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Southwest Raiders seek to conclude perfect Sweetwater district roller hockey season Phillip Brents | Tue, Feb 18 2014 03:33 AM

The Southwest High School roller hockey team is poised to accomplish something no other previous Raiders squad has done to date: finish undefeated in games not only against South Bay League rivals but also in cross-league games against teams from the Mesa League.

Southwest rolled past the Bonita Vista Barons, 6-3, in Monday’s Presidents Day non-league encounter at the Castle Park High School rink to raise its record to 15-3 overall and 3-0 against Mesa League teams.

The Raiders close out their four-game series against teams from the Mesa League on Thursday when they engage the Otay Ranch Mustangs. A win over the Mustangs would give Southwest a 16-0 record against other Sweetwater district teams this season.

That speaks volume for respect for the Southwest program.

“We’ve won all our games so far against teams from the South Bay League and the Mesa League — that’s something we’ve never done before,” said SOHS goaltender Jose Andrade, who finished Monday's game with 38 saves on 41 shots faced.

Monday’s game pitted a pair of high profile players in Bonita Vista’s Jonathan O’Brien and Angel Rocha for the Raiders. O’Brien entered the game ranked second in scoring among district teams with 77 goals and 83 points while Rocha was third with 67 goals and 77 points.

Rocha turned in an all-around standout performance on the floor on both offense and defense to lead his team and best O’Brien and the Barons (12-6) in the marquee head-to-head showdown.

Still, the Southwest scoring ace was not quite satisfied with the effort.

“It wasn’t my best game of the season because we allowed three goals,” he said.

Rocha and his teammates obviously have set their standards high.

O’Brien started off the scoring in the opening period but Rocha, like a snake, pounced on two Baron turnovers to score a pair of opportunistic goals to stake his team to a 2-1 lead after the first period.

Rocha and O’Brien traded goals in the second period to extend the Raider lead to 3-2.

O’Brien tallied his hat trick goal, assisted by Thomas Giltner, to tie the game early in the third period. But Rocha take command of the game by rattling off three unanswered goals to close out the game to record a double hat trick.

His final goal was a thing of beauty — a perfectly-place shot top shelf on BVHS netminder Hawk Anderson, one of the district’s elite netminders.

Rocha enters Wednesday’s non-league game against top-ranked Rancho Bernardo with 73 goals and 10 assists for 83 points.

O’Brien enters Tuesday’s Mesa League tilt against Hilltop with 80 goals and six assists for 86 points.

O’Brien continues to hold the district goal-scoring advantage — four over Eastlake’s Aaron Mayer and seven over Rocha.

Mayer collected 10 points — three goals and seven assists — in Eastlake’s 24-0 roll-over win over Sweetwater on Monday to set a new conference single-season scoring record. The 10 points upped his season total to 135 points to eclipse the former record of 126 points posted by Castle Park’s Donny McGraw during the 2002-03 season.

Mayer has accumulated 76 goals and 59 assists with at least four games yet to be played this season — three regular season encounters and at least one playoff game.

McGraw finished the 2002-03 season with 86 goals.

Mayer entered Monday’s non-league game against the Red Devils with 125 points. He tied McGraw’s record three minutes into the game when he assisted a goal by teammate Sam Bawden and set the record with six minutes to play in the opening period when he assisted a goal by teammate Nick Ziccardi.

Mayer was presented with the keepsake puck during a brief play stoppage before the ensuing restart, with EHS head coach Ron Cole leading the applause for Mayer’s memorable moment in time.

Bawden ranked secondin the game with six goals and three assists for nine points while Ziccardi collected four goals and one assist, Michael Mechling had a goal and four assists, Will Winters had three goals and one assist, Ricardo Mendoza had two goals and two assists, Nick Rodriguez had two goals and one assist, Danny Castillo scored twice and Zach Landry scored once.

Mechling ranks fourth in district scoring with 35 goals and 63 points while Bawden is sixth behind Otay Ranch’s Devyn Taras with 32 goals and 48 points.

The Titans improved to 14-3 on the season.

In other non-league games played on Monday:

Scripps Ranch 5, St. Augustine 3

The Falcons continued their second-half season push by edging the Saints in a key playoff seeding encounter. Zach Lopez led Scripps (8-9) with four goals and one assist while Edwin Do scored one goal.

Poway 10, La Jolla Country Day 1

In another playoff seeding match-up, the Titans proved their superiority against the Torreys. Poway goals: Nick Holdman 3, Charlie Liebman 2, Scott Bourget 1, Shane O'Brien 1, Jeff Hutton 1, Kit Carter 1, Nick Brooks 1.

