East Los Angeles and Cerritos finish as the 2014 SCC Co-Champions

For ELAC (18-3), the Huskies clinch their first-ever SCC title in softball and will enter the postseason as the higher seed over Cerritos (18-3) thanks to winning two of their three games in their series v. the Falcons.

Cerritos wins its ninth SCC crown, fifth in the past seven years, and first since 2012. 

In the April 17 most recent regional poll, Cerritos (30-10) was ranked No. 7, Mt. San Antonio (32-8) No. 8, and East LA (29-9) No. 10. 

http://www.cccaasports.org/sports/sball/2013-14/releases/20140414k0t8jp

 

Team Standings are below Pacific Coast above Western State Blue

http://www.cccaastats.org/sports/sball/2013-14/standings

Individual Hitting, Conference only

http://cccaastats.org/sports/sball/2013-14/players?sort=avg&view=&pos=h&r=1&conf=South+Coast

Individual Hitting, Overall

http://cccaastats.org/sports/sball/2013-14/players?sort=avg&view=&pos=h&r=0&conf=South+Coas 

Individual Pitching, Conference Only

http://cccaastats.org/sports/sball/2013-14/players?sort=era&view=&pos=p&r=1&conf=South+Coast

Individual Pitching, Overall

http://cccaastats.org/sports/sball/2013-14/players?sort=era&view=&pos=p&r=0&conf=South+Coast

Team Statistics

http://cccaastats.org/sports/sball/2013-14/teams?sort=name&pos=h&r=0&conf=South+Coast


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