Friday Final: Trinity jinx? Forget it, La Mirada slays Orange Lutheran, 21-14

La Mirada running back Nick Hernandez (34) breaks a tackle as they play Orange Lutheran in their non-league game at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa on Friday August 26, 2016 (Photo by Keith Durflinger/Whittier Daily News)

La Mirada running back Nick Hernandez (34) breaks a tackle as they play Orange Lutheran in their non-league game at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa on Friday August 26, 2016 (Photo by Keith Durflinger/Whittier Daily News)

By Stephen Ramirez
@SteveRRamirez on Twitter

COSTA MESA — It’s hard to imagine a win in a season opener matching what La Mirada High accomplished last season by winning CIF Southern Section and CIF State Bowl championships.But Friday might be the exception.The Matadores, outscored 118-15 in two games against Trinity League foes last year, enjoyed that championship feeling after scoring a 21-14 victory over Orange Lutheran at Orange Coast College.The host Lancers began the season ranked No. 14 in the state by MaxPreps.com.Nick Hernandez led the Matadores with 177 yards and scored the game-winner on a 4-yard run with 6:54 left in the fourth quarter.

“As bad as this sounds, we made so many mistakes offensively,” La Mirada coach Mike Moschetti said. “But these kids battled and battled through it. I’m proud of these kids, I’m proud of this program. We worked extremely hard for this. It was our goal back in January to come out and play well against Orange Lutheran.”
Orange Lutheran led 14-7 at halftime, but La Mirada got back in it when RJ Lan pressured Orange Lutheran quarterback Ryan Hilinski, resuting in a Chad Wilson’ 56-yard interception return for a touchdown to tie the score 14-14 with 5:37 left in the third quarter.
La Mirada then went 74 yards in the fourth quarter to win it. The 15-play drive was helped by a 17-yard run by RJ Lan on a fake punt.
Hernandez and Gabe Barba, who had a 17-yard run inside the Lancers’ 17, did the rest, with Hernandez running it in from the 4 for the lead.
La Mirada then stopped two drives by Orange Lutheran before running out the clock.
“We were going to go after this game,” Moschetti said. “We weren’t going to play it timid. The fake punt was there, so we took it, and then our offensive line took over the game.”
Stan Berryhill led Orange Lutheran with five receptions for 120 yards and two scores. The second came on a 71-yard catch and run from Hilinski to give the Lancers the halftime edge at 14-7.
Earlier, La Mirada had tied it at 7 after Elijah Hicks returned a punt 50 yards to set up a 35-yard pass from Tristan Meyer to Jeremey Clark with 3:28 left in the half.
SCHURR 33, CAL 22
MONTEBELLO — Schurr High’s football team, ranked seventh in the CIF Southern Section Division 12 preseason poll, took an early lead and held on for the 33-22 victory over visiting California Friday night in the opening game of the season for both teams.Leading the way for Schurr was junior quarterback Miguel Aguero with 234 yards passing and one touchdown. Aguero was 9 of 14.
Schurr wide receiver Francisco Remigio had three receptions for 111 yards to lead all receivers. Noah Rangel led the Spartans on the ground with 98 yards on four carries and a 3-yard touchdown run. The junior also had two receptions for 44 yards.
Cal was led by senior running back Andrew Reyes with a game-high 169 yards on 25 carries for two touchdowns. He also had two 2-point-conversion runs for the Condors. Cal junior running back Christopher Lowden ran for 75 yards on 10 carries and a rushing touchdown.
— John Sherrard
ROUNDUP: Montebello opens with big win
MONTEBELLO 40, EL MONTE 6

