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Zofrea allowed three hits and struck out seven as the Terriers defeated Yucaipa 3-0 in a Citrus Belt League game played at San Manuel Stadium. It was the first time Yucaipa has been shut out this season. Zofrea improved to 6-0 this season, and he lowered his ERA to 0.64.
He was a major contributor to the Titans’ win over Santa Margarita in the Rancho Dual in the Pool at Tesoro. Brinegar, who signed with Indiana, won the 200- and 500-yard freestyles. His 4:21.91 in the 500 is the best time in Orange County this season and is the 13th-best time in O.C. history. Brinegar also anchored the meet-closing 400 free relay to seal the 88-82 victory.
Only a sophomore, Chris Wilson continues to show why Arcadia, ranked No. 1 in CIF Southern Section Division 3 and still undefeated at 16-0, is a legitimate title contender. He improved to 5-0 with his third consecutive shutout in a five-inning shortened 10-0 victory over Glendale, allowing just two hits while striking out five.
The Sea Kings boys lacrosse team had a perfect week, defeating Sierra Canyon, St. Margaret’s and Foothill. McCann, a goalie, was a key to the strong week for PV. He had an 80 percent save percentage, including 16 saves in the 13-4 win over Foothill. He allowed just two goals against Sierra Canyon in a 15-2 win, and he capped the week with a 67 percent save percentage, making 14 saves, in a 9-7 win over St. Margaret’s.
Rupprecht broke the school record in the 3,200 meters at the Russell Cup. He won the race with a time of 9 minutes, 45 seconds. He broke the school record in the 1,600 earlier this year and finished eighth in the CIF State Division 5 cross country championships in December.
El Camino Real
El Camino Real took the West Valley League by storm with dominating wins over Birmingham this past week, 15-5 and 8-0. In those victories, Kitchen was a combined 4 for 6 highlighted by a three-run homer in Wednesday’s game. He was walked four times and scored four runs in the two games.
Loucks tossed a two-hitter and struck out six as the Warriors defeated Ramona 1-0 to remain undefeated in River Valley League play. Loucks also drove in the game’s only run, singling home Jonathan DeLeon in the second inning. Loucks improved his record to 5-3 this season.
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