 15, Rowland 7
Los altos def. Whittier
Saturday’s Quarterfinals
Walnut vs. La Serna at Whittier HS, 3:15 p.m.
Los Altos vs. Flintridge Prep at Pasadena Poly, Noon
Thursday’s first-round
Division 2
Agoura 24, Chino Hills 7
Laguna Beach 9, Damien 7
Ventura 12, Claremont 11
Division 6
Lompoc Cabrillo 17, San Dimas 10

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VIDEO: Area athletes realize dreams of signing national letters of intent

SIGNING DAY PHOTO GALLERY
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STORY: Dreams became reality for dozens of high school seniors across the Valley who signed national letters of intent on Wednesday, the first day of the early signing period for boys and girls basketball, girls volleyball, baseball and softball, among other sports.
Bonita is expected to chase a CIF-Southern Section divisional title in girls basketball with two of the area’s best players signing with the University of Nevada Las Vegas. They included two-time Tribune Player of the Year Nikki Wheatley and Kandyce Smith, who transferred to Bonita from La Salle last spring.

wheatleyWednesday, November 13, is the early National Letter of intent signing date for boys and girls basketball, girls volleyball, baseball, softball and all sports with the exception of football, soccer, track and field, cross country and boys water polo. We took our annual group picture at the Tribune and took video of all of them.

2013 NOVEMBER SIGNEES
BASEBALL
Grant Hockin, Damien, (UCLA)
Daniel Millwee, San Dimas (University of Arizona)
Andrew Eppenbach, Bishop Amat (San Diego State)
Alex Garcia, Bishop Amat, (University of Santa Barbara)
Scott Hurst, Bishop Amat, (California State Fullerton)
Eric Flores, Glendora, (University of Arizona)
DJ Peters, Glendora, (Cal State Fullerton)
Jordan Abernathy, Damien, (UC Riverside)
David Bañuelos, Damien, (CS Long Beach)
Andrew Bernstein, Claremont (UC Santa Barbara)
Peter Beattie, Ayala, (UC Riverside)
Erik Martinez, South Hills (University of California)
SOFTBALL
Janell Wheaton, San Dimas (University of Florida)
Amanda Sanchez, Bishop Amat (University of Missouri)
Brooke Clemetson, Charter Oak (Cal State Fullerton)
Alexis Gonzalez, West Covina (Fairleigh Dickinson University, NJ)
Alicia Brown, Glendora (Loyola Marymount)
Rachel Macias, South Hills (Morningside College, Siuox City, IA)
Dana Chavez, Los Altos (South Dakota State)
Shianne Brannan, Chino Hills (Cal State Fullerton)
Trish Parks, Chino Hills (University of Arizona)
Alyssa Mendez, Chino Hills (University of Nevada, Reno)
Marissa Thornburg, South HIlls (Ashford University, IA)
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Sydney Bast, St. Lucy’s (UC Santa Barbara)
Veronica LaPierre, St. Lucy’s (Portland State)
Sarah Bruchet, St. Lucy’s (UC Riverside)
Erin Clark, Ayala, (Portland State)
Janie Feldscher, Claremont (University of Pacific)
Genessee Tate, South Hills (Concordia University)
Mallory Beard, Chino Hills (Hampton University)
WRESTLING
Bryan Salinas, Northview (Cal Poly, SLO)
GILS BASKETBALL
Nikki Wheatley, Bonita, (UNLV)
Kandyce Smith, Bonita (UNLV)
GIRLS WATER POLO
Jessica Ybarra, Ayala (Fresno Pacific)
Natalie Rivas, Bonita (Virginia Military Institute)
Samantha Snow, Upland (Arizona State)
GYMNASTICS
Chanen Raygoza, San Dimas (Penn State)
GIRLS GOLF
Brooke Miller, Diamond Bar (Drake University)
GIRLS SOCCER
Mikayla Flores, Bonita (University of Texas)

BASEBALL SIGNEES
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SOFTBALL SIGNEES
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GIRLS VOLLEYBALL SIGNEES
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MORE SIGNEES
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Rosemead, Pomona trying to rebound from championship losses

STORY: The objective is the same for Rosemead and Pomona high schools: recover emotionally in time for Friday night after disappointing losses last week.
The Panthers and Red Devils meet in arguably the toughest first-round match-up of the Mid-Valley Division playoffs. Kickoff is 7 p.m. at Pomona High.
Both teams enter the postseason off emotional losses last week in their respective league championship games.

