High school swimming could encounter boosts, challenges in comeback from cancellation


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California’s high school swimming season ended abruptly in the spring because of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s scheduled comeback in 2021 offers intrigue and challenges.

In other words, it could feel a lot like just another swimming season in Southern California.

And considering the health crisis that has raged since March, that normalcy would be a welcomed vibe.

“We’re just hopeful we can have something this year,” Santa Margarita co-coach Rich Blanc said this week.

The revised sports calendar by the CIF-Southern Section pushes the swimming season back about three weeks to a start on March 13, 2021. The season will then operate in nearly its regular spring window.

The Southern Section championships are scheduled for the week of May 24, the last week before Memorial Day. The state championships remain and slotted for June 4-5.

Part of the intrigue and benefit for swimming in the new calendar is that many boys will enter the season directly from water polo. The water polo season will end for most teams in early March.

Traditionally, the boys play water polo in the fall and have an extended break before swimming. But with essentially no break between seasons this school year, the boys could be excellence shape early in the swimming campaign.

“I bet in the first two weeks of the season, you’ll see their best times until league,” Villa Park consultant John Kulisich said.

The boys, of course, will make the same transition that the girls have made for years from water polo to swimming. The girls usually play water polo in the winter and move right into swimming.

The swimming season also might experience a rehearsal of sorts in November. USA Swimming’s TYR Pro Swim Series is scheduled to make a stop in Irvine at Woollett Aquatics Center, Nov. 12-15, 2020.

Coach Ken LaMont of the host Irvine Novaquatics said his club will work with health officials leading up the meet but knows the pandemic makes the future uncertain.

“We’re excited about the possibility of the meet,” LaMont said Friday.

The high school season will face hurdles with scheduling.

The calendar’s stretch into late May and early June could conflict with high school graduations.

And there’s the typical, Olympic-year consideration. The early June conclusion of the season will be close to the start of the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials, June 13-20, in Omaha, Neb.

In past Olympic years, some elite high school swimmers alter their schedule and training in preparation of Trials.

“We will deal with it successfully,” Mission Viejo Nadadores coach Mark Schubert said the balance act. “I don’t think there is a negative.”

Yes, any type of comeback from a canceled season would certainly be a positive.

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Tracking the fall sports plans for Orange County school districts and private schools

A look at what the Orange County school districts and private schools have announced about their plans for the start of the 2020-21 school year.

School campuses were shut down and all sports activities were stopped in mid-March during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Schools are currently working on plans for the new school year while receiving recommendations, from health agencies and other groups, regarding how to protect the well-being of students and teachers during the pandemic.

OCVarsity will be tracking announcements about plans for sports activities and whether schools will open their campuses (for in-person instruction) or have closed campuses (distance learning only).

Administrators have been saying that schools with closed campuses aren’t expected to allow any sports activities until their campus is reopened.

Here is where things stand as of Tuesday, July 14:

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Anaheim Union (starting Aug. 12): Plan is TBD

Brea Olinda Unified (starting Aug. 17): Plan is TBD

Notable: District board of education meeting on Thursday, July 16.

Capistrano Unified (starting Aug. 18): Plan is TBD

Notable: District board of trustees meeting on Wednesday, July 15.

Fullerton Joint Union (starting Aug. 11): Plan is TBD

Garden Grove (starting Aug. 24): Plan is TBD

Huntington Beach Union (starting Sept. 3): Plan is TBD

Irvine Unified (starting Aug. 20): Plan is TBD

Notable: District board meeting on Tuesday, July 14.

Laguna Beach (starting Aug. 24): Plan is TBD

Los Alamitos (starting Aug. 31): Plan is TBD

Newport-Mesa Unified (starting Aug. 24): Plan is TBD

Orange Unified (starting Aug. 19): Plan is TBD

Placentia-Yorba Linda (starting Sept. 1): Plan is TBD

Saddleback Valley (starting Aug. 17): Plan is TBD

Santa Ana Unified (starting date Aug. 10): Announced July 14 it will begin the year with distance learning only, campus closed. Plan for sports is TBD.

Tustin Unified (starting Aug. 13): Plan is TBD

 

PRIVATE  SCHOOLS                         

JSerra (starting Aug. 10): In-class instruction, campus open. Sports plan is TBD.

