Winter sports winding down; Bucs basketball at home in CIF playoffs
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With spring around the corner, several Mission Bay winter sports teams are winding down their seasons.

Boys basketball

The Bucs entered the week with a mark of 24-5, 11-1 in league action for head coach Marshawn Cherry. They will play Vista in the quarterfinals at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23 at Mission Bay High.

In recent play, Mission Bay lost a hard-fought 54-51 decision to La Jolla last week.

Prior to that contest, the Bucs defeat Kearny (74-36) and Patrick Henry (61-44), respectively.

Girls basketball

The Bucs came into the week with an overall record of 4-16, 1-9 in league play for head coach Vince Ichihara.

In their most recent action, the Bucs fell to La Jolla 44-28 last week and then lost 53-33 to Mar Vista in the CIF playoffs. Before that contest, Mission Bay dropped games to Christian (68-29) and Crawford (39-22), respectively.

Girls water polo

IMission Bay fell to Point Loma 6-3 this past Monday evening in the CIF Division III semifinals.

Under head coach John Knight, Mission Bay finished the regular season as co-City League champions with a record in league play at 9-1.

Girls soccer

Mission Bay came into this week with a record of 10-4-5 for head coach Jorge Palacios.

The Bucs are scheduled to play at Christian at 3:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23 in the CIF quarterfinals.

The Bucs had a three-game winning streak snapped last week in a 4-1 loss to Academy of Our Lady Peace.

Boys soccer

The Bucs were 5-12 for head coach Joe Panian. Mission Bay fell 3-0 to Serra in its last game.

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