MISSION VIEJO – Few teams have dominated their league the way Capistrano Valley has the Sea View League the past three seasons. The Cougars won their 12th consecutive league game Friday, beating Mission Viejo 61-40 at Capistrano Valley High. Capistrano Valley (16-5, 3-0) won the CIF-SS Division 2 championship last season and all five starters from that team returned this season. Expectations were at an all-time high for the Cougars and for the most part, they have delivered.
BREA – It might seem unusual for a coach to be upset with his team’s performance after a 14-point win over a league rival, but the Villa Park boys basketball team has high expectations after its deep run in the CIF-SS and CIF State playoffs last season. The Spartans opened North Hills League play with a 79-65 win against Brea Olinda on Tuesday. They led by as many as 20 points in the fourth quarter, but Coach Kevin Reynolds was dissatisfied with his team’s performance.
ALISO VIEJO – Travis Hocker erupted for 13 points in the fourth quarter Friday to lead El Toro to a 65-62 win over Aliso Niguel in a South Coast League boys basketball game at Aliso Niguel High. El Toro trailed by nine points early in the fourth quarter, but Hocker’s 13 points, a big 3-pointer from Steven Gutierrez and clutch free throws by Zach Raigosa chipped away at the Aliso lead. Hocker finished with 23 points and five 3-pointers.
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Selecting a term
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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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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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