Mater Dei (starting Aug. 10): Plan is TBD

Orange Lutheran (starting Aug. 17): Plan is TBD

Santa Margarita (starting Aug. 12): Plan is TBD

Servite (starting Aug. 11): Plan is TBD

Rosary (starting Aug. 10): Plan is TBD

St. Margaret’s (starting Aug. 24): Plan is TBD

Crean Lutheran (starting Aug. 18): On-campus instruction or online-only options; campus is open. Sports plan is TBD.

Capistrano Valley Christian (starting Aug. 19): On-campus instruction or online-only options; campus is open. Sports plan is TBD.

Orangewood Academy (starting Aug. 17): Plan is TBD

Fairmont Prep (starting Aug. 17:) On-campus instruction or online-only options; campus is open. Sports plan is TBD.

Fairmont SJC (starting Aug. 17:) On-campus instruction or online-only options; campus is open. Sports plan is TBD.

Sage Hill (starting Aug. 24): Plan is TBD

Pacifica Christian (start date TBD): Plan is TBD

Samueli Academy (starting Aug. 12) Plan is TBD

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OCVarsity 2020 Athletes of the Year special section

The Register wraps up a year of excellence in high school sports by selecting the Orange County Athletes of the Year.

The honorees are featured in a special section that includes lists of all of the athletes and coaches who received OCVarsity honors in 2019-20. The section is included in Sunday’s edition of the Register.

There is also an interactive online version of the section that can be found here.

A link to our page for the 2020 OCVaristy Athlete & Coach Awards.

This year, because of COVID-19, the Register couldn’t host its annual banquet for all of the year’s award winners, but the OCVarsity staff congratulates the honorees, including Rosary’s Asia Avinger, who received the Trinity League Athlete of the Year award from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange.

 

To read the individual stories, click on the athlete names below.

Male Athlete of the Year

Bryce Young, Mater Dei


Mater Dei High quarterback Bryce Young announced his commitment to attend Alabama on social media on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)

 

Female Athlete of the Year

Asia Avinger, Rosary


Rosary’s Asia Avinger is one of the Orange County Register’s 2020 Athletes of the Year. The San Clemente High School athlete committed to play basketball at San Diego State. Photographed in Anaheim, CA on Thursday, May 14, 2020. (Photo by Paul Bersebach, Orange County Register/SCNG)

 

Male Outstanding Competitor

Lance Keneley, Mission Viejo


Mission Viejo High School’s Lance Keneley is one of the Orange County Register’s 2020 Athletes of the Year. Keneley has committed to play football at Stanford. Photographed in Anaheim, CA on Thursday, May 14, 2020. (Photo by Paul Bersebach, Orange County Register/SCNG)

Female Outstanding Competitor

Ella Gardiner, San Clemente


San Clemente athlete Ella Gardiner is one of the Orange County Register’s 2020 Athletes of the Year. Gardiner excelled in basketball and volleyball.  Photographed in Anaheim, CA on Thursday, May 14, 2020. (Photo by Paul Bersebach, Orange County Register/SCNG)

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Orange County scores and players stats for Friday: 10-13-17

This is where you can find the scores and stats for the Orange County high school games on Friday, Oct. 13.

GIRLS GOLF

GIRLS TENNIS
Corona del Mar 16, Beckman 2

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
JSerra def. Orange Lutheran, 18-25, 25-18, 25-14, 25-20.

BOYS WATER POLO
Savanna 13, Estancia 12
Goals: (Sav) Hunt 10, Martinez, Nguyen, Vasquez. Saves: Fish (Sav) 12.
Segerstrom 14, Loara 1
Goals: (Loa) Orozco.

 

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High school football scores from Friday (Week 4)

The scores from the non-Orange County high school football games on Friday night, Sept. 22.

Click here to see the Orange County score list.

