Containing Corona del Mar’s 6-foot-7 junior center, Stefan Kaluz, will be a top priority for the Wildcats. Kaluz is the Sea Kings’ leading scorer (20.8-point average) and top rebounder (12.1 average). He has amassed nine consecutive double-doubles since a 16-point, seven-rebound performance in the loss to Laguna Hills. “We know he’s tough,” Wildcats coach Sid Cooke said. “We need to throw different looks at him and be aware of where he is at all times.” Joe Eberhard (29 of 60 from 3-point range) and Sean Donovan (18 3-pointers) give the Sea Kings an outside presence. Renaissance Academy is making its third consecutive championship game appearance. The Wildcats fell to Price in the Division VA title games in 2005 and ’06. Flintridge Prep (24-3) held off Westridge to go undefeated in the Prep League. The Rebels, the No. 2 seed, used a 48-45 victory over Beaumont on Tuesday to reach today’s Division IV-A championship game against No. 1 Laguna Hills (24-4) at The Pyramid at Long Beach State at 11:15 a.m. Rebels coach Kenny Fisher is excited about his team’s first crack at a CIF title. “It’s big for the kids and the school,” Fisher said. “We’re not just happy to be there. We want to win.” The Hawks, who advanced with a 62-48 win over Sierra Vista, are led by freshmen Lauren Engeln, Nicki Nakhaie and Cori Williams. [email protected] (626) 962-8811, Ext. 4456 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! It was no secret that the Renaissance Academy boys and Flintridge Prep girls basketball teams had their sights set on a CIF-Southern Section title this season. Both teams will get their opportunities today to complete their missions. Renaissance Academy (27-1), the No. 2 seed in Division III-A, will take on No. 4 Corona del Mar (21-7) at Honda Center. Game time is scheduled for 9 a.m. The Sea Kings, champions of the Pacific Coast League, have won 10 consecutive since a 64-63 setback at the hands of Laguna Hills on Jan. 12.