Montebello High School needed only one big play to stifle any hopes that El Monte might put together a rally in the season opener for both teams on Friday night.
The Lions scored with 39 seconds left in the half, Andrew Ramos completing an 8-yard pass to Sal Chavez, to cut the Oilers’ early lead to 13 points. The Oilers scored 19 seconds later and had the game’s final 19 points in a 40-6 nonleague victory.
The Oilers returned the Lions’ kickoff after the TD 45 yards and Gabriel Tapia threw a 33-yard TD pass to Isaiah Garcia.
Tapia completed 11 of 18 passes for 150 yards, both to Garcia. He had five catches for 91 yards 2 TDs. Kristopher Rodriguez rushed for 91 and a TD and recovered a fumble in the end zone.
Ramon Preciado returned an intercepetion 75 yards for a score.
— Teren Guerra
WHITTIER 16, SONORA 0
Despite a slow start, Whittier took advantage of four turnovers and used two 1-yard touchdown runs from Alex Retana to blank the Raiders at California High.
Retana got Whittier on the board with 54 seconds remaining in the third quarter on a fourth-and-goal play from the 1-yard line.
Less than four minutes later, Whittier took over deep in Sonora territory, thanks to a bad punt snap and Retana scored again from 1 yard out.
Jorge Vazquez capped the Whittier scoring with a 27-yard field goal.
Alan Soto, Raymond Yrigoyen, Aaron McClain and Juan Santos all picked off Sonora quarterback Trent Rodriguez.
Dylan Salcido completed 12 of 22 passes for the Cardinals and rushed for a game-high 76 yards on 11 carries. Salcido recovered a Rodriguez fumble and brought it back for what would have been an 80-yard touchdown, but a penalty nullified the score.
Retana finished with 25 yards on five carries, including the two scores and caught one pass for 16 yards.
Vazquez was hurt after making the field goal and did not come out for the extra-point attempt after Retana’s second score of the night.
Rodriguez completed just 7 of 22 passes for 45 yards, was picked off four times and lost a fumble.
Ethan Cook led Sonora (0-1) with 73 yards on 12 carries.
— Brian Reed-Baitto
WHITTIER CHRISTIAN 48, BISHOP 29
Quinn Commans and Cade McGee put on quite a show in the Heralds’ season opener at Whittier College.
Commans threw four touchdown passes to McGee, 40, 85, 56 and 13 yards, the last two to help the Heralds take a 12-point lead in the fourth quarter.
Justin Osborn gave Whittier Christian a 26-22 lead with 15 seconds left in the third quarter. Commans’ 56-yarder to McGee made it 33-22, Bishop scored to make it 33-29 and McGee caught a 13-yard score two minutes after his 56-yarder to get the lead to 12.
Commans also threw a fifth TD pass and rushed for a score.
— Staff report
CATHEDRAL 40, SANTA FE 15
The Phantoms jumped to a 27-0 lead and cruised to the nonleague victory at Pioneer High.
Chris Ramsey threw a pair of touchdown passes for the Chiefs.
— Staff Report
LA COSTA CANYON 30, LA SERNA 21
The host Mavericks rallied for 16 points in the fourth quarter to rally from a 21-14 deficit.
Alfonso Ibanez scored on a 98-yard run and Justin Moreno threw a TD pass.
— Staff Report
LA HABRA 42, EL TORO 34
Eli Anderson rushed for 124 yards and four touchdowns and Zach Fogel threw for 181 yards as the Highlanders won a shootout.
— Staff Report
OTHER SCORES
Cantwell-Sacred Heart 21, Glendale 13
Norwalk 23, El Rancho 12
Artesia 26, Pioneer 14
Del Oro 44, St. Paul 20

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Get your 2016 PrepXtra Football Preview Magazine Wednesday, or read online in Whittier Daily

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Click to read online: The 2016 Prep Xtra Football Preview magazine will be distributed on Wednesday, Aug. 24, in home subscription delivery for the Pasadena Star-News, Whittier Daily News and San Gabriel Valley Tribune. Copies can also be purchased at newsracks throughout the San Gabriel Valley and Whittier areas, and can be purchased in person at 605 E. Huntington Drive, Monrovia, Suite 100, 91016.

ALL STORIES BELOW POSTED ONLINE, CLICK HERE
Cover Story: Armed and ready, Northview quarterback Steven Comstock, St. Francis’ Michael Bonds and La Mirada’s Tristan Meyer are ready to show their stuff.
Aram Tolegian’s preview column: The War on Football … Despite the risks, the game teaches virtues on a big stage.
Best games to watch: A week-by-week look at the best games to watch in the San Gabriel Valley.
Schedules: Team schedules with address and starting times.
Rankings: San Gabriel Valley Tribune Top 5:
Preseason All-Area: San Gabriel Valley Tribune offense and defense.
Rankings: Pasadena Star-News Tribune Top 5:
Preseason All-Area: Pasadena Star-News offense and defense.
Rankings: Whittier Daily News Top 5:
Preseason All-Area: Whittier Daily News offense and defense.