CIF-SS
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Carter 20, Miller 15
Redlands East Valley 47, Citrus Valley 21
Cajon 39, Redlands 7
Yucaipa 55, Eisenhower 0
DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE
Palm Springs 40, Indio 17
Palm Desert 20, Xavier Prep 7
GOLDEN LEAGUE
Eastside at Highland
Lancaster 55, Littlerock 14
Antelope Valley 28, Palmdale 7
Quartz Hill 41, Knight 21
MISSION LEAGUE
Gardena Serra 38, Alemany 20
Chaminade 39, Crespi 7
Loyola 28, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 21
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Arroyo 56, Gabrielino 0
South El Monte 35, Mountain View 8
Pasadena Marshall at Rosemead
MOORE LEAGUE
Long Beach Wilson 51, Long Beach Cabrillo 0
Lakewood 44, Long Beach Jordan 14
Long Beach Poly 28, Millikan 0
PACIFIC LEAGUE
Arcadia at Muir
Crescenta Valley 54, Hoover 22
Pasadena at Burbank Burroughs
SUBURBAN LEAGUE
Glenn 64, Cerritos 25
Mayfair 20, La Mirada 6
Norwalk at Bellflower

NONLEAGUE
Montclair 27, Ganesha 24
Rowland 27, Azusa 21
Ontario 55, Jurupa Valley 20
Rancho Cucamonga 30, Citrus Hill 0
Alta Loma 33, Claremont 31
Colton 34, La Sierra 10
Santiago/Corona 23, Etiwanda 21
Patriot 35, Bloomington 0
JW North 25, Moreno Valley 22
Norco 57, Poly/Riverside 16
Corona 56, Norte Vista 42
Roosevelt/Eastvale 48, La Quinta/La Quinta 17
Apple Valley 77, Adelanto 0
Aquinas 56, Rancho Christian 10
Arrowhead Christian 28, St. Bernard 25
Paloma Valley 42, Temecula Valley 12
Sultana 21, Summit 18
Canyon Springs 28, Tahquitz 12
Valley View 59, Murrieta Mesa 58

Bassett 49, Sierra Vista 41
Diamond Ranch 56, Bonita 14
Baldwin Park 56, South East 46
Workman 40, Bosco Tech 34
San Marino 30, Bell Gardens 6
Covina 49, Walnut 14
Santa Fe 54, Downey 0
Damien 49, Monrovia 7
Duarte at Vasquez
Charter Oak 37, South Hills 14
San Dimas 50, Diamond Bar 12
Pasadena Poly 33, Rosamond 6
Pioneer 35, Hacienda Heights Wilson 14
Northview 32, Pomona 0
South Pasadena 27, Alhambra 0
San Gabriel 41, Temple City 7
Montebello 36, Cantwell-Sacred Heart 16
Granite Hills at Keppel
Glendora 41, West Covina 7
Schurr 36, Whittier 35

Banning at Perris
Calvary Murrieta 35, Anza Hamilton 20
Chaparral 29, Victor Valley 10
Riverside Notre Dame 63, Nuview Bridge 0
Oak Hills 45, San Gorgonio 12
Ramona 50, Arroyo Valley 14
Arlington 21, San Jacinton 14
Rialto 32, Fontana 14
Kaiser 49, Serrano 42
Silverado 44, Hesperia 6
King 31, Elsinore 14
Beaumont 46, Desert Hot Springs 9
Jurupa Hills 41, Hemet 14
Hillcrest 23, Temescal Canyon 21
CSDR 36, Temecula Prep 6
Vista Murrieta 30, Crenshaw 20

Murrieta Valley 38, Oaks Christian 20
Harvard-Westlake 54, Dominguez 31
Westlake 24, Moorpark 21
Canyon Country Canyon 36, Simi Valley 17
Heritage Christian 30, Granada Hills 22
Paraclete 63, Tehachapi 7

El Segundo 41, Torrance 10
Santa Monica 26, South Torrance 0
Sierra Canyon 38, Redondo 3
Morningside 21, North Torrance 7
Leuzinger 55, Hawthorne 14
Mary Star 28, Bishop Montgomery 27
Mira Costa 35, West Torrance 6
Compton 47, Gardena 0
Lawndale 35, San Pedro 26

Gahr 34, St. Anthony 7
Warren 29, St. Paul 28
Cerritos Valley Christian 35, Ontario Christian 3
Lynwood 52, Rancho Dominguez 0
South Gate 57, Salesian 20

 

