Re: Divisional Breakdown- D3A

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Posted by Informed Coach on September 26, 2018 at 21:04:15:

In Reply to: Divisional Breakdown- D3A posted by Long Beach Baller on September 26, 2018 at 20:15:11:

Do some more research, Jurupa lost their best player as she returned to Mexico, and there are quite a few teams in the division you havenít mentioned that will make noise.

This was tough. It took me a while on google and max preps. Lets give this a shot

: 1. Oxnard
: 2. Hueneme
: 3. Grace Brethren
: 4. St Bonaventure
: 5. Santa Monica
: 6. Bell Gardens
: 7. Jurupa Valley
: 8. El Segundo
: 9. Poly Pasadena
: 10. Laguna HIlls
: 11. Patriot
: 12. Pacifica Oxnard
: 13. Temple City
: 14. Sage Hill
: 15. South Pasadena
: 16. Valley Christian Cerritos

: Where do I start. So many questions but the coast of California will have a big say on this division. St Bonys, Oxnard, Pacifica Oxnard and Grace Brethren. Oxnard and Bones are very good. I saw them this summer. Oxnard has a great coach and this could be their year. St Bonys lost a lot but is still very good. Grace is a CIF Champion and is on the upward swing thanks to Chaminade. The X factor is Santa Monica. The coach is the Storm owner and one of his players from a local school transferred there. She is the best player in the Division so if she clears they may win. I hear she won't. Bell Gardens and Jurupa both return a lot and had great years. Jurupa lost in second round of playoffsbut return all 5 starters. They will be dangerous. Poly did very well and they were young. They could win it. Laguna Hills has a kid averaging 30ppg
: Oops and did I forget Hueneme who was State Finalist last year D5. They have a monster. Another Oxnard team.

: My money is that a team in Oxnard will win it but 10 other teams can win. This is a very balanced division 1-12.


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