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Coach Gary McKnight watches as his Santa Ana Mater Dei team takes on Palm Springs on Jan. 2.

Coach Gary McKnight watches as his Santa Ana Mater Dei team takes on Palm Springs on Jan. 2. (Eric Sondheimer)

Much of the attention in the first two months of the basketball season has focused on Sierra Canyon and Rancho Christian as the teams to beat in the Southern Section, but don’t count out defending Open Division champion Santa Ana Mater Dei.

The Monarchs are 16-1 with a starting lineup of all underclassmen, and their front line measures 6-9, 6-9 and 6-8. In other words, don’t count out coach Gary McKnight, who found a way to beat Sierra Canyon last season.

“It’s a great group of kids,” he said. “They’re really jelling as a team.”



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