In games Tuesday at the Castle Park High School rink:

Eastlake 16, Otay Ranch 3
The Titans (15-3) received points from seven players in the Mesa League victory against the Mustangs (8-8-1). Sam Bawden and Nick Ziccardi paced the reigning league champions with three goals and three assists each while teammates Aaron Mayer (three goals, two assists) and Michael Mechling (two goals, three assists) each collected five points. Also for the Titans, who improved to 8-0 in league play, Danny Castillo scored two goals and one assist, Nick Rodriguez had two goals and Zach Landry scored once. Devyn Taras led Otay Ranch, which finished 4-5 in league play, with three goals.

The game was close early on, with Eastlake skating to a 3-0 lead before Otay Ranch’s Taras reeled off a hat trick at the tail end of the first period to trim the Titan lead to 4-3. But Eastlake finished the game with 12 unanswered goals in the following two periods.

Mayer increased his CIF-Metro Conference single-season record scoring total to 140 points — 79 goals, 61 assists. Taras leads the Mustangs in scoring with 38 goals and 14 assists.

Bonita Vista 9, Hilltop 2
The Barons swept the Mesa League three-game season series against the Lancers for the first time in several seasons. Team scoring leader Jonathan O’Brien led Bonita Vista with five goals and one assist while Thomas Giltner turned in a career-best effort with four goals and one assist. Miranda Peters also drew an assist in the Barons’ win — their 13th of the season against six losses.

Bonita Vista opened up a 5-0 first period lead and eventually increased that advantage to 8-0 before Hilltop snapped Baron goaltender Hawk Anderson’s shutout bid on a goal by team captain Sebastian Ross. Phillip Fuñe scored the Lancers’ other goal.

The Barons finished league play 4-5 while Hilltop (9-10 overall) dropped to 1-7 in league play with one game remaining against league champion Eastlake. “I’m most happy for the whole team because we’ve had some tough games, some tough losses recently,” BVHS coach Keith Quigley said after Tuesday’s contest pitting longtime rivals. “We had a tough loss to Southwest on Monday — great game but a tough loss. We also had a tough loss in overtime to Otay Ranch last week. I’m very happy for the team to come back from those losses and get this big win. Everyone was focused.”

O'Brien raised his conference-leading goal-scoring total to 85. His 92 total scoring points place him eight shy of reaching the 100-point plateau this season.



Cream starting to rise to the top for Kiwanis Cup playoffs

It appears the cream has finally started to rise to the top in advance of the 2013-14 Kiwanis Cup championship playoffs. The Rancho Bernardo Broncos and Westview Wolverines have to be considered the favorites among many by now to meet in the championship game.

Both teams finished North County League play 10-2, with RB defeated Westview in two of the teams’ three league matchups to earn a slight edge. The rest of the 12-team playoff field appears up for grabs.

“This year there are a couple of teams at the top but the majority of teams are fighting tooth and nail for positions,” said Rancho Bernardo coach Pat Sagara following his team’s 9-0 non-league victory against the three-time South Bay League champion Southwest Raiders Wednesday night at the Castle Park High School rink. “The parity is definitely there.”

The Raiders fought tooth and nail against the Broncos and turned in a good showing overall. Rancho Bernardo took a 4-0 lead through the opening period — all on goals by 2012-13 CIF Player of the Year Spencer Ridout — but only managed to dent the Southwest defense for three goals in the second period and two in the final period.

Cameron Richards stopped a handful of shots to record the shutout as the stingy RB defense had a solid game-plan of its own.

Ridout finished the game with seven goals. It was hard to contain his cannon shot. Alex Pelletier picked up two assists in the game while Jungwoo Kim and Brendan O'Rourke each had a goal and assist. Bailey Ridout and Asher McCormick also earned assists.

The Broncos improved their overall record to 16-2 while Southwest, which remains undefeated at 15-0 against Sweetwater district competition, dropped to 15-4 on the season.

In games played earlier Wednesday at the CPHS rink:

Castle Park 8, Chula Vista 3
The Trojans solidified their hold on second place in the South Bay League standings by rolling past the Spartans. Nacho Mireles got Castle Park rolling by scoring his team’s first two goals. Jordan Danielson was credit with two goals while Freddie Perez, Miguel Flores and David Lopez each contributed a goal and assist.  Mikey Thompson led Chula Vista with two goals and one assist while David Garcia scored one goal and Alex Saravia picked up one assist.

