Mid-Valley Predictions: A return to the top for Paraclete

Can Montebello make a dent? (San Gabriel Valley Tribune/Staff Photo by Keith Durflinger

Can Montebello make a dent?
(San Gabriel Valley Tribune/Staff Photo by Keith Durflinger

Trying to predict the future is never easy, but that is what makes the playoffs fun, right?
So, here are my picks for the CIF-SS divisions that feature local teams. Here is a look at the Mid-Valley Division

MID-VALLEY DIVISION
Seeds: 1. Paraclete (7-3), 2. Sierra Canyon (9-1), 3. Pomona (6-4), 4. Northview (8-2)
Local: Montebello (6-4*)
*-includes forfeit win over Arroyo
First Round
Paraclete
Azusa
Montebello
Northview
Pomona
San Dimas
Rosemead
Sierra Canyon
Quarterfinals
Paraclete
Northview
Pomona
Sierra Canyon
Semifinals
Paraclete
Pomona
Finals
Paraclete
Notes: Paraclete has been solid in this division, with one title and advancing to the finals last season. The Spirits have the horses to make the next step this season, although a Northview-Paraclete semifinal would be classic. Montebello might find the bracket just as difficult as its nonleague slate, but I like Oilers int he first round. Pomona seems to have too much athleticism for the bottom of the bracket. But I wonder if Pomona makes the final and the title game is at Antelope Valley College, would PUSD allow them to make the trip?

Facebook Twitter Reddit Tumblr Email

Southeast Division predictions: It should be Golden for St. Francis

Who can beat these guys?

Who can beat these guys?

Trying to predict the future is never easy, but that is what makes the playoffs fun, right?
So, here are my picks for the CIF-SS divisions that feature local teams. Here is a look at the Southeast Division.

SOUTHEAST DIVISION
SEEDS: 1. St. Francis (10-0), 2. La Mirada (9-1), 3. Cathedral (9-1), 4. Crescenta Valley (10-0)
Locals: La Mirada, La Serna (8-2), California (6-4), El Rancho (8-2), La Mirada (9-1).
WINNERS
First Round

St. Francis
La Serna
Norwalk
Crescenta Valley
Cathedral
Downey
El Rancho
La Mirada
Quarterfinals
St. Francis
Crescenta Valley
Cathedral
La Mirada
Semifinals
St. Francis
La Mirada
Finals
La Mirada
NOTES: This looks like St. Francis’ bracket to win, although the Golden Knights can expect trouble from La Mirada. The best matchup might be an El Ranch-La Mirada showdown in the quarterfinals, but the Mats might have enough. La Mirada vs. St. Francis in the final would be epic. It likely also would be a spot in the the state playoffs.

Facebook Twitter Reddit Tumblr Email

CIF-SS water polo matchups

Tuesday’s wild-card games
Division 3
San Marino at Vista Murrieta
Aliso Niguel at Schurr, noon
Sage Hill at Alhambra
Division 5
Whittier at Glendora
Division 7
Sierra Vista vs. San Dimas at Glendora HS, 3 p.m.
Oxnard vs. La Puente at Los Altos, 5 p.m.
Nogales vs. Fontana at Arroyo Valley HS, 5 p.m.

Wednesday’s first-round games
Division 3
San Marino/Vista Murrieta winner at No. 1 Laguna Beach, 4 p.m.
Aliso Niguel/Schurr winner at Royal
Temple City at Yorba Linda
Brea vs. No. 4 Montebello at Schurr HS, 5 p.m.
Moorpark at La Canada
Sage Hill/Alhambra winner at No. 2 Murrieta Valley
Division 5
Walnut at Riverside Poly
El Rancho at No. 4 Redlands
Whittier/Glendora winner at No. 3 Los Altos
Palm Springs/Redlands East Valley winner vs. No. 2 La Serna at La Mirada Splash, 6:30 p.m.

