No. 1 Mater Dei (15-3) vs. No. 2 Brea Olinda (16-2)
When: Saturday, Jan. 20
Where: Mater Dei, 7 p.m.
CIF-SS division: Open or Division 1 for both teams
Updated state rankings by MaxPreps: Mater Dei No. 10, Brea Olinda 20
Last time they played: 2015 CIF-SS Open Division quarterfinals, Mater Dei won, 77-50
Key players: Jasmine Rachal (Brea Olinda, Sr., G), Iyree Jarrett (Brea Olinda, Sr. PG), Brooke Demetre (Mater Dei, Fr., F), Emma Torbert (Mater Dei, Sr., C), Khylee Pepe (Mater Dei, Fr., F)
Brea Oinda’s key stats: Rachal 15.2 points per game, Jarrett 5.1 assists per game, Rilee Price 4.3 steals
Costa Mesa football coach Glen Fisher has resigned for personal reasons, he confirmed Tuesday.
Fisher coached the Mustangs for three seasons, compiling a 9-21 record. Costa Mesa finished with a 3-7 record last season, including a 0-5 mark in the Orange Coast League.
He arrived at Costa Mesa after a two-year stint as the coach at Beckman.
Fisher remains an AP government and history teacher at Costa Mesa.
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How I voted today in the Orange County boys basketball top 10.
But first, this was a challenging week for putting together at top 10. Capistrano Valley lost to Aliso Niguel, which lost to El Toro. El Toro also beat last week’s No. 6 team Trabuco Hills … El Toro is 9-9 so it’s not like the Chargers have doing this every week … Laguna Beach is going to have 23 or 24 wins at the end of the regular season, and Laguna beat Aliso and Orange Lutheran, yet it’s still difficult for me to place the Breakers among the
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O.C. Register Top 10
1. Laguna Beach 12-0
2. Mater Dei 10-2
3. Corona del Mar 6-1
4. Foothill 8-5
5. Los Alamitos 11-3
6. Orange Lutheran 7-3
7. Santa Margarita 6-1
8. Huntington Beach 7-4
9. Newport Harbor 7-6
10. San Clemente 5-5
LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball took a big step up in competition Saturday morning in their second basketball game in Lithuania and failed to score a point.
LiAngelo, 19 and LaMelo, 16 played sparingly for Vytautas in the team’s 95-86 road loss to Lietkabelis.
LiAngelo went 0 for 3 from the field in a little more than nine minutes. LaMelo played just over five minutes and was 0 for 4 shooting.
The Ball brothers combined for 29 points Tuesday in their Lithuanian debut in an exhibition Big Baller Brand Showcase game against a junior team comprised primarily of teenagers.
Saturday’s game, however, represented their
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School, league record, overall record
Villa Park 0-0
Yorba Linda 0-0
Sunny Hills 1-0
Buena Pork 0-1
La Habra 0-1
Round 1 scores
Sunny Hills 6, La Habra 3
Troy 11, Buena Park 4
Fullerton 20, Buena Park 2
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove 1-0, 9-9
Pacifica All-County linebacker Isaak Togia (6-1, 215) has committed to San Jose State, the senior announced on Twitter.
The Empire League’s co-MVP recorded 136 tackles to help the Mariners (10-2) earn a share of the Empire League title and reach the second round of the CIF-SS Division 10 playoffs, where they fell to Valley View of Moreno Valley.
“Isaak made a really good connection to their staff,” Pacifica coach Vinnie Lopez said Thursday. “He has an opportunity to play right away there. It’s not too far from home. … I am really happy that he found a place where he feels he
TUSTIN – After erasing a nine-point deficit in the final minutes, Beckman’s boys basketball team was in prime position to steal a victory from Trabuco Hills.
Fortunately for the Mustangs, Dylan Thoerner missed a 3-point shot at the end of regulation and Trabuco Hills prevailed in overtime 59-53 behind Chase Anderson’s 19 points.
Trabuco Hills coach Sean Sullens was relieved after seeing Thoerner’s potential game-winner miss the mark.
“We actually defended the pick and roll,” Sullens said. “They killed us with their stud number 11 (Thoerner). I told them if you want to win the game you have to defend that play.”