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Trujillo "Taking a Break" at La Mirada High E-mail
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Written by Tony Aiello   
Sunday, 26 July 2015 19:43

Coach retires from La Mirada High after over 40 years of coaching locally; interviews for new coach begin next week

La Mirada~After 17 years as head coach of La Mirada High School Softball, Rich Trujillo has decided to “take a break,“ and will not return next season.

“It’s been a lot of fun and I’m glad to have been part of it. I appreciate the opportunity,” Trujillo told us via telephone,” whoever takes over I wish nothing but success and good luck and if there is anything I can do to help out I will.”

Co-Athletic Director at the school Jimmy Zurn told us the job for new head coach will be posted this week and interviews are scheduled to begin the week of August 3rd.

The school still lists Trujillo as the head coach on their website.

Trujillo said his phone has been busy, “I’m getting lots of calls from (former) players and their families.”

Trujillo’s Lady Mats appeared in three CIF Southern Section Finals, unfortunately falling short each time.

La Mirada won the Suburban League championship 13 of the 17 years with Trujillo at the helm.

Before coaching at La Mirada, Trujillo coached four years at Cypress College garnering a state championship.

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La Mirada Boys Help Clinch Championship at Notable Soccer Tournament in Texas E-mail
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Monday, 13 April 2015 17:12

Dallas, TX~Nic Hernandez and Ryan Candelario, both of La Mirada, helped soccer club AC Brea Premier clinch the 2015 Boys Under-14 Championship of the prestigious Dr. Pepper Dallas Cup, held last week in Texas.

After going 3-0 to win their bracket, Brea survived overtime in three consecutive matches before defeating FC Dallas Pre-Academy, 1-1 (4-2 in Penalty Kicks).

Candelario scored three goals in the tournament, while Hernandez helped anchor a defense that allowed only three goals in regulation over the six games played in the tournament.

The Dallas Cup started in 1980 and is an invitation only tournament held Easter Week of every year featuring marquee teams and talented up-and-coming players from around the world, in seven age categories from U-13 to U-19.

 

 
La Mirada High Boys Basketball Win State Title E-mail
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Sunday, 29 March 2015 15:01

Berkeley~The La Mirada High Boys Basketball won their first state title late Saturday afternoon, beating Archbishop Mitty of San Jose 71-70 in a double overtime thriller.

The Matadores (31-5) seemed destined for a loss when they fell behind 50-38 in the third quarter, but they outscored their opponent 22-10 to send the game into overtime tied at 60.

The two teams tied each other in the first overtime and Kai Labasan hit the winning free throw in the second extra frame to secure the triumph.

The Matadores hit 14 three-point baskets in their victory and in winning the title set a school record with 31 wins.

 
La Mirada High Boys One Step Away From State Title; Draft Picks Event Benefits Team E-mail
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Friday, 27 March 2015 20:16

Berkeley~The La Mirada High Boys Basketball team will attempt to capture their first state title in school history as they take on Archbishop Mitty of San Jose at the Haas Pavilion on the UC Berkeley campus beginning  at 4 p.m. Saturday.

The broadcast of the game, on DirectTV Channel 698, will be shown at Draft Picks Sports Grill and Tom's Tailgate in La Mirada.

Also, by watching the game at Draft Picks  and Tom's you can support La Mirada Basketball by just saying "Go Matadores" when you order and twenty percent of your bill will go back to the program.

 
It's CIF Week at La Mirada High School E-mail
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Thursday, 19 February 2015 10:05

La Mirada~The Matadores of La Mirada will be competing in four CIF playoff games this week with three scheduled to be played at home.

Thursday, The La Mirada girls soccer squad will take on Culver City (Ocean League) in the first round of Division 4 after finishing first in the Suburban League.

The Lady Mats finished with a 21-2 record overall and a perfect 12-0 in league action.

Game time is 7:00 at Goodman Stadium.

Friday will feature a double-header at La Mirada High.

At 5:00 p.m. the boys soccer team will play Laguna Beach (Orange Coast) in the first round of Division 4 action.

The Matadores finished 11-8-1 overall and 9-3 in league play, good for second place.

At 7:00 p.m. the boys basketball team will take on West Covina (Hacienda) in first round action.

The Matadores are ranked number one in Division 2A.

Bryce Jones’ squad finished 24-3 overall and 12-1 in the Suburban League, winning their first outright league title since 1982.

Wrapping up the week, the girls basketball team will travel Saturday to play San Jacinto (Mountain Pass) in the first round of Division 2A play.

Led by first-year coach Billl Nuanez, the Lady Mats finished fourth in the Suburban League with a 6-6 record.

Game time is 7:00 p.m.

 
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