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  • Basketball

It's wait and see what happens with standout basketball player Marvin Bagley III of Sierra Canyon.

Bagley, who will be a senior, has not informed Sierra Canyon of his plans for next season, according to athletic director Rock Pillsbury. Bagley and two younger brothers attend Sierra Canyon.

First-year coach Andre Chevalier appears to be moving forward and beginning preparation for the summer without Bagley. The spring semester ends next month.

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  • Basketball

It's wait and see what happens with standout basketball player Marvin Bagley III of Sierra Canyon.

Bagley, who will be a senior, has not informed Sierra Canyon of his plans for next season, according to athletic director Rock Pillsbury. Bagley and two younger brothers attend Sierra Canyon.

First-year coach Andre Chevalier appears to be moving forward and beginning preparation for the summer without Bagley. The spring semester ends next month.

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Junior Sean Maruyama of Campbell Hall has been one of the hottest golfers in the state this month, and he continued his fine play on Thursday, winning the CIF/SCGA So Cal Regional Golf Championship at Brookside Golf Course.

He shot a 4-under 68 for a two-stroke victory over Seldon Doyle of Thousand Oaks, Will Draper of Chaminade and Derrick Liu of Palm Desert.

The top nine individuals advance to the state championships at Poppy Hills on May 31.

  • Baseball

Junior Christos Stefanos of West Ranch has been selected the baseball player of the year in the Foothill League.

Chase Farrell of Valencia was the pitcher of the year.

First-team all-league:

Next Saturday, June 3, at Dodger Stadium is a doubleheader for the City Section championship. Chatsworth and Birmingham have already qualified for the Division I final at 1 p.m.

But it's the Division II final at 10 a.m. where the players might be most excited, because these are the teams and players getting the rare opportunity to fulfill their dreams of playing in a major league stadium.

The matchup will be decided on Saturday in the semifinals at USC. Arleta will play Locke at 10 a.m., followed by LACES vs. Roybal at 1 p.m.

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Next Saturday, June 3, at Dodger Stadium is a doubleheader for the City Section championship. Chatsworth and Birmingham have already qualified for the Division I final at 1 p.m.

But it's the Division II final at 10 a.m. where the players might be most excited, because these are the teams and players getting the rare opportunity to fulfill their dreams of playing in a major league stadium.

The matchup will be decided on Saturday in the semifinals at USC. Arleta will play Locke at 10 a.m., followed by LACES vs. Roybal at 1 p.m.

  • Track

Carson and Dorsey are favored to win team titles for girls and boys at the City Section track and field championships set for Thursday at El Camino College. The first running event is at 5:30 p.m.

Defending state 400-meter champion Kaelin Roberts leads a deep and talented Carson girls team.

Dorsey has lots of depth in the sprint races, led by football player Antwone Williams.

BOYS' VOLLEYBALL

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL

Division I

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BOYS' VOLLEYBALL

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL

Division I

SOFTBALL

SOUTHERN SECTION

DIVISION 5