Orange County girls basketball Top 25 rankings (11-19-18)


O.C. Top 25

Rankings, documents updated with games on Monday, Nov. 19

Ranking, school, record, recently ranking (LW)

1. Mater Dei (0-0) LW 1: Monarchs open vs. over-matched St. Pius X/St. Matthias at Downey event Tuesday. See listed below exactly how No. 11 Huntington Coastline took care of Pius/Matthias, who have likewise shed to Anaheim.

2. Rosary (0-1) LW 2: Royals dropped their opener at Mark Keppel tourney to Centennial Corona, 65-60, on Saturday.

3. Brea Olinda (0-1) LW 4: The Ladycats showed pledge in 49-44 loss against La Jolla Country Day at Mark Keppel event on Saturday.

4. Fairmont Preparation (1-1) LW 3: Huskies beat Heritage however lost to Sierra Canyon – – an Open Division group last season — — by 20 at Mark Keppel tourney on Monday.

5. Los Alamitos (0-0) LW 5

6. Esperanza (0-1) LW 6: Aztecs opened up with a 33-28 loss to J.W. North in possible Division 1 clash.

7. Troy (0-1) LW 7: Warriors were outscored 22-0 by SoCal power Windward however won the next three periods.

8. Orangewood Academy (1-0) LW 8:Freshman Sofia Saldivar scored 19 as the Spartans handled Gahr 74-14 in their opener. Windward impends Nov. 28.

9. Sonora (0-0) LW 9: Raiders open next Monday at Bonita tourney.

10. Aliso Niguel (3-0) LW 10

11. Huntington Coastline (1-0) LW 11: Oilers opened up with a 71-17 victory at the St. Pius X/St. Matthias at Downey event on Monday.

12. Oxford Academy (4-0) LW 12: Patriots captured their own tournament Saturday.

13. JSerra (1-0) LW 14: Lions opened up with a 63-18 success versus Fairfax on Monday in Redondo tourney’s silver brace.

14. Foothill (3-1) LW 22: Knights took second to Oxford Academy at the Oxford tourney.

15. Orange Lutheran (3-1) LW 19: Lancers put 3rd at the Oxford Academy competition, losing just to Foothill in the semifinals.

16. Sunny Hills (2-2) LW 15: Lancers placed fourth at the Oxford tournament, being up to Oxford and also Orange Lutheran in the their last two video games.

17. Santa Margarita (3-1) LW 13: The Eagles went 3-1 at the Oxford event, losing to eventual fourth-place Sunny Hills in quarters.

18. University (4-0) LW 21: Trojans amazed in winning Norco tourney.

19. Canyon (1-0) LW 17: Comanches made 10 3-pointers in a 66-62 win against Irvine in their opener.

20. Kennedy (2-0) LW 18: Combating Irish beat Westminster 53-37 at the Downey event Monday.

21. Trabuco Hills (1-0) LW 20: Mustangs defeated Godinez 55-26 in opener.

22. Dana Hills (2-1) LW 16: Dolphins defeated Irvine by six and also Goal Viejo by 7 before losing to Department 2-AA enemy Rancho Verde 54-28 on Monday.

23. Irvine (1-2) LW 25:Minutes Hee Yang scored 20 points in a win against Newport yet Vaqueros were competitive in losses vs. Dana Hills and Canyon.

24. El Dorado (1-0) LW 23: Hawks won their opener in the Mark Keppel tourney’s silver division yet play Department 2-AA La Canada (3-0) on Tuesday evening.

25. Laguna Hills (0-0) LW 24

Various other taken into consideration:

El Toro (2-0) NR

San Clemente (3-1) LW 20: Tritons dropped to University by 14 in the finals of the Norco tournament.

Segerstrom (1-0) NR

Tesoro (3-1) LW NR: Titans defeated Woodbridge 42-27 at Oxford tourney, shed by 11 to OLu


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Man gets 55 years to life in prison for molesting girls in Lake Forest

SANTA ANA — — A 35-year-old male convicted of molesting three girls in Lake Woodland was sentenced Friday to 55 years to life behind bars.

Sean Joseph Scanlan was convicted in June of 3 matters of lewd or lascivious show a small, a matter of lewd or lascivious show a small younger than 14, a count of legal rape, and a count of circulation of pornography to a small with the intent to take part in sex-related conduct, all felonies.

Scanlan was founded guilty of molesting one woman when she was 4 and also 5 years old, one more lady when she was 8 to one decade old, and also a 3rd woman when she was 6 to 7 years of ages, said Deputy District Attorney Heidi Garrel.

One of the targets was a relative, one was a family members pal as well as another was a friend of one of the sufferers, Garrel claimed. One of the most recent sufferer was molested in 2014 through 2016, and also the other criminal offenses occurred in 2000 with 2004, Garrel said.

Scanlan was the sitter of the most current victim, beginning when she was 4, Garrel claimed. He would watch porn while babysitting her as well as showed it to the sufferer, that informed her mother, prompting her to call cops, Garrel said.

