With a 69-53 win over Los Amigos on Tuesday night, the Santiago High boys’ basketball team clinched at least a tie for the Garden Grove League title.
The Cavaliers are now 7-2 in league and 17-10 overall. One game back in second place is La Quinta, 6-3 in GGL play and 13-14 overall.
To force a tie, La Quinta will have to beat Los Amigos on Thursday and hope that Rancho Alamitos can knock off Santago. Earlier in the season the Cavaliers defeated the Vaqueros by 72-38.
In the Orange League boys’ race, Western nailed down an undisputed crown with a 52-45 win over city rival Anaheim. The Pioneers are 9-0 in league play and 13-13 overall.
Western will seek a perfect league campaign when it hosts Savanna on Thursday.
On the girls’ side, Godinez Fundamental locked up at least a tie for the Golden West League crown with a 41-12 win over Garden Grove.
The Grizzlies are 8-1 in league and 18-9 overall. They’ve got a one-game lead over second place Segerstrom (7-2, 18-8) and will face the Jaguars on Thursday.
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