Owls head to CIF-Division 2 Finals for first time in school historyIn a game that saw 11 combined touchdowns, Laguna Blanca's defense proved most valuable in a 42-36 CIF-SS Division-2 playoff semifinal victory over Hesperia Christian on Saturday in Hope Ranch. The Owls defense came up with a huge interception and fourth down stop late in the matchup to seal a victory and trip to the finals for the first time in school history.
Cate fell to defending CIF-SS 8-man football champions Mojave at home on Saturday 38-19 in the final chapter of a strong season. The Rams (7-4) matched up well with the Mustangs (8-2) and held a 13-12 lead midway through the second quarter, but Mojave turned on the jets in the second half, outscoring Cate 20-7. After falling behind 6-0 in the first quarter, the Rams responded with a 13-yard run by Drew Anastasio to take a 7-6 lead.
The Dos Pueblos boys and girls cross country teams ran in the CIF-SS prelims on Saturday at Riverside City Cross Country Course. Despite many strong showings, both teams' seasons came to an end. The girls squad finished 16th out of 25 in Division-2. Kailey Reardon and Josie Morales led the way, finishing 42nd (19:15.2) and 56th (19:36.2), respectively. "She was new to cross country and distance running this year and has progressed a long way," Dos Pueblos head coach Micks Purnell said of Morales.
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