By MATTHEW SIMONCorrespondentBUENA PARK — Before Thursday night’s game, Warren football coach Raul Lara said he was hoping the Bears could produce a good game against Buena Park after losing to the Coyotes the last two years. Lara got more than that as the Bears defeated Buena Park, 51-20. “Right now, we’re playing pretty well,” Lara said. “But (we’ve) got to continue to play well. The key for us to have a successful season is we have to stay healthy.
CLAREMONT >> The Buckley boys tennis team won its first CIF Southern Section championship over JSerra in Division 3 on Friday at The Claremont Club. It wasn’t easy though, as the Grffins (17-1) squeaked by JSerra in total games won 76-69 after the two finished tied 9-9 after set play. Buckley will now await to see where it will start in the CIF State playoffs that begin Memorial Day weekend. “This is definitely just a team win,” senior captain Adam Taslitz said.
NEWPORT BEACH >> It didn’t take long for Oak Park’s boys volleyball team to get a sense that it might be in for a long night against Corona del Mar on Wednesday. The Eagles quickly fell behind by five points in the first set and called a timeout. “In our scouting report, we knew that they were going to go back and bomb their serves,” Oak Park coach Adam Quinn said.
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Selecting a term
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Phrases (e.g. "cloud computing") — use quotes to keep the terms together
Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Use NOT or - to subtract results from your search. For
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