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February 26, 2014 | By Eric Maddy
GIRLS' BASKETBALL SOUTHERN SECTION PLAYOFFS OPEN DIVISION Championship quarterfinals, Wednesday Mater Dei 75, Sierra Canyon 28 Etiwanda 67, Serra 54 Long Beach Poly 75, Chaminade 57 Windward 52, Canyon Springs 42   Championship semifinals, Saturday, 7 p.m. #1 Mater Dei at #4 Etiwanda #3 Long Beach Poly at #2 Windward   Consolation semifinals, Saturday, 7 p.m. #8 Alemany at #12 Keppel #10 Troy...
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February 25, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
When it comes to long road trips, Arroyo Grande's sports teams are in a different category. They might want to play Willie Nelson's "On the Road Again," in their vans. According to Athletic Director Dwight MacDonald, here are the recent road trips: The boys' soccer team went to Fountain Valley Los Amigos, then Baldwin Park to accumulate more than 800 miles. The wrestling team went to Riverside Norte Vista for more than 450 miles. The girls' basketball team went to Hemet (560 miles round trip)
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February 25, 2014 | By Eric Maddy
GIRLS' WATER POLO SOUTHERN SECTION DIVISION 1 Semifinals, Wednesday at Heritage Park Newport Harbor vs. Santa Barbara, 5 p.m. #1 Laguna Beach vs. Los Alamitos, 7 p.m.     DIVISION 2 Semifinals, Wednesday at Heritage Park #2 Mater Dei vs. #3 Montebello, 5 p.m. Murrieta Valley vs. #1 Santa Margarita, 6:30 p.m.     DIVISION 3 Semifinals, Wednesday at Heritage Park, 3:30 p.m. #1 Los Osos...
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February 23, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
Pitchers Solomon Bates; Oak Hills; Jr.; Gardena Serra transfer was 7-0 with 0.94 ERA. Quinn Brodey; Loyola; Sr.; Stanford signee is left-hander who likes pressure. Griffin Canning; Santa Margarita; Sr.; UCLA signee comes through in big games. Jack Flaherty; Harvard-Westlake; Sr.; Reigning Division 1 player of the year. Nathan Hadley; Loyola; Sr.; Let's see who can hit his slider. Grant Hockin; Damien; Sr.; UCLA signee with good velocity. Garett King; Orange Lutheran; Sr.; Nebraska signee making big-time improvement.
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February 16, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
It's two weeks before the high school baseball season begins, and let me offer one certain conclusion: Don't worry about the top teams not having a No. 2 pitcher. In fact, most will have three and four top pitchers. I can't remember a preseason when I have seen more teams with outstanding depth at the pitcher position. Forget about the days teams worried about having to play three games in a week because of rainouts. No big deal this season. Let's start with the two teams that have the best group of pitchers.
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February 14, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
Sixteen teams were selected Friday to be part of the new Southern Section Open Division boys' basketball playoffs, and let's just say there were some surprises. For one, powerhouse Long Beach Poly (19-7), the Moore League champion, did not get chosen. Instead, second-place Compton (22-5) was put in, along with two teams from the Camino Real League - Los Angeles Cathedral (22-3) and Montebello Cantwell-Sacred Heart (20-6). Also not chosen was Lake Forest El Toro (24-2), considered the second-best team in Orange County behind unbeaten Santa Ana Mater Dei. Much emphasis appears to be have been given to strength of schedule and quality victories.
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February 13, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 On the eve of the Southern Section 1 p.m. announcement on Friday of the teams that will be selected for the new Open Division, here's my prediction if the committee decides to pick 16 teams. Mater Dei, Loyola, Etiwanda, Corona Centennial, Chino Hills and Long Beach Poly from 1AA. Riverside North and El Toro from 1A. Redondo and St. John Bosco from 2AA. Compton from 2A. Cathedral from 3A. Bishop Montgomery and Gardena Serra from 4AA. Sierra Canyon from 4A. That's 15. The last team will be Mayfair, Rancho Cucamonga or Chaminade.
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February 13, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
Tony Brooks wasn't given an easy task, taking over as head coach at Pasadena for Tim Tucker. He spent 17 years as an assistant to Tucker. But Brooks ended the regular season on Thursday night guiding the Bulldogs to a share of the Pacific League title with a 66-53 victory over rival Muir. Rajon Moore scored 30 points and Ajon Efferson had 17 points and eight assists for Pasadena (17-9, 12-2). Joining Pasadena as co-league champion was Crescenta Valley (20-8, 12-2), which defeated Arcadia, 54-47 to earn its first league title since 2004.
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