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2018 posts

Freshman Zoe Campos of West Ranch won the CIF state individual girls' golf championship on Tuesday by shooting a 2-under 69 at Poppy Hills.

She was four strokes ahead of her nearest competitor, Brianna Navarrosa of Chula Vista Mater Dei.

Campos, a UCLA commit, played in the U.S. Women's Amateur last summer. Imagine what she might accomplish over the next three years at West Ranch.

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GIRLS' TENNIS

CITY

DIVISION I

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  • Football

The City Section created an eight-team Open Division football playoff system this season, going with the top eight teams based on CalPreps.com rankings. And now, after a week off, the tournament begins Friday.

The big question is will the first-round games be competitive? With the exception of Arleta-Jefferson, the first-round games were not competitive in Division I.

San Pedro plays at No. 1 Narbonne. San Pedro lost earlier this season to the Gauchos, 57-7. San Pedro will have several players back for this game. The Gauchos' passing attack has awakened behind quarterback Jalen Chatman and receivers Juwan Tucker and Noah Jackson.

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This photo sequence shows the one-handed touchdown catch by TaeVeon Le of Corona del Mar.
This photo sequence shows the one-handed touchdown catch by TaeVeon Le of Corona del Mar. (Courtesy Corona del Mar)

The 43rd career touchdown catch by tight end TaeVeon Le of Corona del Mar will be remembered for years to come.

His one-handed catch with 17 seconds left gave Corona del Mar a 42-35 playoff victory over Eastvale Roosevelt.

Le has been known for his big-time catches, but this may be the best of all.

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Senior tries to put himself in position for college scholarship

Reseda is 10-1 and playing Granada Hills in Friday's City Section Division II quarterfinal playoff game. The Highlanders better watch out for senior receiver-defensive back Ja'lani Ellison.

He had 15 interceptions last season, and he's up to seven this season.

Last week against Franklin, he returned a kickoff for a touchdown, returned a punt for a touchdown, rushed for a touchdown and caught a touchdown pass.

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  • Basketball

Former Fairfax and UCLA basketball player Josh Shipp has joined the Lions as an assistant coach.

Shipp, who played professionally overseas, has been working with the players since the fall.

"He's awesome," Fairfax coach Steve Baik said. "To have him on staff, you can't ask for anything better. He knows the game and is great with the players."

If you like offense, Friday's Southern Section Division 2 quarterfinal football playoff game between Norco and visiting Valencia should have lots of touchdowns being scored.

Norco has scored 56 and 83 points in its last two games. Running back Travis Dye ran for 346 yards and six touchdowns against Eastvale Roosevelt and 331 yards and six touchdowns against Los Alamitos.

Valencia has scored 64, 59 and 54 points in its last three games. Mykael Wright has been rising up as a receiver and defensive back. Quarterback Connor Downs has passed for 2,641 yards and 25 touchdowns.

FOOTBALL

CITY

OPEN DIVISION

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CIF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL

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Alemany hasn't made the Southern Section football playoffs for four consecutive seasons, and another coaching change could be coming.

James Washington has been the coach the last two seasons with records of 3-7. He replaced Dean Herrington, who was fired despite having won seven league titles in 10 years.

Of course, both faced the challenge of playing Division 1 football and in the Mission League.