Santa Margarita girls soccer seeded first for CIF Southern California Regional

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Santa Margarita’s girls soccer team received another reward Sunday for its dramatic victory in penalty kicks in the CIF-SS Division 1 championship.

The Eagles (19-2-1) were seeded first in Division I for the CIF Southern California Regional tournament, which starts Tuesday.

Santa Margarita will play host to Liberty of Bakersfield (22-1) at Saddleback College at 6 p.m.

Los Alamitos (18-7-5), the Division 1 runner-up to the Eagles, received the No. 3 seed in Division I and a match against visiting Cathedral Catholic on Tuesday. Cathedral Catholic was the Open Division runner-up in the San Diego Section to Westview.

Villa Park (17-3-4), which fell to Santa Margarita in the semifinals, claimed the No. 4 seed in Division I. The Spartans play host to No. 5 La Costa Canyon at El Modena High on Tuesday at 5 p.m.

Marina (11-6-6) and Portola (16-3-2) received the third and seventh seeds, respectively, in Division III. The Vikings play host to Centennial of Bakersfield on Tuesday while the Bulldogs travel to No. 2 Patrick Henry, the Division II champion in San Diego.

Crean Lutheran (19-3-3), which claimed the Division 5 title Saturday, drew the third seed in Division IV and a home game against South Gate on Tuesday.

And in Division V, Magnolia and La Quinta, who dueled in the CIF-SS Division 7 final on Friday, received the fifth and sixth seeds, respectively.

The champion Sentinels (17-9-1) play Tuesday at Clairemont of San Diego, the Division IV champion in San Diego. The Aztecs (16-7-5) play host to Larchmont Charter of Los Angeles at Bolsa Grande High.

The regional tournament continues Thursday with the semifinals and concludes Saturday with the finals.

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