Scanlan’s lawyer, Courtney Pilchman, unsuccessfully suggested that the defendant’s prior attorney offered inefficient assistance in her activity for a new test.

One of the defendant’s victims claimed, “These memories will constantly remain in my head.”

She kept in mind of the offender that, “It is clear there is no sorrow on that face… … He is worthy of the optimal sentence.”

The mother of another target said, “It has actually taken years for my little girl. to feel safe taking a bath,” due to several of the circumstances of molestation.

“I can not place right into words what our little girl has actually experienced, what our family members has actually gone through,” she stated.

“Your honor, we will certainly live with this forever,” she told Orange Area Superior Court Richard King. “It has been 2 as well as a half years of pure heck.”

She implored King to by far a penalty that keeps the offender secured as long as feasible.

“I can no much longer live in fear that he will certainly ever go out,” she claimed. “We will certainly manage this for the rest of our lives as well as he should, too.”

The sufferer’s daddy kept in mind the neighborhood was so furious by the claims that he had to discourage his neighbors from lashing out. He urged King to make certain the accused continued to be secured.

“Don’t allow him in 25 years to go out once again when my daughter is old enough to start her own family,” he claimed.

Garrel said for the optimal penalty of 70 years to life, noting that the accused remains to deny any type of shame as well as criticized his fate on his attorneys.

The accused’s sis as well as his dad said they did not doubt the accusations of the youngest target, however said it was a situation of incorrect identity.

Scanlan’s daddy, Frank Scanlan, said he embraced his child when he was 2 which he battled with “severe allergies” and was born with fetal alcohol disorder.

Both of the offender’s moms and dads were addicts, Pilchman said.

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Oxford Academy, University capture girls basketball tournaments

  • University’s girls basketball team beat San Clemente to win the Norco competition on Saturday. (Photo courtesy of University girls basketball).



Elderly Austyn Masuno scored 24 factors and also ordered 20 rebounds to lead Oxford Academy’s ladies basketball group to a 57-36 victory versus visiting Foothill in the champion game of the Oxford Academy Competition on Saturday evening.

Angie Choi added 12 factors and Mylee Madrazo broke in nine for Oxford Academy, which went 4-0 in the event.

Masuno was picked the event’s MVP while Oxford Academy’s Angie Gagnon took all-tournament honors. Foothill’s Megan Jones also was among the all-tournament selections.

Various other all-tournament choices were: Erika Maggard of Woodbridge, Katie Schwan of Tesoro, Jocelyn Ewell of Santa Margarita, Jaina Santos of Beckman, Heather Park of Orange Lutheran and Jessica Barrow of Sunny Hills.

In various other outcomes:

In the Norco competition:

College 54, San Clemente 40: Malia Jeweler scored 35 points en path to being chosen tournament MVP as well as Claire Kawata earned all-tournament honors to lead the Trojans (4-0). Goldsmith made 5 3-pointers and also included 6 swipes.

In the Mark Keppel Tournament:

Centennial Corona 65, Rosary 60: Kate Goostrey scored 17 factors, consisting of three 3-pointers, and also Asia Avinger as well as Breanne Ha each scored 13 factors in their debut for the Royals (0-1).

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Edison speaks out on the utilities and the wildfires: Letters

Re “ The energies as well as the California wildfires”( Content, Nov. 13):

Investor-owned energies rely on investors to fund work that is critical in California, and the Southern The golden state Information Group’s pointer that investors should be only responsible for wildfire liability precariously overlooks this vital source of facilities funding.

Your content suggests that shareholders need to spend for “any type of coming financial problem” from fires that entail energies’ devices. But it likewise suggests that the utilities require to invest in safety upgrades.

Let me attach the dots: the utilities depend on shareholders to money these vital upgrades and also to fund the vast initiatives the energies are carrying out to minimize the environment modification that is actually fueling the fires.Bankrupting the utilities and cutting off an essential resource of funds (capitalists) for safety and security and wildfire avoidance would greatly compound the issue.

You claim that the utilities require to “remain to drastically raise the security functions in their lines, posts and transformers.”

This requires a huge level of financial investment, which Southern The golden state Edison has actually proposed to make as component of its Grid Safety And Security and Resiliency Program application– and it will rely on shareholders giving upfront funding at a practical rate.

Utilities are bound to offer all customers, consisting of those in high fire-risk areas, so it is proper that both consumers and also shareholders share obligation for those risks.SCE’s proposal would raise the typical month-to-month expense for a residential customer by about $1.20 to repay that funding gradually. Not a bad investment for security upgrades against future wildfires.

We also require to combat the climate adjustment at the origin of these fires, and it is our state’s energies that are leading the campaigns to do that with massive-scale energy effectiveness as well as clean energy initiatives.

Bankrupting our energies and also restricting their capability to increase funds from shareholders would certainly make it virtually impossible for the state to change to sustainable power as well as achieve its environment adjustment goals, possibly bolstering the fire threat.

Your editorial declares that ratepayers “simply need the electrical power.” However Californians need monetarily healthy and balanced energies to give it.

— Pedro Pizarro, Rosemead The letter writer is president and also CEO of Edison International.