Thursday’s first-round games
Division 2
El Toro at Damien
Division 4
Arroyo Grande vs. Flintridge Prep at Pasadena Poly, 3 p.m.
Division 7
La Sierra/Los Amigos winner at Baldwin Park
Sierra Vista/San Dimas winner at No. 4 San Gorgonio
Alta Loma/Ramona winner at No. 3 seed Rowland
Oxnard/La Puente winner at Rancho Alamitos
Nogales/Fontana winner at No. 2 Don Lugo

Facebook Twitter Reddit Tumblr Email

Football Pairings: La Mirada is No. 2 in Southeast; La Habra No. 3 in Southwest

Coach Mike Moschetti's La Mirada Matadores are seeded No. 2 in the Southeast Division.  (Photo by Keith Durflinger/Whittier Daily News)

Coach Mike Moschetti’s La Mirada Matadores are seeded No. 2 in the Southeast Division.
(Photo by Keith Durflinger/Whittier Daily News)

By Stephen Ramirez
steve.ramirez@langnews.com
@SteveRRamirez on Twitter

La Mirada High School has had quite a turnaround this season, rebounding from sub-par season a year ago to become one of the top teams in Southern California this fall.
The Matadores are expected to continue their rise in future weeks after receiving the No. 2 seed in the Southeast Division when the CIF-Southern Section released playoff pairings on Sunday.
Freeway League champion La Habra received the No. 3 seed in the Southwest Division.
Seven area teams qualified for the playoffs, topped by La Mirada, which went from 4-7 last season to 9-1 so far in 2014, including going undefeated in the Suburban League.
The Matadores’ reward?
How does facing 2013 Northeast Division champion Salesian sound?
La Mirada, which only loss was to Pac-5 Division qualifier Servite, will host the Mustangs (4-6) in Friday’s first round. The Mustangs finished fourth in the Angelus League and received the division’s only at-large spot.
The two teams also know a lot about each other. La Mirada practiced against Salesian during the summer.
“We’re excited,” La Mirada coach Mike Moschetti said. “They’re a really good team and we have a lot of respect for them, winning a CIF championship last year in a different division.
We’ve had a good year, but that’s past. It’s a one-game elimination now. You win, or you go home. We’re just excited to be playing. It’s going to be a great game on Friday.”
The first round is scheduled for Friday, with the finals set for Dec. 5-6. All games are 7:30 p.m. starts.
An all-area matchup could await the Matadores with a win. El Rancho (8-2), which won its first league title since the late 1990s with a Del Rio League crown, is opposite La Mirada in the bracket. The Dons host Burbank (7-3), which finished third in the Pacific League behind No. 4 seed Crescenta Valley and Muir.
Other area matchups in the division are La Serna (8-2) hosting Dominguez and California at San Gabriel Valley League champ Downey. La Serna, which finished second to El Rancho, has advanced to the finals the past three seasons, winning it last year.
La Habra (7-3), which found its comfort zone after a rugged nonleague season, is the No. 3 seed in the Southwest Division and will host Capistrano Valley (7-3) in the first round.
Montebello, which went 5-0 in the Almont League to improve to 6-4, is the lone area representative in the Mid-Valley Division. The Oilers drew La Puente and will host the Warriors on Friday.
La Puente is 7-3 and finished second to No. 3 seed Pomona. If the Oilers advance, a possible rematch vs. No. 4 seed Northview awaits them. The Vikings scored a 38-6 victory over Montebello on Sept. 4.
Cantwell-Sacred Heart is the lone entry in the Northwest Division. The Cardinals (8-2), who shared the South Catholic League title with Bishop Montgomery and Verbum Dei, host Arrowhead Christian, which was second on the Ambassador League. The Cardinals, with a win, could face top seed Maranatha in the second round.
AREA SCHEDULE
FRIDAY
SOUTHEAST DIVISION
Salesian at La Mirada
Burbank at El Rancho
California at Downey
Dominguez at La Serna
SOUTHWEST DIVISION
Capistrano Valley at La Habra
MID-VALLEY
La Puente at Montebello
NORTHWEST
Arrowhead at Cantwell-Sacred Heart
ALL GAMES BEGIN AT 7:30 P.M.
COMPLETE BRACKETS ON CIFSS.ORG

Facebook Twitter Reddit Tumblr Email

Tennis quarterfinals are set

Monday’s quarterfinals
All matches at 2 p.m. unless noted
Division 3
No. 4 Pasadena Poly at Long Beach Poly
Division 4
No. 1 Riverside Poly at Chino Hills
Rowland at Serrano
Division 5
Magnolia at No. 3 Maranatha

