As we hit the halfway point of the league season, there are quite a few important games taking place today. Here’s a few. If I missed one, please add it here.
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I guess Monday was a bad day to take off as St. Paul football coach Marijon Ancich announced he would retire after the 2011 season, his third such retirement from St. Paul during his coaching tenure.
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There’s little question the top area boys basketball game tonight and maybe of this entire week will be played at 7 when Daily News’ No. 4-ranked Whittier High School (12-7 overall, 2-0 in league) travels to No. 3-ranked La Serna (11-5, 2-0) in a key Del Rio League showdown.
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St. Paul High School girls basketball coach Robert Miller said the Del Rey League would be a battle and he wasn’t kidding. The Swordsmen lost three nonleague games in 17 attempts, entering last week’s league opener with a stellar 15-3 mark.
Two games into league play and the Swordsmen are 0-2 after a 64-37 defeat at Bishop Amat on Thursday.
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There weren’t two more hotter boys soccer teams heading into Thursday than El Rancho and California High School, the only two area squads with double digit wins.
El Rancho (13-1 overall, 3-0 in league) took a small but significant step toward another Del Rio League title by defeating California 3-1.
“We were ready for this game, no doubt,” El Rancho junior forward Francisco Lara said. “We have a real good team and we’ve beaten California the last few years, so we had to come out strong.”
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