Carpinteria 17, Viewpoint 2
Channel Islands 28, San Marcos 10
Dos Pueblos 49, San Luis Obispo 0
Hart 44, St. Bonaventure 34
Malibu 35, McAuliffe 6
Nordhoff 24, Fillmore 0
Buena 38, Pacifica/Oxnard 35
Burroughs/Ridgecrest 46, Barstow 0
Lompoc 42, Righetti 0
Royal 44, Santa Barbara 34
Pioneer Valley 32, Santa Maria 28
Arroyo Grande 38, St. Joseph/Santa Maria 20
Carnegie 14, Santa Rosa Academy 7
Santa Ynez 41, Templeton 7
St. Francis 49, Saugus 20
Linfield Christian 45, Excelsior 7
Firebaugh 38, Ribet Academy 13
Camarillo 42, Ventura 21
West Ranch 48, Oak Park 21
St. Genevieve 35, Arleta 7
Valencia/Valencia 56, Bakersfield 14
Birmingham 36, Agoura 27
Yucca Valley 48, Palo Verde Valley 6
Calabasas 35, El Camino Real 8
Rio Mesa 44, Cleveland 7
Oxnard 54, Locke 15
Santa Clara 40, Jordan/LA 16
Madera 34, Atascadero 14
Morro Bay 28, McFarland 12
Newbury Park 52, Venice 42
Paso Robles 27, Clovis North 7
Calipatria 38, Riverside Prep 20
Lincoln/San Diego 40, Dorsey 7
Southwest/San Diego 28, Orange Vista 14
Notre Dame Prep/Scottsdale 48, La Salle 17
Silver Valley 58, Bishop 19
Desert Mirage35, Calexico 14

L.A. CITY
CENTRAL LEAGUE
Belmont at Legacy
Contreras 17, Hollywood 14
Bernstein 42, Roybal 6
EAST VALLEY LEAGUE
Chavez 20, North Hollywood 14
Grant at Monroe
Sun Valley Poly at Verdugo Hills
EXPOSITION LEAGUE
Angelou 35, Rivera 29
Santee 26, Fremont 10
Jefferson 40, West Adams 33
VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE
Canoga Park 42, Van Nuys 0
Panorama at San Fernando
Sylmar 22, Granada Hills Kennedy 20
NONLEAGUE
Bell 49, Chatsworth 14
Wilmington Banning 50, Hawkins 0
Palisades 35, Huntington Park 34
Los Angeles Hamilton 20, Taft 17
Reseda 19, Los Angeles Marshall 16
westchester 27, Los Angeles Roosevelt 21
Los Angeles Wilson at Manual Arts
Torres 38, Sotomayor 0
Washington 42, Los Angeles 6

8-MAN
CIF-SS
DESERT MOUNTAIN LEAGUE
Lone Pine vs. Lancaster Desert Christian
NONLEAGUE
Bell-Jeff at Flintridge Prep
Cate at Lancaster Baptist.
Chadwick 62, Rolling Hills Prep 27
Hesperia Christian vs. Riverside County Education Academy
La Verne Lutheran at California Lutheran
Lighthouse Christian at Crossroads Christian
Mission Prep at Joshua Springs
Mojave at Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian
Faith Baptist 42, Orcutt Academy 28
Sage Hill vs. Price at Daniels Field
St. Michael’s Prep vs. Calvary Baptist at Damien

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All of Friday’s stories, photos, videos, scores and more

This is the place to find all of OCVarsity’s coverage of the high school football games on Friday night — game stories, photos, videos, scores and more.

VIDEO
Fryer and Albano recap Friday’s highlights, star performances

VIDEO
Highlights from Mission Viejo vs. La Habra

PHOTOS
See the great action, fun moments from Friday’s football games

La Habra's Skyler Taylor is tackled by Mission Viejo's Shaun Adamson during a game at La Habra high school in La Habra on Friday, September 8, 2017. (Photo by Matt Masin, Orange County Register, SCNG)
La Habra’s Skyler Taylor is tackled by Mission Viejo’s Shaun Adamson during a game at La Habra high school in La Habra on Friday, September 8, 2017. (Photo by Matt Masin, Orange County Register, SCNG)

SCORES AND STATS
Orange County football scores from Friday’s games
Orange County scores and player stats for Friday (9-8-17)

