Cerritos, ranked fifth in the state, experimented with different lineup combinations throughout its South Coast Conference match with the Lancers in preparation for Friday night’s SCC showdown with the No. 2 Warriors. “We tried three different lineups,” Carey said following Wednesday’s sweep that took just over an hour. “We have a handful of girls who can play multiple positions, which is rare. David Felton Long Beach City 3, L.A. Harbor 1: Middle blocker Meaghan Sefuiva helped had a match-high 26 kills as the Vikings snapped a six-match losing streak with a 30-16, 27-30, 30-10, 30-16 victory over the visiting Seahawks in SCC action. Outside hitter Angelica Caingcoy had 12 kills and a team-best 11 digs and setter Luz Roman led LBCC (3-8, 1-1 SCC) with 44 assists. MEN’S WATER POLO Long Beach City 17, Mt. SAC 15 (OT): Pavle Fillipovic and Milos Skaljac each scored five goals and Miljan Colovic added four as the No. 2-ranked Vikings (16-2, 3-0 SCC) topped the visiting Mounties. WOMEN’S WATER POLO Long Beach City 4, Mt. SAC 2: Erica Dill had two goals and goalie Jenna Beer made five saves as the No. 4-ranked Vikings (9-8, 2-2 SCC) edged the visiting Mounties. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 “I think that’s why we started out slow (in Game 1). We were trying out new stuff.” Apparently, a 6-4 deficit for the Falcons (9-1, 2-0 SCC) is a slow start. It didn’t take long, however, for Cerritos to find its groove, racing to leads of 13-7 and 21-8. Games 2 and 3 weren’t much more competitive, allowing Ortega and Carey to empty their bench. Freshman outside hitter Jennifer Espinoza had 13 kills with no errors, sophomore middle blocker Nancy Marin had seven kills and three solo blocks and setter Stephanie Crowell had 25 assists and four aces. Friday’s match begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Aviary. It’s not as if the Cerritos College women’s volleyball team looked past its match with visiting Pasadena City on Wednesday night a 30-9, 30-13, 30-8 victory was proof of that. But the Falcons’ upcoming match against El Camino was never far from the minds of co-coaches Teresa Ortega and Ali Carey.