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Jordon may have described love best. "We're just trying to get to the best idea," said the SDA AD. "There are definitely some people who don't like the final result but they understand that not everyone is ever going to be totally happy."
So, what exactly will Avocado West fans be getting next year? In San Marcos, the league will be adding the San Diego Section's largest school in terms of enrollment (3,234) and Athletic Director Jeff Meyer's program is reflective of that standing. Already in 2017-18, the Knights have captured five Avocado East titles, won CIF championships in girls' volleyball (D-II) and boys' wrestling (D-I) and reached the semi-finals in football (Open) and field hockey (D-1). As of press time this winter, San Marcos boys' and girls' basketball and soccer teams are all ranked in the top 10 countywide.
Despite having been post-season participants in virtually every sport, Meyer, an admitted advocate of "different leagues for different sports," is coming into the Avocado West without delusions of grandeur."We have sports that play in Division I-II and III," he said. "I believe we will fit fine in the new league in certain sports, but in others will struggle to win a single game."
Mission Hills, whose attendance is in the 2,500 range, also brings sterling competitive credentials. For starters, the Grizzlies have reached the final four of football's Open Division each of the last three seasons while the girls' basketball team has captured three consecutive CIF Open Division crowns and is ranked No. 3 with this year's playoffs approaching. Last fall, Mission Hills won the D-II field hockey title and reached the championship final in girls' tennis. Veteran coach and administrator Ken Putnam is the Athletic Director.
Anticipation would be a good way to describe the reaction from the existing Avocado West members. "It's going to be fun and I think it's fantastic," said Falcis-Stevens, whose Torrey Pines program is the dominant overall program in the Avo West now. "I think love will bring more competition across-the-board and bring about more competitive balance."
LCC athletic director Kari DiGiulio was just as emphatic.
"The fact that San Marcos and Mission Hills are joining our league is all positive-they're both high quality programs that can only make us better," says DiGiulio. "The Avocado West is going to be a powerhouse-without a doubt, the top league in the section. I like that."
Oceanside and El Camino, currently members in football only, will remain in that capacity. Last fall, at one point, all seven Avo West grid teams were ranked in the Division I top 10. With Mission Hills and San Marcos in the mix (both were top four CIF Open Division clubs in 2017), Friday nights could be pretty special on the North Coast. "There are not going to be any gimme games," smiled DiGiulio. "Every week it's going to be a battle."
Although some of the current Avo West coaches recognize that the newcomers could not only make league titles but the road to the CIF Playoffs more difficult, comments from Mario Flores, coach of the 10-time defending Avo West champion LCC girls' basketball squad, seem fairly reflective of that group's attitude.
"As just a coach, I look at this as a great challenge-in my sport those two programs are as good as any in the section," said Flores, whose club, in addition to San Marcos and Mission Hills, will be part of the eight-team open bracket in the upcoming CIF Playoffs. "But, I've already talked about love with my team and we're ready to go after it. You always want to test yourself against the best."
NORTH COUNTY ALL-SPORT LEAGUE ALIGNMENT FOR 2018-19 (not including football)
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