Mar Vista 12, Sweetwater 0

Billy Warren scored six goals and teammate Eloy Rodriguez collected a goal and two assists to power the Mariners to the shutout win over the Red Devils.  Evan Lovstrom had two goals while Dane Bottomley and Austin Hoffman each scored once.

In games played Wednesday at the Escondido Sports Center:

Poway 9, Del Norte 4
Poway, braced by three goals by Eric Wright and two by Nick Holdman, wrapped up regular season play by turning back the Nigththawks. Poway goals also came off the sticks of Jeff Hutton, Jonah Regina, Jeff Bauer and Nick Brooks.

Westview 9, Scripps Ranch 2
The Wolverines tied Rancho Bernardo atop the North County League standings, each with 10-2 league records, after defeating the Falcons. Scripps Ranch received goals from London Peters and Zach Lopez in the loss.


Raiders corral Mustangs, finish 16-0 against Sweetwater district teams

If the Southwest High School roller hockey program hasn't earned its share of respect from Sweetwater district rivals, the Raiders certainly did Thursday after defeating the Otay Ranch Mustangs, 5-0, in a non-league game at the Castle Park High School rink to conclude a 2013-14 regular season campaign that saw the team finished undefeated against teams from both the South Bay League and Mesa League.

Southwest won its third consecutive South Bay League title with a 12-0 league record this season and also finished 4-0 in games against teams from the Mesa League. The combined 16-0 record against Sweetwater district teams is not only a school record but the best composite mark posted by any Sweetwater district team against district competition.

Perhaps not surprisingly, the Raiders held their sticks high in a post-game team cheer.

"I'm very excited about being the South Bay League champion and also finished undefeated against the Mesa League," said Southwest defender Henry Avalos, who scored one goal in Thursday's contest.

Avalos said it took "a lot of courage" on the part of his team to nail down a victory against Otay Ranch and secure the 16-0 district mark.

The teams played an up-and-down rushing game but shots weren't all that plentiful as Southwest finished with the only goal of the opening period. Angel Rocha tapped in the puck through traffic in front of the Mustang net for a 1-0 lead.

The second period featured two more goals by the Raiders. Rocha set up teammate Christian Gonzalez for a 2-0 lead and Rocha then scored a short-handed goal on a defensive steal and breakaway to make the score 3-0 in Southwest's favor.

But the Mustangs (8-9-1) played hard to the end of the game but were continually thwarted by Raider netminder Jose Andrade, who finished the game with five saves after collecting a career-high 62 stops in a 9-0 non-league loss to top-ranked Rancho Bernardo the previous evening.

Avalos, assisted by Rocha, scored on a nice outside shot to increase Southwest's lead to 4-0 and Gonzalez, again assisted by Rocha, scored his second goal of the game to round out scoring in the third period.

Rocha finished the memorable victory with two goals and three assists. He finishes regular season play with 75 goals and 13 assists for 88 points — all team-leading figures.

The Raiders next take the playing court in next week's Kiwanis Cup championship playoffs. Southwest will enter its first-round game against an opponent to be determined at Saturday's conference seeding meeting with a 16-4 overall record.

"I think we're ready to tackle the playoffs," Andrade said. "I'm proud that our team finished undefeated in both the South Bay League and also against the Mesa League."

In games played earlier Thursday at the CPHS rink:

Hilltop 6, Chula Vista 0
The game started out with near complete domination by the Lancers but no goals to show for it through a scoreless opening period. Hilltop shooters eventually found their mark, however, and potted three goals in each of the next two periods in the non-league match-up. Sebastian Ross led the Lancers with a hat trick while Phillip Fuñe finished the game with two goals and one assist, Danny Godinez collected two assists, Pablo Corona scored one goal, and Gerardo Martinez, Cameron Adams and Andrew Tesner each had one assist. Jacob Moctezuma was credited with the shutout win.

La Jolla Country Day 9, Bonita Vista 1
The Torreys closed out regular season play with a .500  record in turning back the Barons in the non-league contest. Jack Little faced off the first period for LJCD with a hat trick, with two assists going to Grayson Lyman and another to Kasra Yaghouti. The Torreys added three more goals in the middle stanza to lead 6-0. Nathan Russell had two of those goals while Vincent Paolucci scored once. Paolucci set up the first of Russell's goals in the period while Quinn Skerlos assisted on Russell's second, a power play tally.

