The closest any team has come to Corona del Mar High in a boys' lacrosse contest was two goals. And that Sea Kings' opponent was from out of state.
No team was able to knock off CdM in the regular season. The Sea Kings (19-0) beat teams from as far as Colorado and the San Francisco Bay Area.
In the next phase of the season, CdM plays teams from Southern California. Staying undefeated against them is far more important to the Sea Kings.
Next for CdM is the U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section South Division Championship tournament, mostly made up of teams from Orange County. The Sea Kings have made it to the finale twice in the past three seasons, never winning it, though.
The team with the biggest target in the playoffs this year is CdM, which received the No. 1 seed.
The Pacific Coast League champion Sea Kings open the first round at home Tuesday with a big test. They face No. 16-seeded Servite (7-9) at 5:30 p.m.