League-By-League Previews
Almont League
Angelus League
Baseline League
Del Rio League
Freeway League
Palomares League
Miramonte League
Mission Valley League
Montview League
Olympic League
Pacific League
Prep League
Rio Hondo League
Mission League
Hacienda League
South Catholic League
Suburban League
Valle Vista League

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Volleyball’s CIF-SS placements

Here are what CIF Southern Section divisions the 76 San Gabriel Valley area volleyball teams have been formatted into for the playoffs this season:
Division 1
Flintridge Sacred Heart (26-9 last year) Tied for first in Mission League, lost in first round of 1AA playoffs
Division 2
Mayfield (22-4) first in Prep League, lost in 2AA quarters
St. Lucy’s (14-15) third in Baseline League, lost in first round of 1A
Division 3
Glendora (20-8) first in Palomares League, lost in 2A quarters
La Canada (11-17) tied for third in Rio Hondo League
La Salle (15-9) third in Del Rey League, lost first round in 1AA
Pasadena Poly (7-10) tied for third in Prep League, lost in first round of 2AA
South Pasadena (21-4) first in Rio Hondo League (3) lost in second round of 2AA
Whittier Christian (23-10) third in Olympic League, lost in second round of 2AA
Division 4
Arcadia (13-11) second in Pacific League, lost in first round of 2A
Bonita (24-11) second in Palomares League, lost in second round of 2A
Diamond Bar (7-19) sixth in Palomares League
Los Altos (18-12) tied for first in Hacienda League, lost in second round of 2A
Monrovia (19-11) second in Rio Hondo League, lost in second round of 2AA
Pasadena (7-9) tied for fifth in Pacific League
Sonora (17-10) second in Freeway League, lost in first round of 2A
Westridge (22-6) second in Prep League, lost in quarters of 2AA
Division 5
California (13-9) tied for second in Del Rio League, lost in first round of 3AA
La Habra (5-13) fourth in Freeway League
La Serna (19-7) first in Del Rio League, lost in second round of 3AA
Maranatha (20-11) second in Olympic League, lost in second round of 2AA
Rio Hondo Prep (7-9) fourth in Prep League
San Gabriel (27-5-1) first in Almont League, lost in 3A quarters
San Marino (21-8-2) tied for third in Rio Hondo League, lost in first round of 2AA
South Hills (13-15) fifth in Palomares League
Temple City (6-14) fifth in Rio Hondo League
Walnut (10-6) third in Hacienda League, lost in first round of 2A
Division 6
Charter Oak (10-13) tied for fourth in Hacienda League
Diamond Ranch (20-5) tied for first in Hacienda League, lost in second round of 2A
El Rancho (5-19) tied for fourth in Del Rio League
Flintridge Prep (3-15-2) fifth in Prep League
Gabrielino (23-5) first in Mission Valley League, lost in first round of 3A
La Mirada (12-11-1) fourth in Suburban League, lost in first round of 3AA
Montebello (12-8) third in Almont League, lost in second round of 3A
Pioneer (14-9) tied for second in Del Rio League, lost in first round of 3AA
Santa Fe (5-12) tied for fourth in Del Rio League
West Covina (14-13) tied for fourth in Hacienda League
Division 7
Alhambra (7-15) fifth in Almont League
Arroyo sixth in Mission Valley League
Covina (15-12) third in Valle Vista League lost in second round of 3A
El Monte (17-11) second in Mission Valley League, lost in first round of 3A
Keppel (2-14) sixth in Almont League
Muir (0-16) Eighth in Pacific League; not eligible for playoffs
Nogales (10-11) fourth in Valle Vista League
Northview (14-9) first in Valle Vista League, lost in first round of 3A
San Dimas (4-20) fifth in Valle Vista League
Schurr (6-10) fourth in Almont League
St Paul (24-10) tied for first in Camino Real League, lost in second round of 4AA
Whittier (5-20) sixth in Del Rio League
Wilson (14-7) second in Valle Vista League, lost in first round of 3A
Division 8
Azusa (17-11) third in Montview League, lost in second round of 4A
Cantwell-Sacred Heart (12-16) fifth in Camino Real League
Duarte (22-8) second in Montview League, lost in quarters of 4A
Gladstone (28-7) first in Montview League, lost in semis of 4A
Marshall (2-16) seventh in Mission Valley League
Mountain View (13-9) third in Mission Valley League, lost in first round of 3A
Rosemead (4-17) fifth in Mission Valley League
Rowland (3-24) sixth in Valle Vista League
San Gabriel Mission (11-5) first in Horizon League, lost in second round of 4A
South El Monte (9-9) fourth in Mission Valley League, lost in first round of 3A
Division 9
Alverno (3-7) fifth in Horizon League
Baldwin Park (8-9) fourth in Miramonte League
Bassett (11-9) first in Miramonte League, lost in second of 4A
Edgewood (15-6) fourth in Miramonte League, lost in first round of 4A
La Puente (10-12) tied for second in Miramonte League, lost in first round of 4A
Ramona Convent (6-8) third in Horizon League, lost in first round of 4A
San Gabriel Academy (26-5) first in Westside League, lost in 5AA quarters
Sierra Vista (2-13) tied for fifth in Miramonte League
Workman (4-13) tied for fifth in Miramonte League
Division 10
AGBU (4-12) fifth in Westside League
Blair (0-10) sixth in Rio Hondo League, not eligible for playoffs
La Verne Lutheran (7-13) fifth in Express League
Southlands Christian (11-13) fourth in Express League, lost in second rounf of 5A
Southwestern Academy (5-11) fourth in International League
Waverly (4-7) third in International League, lost in first round of 5A

