Montgomery in the Division IIIA final, also at 7 p.m.
It is the Tologs' first appearance in a division championship
match since 1997 -- the last time they won -- and their seventh trip
to a final in the past 20 years, which includes titles in 1986, 1987
Marymount is making its fourth appearance in a division final and
its third in a row, finishing runner-up to Thousand Oaks La Reina in
2000 and beating Laguna Beach in 2001 for the program's first
The Sailors have won seven straight matches against the Tologs,
including eliminating them from the playoffs the past three seasons,
including the semifinals in 2000 and 2001.
Under Coach Nancy Tinkham, Flintridge Sacred Heart last beat
Marymount on Sept. 22, 1997, posting a 15-1, 13-15, 15-5, 20-18
victory in a nonleague match.
Regardless of the outcome of Friday's match, both teams will
advance to the Division IV state tournament, which begins at 7 p.m.
Tuesday at a site to be determined.
San Pedro Mary Star of the Sea and San Juan Capistrano St.
Margaret's have also qualified from the Southern Section, along with
Central Section champion Chowchilla Union and runner-up Bakersfield
Garces Memorial, and San Diego Section finalists La Jolla Country
Day and San Diego Francis Parker.
Marymount is seeking its third straight Division IV state title.
Cypress College is located at 9200 Valley View Street in
Doors open in both gyms at 6 p.m. and the cost of tickets is $8
for general admission and $4 for children under 13.
CIF courtesy cards are also accepted.
CV Baseball Camp to be held in December
The Crescenta Valley High baseball program is conducting a camp
Dec. 26-27 at Stengel Field.
The cost of the camp is $60 per person and features instruction
from the Falcon staff of Coach Phil Torres, assistants Darrin Beer
and Dave Mendoza, and former CV standouts Josh Herman (Purdue
University) and Mark McCauley (Cal State Northridge), among others.
For more information, contact Torres at the high school at
Falcon Alumni Game on Wednesday
Crescenta Valley boys' basketball Coach Adam Jacobsen is already
making it clear that he won't be playing in it.
Of course, that's what many thought prior to last year's Falcon
Alumni Boys' Basketball game, before Jacobsen changed into his old
Falcon uniform at halftime and led the Alumni to a come-from-behind
But Jacobsen says he'll be relegated to just coaching the Falcon
varsity in Wednesday's Alumni Game at the CV gym, which begins at
So be it, but other past Falcon greats will be in attendance and
suiting up. One of them is All-American Harvey Mason, who played at
the University of Arizona in the mid-to-late 1980s.
Other greats include Jake and Josh Willis and Nathan Sinning, plus
many others. Admission to the expected sold-out event is $4 for
adults and $2 for students.
The junior varsity game will be at 6 p.m. and the frosh-soph
contest is at 5 p.m.
There will also be an In N' Out truck outside the gym from 5 to