Moore League Girls’ Tennis, 3 p.m.

This is the final day of the regular season, and the league tournament will start on Monday at El Dorado. The singles and doubles final rounds are Friday at Billie Jean King courts. Today, Wilson hosts Lakewood while Long Beach Poly visits Millikan. Compton will travel to Cabrillo, and Jordan will face CAMS at Cal State University Dominguez Hills.


High School Football, 7 p.m.

The best game of the week will likely be at Clark Field where the St. Anthony Saints are hosting Santa Fe League rival St. Genevieve. The Valiants (7-0) are having their best season since 2009, and are bouncing back from a 3-7 season. Senior running back Darrious Gaines leads St. Genevieve with 11 touchdowns and is averaging 10.7 yards per carry. The Saints (5-2) have already scored 312 points this season and are undefeated at home.

In Moore League action, Long Beach Poly will visit Lakewood while Wilson travels to Millikan and Compton visits Cabrillo.

Long Beach State Women’s Soccer vs. UC Davis, 3 p.m.

The 49ers, who are currently alone in third place in the Big West Conference, are on the road for one game this weekend. The Aggies (6-7-3, 2-2-1) are in a four-way tie for fourth place after a win over UC Riverside snapped a two-game losing streak. Seniors Celina Minissian and Rachel Ahr both have four goals for UC Davis. The Aggies haven’t beaten LBSU since 2010.

Long Beach State Women’s Volleyball vs. UC Santa Barbara, 7 p.m.

Still leading the Big West, the 49ers have two games in as many nights as part of their annual trip up Interstate 101 to Santa Barbara and San Louis Obispo. LBSU visits Cal Poly on Saturday at the same time. The Gauchos (12-8, 3-4) bounced back from two losses by beating Cal State Fullerton last week thanks to nice performances from outside hitter Lindsey Ruddins and and middle blocker Elizabeth Sheffield. The Mustangs (12-6, 5-2) beat UCSB this month as part of their five-match winning streak. Junior Raeann Greisen and sophomore Adlee Van Winden have combined for 473 kills this season.


Long Beach State Men’s Water Polo vs. USC

The No. 6 49ers have another tough task at hand when they return to Ken Lindgren Aquatics Center tonight against No. 3 USC. The Trojans (15-1) are on a seven-game winning streak, and haven’t lost in a month. Four players have scored more than 20 goals for USC, and Blake Edwards leads this team with 32 goals. Wilson High alum Zach D’Sa has 11 goals for USC this season.

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