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The rise of the COVID-19 virus, from vague concept to national crisis in a matter of weeks, has changed lives across the country.
Prior to Saturday night’s CIF Girls Division I Basketball quarterfinal between top-seeded Mission Hills and No. 8 seed Carlsbad, Coach Chris Kroesch told his team that “all they needed to do was win by one.”
When it comes to girls’ high school soccer in San Diego, the North Coast is where the action is.
Two years ago, in the wake of a relatively nondescript 13-16 regular season that included a fifth place finish in the Avocado West League, the San Dieguito Academy girls’ basketball team re-centered and got on a roll that took it to the CIF Division IV championship game where the Mustangs knocked off Castle Park, 55-36.
The third-ranked La Costa Canyon girls basketball team concluded the regular season this week by extending its winning streak to 10 with stress-free triumphs over Carlsbad (76-47) and Torrey Pines (76-38).
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It was only three days into the Avocado West League girls’ soccer schedule but the two teams that took the field at La Costa Canyon Thursday night, both with designs of finishing on the upper half of the league table, were each 0-1 and already in somewhat desperate need of a victory.
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