Los Alamitos High Girls Soccer starts the CIF playoffs today with a
The Griffins enter the season with a 21-0-5 record — their best ever regular season record and the first time a Griffin unit has been unbeaten going into the CIF post-season playoffs. The 1983-84 squad was 20-1-4 going into the playoffs but lost their
To date the Griffin defense has recorded 19 shutouts, tying the record set by the 1990-91 team, which was anchored by goalkeeper Kathy Skoglund. This year’s defense is led by defender Jayden Newkirk (committed to Colorado) and sophomore keeper Reezyn Turk (a USC commit).
The offense is led by sophomore playmaker Colby Barnett and striker Tabitha LaParl. LaParl, who has already committed to Pepperdine, has scored 26 goals this year, breaking her own
Wilson, third place finishers in the Moore League, comes into the match with an 11-4-7 record, but the Griffins are probably not taking them lightly. Last year they entered the playoffs as the No. 2 seed as well, but after drawing a first round bye, fell to Rancho Cucamonga in penalty kicks.
The winner will advance to play the winner of the El Dorado at Hart contest on Friday.
Below is a good article in today’s OC Register on Los Al and JSerra soccer teams. Many of the girls play on the same SoCal Blues club soccer team.