Friday’s second round
Division 1
No. 3 Mira Costa 12, San Marino 6
Division 2
No. 1 Valencia 10, Arcadia 8
Division 3
Long Beach Poly 11, Walnut 7
No. 4 Pasadena Poly 15, Rio Mesa 3
Division 4
No. 1 Riverside Poly 18, Rosemead 0
Chino Hills 13, Westminster La Quinta 5
Rowland 12, Keppel 6
No. 3 Garden Grove 12, Alhambra 6
Bishop Montgomery 12, Flintridge Sacred Heart 6
Los Osos 12, Wilson 6
No. 2 South Torrance 14, San Gabriel 4
Division 5
Thacher 14, Sierra Vista 4
No. 3 Maranatha 12, Montclair 6

Facebook Twitter Reddit Tumblr Email

St. Paul, Duarte earn volleyball playoff seeds

Tuesday’s first-round games
All matches at 7 p.m.
Division 1AA
La Salle at Los Alamitos
Palos Verdes at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy
Division 1A
No. 3 Chino Hills, bye
St. Lucy’s at El Toro
Division 2AA
West Torrance at South Pasadena
Paramount at Pasadena Poly
Whittier Christian at Santa Ana Calvary Chapel
Westridge at No. 4 Brea
Maranatha at No. 3 Laguna Beach
Monrovia at Esperanza
Mission College Prep at Mayfield
Costa Mesa at La Canada
Division 2A
Oak Hills at La Habra
Walnut at Palm Springs
Apple Valley at Arcadia
Diamond Ranch at Viewpoint
Burbank Burroughs at Glendora
Bonita at Los Altos
Division 3AA
El Rancho at No. 1 Sage Hill
Norwalk at La Serna
Santa Fe at Elsinore
Pioneer at Santa Monica
El Seguno at La Mirada
Crean Lutheran at California
Division 3A
El Monte at Wilson
Montebello at Santa Ynez
Lompoc at Gabrielino
Fairmont Prep at San Gabriel
South El Monte at Bell Gardens
Morro Bay at San Dimas
Covina at Webb
Rosemead at No. 2 Templeton
Division 4AA
Pomona Catholic at No. 4 Garden Grove
Colony at No. 3 St. Paul
Division 4A
Azusa at Bassett
Ramona Convent at Gladstone
Pomona at San Gabriel Mission
Boron at La Puente
No. 2 Duarte, bye
Division 5AA
Palm Valley at San Gabriel Academy
Division 5A
Waverly at Einstein Academy
Southwestern Academy at Immanuel Christian

Facebook Twitter Reddit Tumblr Email

Saturday Rewind: La Mirada wins Suburban; Cantwell takes piece of South Catholic

Sei-j Lauago of La Mirada breaks open a big run to set up the Matadores final score of the first half. The Matadores beat Norwalk Lancers, 35-21, to win the Suburban League title.  (Photo by Chris Burt/ for Press-Telegram)

Sei-j Lauago of La Mirada breaks open a big run to set up the Matadores final score of the first half. The Matadores beat Norwalk Lancers, 35-21, to win the Suburban League title.
(Photo by Chris Burt/ for Press-Telegram)

It was league championship Friday, and two of the area teams claimed respective league titles with wins. La Mirada won the Suburban League with a 35-21 win over Norwalk. Cantwell took a share of the South Catholic League with a 56-34 victory over Bishop Montgomery. The Cardinals are tri-champs with Bishop Montgomery and Verbum Dei, which beat St. Bernard. Cantwell won the coin flip and will be the league’s No. 1 playoff representative. Bishop Montgomery also advances, with Verbum Dei needing to apply for an at-large spot.
Below is this week’s rundown:
GAMES OF THE WEEK
LA MIRADA 35, NORWALK 21

LA MIRADA — Big plays helped carry La Mirada High into the Suburban League championship game on Friday night against Norwalk, and big plays were the difference for the Matadors offense in a 35-21 victory at La Mirada High.
La Mirada quarterback Christian Lara completed nine of his 12 pass attempts, and five of them were for touchdowns to four different receivers. The senior finished with 250 yards through the air, 180 in the first half, when the Matadores broke out to a 28-0 halftime lead. Norwalk’s running game controlled the clock in the second half, but the lead was insurmountable.
“I’m proud of these players, coaches and this community,” said La Mirada head coach Mike Moschetti, who has led his Matadores to five Suburban League titles in the last six years. Norwalk (7-3, 5-1) won it last season. This season, La Mirada (9-1, 6-0) is ranked No. 2 in the Southeast Division.