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Mid-Valley Division Bracketology: Get ready for 2009 all over again, San Dimas will end Monrovia’s four-peat quest

saintsMid-Valley Division Predictions, first round is on Friday …
MID-VALLEY DIVISION
Top Bracket

Sierra Canyon at No. 1 Monrovia, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Monrovia); Aram (M-Town)
Northview at Montebello, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Montebello); Aram (Montebello)
Rosemead at Pomona, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Rosemead); Aram (Paramomead)
La Canada at No. 4 Paraclete, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Paraclete); Aram (Clete)
Bottom Bracket
Gabrielino at No. 3 San Dimas, 7 p.m. — Robledo (SDimas); Aram (SD)
Bell Gardens at San Marino, 7 p.m. — Robledo (San Marino); Aram (SM)
Schurr at View point, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Viewpoint); Aram (Schurr)
Baldwin Park at Arroyo, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Arroyo); Aram (Arroyo)
Quarterfinals
Monrovia vs. Montebello
Rosemead vs. Paraclete
San Dimas vs. San Marino
Viewpoint vs. Arroyo
Semifinals
Monrovia vs. Paraclete
San Dimas vs. Arroyo
Finals
Monrovia vs. San Dimas
Champion: San Dimas
Explanation: Saints coach Bill Zernickow is not going to like this, but after going against the Saints in every big game this season, I’m taking them in the huge upset over Monrovia. Love how they’re playing and how they smacked Pomona in the VVL title game. And they’ve shocked the Mid-Valley before. Before Monrovia was the three-time defending champion, they were the BillyCats team that couldn’t win the big one, losing to San Dimas in the 2009 championship game, 12-7. That loss made Monrovia 0-9 in championship games before running off three straight titles, which is incredible too. If Monrovia wins a fourth straight, they will be the first Valley team to win four straight championships since Temple City’s magical run in the 70s, when it reeled off four straight from 1970-73, and seven titles during a 10-year stretch. San Dimas, since 2009, has played Monrovia well, going 3-4. Monrovia beat San Dimas 26-13 earlier in the year. But remember 2009, Monrovia did the same thing and San Dimas came back and beat Monrovia in the title game. Nobody in the Mid-Valley knows the blueprint better than Zernickow for pulling the upset, and yes, it will be a mammoth upset.

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Southeast Division Bracketology: Muir gets to the finals, but nobody’s touching La Serna. Got that, nobody.

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Southeast Division Predictions, first round is on Friday …
SOUTHEAST DIVISION
TOP BRACKET

West Covina at No. 1 Norwalk, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Norwalk); Aram (Norwalk)
El Rancho at Dominguez, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Dominguez); Aram (Dominguez)
Paramount at Los Altos, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Los Altos); Aram (Paramount)
La Mirada at No. 4 Muir — Robledo (Muir); Aram (LM)
BOTTOM BRACKET
Burroughs at No. 3 La Serna, 7 p.m. — Robledo (La Serna); Aram (LS)
Diamond Bar at Downey, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Diamond Bar); Aram (Downey)
Mayfair at Burbank, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Burbank); Aram (Mayfair)
Santa Fe at No. 2 Diamond Ranch, 7 p.m. — Robledo (DRanch); Aram (DR)
Quarterfinals
Norwalk vs. Dominguez
Los Altos vs. Muir
La Serna vs. Diamond Bar
Burbank vs. Diamond Ranch
Semifinals
Muir vs. Norwalk
La Serna vs. Diamond Ranch
Finals
Muir vs. La Serna
Champion: La Serna
Explanation: I know, I know, Muir looked terrible in its finale squeezing out a win over Pasadena, and has a very tough first round game in La Mirada, then possibly Los Altos and undefeated Norwalk. But keep in mind, Muir’s only loss was to Alemany and athlete for athlete, player for player, they’re good enough to make a run to the finals, and it’s about time. The problem is, nobody is beating La Serna. Not Diamond Ranch or whoever comes out of the top bracket. They’re the most battled tested team there is, and after two trips to the finals and coming up short, who’s hungrier than them, or has the resume they do against quality teams? Nobody.

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Inland Division Bracketology: Upland woke up sleeping giant, Rancho Cucamonga is going all the way

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Inland Division Predictions, first round is on Friday …
INLAND DIVISION
Top Bracket

Los Osos at No. 1 Vista Murrieta, 7 p.m.
Yucaipa at Charter Oak, 7 p.m. — Robledo (COak); Aram (CO)
Redlands East Valley at Rancho Cucamonga, 7 p.m.
Great Oak at No. 2 Norco, 7 p.m.
Bottom Bracket
South Hills at No. 3 Upland, 7 p.
Corona Santiago at Eisenhower, 7 p.m.
Chino Hills at Chaparral, 7 p.m.
Etiwanda at No. 2 Corona Centennial, 7 p.m.
Quarterfinals
Vista Murrieta vs. Charter Oak
Rancho Cucamonga vs. Norco
Upland vs. Eisenhower
Chaparral vs. Corona Centennial
Semifinals
Vista Murrieta vs. Rancho Cucamonga
Upland vs. Corona Centennial
Finals
Rancho Cucamonga vs. Corona Centennial
Champion: Rancho Cucamonga
Explanation: I’m not going to try and explain how Upland ended Rancho Cucamonga’s undefeated season in Week 10, but what it probably did is making Rancho hungrier than ever. I know Vista and Centennial are the prohibitive favorites, but I smell an upset all the way to the San Gabriel Valley.

