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Southern California highschool soccer coaches, gamers, followers, and even the pundits, had been ready to see what the CIF Southern Part was going to do with the Division 1 playoff discipline.
Would it not be eight groups? Twelve? 4?
Sunday morning it was introduced the sphere could be 10 groups, which incorporates six first-round byes with two ‘play-in’ video games. Each Trinity League staff besides Servite is within the part’s high division.
The ten-team discipline created attention-grabbing pairings and stunning berths within the subsequent division (2-14).
The most important shock of the morning was seeing Alemany get into the playoffs as an at-large from the Mission League. The Warriors went winless in league play and completed the season 2-7. Alemany performed within the Division 2 closing final 12 months however will now host Temecula Valley (6-4) on Friday in Division 5.
“I’m shocked,” Alemany coach Casey Clausen stated. “However I’m excited for the children that we get to play bonus soccer.”
Alemany was ranked sixty fifth within the Calpreps.com rankings with a 26.9 score and a energy of schedule of 47. The Warriors’ opponents had a mixed file of 62-29 this season. The staff’s win over San Diego Lincoln (ranked No. 1 within the San Diego Part) at first of the season may’ve been sufficient to get them in.
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Notre Dame (4-6) additionally acquired an at-large berth in Division 5. The Knights will host Nice Oak (6-4).
Chaminade (8-2), Bishop Amat (6-3), Serra (6-4), and Mission League champion Sierra Canyon (6-4), will all host video games within the opening spherical of Division 2. Serra, which acquired No. 1 seed, will host Norco (6-4); Chaminade will host San Clemente (7-3); Sierra Canyon will host Warren (9-1); and Bishop Amat will host Murrieta Valley (6-4).
St. Bonaventure (7-3) will journey to Oak Hills (10-0) and Oaks Christian (7-3) will play at Rancho Cucamonga (8-2) in Division 2.
West Ranch and Thousand Oaks – each ending 10-0 this season – had been positioned into Division 3. The No. 2-seeded Wildcats will host St. Pius (9-1) and the Lancers will journey to Chaparral (10-0).
Highland (9-1) – the Golden League champion – will journey to Cypress (10-0); Saugus (8-2) will host Millikan (4-6); Newbury Park (8-2) will host Mira Costa (8-2); and Valencia (5-5) will journey to Newport Harbor (6-4) in Division 4.
OTHER NOTABLE PAIRINGS
Calabasas (6-4) will host La Habra (6-4) in Division 6 after getting an at-large berth from the Marmonte League.
Hart (4-6) and Golden Valley (6-4) from the Foothill League will each play in Division 7 and every host Claremont (6-2) and Summit (5-5), respectively.
LA CITY SECTION FOOTBALL PAIRINGS
Are you able to say three-peat?
The Birmingham Constitution (6-4) soccer staff will compete for this system’s third straight Metropolis Part Open Division title this postseason after receiving the No. 7 seed within the part’s high playoff bracket Saturday night.
Regardless of going unbeaten within the West Valley League, and being the two-time defending champions, the Patriots should discover its means again to the Metropolis closing on the street because of the Calpreps.com rankings.
Birmingham will journey to No. 2 Venice (7-2) on Thursday, Nov. 10 (resulting from Veteran’s Day Vacation) within the opening spherical. No. 1 San Pedro will host No. 8 Eagle Rock, No. 3 Banning will host No. 6 Roosevelt, and No. 4 Garfield will host No. 5 Franklin.
The Patriots have received seven Metropolis titles of their historical past.
In Division I, Granada Hills (7-2) would be the No. 1 seed and host No. 16 Canoga Park (6-4). The Highlanders completed second place within the West Valley League behind Birmingham because of the play of cousins Dijon and Darrell Stanley, who mixed for greater than 2,500 yards speeding this season. Canoga Park is the Valley Mission League champion for the primary time since 1999.
Two different West Valley League groups had been berthed into the Division I discipline. El Camino Actual, the No. 4 seed, will host No. 13 Fairfax, No. 5 Cleveland seed, will host No. 12 Lincoln.
The Division I, II and III opening rounds start this Friday, Nov. 4.
Monroe (8-1) is the No. 1 seed in Division II and Chatsworth (2-8) is the No. 1 seed in Division III. Monroe will host Taft. Chatsworth will host Diego Rivera.