– JJ Fiddler
LA HABRA 56, SONORA 26
LA HABRA — For the eighth consecutive season, La Habra is the Freeway League champion, clinching the outright title with a 56-26 victory over visiting Sonora on Friday night.
Quarterback Eric Barriere did a lot of damage in a short amount of time, racking up 342 total yards (223 passing and 119 rushing) to go along with seven touchdown passes. He exited the game after the third quarter with the Highlanders up comfortably, 56-13.
The Highlanders (7-3, 5-0) entered the game as the third-ranked team in the CIF-SS Southwest Division, having won 40 consecutive league games, a streak that dates back to October 2006.
After being tied 7-7 at the end of the first quarter, La Habra broke the game open in the second quarter scoring 28 consecutive points before the break to take a 35-7 halftime lead.
Justin Sun and Edrick Flores were the main beneficiaries of Barriere’s big night, catching three and two touchdowns,respectively.

– Richard Hernandez
CANTWELL 56, BISHOP MONTGOMERY 34
The Cardinals scored 42 points in the second and third quarters to get a share of the South Catholic League title. Cantwell finished the regular season 8-1 overall and 2-1 in league play. They won the coin flip and will be the league’s No. 1 playoff representative.
Matt Valencia threw for 233 yards and two touchdowns and Javier Tejada scored five touchdowns for the Cardinals.
MARANATHA 69, WHITTIER CHRISTIAN 34
WHITTIER — For the first time in 31 years the Maranatha High School football team completed a perfect 10-0 regular season and will head into the CIF Southern Section Northwest Division.
The Minutemen easily defeated host Whittier Christian 69-34 at Whittier College to head into the playoffs next Friday as the top seed in the division.
Leading the way for the Minutemen was senior running back Caleb Devine with three touchdowns and 182 yards on 12 carries. He scored on runs of 65, 30 and 1 yard.
Whittier Christian freshman quarterback Quinn Commons threw for a game-high 227 yards on 31 attempts, completing 20 passes, while senior tight end Noah Evans caught nine passes for 105 yards and two touchdowns.

– John Sherrard
ROUNDUP
LA SERNA 42, WHITTIER 7

La Serna High School went deep to secure second place in the Del Rio League with a 42-7 victory over Whittier in a game played at California High on Friday night.
The Lancers struck with three touchdowns of 20 yards or more. They had a 35-0 halftime lead.

HOW THE TOP TEN FARED
1. La Mirada (9-1) def. Norwalk, 35-21
2. La Habra (7-3) def. Sonora, 56-26
3. El Rancho (8-2) def. Santa Fe, 49-31 (Thursday)
4. La Serna (8-2) def. Whittier, 42-7
5. California (6-4) def. Pioneer, 42-13 (Thursday)
6. Cantwell (8-2) def. Bishop Montgomery, 56-34
7. St. Paul (4-6) lost to Harvard-Westlake, 45-0
8. Montebello (6-4*) def. Alhambra, 28-21
9. Schurr (4-6) def. Keppel, 56-0
10. Whittier (4-6) lost to La Serna, 42-7
OTHER SCORE
Maranatha 69, Whittier Christian 34

Facebook Twitter Reddit Tumblr Email

Thursday Final: El Rancho completes perfect season in Del Rio League; Cal clinches playoff spot with win over Pioneer

El Rancho's Luis Perez (21) runs for a first down against Santa Fe in the first half of a prep football game at Downey High School in Downey, Calif., Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014. (Photo by Keith Birmingham/ Pasadena Star-News)

El Rancho’s Luis Perez (21) runs for a first down against Santa Fe in the first half of a prep football game at Downey High School in Downey, Calif., Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014. (Photo by Keith Birmingham/ Pasadena Star-News)

