Twenty two.

That is the number of games that will be going on in locales from Paso Robles to Lompoc up and down the Central Coast Tuesday as the area high school winter sports season gets into full swing.

Righetti soccer standout Ivy Diego has verbally committed to Cal State Fullerton. She will be one of those in action Tuesday. Her Warriors girls soccer team will play at Santa Ynez at 5:30 p.m.

Rob Cantrell’s Santa Ynez girls squad is at the top of the Los Padres League nearly every year. The Pirates will try to start another run toward a big season Tuesday.

The area prep winter season tips off with the Orcutt Academy at Carpinteria girls basketball game at 7 p.m. Monday. Autumn Reynoso, the Spartans’ leading scorer from that year, will help lead Orcutt Academy into action in that one.

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Question of the day: Will the number of television viewers who care out-number the number of games wiped out by the NHL labor dispure if, and when, the thing is settled?

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The streak is through at 32: Lompoc couldn’t fight off two first-half turnovers and saw its quest for a third consecutive CIF Southern Section divisional title end with a 34-21 loss to Gardena Serra in the Western Division semifinals at Huyck Stadium Friday night.

The Braves saw their winning streak end at 32.

Still, third-year coach Andrew Jones and his Braves have had a remarkable run. Congratulations to them for all they’ve accomplished.

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