Girls' basketball: Brea Olinda earns chance to play for 10th state title

Eric Sondheimer
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Brea Olinda (28-4) has been one of the top girls' basketball programs in the state and now the Wildcats get a shot to win a 10th state title.

Reli Richardson made all 17 of her free-throw attempts and finished with 27 points in a 64-55 win over Vista Murrieta on Saturday in the Division I Southern California Regional final.

Brea Olinda advances to the 6 p.m. final on Thursday against Mountain View St. Francis at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento.

Jasmin Rachal had 14 points and Tyiona Watkins added 12.

Brittney Reed scored 22 poins for Vista Murrieta.

In Division IV, Antelope Valley defeated La Canada, 66-51. Tylen Price scored 22 points. Antelope Valley will face Santa Rosa Cardinal Newman on Saturday at 10 a.m. in Sacramento.


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