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Reyna recorded a hat trick against La Puente and had a goal and two assists against Bassett as the Vikings secured a share of the Miramonte League title. Reyna has 18 goals and 10 assists this season for Garey, which is the No. 3 seed for the Division 7 playoffs.
Medvidovic, a senior, captured the 150-pound title at the girls CIF Southern Section Individual championships, Saturday at Eleanor Roosevelt, to qualify for a third consecutive girls state championship. Medvidovic entered the tournament ranked seventh in the Southern Section. She won four of her five matches by decision, including an 8-6 victory over Jaylene Jaime (San Dimas) in the finals.
Berberabe had a quadruple-double in the Jesters’ 76-25 win over Shalhevet. She finished the game with 20 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists and 12 steals. It was her fourth straight game with at least 10 steals. St. Joseph hosts Warren in the first round of the CIF-SS 3AA playoffs on Thursday.
The 6-foot freshman phenom had 18 points and 10 rebounds in Harvard-Westlake’s 54-48 win over Chaminade in last Thursday’s Mission League finale. Iriafen also scored a pivotal go-ahead basket with over a minute left in the game that helped the Wolverines clinch its first league title in six years.
The Vikings had six wrestlers medal in Saturday’s CIF Southern Section girls wrestling championships in Riverside that helped the Vikings win the team crown. But Gomez was the only Vikings wrestler to win her second straight individual title. In the 101-pound title match, Gomez pinned Ayala’s Sofia Martinez to capture the title. She will advance to the state championship in Visalia in two weeks.
She won the championship of the 143-pounds weight division of the CIF-Southern Section girls wrestling championships Saturday at Roosevelt High of Eastvale. Egea, a senior, went 5-0 in the girls individual tournament. She won four matches by pin and the other by forfeit.
Randall had 24 points and 13 rebounds against Patriot and 22 points and 19 rebounds against Norte Vista as the Eagles secured the River Valley League championship, the program’s first league title in 29 years. La Sierra won its final seven league games to capture the title.
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