No. 1 Redondo Union wrapped up Bay League and regular season play last week with wins over Mira Costa, 18-5, and Peninsula, 19-3, to clinch a tie with Palos Verdes for the league title, the Sea Hawks’ 10th consecutive Bay championship.
The Sea Hawks’ five seniors — above, from left: Shea Fleetwood, Alison Shafer, Lisa Diethelm, Maddie Marcon and Meagan Cooley — have won the Bay League every year and have reached the US Lacrosse LA Championship finals three years in a row. They will try to make it four in a row next week. Already the seniors have compiled a record of 63-11 in four seasons, with as many as six playoff games potentially in their future.
Emma Hodges led Redondo in its win over Peninsula, scoring five goals. Addy Bass scored four against Peninsula after netting six against Mira Costa. Shafer had two goals and three assists against Peninsula and a goal and five assists against Mira Costa. Marianna Gamet scored three goals against Peninsula, and freshman Jordan Davis scored twice against Pen and three times against Costa.
Redondo is expected to be named the No. 1 seed in the LA playoffs and will open with a home game on Tuesday.