NEWPORT BEACH – Sage Hill’s girls volleyball team swept Crean Lutheran 25-18, 25-17, 25-15 Saturday to advance to the semifinals of the CIF Southern California Division II Regionals. The Lightning will play No. 1 seed Sierra Canyon of Chatsworth in the semifinals Tuesday night, Nov. 21, at Sierra Canyon High. Sydnee Francis was dominant serving the ball for No. 5 seed Sage Hill (26-9). The junior had five aces in the match, including four consecutive aces in the first set.
Cajon High School’s Dejuan Moon (88) runs the ball during a second round CIF SS Division 4 playoff game against San Juan Hills High School on Friday, November 17, 2017 at San Juan Hills High School in San Juan Capistrano, Ca.
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO – St. John Bosco cruised to a 51-10 victory over JSerra on Friday, Nov. 3, to earn a second-place finish in the Trinity League. With the second-place finish, the Braves are an automatic qualifier for the CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs. JSerra (7-3, 2-3) finished the regular season in fourth place in the Trinity League and will likely earn an at-large berth to the CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs.
Cal State Fullerton is a 11.5 point underdog in its own gym against Georgia in the Wooden Classic tomorrow.
Somebody please remind me that the Titans suck and I should not wager on my alma mater. Please
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