La Jolla Country Day opened the third period with three more unanswered goals to build a 9-0 lead on the scoreboard. Russell scored his hat trick goal while Skerlos scored his second goal of the game, assisted by Lyman, and George Little tacked on a goal that was assisted by goaltender Brandon Wachs. Bonita Vista averted a shutout defeat in the dying seconds on a goal by Giancarlo Dongo, assisted by Sheina Dunnells. The Barons' record dropped to 13-7 overall with one non-league game remaining on their schedule Friday against Sweetwater.

In non-league games played Thursday at the RSportz Arena in El Cajon:

Rancho Bernardo 15, St. Augustine 1
The top-seeded Broncos closed out regular season play with a 17-2 overall record after routing the Saints. Bailey Ridout led Rancho Bernardo in the game offensively with nine points on four goals and five assists while Ryan Wilson tacked on seven goals and one assist, Asher McCormick collected two goals and one assist, Spencer Ridout had a goal and assist,  and Brendan O'Rourke scored once. Nick Heid scored the lone goal for the Saints.

West Hills 8, Eastlake 5
The Mesa League champion Titans opened the game with a buzz against the defending Kiwanis Cup champion Wolf Pack by zooming to a 5-2 lead. But West Hills had an answer for that by finishing the game with six unanswered goals to steal a key non-league victory and valuable seeding position. Sweetwater district scoring record-holder Aaron Mayer scored Eastlake's first two goals, assisted on the third, scored the fourth and assisted on the fifth to finish the game with three goals and two assists. Nick Rodriguez tallied the Titans' other two goals in the game.

Ryan Vanoni and Ryden Kerr scored the Wolf Pack's opening two goals and both figured prominently later on. Vanoni started West Hills' deadly goal explosion to cut the Eastlake lead to 5-3 in the second period. Vanoni then scored the opening goal of the third period to trim the Titan lead further to 5-4 and Kerr notched the game-tying goal with seven minutes left in the period. Vanoni then assisted Brock Nuckols for the go-ahead goal with 5:50 to play. Kerr scored with 4:05 left in regulation to increase West Hills lead to 7-5 and Vanoni scored off a pass from Kerr with 1:30 to play for the final three-goal victory. Vanoni was clearly the Wolf Pack's man of the match with four goals and one assist. Kerr had three goals. Gage Turnbow drew the assist on Vanoni's goal to open scoring in the game.

Eastlake, which saw its record drop to 15-4 on the season, has defeated Scripps Ranch and St. Augustine in games against non-Sweetwater district teams and lost to West Hills, La Jolla Country Day and Westview in non-district match-ups. West Hills, which owns a victory against Central League champion Cathedral Catholic this season, improved to 8-11.

Mayer leads Sweetwater district teams with 82 goals and 63 assists for 145 points with one regular season game remaining against Mesa League rival Hilltop on Friday.

Vanoni leads the Wolf Pack in scoring with 39 goals and 11 assists for 50 points, followed by Kerr with 19 goals and 11 assists for 30 points and Nuckols with eight goals and 13 assists for 21 points.


Titans, Barons wrap up regular season campaign with big wins

In regular season finales played Friday at the CPHS rink:

Eastlake 14, Hilltop 1
The Titans (16-4) wrapped up a perfect 9-0 showing in Mesa League play by rolling past the Lancers, who finished 1-8 in league play. Conference single-season scoring record-holder closed out regular season play with one goal and four assists to finish the season with 150 points on 83 goals and 67 assists. Michael Mechling, who ranks second in team scoring, collected three goals and one assist in the game while Will Winters notched a hat trick, Danny Castillo scored twice, Nick Ziccardi had a goal and two assists, Ricardo Mendoza had two assists, Nick Rodriguez had a goal and assist and Zach Landry scored once. Pablo Corona scored the lone goal for Hilltop.

Bonita Vista 11, Sweetwater 0
The Barons made a last push for a playoff spot with the shutout win over the Red Devils. Team scoring leader Jonathan O'Brien paced the winners with four goals and two assists while Michelle Dunnells recorded a hat trick and Thomas Giltner recorded two goals and one assist. Sheina Dunnells had a goal and assist for the Barons, who improved to 14-7 on the season, while Liza Blevins scored one goal and Miranda Peters was credited with one assist. BVHS netminder Hawk Anderson recorded the shutout win. The 14 wins are a high mark for the Barons in many, many moons.

BV's O'Brien finshed regular season play with 89 goals -- most among players on Sweetwater district teams.