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OK, I’m back from vacation…now time to talk football!

(Photo Correspondent by Shilah Montiel/ Whittier Daily News)

(Photo Correspondent by Shilah Montiel/ Whittier Daily News)


OK, I’m back from vacation, so it’s time to talk football! Let’s start by looking at this season’s week-by-week area schedule. I’ve also added what I think might be the games of the week at this time. Of course that’s fluid as the season progresses, it can change. But for now, here’s the list:

GAMES OF THE WEEK
Week 0 — La Mirada at Orange Lutheran, Friday, Aug. 26
Week 1 — Montebello at St. Paul, Friday, Sept. 2
Week 2 — La Mirada at Mater Dei, Friday, Sept. 9
Week 3 — St. Francis at La Serna, Friday, Sept. 16
Week 4 — Colony at La Habra, Friday, Sept. 23
Week 5 — San Dimas at California, Thursday, Sept. 29
Week 6 — Cathedral at St. Paul, Friday, Oct. 7
Week 7 — Montebello at Schurr, Friday, Oct. 14
Week 8 — La Habra at Buena Park, Friday, Oct. 21
Week 9 — La Serna at California, Friday, Oct. 28
Week 10 – St. Francis at St. Paul, Friday, Nov. 4

WEEK BY WEEK SCHEDULE
WEEK 0

Friday, Aug. 26
California at Schurr, 7 p.m.
Cathedral at Santa Fe, 7 p.m.
St. Paul at Del Oro, 7:30 p.m
El Monte at Montebello, 7 p.m.
El Toro at La Habra, 7 p.m.
Glendale at Cantwell-Sacred Heart, 7 p.m.
La Mirada vs. Orange Lutheran at Orange Coast College, 7 p.m.
Norwalk at El Rancho, 7 p.m.
Sonora vs. Whittier at California High, 7 p.m.
Bishop vs. Whittier Christian at Whittier College, 7 p.m.
La Serna at La Costa Canyon, 7 p.m.
WEEK 1 Continue reading

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All-Area Softball: La Habra’s Janelle Rodriguez is 2016 Player of the Year

Janelle Rodriguez from La Habra High School was selected as the Whittier Daily News All-Area Girls Softball Player of the Year on Tuesday June 14, 2016. (Photo by Keith Durflinger/Whittier Daily News)

Janelle Rodriguez from La Habra High School was selected as the Whittier Daily News All-Area Girls Softball Player of the Year on Tuesday June 14, 2016. (Photo by Keith Durflinger/Whittier Daily News)


By Stephen Ramirez
La Habra’s Janelle Rodriguez began the season as one of the top dual-threat players in the area.
An injury took away part of her game halfway through 2016, but like most elite athletes, she found away to adapt, helping the Highlanders become one of the top teams in the state.
For her efforts, Rodriguez is 2016 Whittier Daily News softball player of the year.

