Mazzotta last lost a CIF title game in 2000, when La Habra fell to South Hills, 19-14.
The program later won consecutive championships in 2002--10. Programs La Habra has beaten multiple times in the playoffs since 2002: El Dorado and Kennedy (3); California of Whittier, Corona del Mar, Cypress, Fullerton, Pacifica, Savanna, Tustin, Trabuco Hills (2); 15 others tied at 1.
In college, it seems like everyone adheres to relationship stereotypes — being in a serious, long-term relationship or casually dating and hooking up.
Short-lived relationships are often seen as insignificant or unsubstantial, while long term ones are more respected and valued.
By opening ourselves to the idea that any relationship or romantic experience has the potential to be meaningful, we will learn more about ourselves and what experiences will lead to a fulfilling life.For example, casually dating someone who has a totally different set of values than you do could allow you to consider a new perspective, possibly redefining what a "healthy" relationship is.Being in these “flings” allows us to share intimate experiences with someone on an accelerated timeline. We can experience the relationship less anxiety and apprehension because we know there’s no time to hold back.La Habra is appearing in its first Southwest championship game since 2010.San Clemente was a finalist last season, losing to Trabuco Hills, 44-37. La Habra lost to Capistrano Valley in the first round of last year’s playoffs, making it the first Southwest program since El Dorado in 2006 to appear in a title game the year after being eliminated in the first round.