GAME STORIES
STORY: Mission Viejo overcomes adversity en route to win over La Habra
STORY: Corona del Mar takes another giant leap, rolls to win over El Toro
STORY: Jung’s late TD run gives Sunny Hills win in tough battle with Godinez
STORY: JSerra survives a wild, high-scoring battle with Bishop Amat
STORY: Hilinski throws for 505 yards as high-powered Orange Lutheran attack wears down Vista Murrieta
STORY: Mater Dei marches to victory over La Mirada without much trouble
STORY: Capistrano Valley uses late TD to top rival San Juan Hills
STORY: McMahon, Servite power through penalties to crush Roosevelt
STORY: San Clemente needs time to warm up, but ends up crushing Fullerton
STORY: Trabuco Hills defense rises to challenge, secures win over Fountain Valley
STORY: De Loera leads the way as Ocean View pounds Rancho Alamitos
STORY: Fill-in starter Gallego guides Edison past Canyon with efficient effort
STORY: Westminster arrives motivated, leaves with win over Marina
STORY: Woodbridge steals the spotlight on Garden Grove’s important night
STORY: Irvine triumphs despite ‘amazing’ effort by Western, Munoz

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CIF-SS Masters Meet: Top finishers (boys and girls) and O.C. state qualifiers

Top finishers from the CIF-SS Masters Meet on Friday at Arcadia High.

MASTERS MEET
At Arcadia High
(Q: Additional Orange County qualifiers for the CIF State Meet)

BOYS RESULTS

100m – 1. Guidry (Vista Murrieta) 10.35, 2. Cunningham (Ranco Verde) 10.41, 3. Hampton (Yucaipa) 10.49, Q – None

200m – 1. Cunningham (Rancho Verde) 21.52, 2. Moore (Oaks Christian) 21.54, 3. Hampton (Yucaipa) 21.55, Q – None

400m – 1. Shinnick (Damien) 46.38, 2. Saniego (Vista Murrieta) 47.69, 3. Bowens (Long Beach Poly) 47.95, Q – None

800m – 1. Irish (Palos Verdes) 1:55.21, 2. Villa (Corona) 1:55.40, 3. Lamb (Glendora) 1:55.43, Q – None

1600m – 1. Renken (Claremont) 4:10.95, 2. Fountain (Great Oak) 4:11.88, 3. Berti (Paso Robles) 4:12.74, Q – Smith (Pacifica)

3200m – 1. Bolger (San Luis Obispo) 9:03.24, 2. Llorin (Mira Costa) 9:06.30, 3. Corcoran (St. John Bosco) 9:07.77, Q – None

110HH – 1. Anderson (Upland) 13.56, 2. Samuel (Rancho Verde) 13.85, 3. Rubio (Los Alamitos) 13.89, Q – Sandoval (Servite)

300IH – 1. Anderson (Upland) 36.58, 2. Christensen (Los Osos) 36.90, 3. Samuel (Rancho Verde) 37.03, Q – Rubio (Los Alamitos), Hennesay (Santa Margarita)

400m relay – 1. Rancho Verde 41.14, 2. Oaks Christian 41.26, 3. Gahr 41.54, Q – Mission Viejo

1600m relay – 1. Roosevelt 3:15.30, 2. Long Beach Wilson 3:16.02, 3. Aliso Niguel 3:16.06

HJ – 1. Crosby (Gahr) 6-07.00, 2. Lee (Trabuco Hills) 6-07.00, 3. Sears (Alemany) 6-07.00, Q – None

LJ – 1. Thompson (Rancho Verde) 23-08.00, 2. Douglas (Long Beach Poly) 23-03.00, 3. Reyes (Elsinore) 22-09.50, Q – Rubio (Los Alamitos), Wesley (Santa Ana Valley)

TJ – 1. Stevenson (Great Oak) 49-09.00, 2. Nnoli (San Marcos) 47-00.50, 3. Massey (Hesperia) 46-09.50, Q – None

PV – 1. Curran (Redondo Union) 17-00.00, 2. Magula (Marina) 16-00.00, 3. Fegan (Newport Harbor) 15-00.00, Q – Martinez (JSerra)

SP – 1. Tsu (Marina) 60-06.00, 2. Johnson (Valley View) 58-05.00, 3. Wilborn (Notre Dame S.O.) 57-03.50, Q – Arnold (Marina), Schooler (Mission Viejo)