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Northwest Division Bracketology: Sorry Azusa, La Puente and Duarte, Final Four is probably out of reach

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Northwest Division Predictions, first round is on Friday …
NORTHWEST DIVISION
Top Bracket
Bishop Montgomery at No. 1 Oak Park, 7 p.m.
Cerritos Valley Christian at La Puente, 7 p.m.
Carpinteria at La Salle, 7 p.m.
Santa Paula at No. 4 El Segundo, 7 p.m.
Bottom Bracket
Bishop Diego at No. 3 North Torrance, 7 p.m.
Duarte at Maranatha, 7 p.m.
Torrance at Azusa, 7 p.m.
Verbum Dei at No. 2 Nordoff, 7 p.m.
Quarterfinals
Oak Park vs. La Puente
La Salle vs. El Segundo
North Torrance vs. Maranatha
Azusa vs. Nordoff
Semifinals
Oak Park vs. El Segundo
North Torrance vs. Nordoff
Finals
Oak Park vs. Nordoff
Champion: Oak Park

Explanation: Nothing like picking the chalk. Never seen Oak Park or Nordoff, but do realize that none of our locals, Maranatha, La Salle, La Puente, Azusa or Duarte are capable of winning the division. If any of our locals had a shot at reaching the semifinals, it’s probably La Salle or Azusa.

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Tribskin Pick’em: CIF first-round predictions, got Charter Oak, Diamond Bar, Azusa winning; West Covina, Pomona, South Hills going down

Aram Tolegian and I will go head-to-head picking football games throughout the season. He edged me out the past two seasons, but it’s not happening this year, not when we’re playing for a Slater’s 50-50 burger.

Aram Tolegian (16-2, last week); (155-58, season total)
Fred Robledo (15-3, last week); (155-58, season total)

boysindahoodLast Week: Aram picked up a game and we’re dead even heading into the playoffs. Aram and I split on Hacienda games. I won taking Los Altos over West Covina but he got one back taking Diamond Ranch over Bonita. We both lost taking Chino Hills over Damien, but Aram picked up one on me taking San Dimas over Pomona.

This Weeks: We’ll pick every game in each of the four divisions and in the next two days, I’ll make my predictions for each bracket.

Friday’s first-round CIF playoff and predictions
MID-VALLEY DIVISION
Top Bracket

Sierra Canyon at No. 1 Monrovia, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Monrovia); Aram (M-Town)
Northview at Montebello, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Montebello); Aram (Montebello)
Rosemead at Pomona, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Rosemead); Aram (Paramomead)
La Canada at No. 4 Paraclete, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Paraclete); Aram (Clete)
Bottom Bracket
Gabrielino at No. 3 San Dimas, 7 p.m. — Robledo (SDimas); Aram (SD)
Bell Gardens at San Marino, 7 p.m. — Robledo (San Marino); Aram (SM)
Schurr at View point, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Viewpoint); Aram (Schurr)
Baldwin Park at Arroyo, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Arroyo); Aram (Arroyo)

SOUTHEAST DIVISION
TOP BRACKET

West Covina at No. 1 Norwalk, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Norwalk); Aram (Norwalk)
El Rancho at Dominguez, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Dominguez); Aram (Dominguez)
Paramount at Los Altos, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Los Altos); Aram (Paramount)
La Mirada at No. 4 Muir — Robledo (Muir); Aram (LM)
BOTTOM BRACKET
Burroughs at No. 3 La Serna, 7 p.m. — Robledo (La Serna); Aram (LS)
Diamond Bar at Downey, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Diamond Bar); Aram (Downey)
Mayfair at Burbank, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Burbank); Aram (Mayfair)
Santa Fe at No. 2 Diamond Ranch, 7 p.m. — Robledo (DRanch); Aram (DR)

INLAND DIVISION
Top Bracket

Los Osos at No. 1 Vista Murrieta, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Vista); Aram (VM)
Yucaipa at Charter Oak, 7 p.m. — Robledo (COak); Aram (CO)
Redlands East Valley at Rancho Cucamonga, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Rancho); Aram (RC)
Great Oak at No. 2 Norco, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Norco); Aram (N)
Bottom Bracket
South Hills at No. 3 Upland, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Upland); Aram (The U)
Corona Santiago at Eisenhower, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Eisenhower); Aram (Santiago)
Chino Hills at Chaparral, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Chaparral); Aram (Chaparral)
Etiwanda at No. 2 Corona Centennial, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Corona); Aram (Cent)

NORTHWEST DIVISION
Top Bracket

Bishop Montgomery at No. 1 Oak Park, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Oak Park); Aram (OP)
Cerritos Valley Christian at La Puente, 7 p.m. — Robledo (La Puente); Aram (LP)
Carpinteria at La Salle, 7 p.m. — Robledo (La Salle); Aram (Carp)
Santa Paula at No. 4 El Segundo, 7 p.m. — Robledo (El Segundo); Aram (SP)
Bottom Bracket
Bishop Diego at No. 3 North Torrance, 7 p.m. — Robledo (NTorrance); Aram (BD)
Duarte at Maranatha, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Maranatha); Aram (Maranatha)
Torrance at Azusa, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Azusa); Aram (Azusa)
Verbum Dei at No. 2 Nordoff, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Nordoff); Aram (Nordstroms)

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