In a 27-team field broken up into two divisions, La Reina High won the Gold Division while Mission Prep finished first in the Silver Division of the Cardinal Classic on Saturday.

Bishop Diego hosted the all-day tournament at their own gym and Page Youth Center.

Santa Barbara, San Marcos, Dos Pueblos and Bishop Diego competed in the Gold Division while Laguna Blanca, Cate and Santa Ynez were in the Silver Division.

The Royals had the best finish in pool play of the local schools, going 3-0 with victories against Viewpoint, Rio Hondo Prep and Granada Hills.

In pool play, the Dons went 2-1 to finish atop their pool, picking up wins over Newbury Park and Valencia while falling to the eventual champion in La Reina.

Playing in the same pool, the Chargers went 1-1 and the Cardinals were 0-2.

In the championship playoff bracket of the Gold Division, San Marcos, Santa Barbara and Dos Pueblos were all eliminated in the first round. Bishop Diego, meanwhile, was eliminated in the first round of the consolation bracket.

Over in the Silver Division, Laguna Blanca picked up a pair of wins in three matchups in pool play, defeating SLO Classical and Cabrillo before dropping the matchup with Mission Prep.

Cate also went 2-1, falling to Chadwick but bouncing back with wins against Wildwood and Coastal Christian.

Santa Ynez had the best pool play performance in the Silver Division, rattling off three straight wins over Foothill Tech, Villanova Prep and Trinity Classical.

Cate was the only local school to win a playoff bracket game, as the Rams took down Foothill Tech before falling to Mission Prep in the second round.

Laguna Blanca and Santa Ynez were also in the championship playoff bracket, with the Pirates earning a first-round bye. After Laguna Blanca dropped its opening-round matchup with Chadwick, Santa Ynez was upset by Chadwick to be eliminated in the second round.

The final championship matchup in each bracket was La Reina against Capistrano Valley Christian (Gold) and Mission Prep taking on Chadwick (Silver).

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