EL RANCHO 49, SANTA FE 31

DOWNEY – There will be no sharing of the Del Rio League football title. El Rancho High School saw to that on Thursday night.
Andrew Perea accounted for 284 yards and five touchdowns and Luis Perez rushed for 153 and two scores and the Dons completed an undefeated league season with a 49-31 victory over Santa Fe at Downey High School.
Perea threw for 212 yards and three scores for the Dons, who improved to 8-2 overall and 5-0 in league play. They will receive a home game for the first round when the CIF-Southern Section Southeast Division pairings are released on Sunday.
Eli Ledesma threw for 191 yards and three touchdowns for Santa Fe, which finished 2-8 and 1-4. The Chiefs entered the game with an outside shot at a playoff spot, but that ended with the loss.
El Rancho led 27-21 at halftime. The Dons then put it away with touchdown runs of 2 yards by Perea and 25 and 30 yards by Perez.
Perea threw three touchdowns during the first two quarters to give El Rancho a 27-21 lead at halftime.

– Stephen Ramirez
CALIFORNIA 42, PIONEER 13
WHITTIER >> The California High School Condors wrapped up a third-place finish in the Del Rio League with a convincing 42-13 win over visiting Pioneer on Thursday night.
Leading the way for the Condors was senior running back Nathan Lowden, with three touchdowns and 179 yards rushing on 26 carries.
Senior quarterback Adam Satti was a near-perfect 12 of 13 for 188 yards and three touchdown passes.
Cal High senior wide receiver Jake Mata had four catches for 72 yards and a score, while Pioneer junior quarterback Phillip Hernandez was 12 of 26 for 169 yards.
“The pressure was there to get back in (the playoffs),” Cal High coach Kyle Trudell said. “Coach (Jim) Arnold did a great job in the previous eight years (in the playoffs).”

– John Sherrard

Facebook Twitter Reddit Tumblr Email

Del Rio League cross country results

Here are the results from the final league race of the season:

Del Rio League Finals – 11/5/2014
Legg Lake

Event 6 Boys 3 Mile Run CC Varsity
==================================================================================
Name Year School Avg Mile Finals Points
==================================================================================
1 Samuel Bautista 12 California 5:08 15:24 1
2 Cisco Cuellar 11 California 5:12 15:34 2
3 Alex Trejo 12 California 5:13 15:37 3
4 Noel Echeverria 11 California 5:13 15:38 4
5 Christian Duran 12 La Serna 5:15 15:45 5
6 Brian Ochoa 12 Whittier 5:18 15:54 6
7 William Chacon 12 California 5:21 16:01 7
8 Rafael Gonzalez 10 El Rancho 5:28 16:22 8
9 Benny Castillo 12 California 5:28 16:23 9
10 Albert Garcia 12 La Serna 5:32 16:34 10
11 Richard Hernandez 12 Pioneer 5:32 16:35 11
12 Thomas Medina 12 Santa Fe 5:32 16:35 12
13 Jose Jarquin 12 Santa Fe 5:32 16:36 13
14 Raymond Segura 11 Whittier 5:33 16:38 14
15 Alek Martinez 12 La Serna 5:35 16:43 15
16 Julian Romero 11 California 5:35 16:44 16
17 Moises Rodriguez 11 El Rancho 5:35 16:45 17
18 Alejandro Ortiz 11 El Rancho 5:37 16:50 18
19 Jacob Amaya 12 Santa Fe 5:40 16:59 19
20 Derrek Esquivel 10 Whittier 5:40 16:59 20
21 Alejandro Perez 10 Whittier 5:40 17:00 21
22 Raymond Rascon 11 Pioneer 5:42 17:04 22
23 Elias Solis 10 La Serna 5:42 17:05 23
24 Jesus Bobadilla 12 El Rancho 5:43 17:07 24
25 Andrew Valle 10 Whittier 5:44 17:11 25
26 Daniel Diaz 11 Santa Fe 5:45 17:14 26
27 Mario Gomez 11 Pioneer 5:45 17:16 27
28 Oscar Rico 12 Whittier 5:46 17:18 28
29 Angel Bautista 12 Pioneer 5:49 17:26 29
30 Gabriel Moreno Flores 10 Whittier 5:52 17:34 30
31 Michael Gallardo 12 Santa Fe 5:52 17:35 31
32 Oscar Giron 12 Pioneer 5:52 17:36 32
33 Adrian Flores 10 El Rancho 5:53 17:37 33
34 Adrian Loera 11 El Rancho 5:54 17:40 34
35 Mathew Delgado 11 La Serna 5:55 17:44 35
36 Albert Madueno 10 El Rancho 5:56 17:47 36
37 Diego Barrera 9 La Serna 6:02 18:06 37
38 Luis Viteri 11 Santa Fe 6:05 18:14 38
39 Jonathan Perez 12 Pioneer 6:08 18:24 39
40 Roberto Amaya 12 La Serna 6:17 18:51 40
41 Kenin Ramirez 11 Santa Fe 6:27 19:20 41