“Janelle was one of the leaders for this team,” La Habra coach Steve Harrington said. “(She) is going to find a way to contribute and be successful no matter what she plays,”
The junior, who has committed to Cal State Fullerton, did that often this season. Before re-suffering a back injury, she was one of the top pitchers in the area, winning 11 of 12 games with a 1.44 ERA. She also had 71 strikeouts in 63 innings.
But after the injury pushed her out of the circle, she still found a way to contribute, hitting .321 with 14 RBIs. Rodriguez also had some big hits to keep the Highlanders ranked in the state top 5 for much of the season.
“I knew I couldn’t make it (in the circle) to help my team,” Rodriguez said. “But we had Hannah Johnson and Harley Wells (to step in), They both were amazing in the circle for us. They kept (the scores) down. I knew since I couldn’t make it work (in the circle), I had to come up with my bat and on the field, playing third. I pretty much stuck to what I was taught (and performed).
“I’ve always been a good hitter and played other positions (other than pitcher), so there really (wasn’t an adjustment).”
Rodriguez came up big in the playoffs to help La Habra advance to the CIF Southern Section semifinals for the third time in five seasons, but their first since 2013. She had a home run and four RBIs in an 8-4 victory over Redlands East Valley in the second round.
The Highlanders, who lost in the Division 2 semifinals to Valley View, enjoyed one of their better seasons, finishing 29-2, with 26 consecutive victories and another Freeway League title. They also were ranked No. 7 in the state by MaxPreps.com.
“This season was unforgettable,” Rodriguez said. “It was my best season. Our team chemistry was amazing. Overall, it was amazing.
“Coach Harrington came in and he changed the whole softball environment for us. He was pretty much the reason we started winning. We made it work.”
COACH OF THE YEAR: STEVE HARRINGTON, LA HABRAHARRINGTON
Steve Harrington was the X-factor for the La Habra High School softball team this season.
Harrington, in his first season with the Highlanders, took over one of the top programs in the area and transformed it into the one of the best of the state.
La Habra finished 29-2, won the Freeway League title and advanced to the CIF-SS Division 2 semifinals. The Highalnders, who won 26 consecutive games before being eliminated at Valley View in late May. They were ranked in the state top 10 for much of the season before finishing at No. 7. by MaxPreps.com.
For his efforts, Harrington in Whittier Daily News softball coach of the year.
“It was an incredible run,” said Harrington, who won a Division 2 title at El Modena in 2008 and a Division IV title at Chaminade in 1999. “The girls really transformed from what they were (in 2015). They really took to the system, played very well and played their hearts out. I was really proud of their accomplishment.
“I was really blessed to have talented athletes who were willing to learn and sacrifice their time for their school. It’s one of the best group of kids I’ve been associated with.”
FIRST TEAM
HANNAH JOHNSON, LA HABRA, JUNIOR, PITCHER
JOHNSON
Johnson began the season as the Highlanders No. 2 pitcher but took over ace duties when a back injury limited Janelle Rodriguez. She didn’t let down, going 14-1 with a 0.98 ERA to help La Habra to the Freeway League title and advance to the CIF-SS semifinals. She also had 92 strikeouts in 100 innings and was All-Freeway League.
EMILEE LEONARD, ST. PAUL, SENIOR, PITCHERLEONARD
Leonard helped the Swordsmen to another solid season, which included a second-place finish in the tough Del Rey League. She went 12-5 with a 2.29 ERA. The senior had 97 strikeouts in 107 innings and beat rival Bishop Amat twice. Offensively, Leonard hit .300 with 10 RBIs and six doubles. She was first team All-Del Rey League.
NIKKI BUTLER, LA HABRA, SENIOR, CATCHERBUTLER
Butler, who signed with New Mexico State, was the glue that held the Highlanders together. She played a big role in La Habra being ranked in Cal-Hi Sports top 10 for much of the season en route to winning the Freeway League title and advancing to the CIF-SS semifinals for the third time in five seasons. She hit .321 with 16 RBIs and did not make an error. She was first team All-CIF-SS Division 2 and Freeway League MVP.
