Valencia High School ended its regular season with a 40-7 Orange League football victory over Magnolia Thursday in front of 550 in Placentia's Bradford Stadium.
The victory clinched at least a share of the Orange League title for the Tigers.
Valencia (8-2, 4-1), which has won or shared the league title the last four years, will have to wait until the Anaheim-Western game tonight to learn where the Tigers will be seeded in the Central Conference playoffs.
Valencia will be the top-seeded team if Anaheim defeats Western tonight and will be second-seeded if Western wins.
Magnolia (1-9, 1-4) was held to 156 total yards. The Sentinels' touchdown was a 64-yard run by Derek Christian in the fourth quarter.
Valencia scored on its first three possessions and held a 33-0 halftime lead behind quarterback Robert Navarette, who completed 9 of 11 passes for 135 yards and 2 touchdowns. Navarette hit Mike Edwards for an 11-yard score on the Tigers' first possession. Early in the second quarter, Navarette threw a 35-yard scoring pass to Rob Luna for a 20-0 lead.