CIF-Metro Conference 2013-14 Standings
(Based on reported results through Feb. 21)

South Bay League

Southwest Raiders 12-0, 16-4
Castle Park Trojans 8-4, 10-10-1
Mar Vista Mariners 7-5, 8-13
Chula Vista Spartans 2-10, 2-19
Sweetwater Red Devils 1-11, 2-19

Mesa League
Eastlake Titans 9-0, 16-4
Otay Ranch Mustangs 4-5, 8-9-1
Bonita Vista Barons 4-5, 14-7
Hilltop Lancers 1-8, 10-11

Central League
Cathedral Catholic Dons 7-2, 10-7
West Hills Wolf Pack 5-4, 8-11
La Jolla Country Day Torreys 4-5, 9-9
St. Augustine Saints 2-7, 6-12

North County League

Rancho Bernardo Broncos 10-2, 17-2
Westview Wolverines 10-2, 17-2
Poway Titans 6-6, 11-7
Scripps Ranch Falcons 4-8, 8-10
Del Norte Nighthawks 0-12, 1-17

Note: Overall records for Mesa/South Bay league teams includes placement games in the Pam Wiser Memorial Cup

Week 10
Monday, Feb. 17

Eastlake 24, Sweetwater 0
Southwest 6, Bonita Vista 3
Scripps Ranch 5, St. Augustine 3
Poway 10, La Jolla Country Day 1
Rancho Bernado 17, Cathedral Catholic 0
Del Norte 10, West Hills 9

Tuesday, Feb. 18
Mesa League

Eastlake 16, Otay Ranch 3
Bonita Vista 9, Hilltop 2

Central League
West Hills 8, La Jolla Country Day 5

Wednesday, Feb. 19
South Bay League

Castle Park 8, Chula Vista 3
Mar Vista 12, Sweetwater 0

North County League
Westview 9, Scripps Ranch 2
Poway 9, Del Norte 4

Central League
Escondido Sports Center

La Jolla Country Day 8, West Hills 3
Cathedral Catholic 15, St. Augustine 1

Rancho Bernardo 9, Southwest 0

Thursday, Feb. 20

Hilltop 6, Chula Vista 0
La Jolla Country Day 9, Bonita Vista 1
Southwest 5, Otay Ranch 0
West Hills 8, Eastlake 5
Rancho Bernardo 15, St. Augustine 1

Friday, Feb. 21
Mesa League
Eastlake 14, Hilltop 1

Bonita Vista 11, Sweetwater 0



CIF-Metro Conference Scoring Leaders
(Final Regular Season)
Sweetwater District Teams

•Aaron Mayer (Eastlake) 83 goals, 67 assists, 150 points

•Jonathan O’Brien (Bonita Vista) 89 goals, 9 assists, 98 points
•Angel Rocha (Southwest) 75 goals, 12 assists, 87 points

•Michael Mechling (Eastlake) 40 goals, 32 assists, 72 points

•Sam Bawden (Eastlake) 35 goals, 20 assists, 55 points

•Devyn Taras (Otay Ranch) 38 goals, 14 assists, 52 points
•Nick Ziccardi (Eastlake) 24 goals, 14 assists, 38 points

•Will Winters (Eastlake) 23 goals, 10 assists, 33 points

•Nacho Mireles (Castle Park) 26 goals, 4 assists, 30 points
•Nick Rodriguez (Eastlake) 23 goals, 8 assists, 31 points

•Danny Castillo (Eastlake) 22 goals, 6 assists, 28 points

•Phillip Fuñe (Hilltop) 20 goals, 5 assists, 25 points

•Carlos Barrios (Otay Ranch) 17 goals, 8 assists, 25 points

•Andrew Tesner (Hilltop) 17 goals, 8 assists, 25 points

•Eloy Rodriguez (Mar Vista) 21 goals, 3 assists, 24 points
•Sebastian Ross (Hilltop) 19 goals, 5 assists, 24 points
•Ulises Mireles (Sweetwater) 20 goals, 2 assist, 22 points

•Billy Warren (Mar Vista) 18 goals, 2 assists, 20 points

•Mikey Thompson (Chula Vista) 16 goals, 3 assist, 19 points

•Miguel Flores (Castle Park) 15 goals, 4 assists, 19 points

•Thomas Giltner (Bonita Vista) 14 goals, 5 assist, 19 points
•Henry Avalos (Southwest) 12 goals, 7 assists, 19 points

•Ricardo Mendoza (Eastlake) 6 goals, 9 assists, 15 points

•Giancarlo Dongo (Bonita Vista) 12 goals, 2 assists, 14 points
•Austin Hoffman (Mar Vista) 9 goals, 4 assists, 13 points
•Ruben Ponce (Otay Ranch) 8 goals, 4 assists, 12 points

