Five Orange County ladies basketball teams – – Foothill, Canyon, Orange Lutheran, Santa Margarita and also St. Margaret’s – gained at-large berths Sunday for the upcoming CIF-SS playoffs.
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February 3, 2019 The choices were anticipated as all 5 teams delivered solid seasons in a few of the region’s most affordable organizations. Foothill(Department 1, 17-11)and Canyon(Division 2AA, 15-12 )linked for 3rd in the Crestview League behind Division 1 automatic qualifiers Brea Olinda as well as Esperanza.
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in CIF-SS football playoffs Fresh-faces San Juan Hills, Buena Park and also Katella enliven CIF girls water polo pairings Santa Margarita(Department 2A, 17-9)as well as Orange Lutheran (Department 2AA, 19-9 )positioned 4th as well as 5th, specifically, in the Trinity
League behind 2 Open Division teams(Mater Dei, Rosary)and also Division 1-bound JSerra. The Eagles as well as Lancers ‘addition means all five groups from the Trinity League will be in the postseason. Under-the-radar St. Margaret’s( Division 5A, 15-8
), one of one of the most improved groups in the region, took 4th in the San Joaquin League behind Department 1 Fairmont Prep, Orangewood Academy (Department 2AA)and Sage Hill( Department 3A). There were 4 solid Orange County candidates that really did not receive an at-large berths. They were: Bolsa Grande(Division 3A, 15-12), Buena Park (Department 4AA,
15-13 ), previous county-ranked Corona del Mar(Department 3A, 16-12 )and Godinez (Division 3A, 15-13 ). The region’s 3 candidates in Department 3A – Bolsa Grande, Corona del Mar and also Godinez – dealt with a draw that included just one at-large team, Pacifica of Oxnard (13-9),
which was rated 7th in the department – in the Jan. 28 poll. Corona del Mar was 13th in the department and also recognized its possibilities for an at-large were slim. The Sea Kings were going for a top-two surface in the tough Surf League yet ended up
behind second-place Los Alamitos by one game. 3 of the 4 times that got at-large berths in Buena Park’s Department 4AA were ranked in the department Jan. 28. Royal(15-13) was the single non-ranked team that asserted the entrance.
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