Team Scores
=================================================================================
Rank Team Total 1 2 3 4 5 *6 *7 *8 *9
=================================================================================
1 California 17 1 2 3 4 7 9 16
Total Time: 1:18:14.00
Average: 15:38.80
2 Whittier 86 6 14 20 21 25 28 30
Total Time: 1:23:42.00
Average: 16:44.40
3 La Serna 88 5 10 15 23 35 37 40
Total Time: 1:23:51.00
Average: 16:46.20
4 El Rancho 100 8 17 18 24 33 34 36
Total Time: 1:24:41.00
Average: 16:56.20
5 Santa Fe 101 12 13 19 26 31 38 41
Total Time: 1:24:59.00
Average: 16:59.80
6 Pioneer 121 11 22 27 29 32 39
Total Time: 1:25:57.00
Average: 17:11.40

Legg Lake
Last Completed Event

Event 5 Girls 3 Mile Run CC Varsity
==================================================================================
Name Year School Avg Mile Finals Points
==================================================================================
1 Sophia Rodriguez 12 Whittier 6:08 18:24 1
2 Sophia Sousa 10 Whittier 6:17 18:51 2
3 Alma Colindres 11 El Rancho 6:19 18:55 3
4 Esmeralda Morales 10 El Rancho 6:21 19:02 4
5 Stephanie Cortez 12 California 6:21 19:02 5
6 Ilse Cacho 12 California 6:24 19:11 6
7 Rochelle Viramontes 10 Whittier 6:26 19:17 7
8 Melissa Gutierrez 12 El Rancho 6:31 19:32 8
9 Brenda Dorantes 11 Whittier 6:36 19:47 9
10 Helen Boyker 9 La Serna 6:39 19:55 10
11 Stephanie Gonzalez 12 Whittier 6:40 20:00 11
12 Rosalba Cabrera 11 California 6:41 20:02 12
13 Alessandra Arevalo 9 La Serna 6:43 20:09 13
14 Samantha Dinh 11 Santa Fe 6:44 20:10 14
15 Heaven Vasquez 10 El Rancho 6:50 20:29 15
16 Beckylee Cortez 12 Pioneer 6:53 20:37 16
17 Ashley Grajeda 11 El Rancho 6:55 20:45 17
18 Catalina Pantoja 11 Whittier 6:59 20:55 18
19 Alize Magana 10 California 7:06 21:17 19
20 Sydney Saucedo 10 La Serna 7:10 21:29 20
21 Jacqueline Villegas 10 La Serna 7:10 21:30 21
22 Nicolette Ramirez 10 California 7:24 22:10 22
23 Marie Zavala 11 El Rancho 7:38 22:52 23
24 Summer Martin 9 La Serna 7:39 22:56 24
25 Clarissa Gonzalez 10 Santa Fe 7:49 23:27 25
26 Samantha Rodriguez 10 Santa Fe 7:50 23:28 26
27 Silvia Ortiz 10 Santa Fe 7:56 23:47 27
28 Devon Perez Morales 12 California 8:02 24:05 28
29 Isabel Reveles 10 Santa Fe 8:04 24:10 29
30 Sarah Argomaniz 10 La Serna 8:09 24:26 30
31 Antoinette Bermudez 11 Santa Fe 8:28 25:22 31
32 Destiny Marin 11 Pioneer 8:40 26:00 32
33 Crystal Moran 12 Pioneer 8:40 26:00 33
34 Danielle Diaz 10 Pioneer 8:57 26:49 34
35 Alejandra Lozano 12 Pioneer 9:36 28:47 35

