Santa Margarita at Saint Margaret’s

The #4 St. Margaret’s Tartans host the #5 Santa Margarita Eagles Friday night in the MaxLAXOC.com game of the week. Two very familiar opponents face off in a game that could ultimately determine Trinity League supremacy. The two teams have played one another 11 times since 2007 with the Tartans coming out ahead nine times. The young Eagles led by new coach Brad Reppert come into this game with a new style of play, ready to begin a new era. None of the more experienced Tartans have ever experienced anything less than a Trinity League championship, and they are not ready to relinquish the crown now. Friday night, they will decide on the field who is the better team…at least until their next game in April.

Check in with MaxLAXOC.Com after the game for a game summary and video highlights.

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The #4 St. Margaret’s Tartans host the #5 Santa Margarita Eagles Friday night in the MaxLAXOC.com game of the week. Two very familiar opponents face off in a game that could ultimately determine Trinity League supremacy. The two teams have played one another 11 times since 2007 with the Tartans coming out ahead nine times. The young Eagles led by new coach Brad Reppert come into this game with a new style of play, ready to begin a new era. None of the more experienced Tartans have ever experienced anything less than a Trinity League championship, and they are not ready to relinquish the crown now. Friday night, they will decide on the field who is the better team…at least until their next game in April.

Check in with MaxLAXOC.Com after the game for a game summary and video highlights.