The Xavier Prep boys' cross country team led a contingent of valley cross country runners who advanced to next weekend's CIF-SS final with strong performances Friday and Saturday in the divisional races. The Saints won their Division race led by a third-place finish from Andres Lopez-Ospina. Xavier Prep will make its 10th consecutive appearance in the boys' CIF-SS finals. Xavier Prep's girls' team finished third in their CIF-SS race, easily advancing to the CIF-SS Finals for the 10th straight year.
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The Palm Springs Power scored nine runs over four innings to rally and defeat the SoCal Catch 10-4 on Saturday to remain unbeaten for the baseball season at Palm Springs Stadium. Cal State LA standout CJ Broussard allowed one run and struck out three in four innings of work on the mound for the Power. The Power won their opener Friday night against the Catch 6-1. Starting pitcher Jordan Dreibelbis tossed seven innings and allowed only one run.
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