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Football: Trinity League is strong

September 6, 2010 |  8:29 am

Five of the six Trinity League teams began their seasons last week, and four came out victorious. Only Santa Ana Mater Dei lost its opener.

It's another sign of the status quo, meaning the Trinity League season will be as brutal as ever.

That's why its important for teams to schedule challenging nonleague opponents, because once league play begins, teams have to be at a high level.

We'll find out more this week about Bellflower St. John Bosco, which plays Lakewood on Friday, and Santa Margarita, which plays Tesoro.

Anaheim Servite and Orange Lutheran are the favorites. Mater Dei, coming off its Carson loss, will get better.

-- Eric Sondheimer

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