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Week of Sports, January 14-19

It will be a wet one this week but with just three weeks remaining in the season and an already packed schedule, expect games will go on rain or shine as long as the playing surface is safe!
 
  • Girls Soccer is back in league action this week after suffering their first loss of the season 1-0 to 5th ranked Pacifica Christian. The team will take on CC Downey on Tuesday at home, Samueli Academy on Thursday at home, and Fairmont Prep on Saturday away as they look to stay undefeated in league play.
  • Girls Water Polo had am amazing run to the Championship game of the Diamond Bar Tournament this past weekend falling 4-2 in the Championship game against CIF Division 6 number one ranked Buena Park 4-2. The field also included #4 ranked Walnut, #6 ranked Los Amigos, #7 ranked Wilson, and #9 ranked JSerra. My expectation is that the team will be ranked when today's poll comes out later today. This week the team travels to Walnut on Tuesday and hosts Charter Oak on Thursday in league matches.
  • Wrestling will host CC Downey in a league match on Tuesday night at 4:00 and then compete in the Bob Bellot Classic on Saturday.
  • Boys Basketball had a big win against CC Downey on Friday and will travel to Southlands on Tuesday in a critical league match up with the winner having the upper hand on the 3rd and final guaranteed league playoff spot. The boys will then host Sage Hill on Friday looking to avenge a loss at their place in December.
  • Girls Basketball is undefeated in league play after big wins at Southlands Christian and Saddleback Valley Christian last week. The team looks to keep up this strong form hosting CC Downey on Tuesday and a non league game against Holy Martyrs on Saturday. A win versus CC Downey would have the team undefeated through the first round of league play and well on their way to the first league championship in school history.
  • Boys Soccer has an important league game against St. Margaret's at home on Friday. The Gauls are 2-2 so far in league play and a win against the current number one team would give them a leg up on securing a top three finish and playoff position.
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