Team Scores
=================================================================================
Rank Team Total 1 2 3 4 5 *6 *7 *8 *9
=================================================================================
1 Whittier 30 1 2 7 9 11 18
Total Time: 1:36:19.00
Average: 19:15.80
2 El Rancho 47 3 4 8 15 17 23
Total Time: 1:38:43.00
Average: 19:44.60
3 California 64 5 6 12 19 22 28
Total Time: 1:41:42.00
Average: 20:20.40
4 La Serna 88 10 13 20 21 24 30
Total Time: 1:45:59.00
Average: 21:11.80
5 Santa Fe 121 14 25 26 27 29 31
Total Time: 1:55:02.00
Average: 23:00.40
6 Pioneer 150 16 32 33 34 35
Total Time: 2:08:13.00
Average: 25:38.60

Facebook Twitter Reddit Tumblr Email

Second round of tennis playoffs

All matches at 2 p.m. unless noted
First round
Today
Division 4
Alhambra at Summit
Friday’s second round
Division 1
San Marino at No. 3 Mira Costa
Division 2
Arcadia at No. 1 Valencia, 1 p.m.
Division 3
Long Beach Poly at Walnut
Rio Mesa vs. No. 4 Pasadena Poly
Division 4
Rosemead at No. 1 Riverside Poly
Westminster La Quinta at Chino Hills
Keppel at Rowland 16
Alhambra-Summit winner vs. No. 3 Garden Grove
Flintridge Sacred Heart at Bishop Montgomery
Los Osos at Wilson
No. 2 South Torrance at San Gabriel
Division 5
Thacher at Sierra Vista
No. 3 Maranatha at Montclair

Wednesday’s first round
Division 1
at San Clemente 14, South Pasadena 4
at San Marino 17, Mater Dei 1
at No. 2 University 16, La Canada 2
Division 2
at Arcadia 11, Mission Viejo 7
at La Reina 11, Ayala 7
Temecula Valley 13, at South Hills 5
at Hart 13, Glendora 5
Division 3
at No. 1 Redlands 17, West Covina 1
at Lompoc Cabrillo 10, Westridge 8
at Walnut 14, Paramount 4
at No. 4 Pasadena Poly 12, Orcutt Academy 6
at Yucaipa 16, Chino 2
Division 4
at Rosemead 14, Ridgecrest Burroughs 4
Chino Hills 15, at Riverside Notre Dame 3
at Westminster La Quinta 13, La Serna 5
at Rowland 16, J.W. North 2
at Keppel 5, Lancaster 3
at No. 4 West Torrance 4, Whittier 4
at No. 3 Garden Grove 15, El Monte 3
Alhambra at Summit Thursday
at Flintridge Sacred Heart 11, St. Lucy’s 7
Wilson 11, at California 7
San Gabriel 11, Quartz Hill 7
at No. 2 South Torrance 15, Arroyo 3
Division 5
at Sierra Vista 10, Westminster 8
at No. 3 Maranatha 14, Beaumont 4
Tuesday’s wild-card scores
Division 1
at La Canada 12, San Marcos 6
Division 2
at Ayala 13, Estancia 5
at Glendora 11, Santa Maria St. Joseph 7
Division 3
at West Covina 10, Lakewood 8
Division 4
at La Serna 6, St. Monica 2
Whittier 11, at Lakewood St. Joseph 7
at El Monte 16, Antelope Valley 2
at St. Lucy’s 17, Ontario Christian 1
at North Torrance 13, Covina 5
at Wilson def Ramona Convent, forfeit
San Gabriel 11, at Arlington 7
Arroyo 13, at Woodcrest Christian 5
Division 5
Santa Paula 12, at Whittier Christian 6
at Fairmont Prep 11, Azusa 7
Beaumont 13, at Gladstone 5
at Foothill Tech 10, Pomona 0
Don Lugo 16, at La Puente 2

Quarterfinals: Monday

Facebook Twitter Reddit Tumblr Email