La Jolla teams moving into CIF action at full speed


By Phil Dailey
Staff Writer

This weekend many La Jolla teams will finally get a chance to compete for what they have been waiting for all season — a shot at being crowned champions.

With start of the CIF playoffs last week, several local teams are eyeing a title in their respective sports.

In Division IV girls basketball, La Jolla Country Day and Bishop’s are on a collision course to meet up in the finals on Saturday morning at Jenny Craig Pavilion. The story won’t be the same in boys basketball as those same two schools will battle in the semifinals with the winner earning a shot at the title.

In Division III soccer, the La Jolla girls team, which upset No. 2 seeded Southwest, could also be playing for a championship Saturday. In Division IV soccer, both the boys and girls teams from Bishop’s are on pace to make the finals as well.

Here are last week’s results:

Tuesday, Feb. 22

Girls basketball

CIF Division III

• Mount Miguel 58, La Jolla 14
Note: Final game of season for the Vikings (4-21 overall record).

Boys soccer

CIF Division III
• La Jolla 2, Central Union 0
Danatta and Isaac Miselwicz scored for the Vikings.

CIF Division IV
• S.D. High Tech 1, La Jolla Country Day 0
Note: Final game of season for the Torreys (13-7-4 overall)

Wednesday, Feb. 23

Boys basketball

CIF Division III
• La Jolla 41, Southwest 38
Schrier led the Vikings with 10 points.

Girls water polo

CIF Division III

• Bishop’s 14, Coronado 5
Claryann Olofsson-Loo led the Knights with five goals while Gabby Stone made 13 saves in goal.

• La Jolla 9, Cathedral Catholic 4
Victoria Frager led the Vikings with four goals.

Friday, Feb. 25

Girls basketball

CIF Division IV
• Bishop’s 56, Francis Parker 19
Littleton led the Knights with 17 points.

Boys soccer

CIF Division IV
• Bishop’s 4 Holtville 1

CIF Division III

• La Jolla 1, S.D. Southwest 0
Serrano had the lone goal in the win for the Vikings.

Saturday, Feb. 26

Girls water polo

CIF Division III final
• Bishop’s 10, La Jolla 6
Jessica Webster and Erin Pannek led the Knights with four goals each.

Boys basketball

CIF Division III
• Mission Bay 57, La Jolla 25
Note: Final game of season for the Vikings. The team ended the season with a 13-17 record.

CIF Division IV
• La Jolla Country Day 75, Imperial 32
Sage Burmeister led the Torreys with 15 points.

Bishop’s 54, Mater Dei 37

Girls basketball

CIF Division IV
• La Jolla Country Day 74, Christian 19
Kelsey Plum led the Torreys with 21 points.

Girls soccer

CIF Division III

• La Jolla 5, Santana 0
Callan Parra led the Vikings with two goals.

CIF Division IV
• La Jolla Country Day 1, Del Norte 0
Hannah Weiser scored the lone goal of the game.

• Bishop’s 6, Guajome Park 0
Geny Decker led the Knights with two goals.

Related posts:

  1. Sports roundup: La Jolla Country Day wins CIF cross-country title
  2. La Jolla girls basketball preview: Expectations high for Country Day
  3. Knights win another tournament
  4. Week in La Jolla sports: Two Knights earn all-state honors
  5. Perfect Bishop’s Knights have high hopes in CIF playoffs

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