ThernJ.Serra and San Gabriel Mission girls’ soccer team and the Loyola boys’ squadrnwill will for CIF Southern California Regional Soccer titles March 10,rnfollowing semifinal victories March 8.

Inrna thrilling Division 1 overtime encounter, J.Serra defeated Santa Margarita 4-2rnon penalty kicks, after the teams tied 1-1 in regulation (and after they had dividedrnthree earlier matches — a win for each and a tie — prior to Thursday’s match).

J.Serrarn(25-1-2) will play Baseline League champion Upland (21-3-1) at 4 p.m. March 10rnin San Juan Capistrano for the Division 1 Regional title. On Dec. 28, J.Serrarndefeated Upland 2-1 on penalty kicks after the Lions and Highlanders played torna scoreless tie in regulation.

SanrnGabriel Mission, which hasn’t lost in two months, knocked off Orosi 3-1 in arnDivision 5 semifinal as sophomore Isabella Lopez scored twice and juniorrnHavanna Garcia once.

Inrnthe 4 p.m. title game March 10, the Pioneers (30-1-2) will play third-seededrnFillmore (19-5-2), which won the CIF-SS Division 7 title. San Gabriel Missionrnwon D-7 in 2017 before moving up to, and winning, D-6 in 2018.

Inrnthe boys’ Division 1 tournament, Loyola — on a goal by Sean Traylor with threernminutes remaining — edged its Los Angeles neighbor Cathedral 2-1. Aidan Cuevasrngave Loyolan early 1-0 lead, but Cathedral freshman Diego Barahona tied therngame for Cathedral with nine minutes left, before Traylor converted therntie-breaking tally.

Thernwin earned the Cubs (24-3-6) the right to play San Clemente (19-5-6) for thernchampionship on March 10, 4 p.,m. in San Clemente. The Tritons, winners of thernSouth Coast League, gained the final with a 3-1 upset of top-seeded SantarnBarbara, which had beaten Loyola and Cathedral to win the CIF-SS D-1rnchampionship.