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Matadores Topple Bucs In Suburban Opener E-mail
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Thursday, 27 March 2014 04:41

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL

La Mirada~Blake Wilson shook off a rough first inning then helped his own cause with the bat as La Mirada beat Bellflower on a very windy day in La Mirada, 7-5, in the Suburban League opener for both teams.

Wilson gave up four first-inning runs to the Bucs but the Matadores battled back and put up a five-spot in the third inning highlighted by Wilson's bases-clearing double to take a 5-4 lead.

In the top of the fourth, Wilson gave up a solo home run to Brandon Polizzi to tie the game and than a single and a walk, but Wilson coaxed the Bucs into an inning-ending double play.

That fourth inning and the game might have been saved when Mats third baseman Devon Aldridge made a superb on-the-knees play and throw for the first out of the inning.

The Mats regained the lead 6-5 in the bottom of the frame when Ethan Lopez doubled home Aldridge. They added another in the sixth on an RBI single by R.J. Lan.

Tyler Charlton held the Bucs at bay by pitching scoreless fifth and sixth innings and Eric Tapper survived a shaky seventh to preserve the victory.

The two teams square off Friday at Bellflower beginning at 3 p.m.





 
John Glenn to Play Home Football Games at Goodman Stadium E-mail
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Monday, 10 March 2014 19:19

Norwalk~The John Glenn High School varsity football team will play their home games at Goodman Stadium in La Mirada beginning with the 2014-15 season the school has announced.

Glenn Athletic Director Linda Parra confirmed to the La Mirada Blog that Glenn will play eight home games at La Mirada beginning August 28th against Magnolia High.

Four of the Eagles eight home games will be played on a Thursday night in weeks when La Mirada High is also playing at home.

The Eagles will also have Thursday night games on September 4th, 25th, and October 30th against Pioneer, Bellflower and Norwalk respectively.

Friday night opponents at home include Santa Ana Valley, Gardena, and Mayfair.

La Mirada will play Glenn October 13th with the Matadores playing as the home team.

 
La Mirada High Basketball Boys Fall E-mail
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Sunday, 02 March 2014 09:01

Santa Margarita~The La Mirada High Boys Basketball season came to an end Friday night falling to Santa Margarita 66-51, in the CIF Southern Section Division 3AA Semifinal.

The Matadores fell behind early 9-0 and never seemed to recover in front of a raucous crowd at Santa Margarita.

La Mirada ends the season with a overall record of 21-10 including going 10-2 in the Suburban League with their two losses to Mayfair who lost to Mater Dei 77-59 in the Cif-SS Open Division quarterfinal.

 
Girls & Boys Soccer, Boys Basketball All Advance in CIF for LM High E-mail
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Monday, 24 February 2014 17:50

022614 20:10 UPDATE: The La Mirada High Boys Basketball team advanced to the Division 3AA semifinals with a thrilling 54-50 victory over visiting Palm Desert Tuesday. Bryson Laverde sealed the victory with two clutch free throws down the stretch. La Mirada will be playing in the semis for the first time since 2009 and only the fourth time in school history when they face number one seed Santa Margarita on the road Friday February 28th at 7 p.m.

The Boys Soccer team fell to Sierra Vista earlier in the day by a score of 3-0. The Mats end the season at 16-7-3.

In girls soccer, The number one seed in Division IV Lady Matadores were shocked Wednesday by Lancaster 3-1. The loss snapped the Mats 13-game winning streak and was the only second time this season the girls allowed an opponent more than two goals. The girls end the season at 25-2-1.

La Verne~The La Mirada High boys basketball team beat Bonita Friday night 48-34 in second round action to advance to the quarterfinals of the CIF Division 3AA Southern Section Playoffs.

The victory capped off a week in which the school went 4-0 in CIF action.

In the opening round on Tuesday the Matadores pummeled La Puente 65-41 behind Kendall Lauderdale’s 24 points and Vittorio Reynoso-Avila’s 13.

The Mats next take on Palm Desert in the quarter’s at home Tuesday February 25th starting at 7:00 p.m.

In other CIF action:

In Division 4, La Mirada High Boys Soccer (16-6-3) opened the playoffs at home this past Thursday with a 2-0 win over Bishop Amat.

The team advances to the second round where they will play on the road at Sierra Vista (21-0-2) on Tuesday February 25th. Game time is 5:00 p.m.

In Division 4, the La Mirada High Girls Soccer team (25-1-1, 12-0), continued their winning ways with a 3-0 win over Saddleback on Friday night at home.

The team advances to the second round where they will take a long road trip and play Lancaster on Wednesday February 26th at 3:00 p.m.

The Lady Mats have now won 13 games in a row after finishing 12-0 in the Suburban League. Their only loss of the season was to Mira Costa on December 28th.

In that 3-1 loss to Mira Costa it was the only time the Lady Mats have allowed more than one goal in a game and they have outscored their opponents 107-7 this season.

 
Playoff Week at La Mirada High E-mail
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Wednesday, 19 February 2014 13:01

La Mirada~The CIF-SS high school playoffs begin this week with contests scheduled to take place at La Mirada High.

Tonight, boys basketball, led by third year head coach Bryce Jones, will take on La Puente after earning a first round home game.

The Mats are competing in Division 3-AA as a number five seed.

The Matadores (18-9, 10-2) finished in second place in the Suburban League, its only league losses coming at the hands of first place Mayfair.

The Warriors (13-12, 10-4) finished in third place in the Montview League. Game time is 7:00

Thursday, La Mirada boys soccer earned a first round home game and are competing in Division 4. They host Bishop Amat beginning at 3 p.m.

Friday, La Mirada girls soccer competes in Division 4 as the number one seed after finishing 12-0 in the Suburban League. They will host the winner of today's Don Lugo/Saddleback contest. Fridays game at La Mirada High starts at 5 p.m.

 
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