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SportSceneTV.net on February 24, 2015

BY Brian Gelet, Sportscenetv.net


 

Tuesday night’s action had plenty of local teams in CIF-Southern Section quarterfinal games. Winners in quarterfinals games will advance to Friday’s semifinal games, fighting for spots in the divisional championship title games Saturday, March 5, at the Honda Center in Anaheim. Game times this Friday are 7 p.m. Venues for the games will be announced later today or early tomorrow.

Open Division Quarter Finals

Chino Hills defeated Inglewood 112-78.

Chino Hills will host Mater Dei in the quarterfinals. The game could be played at Ayala High School in Chino Hills.

Damien lost to No. 2-seed Bishop Montgomery, 58-56, in overtime.

Damien moves to the Consolation Bracket, and will host Alemany on Friday. Bishop   Montgomery will play Sierra Canyon in the championship semifinals Friday.

Division 1A

Walnut lost a close on to Camarillo, 65-61

Division 1AA Quarter Finals

Etiwanda struggled against a strong Rancho Verde defense, losing 57-40, to end its season.

Division 2AA

Ayala was on point as they defeated Perris, 89-60.

Ayala will travel to Loyola High School in Los Angeles Friday

Claremont fell to Edison, 78-71.

Kaiser topped A.B. Miller, 77-51.

Kaiser will travel to Edison High School in Huntington Beach Friday.

Division 3A

Diamond Ranch beat Tahquitz, 66-58.

Diamond Ranch will host Beverly Hills Friday.

 

Girls Soccer Play

Division 1

Chino hills beat San Juan Hills, 2-1.

Chino Hills will be on the road again Thursday to face No.1-seed Aliso Niguel in the quarterfinals.

 

Wednesday Action

Girls Basketball: Division 1A: Chino Hills at Cypress; Diamond Bar travels to No. 1-seed Mira Costa. Open Division: Etiwanda hosting Chaminade.

Boys Soccer: Division 3: Chino Hills at Redlands East Valley, 3 p.m.

Division 5: Diamond Ranch at Domino Leadership, 3 p.m.

Division 6: Ontario Christian will host No. 1-seed Desert Mirage, 5 p.m.

 

That’s How I See It

Brian SportSceneTV.net

Posted by Brian

I have covered and reported on Prep sports in and around the Chino Valley for over 15 years with the goal of promoting the positive aspects of sports. There by showing my appreciation of the detection and sacrifices made by players, coaches, staffs and administrations. That help prepare and equip our youth to move on into adulthood and to become contributing members of society.

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