GIRLS’ BASKETBALL ’93-'94: SOUTH COAST LEAGUE : 1992-93 / IN REVIEW : Highlights
Capistrano Valley again dominated league play and completed its second consecutive unbeaten championship season. Led by league most valuable player Angie White, the Cougars advanced to the Southern Section Division I-AA final before losing to top-seeded Lynwood, 58-41. . . . Capistrano Valley received only two scares in the league season, at Mater Dei and Mission Viejo, but the Cougars were able to pull out three-point victories. In the Division I-A playoffs, San Clemente beat Pasadena, 57-48, in the first round before losing to second-seeded Perris, 71-57, in the second. Mater Dei lost in the first round to Chino, 52-41. . . . In the Division II-AA playoffs, Mission Viejo lost in the first round to Cerritos Gahr, 53-32, which advanced to the final, losing to Brea-Olinda. . . . Dana Hills entered league play with high expectations. The Dolphins were 9-2 and ranked in the Orange County top 10. They opened the season with easy victories over San Clemente and El Toro as Adara Newidouski set the school career scoring record, but then lost to Mission Viejo, 50-49, to start a four-game league losing streak.
League Overall School W L W L Capistrano Valley 10 0 26 5 Mater Dei 6 4 16 9 San Clemente 6 4 17 11 Mission Viejo 5 5 15 10 Dana Hills 3 7 12 9 El Toro 0 10 2 19