Won the Trinity League championship for the 26th straight year and 31st time in 32 seasons under Head Coach Gary McKnight…captured its 22nd CIF-SS title in school history, all under McKnight, with wins over Cantwell Sacred Heart (in overtime), 72-66; Mayfair, 77-59; J.W. North, 62-49; and Chino Hills, 48-44…won an unprecedented 11th CIF-State crown, again all under McKnight’s tenure, by beating St. Augustine, 65-38; Etiwanda (in double overtime), 67-64; Westchester, 59-54; and Bishop O’Dowd, 71-61…named national champion, the first in school history, by MaxPreps and Blue Star Media.
Captured its seventh consecutive Trinity League championship…opened the CIF-SS playoffs with a 75-28 triumph over Sierra Canyon…went on the road and got a hard-fought victory over Etiwanda, 56-54…lost in the championship game to Windward, 61-46…after receiving a bye in the first round of the CIF-State playoffs, fell to Long Beach Poly, 64-46, to end the season.
Did not qualify for the playoffs.
Finished second in the Trinity League…got a 2-0 shutout win on the road at Chaminade in the first round of the CIF-SS playoffs…was eliminated from the postseason in the second round, falling to Foothill, 2-0.
Water Polo (Girls)
Came in second place in the Trinity League…advanced to the CIF-SS championship game with victories over Schurr, 15-6; Corona Santiago, 14-6; Long Beach Wilson, 13-8; and Montebello, 10-7…lost in the finals, in a low-scoring game to Santa Margarita, 5-4.
Finished third in the Trinity League…for the first time in school history, had two female wrestlers compete in the CIF-SS Masters Meet with one advancing to the CIF-State Tournament…for the boys, nine wrestlers advanced from the Trinity League Finals and qualified for the CIF-SS Individual Championships…Trevor Perez, the first Mater Dei wrestler since 2007, was crowned a CIF-SS Individual Champion…after four boys qualified for the CIF-SS Masters Meet, one went on to compete in the CIF-State Tournament before being eliminated.
Philip Bellomo, Director of Athletics