VICTORIA ALVAREZ, MONTEBELLO, JUNIOR, INFIELDALVAREZ
Alvarez was one of the top hitters in the area and played a pivotal role in the Oilers winning the Almont League title and being one of two area teams to reach the CIF-SS second round. The junior hit .468 with 34 RBIs and scored 36 runs. She led the area with 10 home runs. She had 28 extra-base hits. Alvarez was first team All-CIF-SS Division 5.
DOM MEJIA, LA SERNA, JUNIOR, INFIELDMEJIA
Meijia, one of the few holdovers from the Lancers’ 2015 CIF-SS championship team, was solid offensively and helped La Serna rebound from a slow start to win nine of their final 13 games to make the playoffs and finish second in the Del Rio League. Meija hit .412 with 23 RBIs and scored 11 runs. She also had 14 extra-base hits, including nine doubles.
MARISSA MONTESDEOCA, CAL, JUNIOR, INFIELD, INFIELDMONTE
Montesdeoca led the Condors to their first league title in three seasons. She hit .446 with 15 RBIs and scored 14 runs. The junior also four doubles as the Condors went 16-13. They lost in the first round of the Division 3 playoffs. Montesdeoca was All-Del Rio League.
MADISON BOGDANOVICH, LA MIRADA, SOPHOMORE, INFIELDBOG
Bogdanovich played a big role in the Matadores earning a piece of the Suburban League title, La Mirada’s first since 2012. The sophomore, who also had some big clutch hits, hit .393 with 18 RBIs and scored 20 runs. She also had 11 extra-base hits, including five home runs. Bogdanovich was first team All-CIF-SS Division 3.
KIRA CAULEY, LA HABRA, JUNIOR, OUTFIELDCAULEY
Cauley was the engine that made the Highlanders go and helped La Habra to the CIF-SS semifinals. She hit .479 with 18 RBIs and 17 stolen bases. The junior went 3 for 3 with three stolen bases and scored three runs in a 4-2 win over Rio Mesa in the quarterfinals. She was first team All-CIF-SS Division 2 and first All-Freeway League.
NIKKI BARROW, LA MIRADA, SENIOR, OUTFFIELDBARS
Barrow was part of the Matadores’ triple-threat, which also included Madison Bogdanovich and Marissa Velez. The trio paved the way for La Mirada to finish 17-13 overall and 9-3 in league play. She keyed one of the area’s best offensive attacks, hitting a team-high .407 with 10 RBIs and scored 21 runs. She was All-Suburban League.
NIA CARTER, ST. PAUL, FRESHMAN, OUTFIELDCARTER
Carter filled the gap left open from 2015 graduations to help the Swordsmen to the playoffs. St. Paul finished second in the Del Rey League behind rival Bishop Amat, but it won 2-1 in the season series. Carter’s contribution was a .456 batting average to go along with 18 RBIs and scored 22 runs. She had nine extra-base hits and was first team All-Del Rey League.
HAILEY GALLEGOS, WHITTIER CHR., FRESHMAN, UTILITYGALLEGOS2
Gallegos had a break-out year in her first high school season. The freshman, who has already committed to Texas A&M, hit .519 with 23 RBIs and scored seven runs. She also had nine extra-base hits, including six doubles and she struck out just three times in 62 trips to the plate.
SECOND TEAM
Pitcher: Analyse Garcia, Santa Fe, So.
Pitcher: Alexis Bonilla, La Mirada, So.
Catcher: Jaclyn Macias, Cal, Jr.
Infielder: Janessa Lozano, El Rancho, Sr.
Infielder: Jeanelle Medina, Santa Fe, Sr.
Infielder: Chelsea Purcell, Sonora, Sr.
Infielder: Sienna Perez, Schurr, Jr.
Outfielder: Anjelica Lopez, La Serna, Sr.
Outfielder: Samanatha Rivas, St. Paul, Jr.
Outfielder: Marissa Velez, La Mirada, Jr.
Utility: Frankie Martinez, La Habra, Sr.
HONORABLE MENTION
Tatum Anzaldo, St. Paul, Fr.
Sydney Kreimann, St. Paul, Sr.
Brittany Gonzalez, Montebello, Sr.
Skiela Martinez, Cal, Sr.
Alexiss Ponce, Santa Fe, Sr.
Stephanie Jimenez, Santa Fe, So
Alyssa Olague, Whittier, Sr.
Claudia Kim, Sonora, So.
Madison Gimpl, Sonora, Sr.
Justice Sharp, Cal, Sr.
FINAL TOP TEN
1. La Habra (29-2)
2. St. Paul (18-9)
3. Montebello (15-13)
4. La Mirada (17-13)
5. California (16-13)
6. Sonora (12-11)
7. La Serna (12-16)
8. Schurr (18-8)
9. Santa Fe (16-13)
10. El Rancho (12-12)
LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Almont: Montebello
Del Rey: Bishop Amat
Del Rio: California
Freeway: La Habra
Olympic: Heritage Christian
Suburban: La Mirada, Norwalk, Mayfair

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