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West Ranch, Valencia Boys Basketball Teams Could Meet In Semis

Wildcats at home against Glendora; Vikings on the road against Leuzinger in quarterfinals.


The West Ranch and Valencia boys basketball teams are on a collision course in the CIF Southern Section playoffs, but they will be tested tonight.

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West Ranch hosts third-seeded Glendora and Valencia travels to second-seeded Leuzinger in their Division II-AA quarterfinal games. If West Ranch and Valencia win, the two teams will meet in the semifinals.

It’s no easier for Hart. The Indians face top-seeded Canyon of Anaheim in their Division III-AA quarterfinal game. Fourth-seeded Golden Valley is home against Foothill in Division III-A. All games are scheduled to start at 7:30 tonight.

In girls soccer, Saugus hosts top-seeded Flintridge Sacred Heart and Canyon travels to Corona del Mar for their second-round Division II playoff games later on today.

In college basketball, the College of the Canyons women earned the seventh seed in the California Community College playoffs. The Lady Cougars host 10th seeded Mt. San Jacinto College on Friday.

The College of the Canyons ice hockey team, yes that’s right, COC has a hockey team, has qualified for the American Collegiate Hockey Association national championship tournament. The fourth-seeded Cougars face Albany in the first round of the 16-team tournament on March 4 in Rochester, New York.

The College of the Canyons softball team opened Western State Conference play with a 10-4 win over Pierce College. Catcher Sara Campos drove in three runs and Lauren Rose had two hits and two RBIs.

Some familiar names and faces from the days when stock cars raced at Saugus Speedway were in action at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana over the weekend. Doug George, who raced regularly at Saugus Speedway when he was in the old Southwest Series and Winston West, was the winning crew chief for Kyle Busch's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team. Ron Hornaday Jr., a driver from Palmdale and a Saugus Speedway late model champion, was sixth in the Truck Series race. Lance Hooper, a Saugus High graduate who also raced at Saugus Speedway, is driving in the Truck Series for Key Motorsports. His race in Fontana didn't end all that well. He was last.
For more on the races at Auto Club Speedway, go to http://haddockinthepaddock.com