DT – 1. Otal (Oak Park) 201-01, 2. Kocab (Serrano) 189-06, 3. Coronado (Golden Valley) 176-04, Q – Lavalle (Mission Viejo)

GIRLS RESULTS

100: 1. Nowling (Calabasas) 11.57, 2. Reed (Serra) 11.59, 3. Augustine (Long Beach Poly) 11.66

200: 1. Augustine (Long Beach Poly) 23.95, 2. Nowling (Calabasas) 24.05, 3. Reed (Serra) 24.11

400: 1. Anderson (Norco) 53.43, 2. Medley (El Toro) 54.15, 3. Harris (Rancho Cucamonga) 54.79

800: 1. Hill (Etiwanda) 2:09.09, 2. Tanaka (Long Beach Poly) 2:09.82, 3. Yago (Marymount) 2:10.43, Q – Sanacore (Los Alamitos)

1,600: 1. Boos (Claremont) 4:49.74, 2. Herberg (Capistrano Valley) 4:49.92, 3. Mandel (Great Oak) 4:51.05

3,200: 1. Lane (Malibu) 10:10.25, 2. Cruz-Albrec (Oak Park) 10:24.19, 3. Adler (Northwood) 10:24.62, Q – Leonard (Canyon)

100HH: 1. Davis (Agoura) 13.45, 2. Jones (San Marcos) 13.90, 3. Hicks (Upland) 13.91

300IH: 1. Anderson (Norco) 41.41, 2. Robinson (Mira Costa) 41.96, 3. Bernard Jo (Roosevelt) 43.41

400 relay: 1. Calabasas 46.02, 2. Santa Margarita 46.28, 3. Serra 47.29

1,600 relay: 1. Santa Margarita 3:47.82, 2. Quartz Hill 3:48.07, 3. Dana Hills 3:48.69

HJ: 1. Burke (Riverside Poly) 5-5, 2. Garner (Woodbridge) 5-5, 3. Palka (Oaks Christian) 5-5

LJ: 1. Davis (Agoura) 20-3.25, 2. Seaton (Westlake) 19-1, 3. Smith (Long Beach Poly) 19-0.50, Q – May (Northwood), Chiaramonte (Mater Dei)

TJ: 1. Davis (Agoura) 40-4, 2. Moersdorf (San Luis Obispo) 40-2.25, 3. Smith (Long Beach Poly) 40-1.25, Q – Garner (Woodbridge), Weeks (Santa Margarita), May (Northwood)

PV: 1. Baxter (Canyon) 14-4, 2. Caskey (Mater Dei) 13-4, 3. Thomas (Santa Margarita) 12-10. Q – Gerardo (Santa Margarita), Combs (Orange Lutheran), Agnew (Mission Viejo)

SP: 1. Sale (Los Alamitos) 46-11.75, 2. Anumba (Los Osos) 45-10.5, 3. Patterson (Louisville) 43-3.5

DT: 1. Anumba (Los Osos) 166-1, 2. F. Crenshaw (Costa Mesa) 150-5, 3. Sale (Los Alamitos) 142-5, Q – T. Crenshaw (Costa Mesa)

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Boys volleyball regional playoffs: Thursday’s scores, Saturday’s schedule

Boys volleyball scores from the CIF Southern California Regional semifinals on Thursday, and the schedule for the championships on Saturday, May 27.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

Division I
Semifinals
Corona del Mar def. Newport Harbor, 25-13, 25-20, 18-25, 25-22

Division II
Semifinals
Clovis def. Calabasas, 25-22, 23-25, 20-25, 25-17, 15-11

Division III
Semifinals
Kennedy def. Cerritos, 25-23, 25-23, 30-28
Sage Creek/Carlsbad def. La Serna, 25-18, 25-13, 16-25, 24-26, 15-12

Championships schedule
Saturday, at Edison High
Division III: Kennedy vs. Sage Creek/Carlsbad, 1 p.m.
Division II: Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks vs. Clovis, 3 p.m.
Division I: Corona del Mar vs. Loyola, 5:30 p.m.

