“We are also very excited about our move to Glendale College. Sartoris Field, with its turf, lights and new scoreboard is a state of the art facility. We can’t thank former GCC President John Davitt and Athletic Director John Cicuto enough for all they did to make this happen for us.”
The Tologs, who were ranked No. 1 in the division throughout most of last season, will open their season with three consecutive road games, beginning with Flintridge Prep and then once again facing Saugus, the defending CIF champion, at the Westlake Soccer Showcase, before facing Campbell Hall.
They will debut at their new home field while renewing their rivalry with Crescenta Valley on Dec. 12 under the lights.
Sacred Heart will face two defending CIF champions in Saugus and Alverno and will also travel to face two San Diego Section schools.
The Tologs, who return seven starters, will host the annual Los Tacos Holiday Festival at the Glendale Sports Complex Dec. 28-29 before beginning league with the daunting task of facing Harvard-Westlake on the road Jan. 6 and then hosting Chaminade two days later.
LITTLE LEAGUE TEAMS IN SECTION 2 TOURNEYS
Four local District 16 champion Little League Baseball All-Star teams and one Softball All-Star team will next compete in the Section 2 Tournament, which will kick off today across the region.
The Vaquero 9- and 10 All-Stars will meet the District 17 champion in a first-round contest at 1 p.m. at San Fernando Little League Field in San Fernando.
The Crescenta Valley 10- and 11 All-Star squad will battle the District 51 champion at 6 p.m. at Rosamond Little League Field in the Antelope Valley in a first-round battle.
The Crescenta Valley Major All-Stars will go up against the District 51 representative at 12:30 p.m. in a first-round game at Scholl Canyon Ball Fields.
The Crescenta Valley Senior All-Stars will take on District 40 champion Canyon Country in an opening-round contest at 11 a.m. in Palmdale.
Crescenta Valley’s 10- 11 All-Star Softball team will meet the winner of Friday’s District 40 versus District 51 game at 1 p.m. today at Scholl Canyon Ball Fields.
The winners of each tournament will then compete in the Division Tournament later this month.
CHIA TAKES SIXTH AT TOURNAMENT
La Crescenta resident Jocelyn Chia carded an eight-over-par 80 on Thursday in the final round of the three-round Junior All-Star Tournament presented by CBIZ MHM at River Ridge Golf Club in Oxnard. Chia finished the event with a total score of 236.
Lauren Diaz-Yi of Thousand Oaks notched a final round score of 74 to finish with a 221. Diaz-Yi won the title by three strokes over Bethany Wu of Diamond Bar.