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May 16, 2002
THE TIMES' RANKINGS A look at the final regular-season top 10 boys' tennis and boys' and girls' track and field teams in the Southland: Boys' Tennis 1. Irvine University (19-2-1, SS-Div. II, last week: 1); 2. Corona del Mar (19-2, SS-Div. V, LW: 2); 3. Troy (23-1, SS-Div. II, LW: 3); 4. Harvard-Westlake (23-1, SS-Div. V, LW: 4); 5. Hoover (19-1, SS-Div. I, LW: 6); 6. Servite (17-2, SS-Div. IV, LW: 8); 7. Westlake (19-0, SS-Div. III, LW: 7); 8. Brentwood (13-4, SS-Div. V, LW: 10)
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June 15, 2010
Rk; Team (Record, Section-Division); Comment 1. GLENDORA (27-2-1, SS-Div. 2). Opposing hitters would have had an easier time reaching Pluto than getting to Tartans ace Adam Plutko. 2. MATER DEI (20-10, SS-Div. 1). Hahn for mayor! We're talking Cory in Santa Ana, not James in Los Angeles. 3. DANA HILLS (20-13, SS-Div. 1). Dolphins enjoyed platinum-status upgrade in playoffs, going from fourth best in their league to second best in their division. 4. ROYAL (25-7, SS-Div.
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May 2, 2002 | John Ortega
A look at the top 10 boys' and girls' track and field teams in the Southland: BOYS' TRACK AND FIELD 1. Long Beach Poly (SS-Div. I, last week: No. 1); 2. Taft (City, LW: 2); 3. Etiwanda (SS-Div. I, LW: 3); 4. Dominguez (SS-Div. II, LW: 4); 5. Rio Mesa (SS-Div. I, LW: 5); 6. Walnut (SS-Div. I, LW: 6); 7. Arroyo Grande (SS-Div. I, LW: 7); 8. Canyon Country Canyon (SS-Div. I, LW: 8); 9. La Quinta (SS-Div. II, LW: 9); 10. Esperanza (SS-Div. I, LW: 10). GIRLS' TRACK AND FIELD 1.
SPORTS
April 25, 2010
The Times' high school baseball rankings by Ben Bolch: Rk; Team (Record, Section-Division); Last week's results (Last week's ranking) 1. BISHOP AMAT (20-2, SS-Div. IV); Def. Cantwell-Sacred Heart, 13-0; Cantwell-Sacred Heart, 22-0; Loyola, 5-1. Next: Wednesday vs. South Hills. (1) 2. LAKEWOOD (22-3, SS-Div. I); Def. Long Beach Poly, 6-5; Millikan, 5-0; Torrance, 8-5. Next: Tuesday vs. Long Beach Wilson. (2) 3. CRESPI (17-4, SS-Div. II); Did not play. Next: Tuesday at Sherman Oaks Notre Dame.
SPORTS
January 12, 2009
-- Rk. Team (Rec., Results (last week's rank) Div.) 1 MATER DEI def. Servite, 101-71. (1) (15-0, SS-Div. I-AA) 2 WESTCHESTER Did not play. (2) (14-1, City-Div. I) 3 TAFT (11-2, Did not play. (4) City-Div. I) 4 DOMINGUEZ def. Gahr, 67-48. (5) (12-4, SS-Div. I-AA) 5 FAIRFAX (11-2, Did not play. (6) City-Div. I) 6 KING (10-2, lost to Corona Centennial, 63-61; SS-Div. I-AA) def. Corona Santiago, 63-34. (3) 7 ETIWANDA (11-3, def. Alta Loma, 52-41. (7) SS-Div. I-AA) 8 DIAMOND RANCH def. Gardena Serra, 63-53.
SPORTS
June 15, 2010
Rk; Team (Record, Section-Division); Comment 1. GLENDORA (27-2-1, SS-Div. 2). Opposing hitters would have had an easier time reaching Pluto than getting to Tartans ace Adam Plutko. 2. MATER DEI (20-10, SS-Div. 1). Hahn for mayor! We're talking Cory in Santa Ana, not James in Los Angeles. 3. DANA HILLS (20-13, SS-Div. 1). Dolphins enjoyed platinum-status upgrade in playoffs, going from fourth best in their league to second best in their division. 4. ROYAL (25-7, SS-Div.
SPORTS
April 12, 2010
MELISSA ROHLIN'S FINAL GIRLS' BASKETBALL RANKINGS Rk.; Team (Record, Section-Division); Comment 1. MATER DEI (32-1, SS-Div. 2A). Top junior in the nation, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, and top sophomore in the nation, Jordan Adams, led Monarchs to Southern Section and state championships. 2. BREA OLINDA (31-3, SS-Div. 2AA). After defeating Mater Dei in last season's regional final and again in January, Ladycats lost to the Monarchs in this season's regional championship.
SPORTS
April 12, 2010
MELISSA ROHLIN'S FINAL GIRLS' BASKETBALL RANKINGS Rk.; Team (Record, Section-Division); Comment 1. MATER DEI (32-1, SS-Div. 2A). Top junior in the nation, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, and top sophomore in the nation, Jordan Adams, led Monarchs to Southern Section and state championships. 2. BREA OLINDA (31-3, SS-Div. 2AA). After defeating Mater Dei in last season's regional final and again in January, Ladycats lost to the Monarchs in this season's regional championship.
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