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CIF-SS baseball playoffs: Tuesday’s scores, Friday’s updated schedule

The scores from Tuesday’s CIF-SS baseball playoff games, and the updated schedule for the quarterfinals on Friday.

BASEBALL
Second round

DIVISION 1
Huntington Beach 3, Servite 0
El Dorado 6, Dana Hills 0
Corona 5, Vista Murrieta 4
Riverside North 10, South Hills 8
Redlands East Valley 5, Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks 4
Mater Dei 12, Dos Pueblos 2
Foothill 4, Gahr 1
El Toro 3, Bishop Amat 2

Quarterfinals
Friday, 3:15 p.m.
El Dorado at Huntington Beach
Corona at Riverside North
Mater Dei at Redlands East Valley
Foothill at El Toro

DIVISION 2
St. John Bosco 9, Woodbridge 2
Glendora 3, Rio Mesa 2
Laguna Beach 3, Newbury Park 1
Capistrano Valley 7, St. Bonaventure 3
Mira Costa 3, Ayala 2
Palm Desert 4, La Mirada 3
Edison 2, Moorpark 1

Wednesday, 4 p.m.
Village Christian at Etiwanda

Quarterfinals
Friday, 3:15 p.m.
Glendora at St. John Bosco
TBD at Laguna Beach
Capistrano Valley at Mira Costa
Palm Desert at Edison

DIVISION 3
Quartz Hill 9, San Gorgonio 3
Paso Robles 3, Riverside Poly 0
El Segundo 13, Troy 6
Walnut 7, Sierra Canyon 3
Don Lugo 2, Santa Fe 1
Paraclete 5, Canyon 4
Peninsula 4, Crean Lutheran 1
Righetti 3, Charter Oak 2

Quarterfinals
Friday, 3:15 p.m.
Quartz Hill at Paso Robles
El Segundo at Walnut
Paraclete at Don Lugo
Peninsula at Righetti

DIVISION 4
Tahquitz 5, Segerstrom 4
Wilson/Hacienda Heights 1, Santa Ynez 0
Nogales 10, Serra/Gardena 8
Capistrano Valley Christian 6, Burbank 5
Grace Brethren 6, Calvary Chapel/Santa Ana 4
Fullerton 3, Linfield Christian 1
Victor Valley 4, Sonora 3
Maranatha 5, Alhambra 3

Quarterfinals
Friday, 3:15 p.m.
Tahquitz at Wilson/Hacienda Heights
Capistrano Valley Christian at Nogales
Grace Brethren at Fullerton
Victor Valley at Maranatha

DIVISION 5
Oak Hills 12, Salesian 1
Pacifica/Oxnard 12, Palm Springs 5
Grand Terrace 4, Jurupa Valley 0
Chaffey 9, North Torrance 4
Katella 11, Atascadero 4
Heritage 2, Apple Valley 1
Campbell Hall 3, Garden Grove 1
La Canada 6, Templeton 0

Quarterfinals
Friday, 3:15 p.m.
Oak Hills at Pacifica/Oxnard
Grand Terrace at Chaffey
Katella at Heritage
La Canada at Campbell Hall

DIVISION 6
Rancho Christian 6, El Monte 4
Southlands Christian 5, Twentynine Palms 2
Big Bear 14, St. Anthony 7
Santa Maria 4, Foothill Tech 2
Malibu 3, Pasadena Poly 0
Barstow 5, Pomona 4
St. Bernard 7, Hesperia Christian 2
Moreno Valley 5, Rancho Mirage 2

Quarterfinals
Friday, 3:15 p.m.
Rancho Christian at Southlands Christian
Big Bear at Santa Maria
Barstow at Malibu
Moreno Valley at St. Bernard

DIVISION 7
Faith Baptist 9, Environmental Charter 2
Apple Valley Christian 11, Upland Christian 11
Carnegie 16, Riverside Bethel Christian 4
Bishop Diego 7, Hillcrest Christian 1
Arrowhead Christian 25, Hamilton/Anza 0
Gladstone 3, Joshua Springs 2
Coast Union 8, Einstein 1
Boron 23, Tarbut V’Torah 0

Quarterfinals
Friday, 3:15 p.m.
Faith Baptist at Apple Valley Christian
Carnegie at Bishop Diego
Gladstone at Arrowhead Christian
Coast Union at Boron

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