•Danny Diaz (Southwest) 6 goals, 5 assists, 11 points

•Freddie Perez (Castle Park) 9 goals, 1 assists, 10 points

•Pablo Corona (Hilltop) 9 goals, 1 assist, 10 points

•Ellia Manzo (Chula Vista) 8 goals, 2 assists, 10 points

•Sheina Dunnells (Bonita Vista) 3 goals, 7 assists, 10 points

•Evan Lovstrom (Mar Vista) 7 goals, 1 assist, 8 points

•Dane Bottomley (Mar Vista) 7 goals, 1 assist, 8 points

•Christian Gonzalez (Southwest) 7 goals, 1 assist, 8 points

•Gabe Sanchez (Eastlake) 5 goals, 3 assists, 8 points
•Michelle Dunnells (Bonita Vista) 5 goals, 3 assists, 8 points
•Danny Godinez (Hilltop) 3 goals, 5 assists, 8 points

•Mario Licudine (Sweetwater) 6 goals, 1 assist, 7 points

•Adrian Contreras (Mar Vista) 5 goals, 2 assists, 7 points

•Michael Luquin (Otay Ranch) 4 goals, 2 assists, 6 points

•Gerardo Martinez (Hilltop) 4 goals, 2 assists, 6 points
•Marvin Cirignano (Castle Park) 5 goals, 0 assists, 5 points

•Isaac Montero (Castle Park) 4 goals, 1 assist, 5 points
•David Lopez (Castle Park 1 goal, 1 assist, 5 points

•Cindy Moeller (Mar Vista) 3 goals, 2 assists, 5 points
•Cameron Adams (Hilltop) 3 goals, 2 assists, 5 points


CIF-Metro Conference Rankings

(Through Feb. 21)
1. Rancho Bernardo 17-2 (2-1 vs. Westview, 2-1 vs. Poway)
2. Westview 17-2 (1-2 vs. Rancho Bernardo, 3-0 vs. Poway, 2-0 vs. Cathedral Catholic)
3. (tie) Cathedral Catholic 10-7 (1-1 vs. Poway, 2-1 vs. West Hills, 3-0 vs. LJCD)
3. (tie) Poway 11-7 (2-0 vs. West Hills, 2-1 vs. Scripps Ranch, 1-1 vs. Cathedral Catholic, 1-2 vs. Rancho Bernardo)
5. West Hills 8-11 (1-2 vs. Cathedral Catholic, 1-1 vs. Scripps Ranch, 1-0 vs. Eastlake, 1-2 vs. LJCD, 3-0 vs. St. Augustine)
6. Scripps Ranch 8-10 (1-0 vs. LJCD, 1-1 vs. West Hills, 1-0 vs. St. Augustine, 0-1 vs. Eastlake, 1-0 vs. Southwest, 1-2 vs. Poway)
7. La Jolla Country Day 9-9 (2-1 vs. West Hills, 1-0 vs. Eastlake, 2-1 vs. St. Augustine, 1-0 vs. Del Norte, 1-0 vs. Southwest, 0-1 vs. Scripps Ranch)
8. Eastlake 16-4 (1-0 vs. Scripps Ranch, 1-0 vs. St. Augustine, 0-1 vs. LJCD, 0-1 vs. West Hills, 0-1 vs. Southwest, 3-0 vs. Otay Ranch, 3-0 vs. Bonita Vista)
9. St. Augustine (1-0 vs. Del Norte, 1-2 vs. LJCD, 0-1 vs. Scripps Ranch, 0-1 vs. Eastlake, 1-0 vs. Southwest)
10. (tie) Southwest 16-4 (1-0 vs. Eastlake, 1-0 vs. Otay Ranch, 0-1 vs. LJCD, 0-1 vs. St. Augustine, 0-1 vs. Scripps Ranch)
10. (tie) Del Norte 1-17 (1-0 vs. West Hills, 0-3 vs. Scripps Ranch, 0-1 vs. St. Augustine, 0-1 vs. LJCD)
12. Otay Ranch 8-9-1 (2-1 vs. Bonita Vista, 2-1 vs. Hilltop, 0-1 vs. Southwest)
13. Bonita Vista 14-7 (4-0 vs. Hilltop)
14. Hilltop 10-11
15. Castle Park 10-10-1
16. Mar Vista 8-13
17. Chula Vista 2-19
18. Sweetwater 2-19


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