Southern Section, City Section brackets are out

Teams have been seeded and games for this first week of playoff action have been set. Since I’m unable to download the brackets, I’m relying on the crazies at

LA City Section Division I

No. 16 Gardena at No. 1 Taft
No. 9 Manual Arts at No. 8 Wilson
No. 12 San Pedro at No. 5 Chatsworth
No. 13 Palisades at No. 4 Narbonne

No. 14 Franklin at No. 3 Carson
No. 11 Dorsey at No. 6 Fairfax
No. 10 Westchester at No. 7 Crenshaw
No. 15 Kennedy at No. 2 Washington

LA City Section Division II

No. 16 Panorama at No. 1 El Camino
No. 9 Marshall at No. 8 Jordan
No. 12 Arleta No. 5 West Adams
No. 13 Hollywood at No. 4 Roosevelt

No. 14 Van Nuys at No. 3 Granada Hills
No. 11 Grant at No. 6 Reseda
No. 10 Banning at No. 7 Eagle Rock
No. 15 Lincoln at No. 2 South East

Southern Section Division

5AA bracket

Serra (1)

*Ontario Chr (16)

*Frazier Mountain
St. Bonaventure (9)

*Notre Dame/R (8)
Woodcrest Chr


Brentwood (12)

*Animo Leadership
Westridge (13)

Santa Clara (4)

*St. Paul (3)
Desert Chr/L

*Providence (14)
Holy Family

*Milken Comm. (11)
Oxford Academy

*Flintridge Prep (6)
St. Matthias

*Campbell Hall (7)
Academy Acad Excell

*Sacred Hrt Jesus
St. Monica Cath. (10)

*Loma Linda Acad(15)
Silver Valley

*Valley Chr/C (2)
Kern Valley

3AA bracket

Agoura (1)

*Elsinore (16)

Eisenhower (9)

*Arlington (8)
Palm Desert

*North Torrance (5)
Newport Harbor

*Garden Grove (12)

Palm Springs (13)

*Buena (4)
El Modena

*Bishop Amat (3)
Los Amigos

*Cerritos (14)

*Godinez (11)

*Sonora (6)

*Arroyo Grande (7)

*Jurupa Valley (10)

Torrance (15)

*Inglewood (2)
Los Altos

1AA bracket

*Poly/LB (1) Moore #1
Aliso Niguel South Coast At-Lg

*Alhambra Almont #1
Los Osos (16) Baseline #3

*Lynwood (9) SanGabrielVly #1
Palmdale Golden #3

*Colony (7) Mt. Baldy #1
Redlands Citrus Belt At-Lg

*Cajon (5) San Andreas #1
Vista Murrieta Southwestern #3

*Pacifica/Oxnard Pacific View #1T
Millikan (12) Moore #3

*Rialto (13) Citrus Belt #1
La Sierra Inland Valley At-Lg

*Etiwanda (4) Baseline #1
Quartz Hill Golden #4

*Troy (3) Freeway #1
Downey SanGabrielVly #3

*Knight Golden #2
Silverado (14) Desert Sky #2

*San Clemente (11) South Coast #1T
Cabrillo/LB Moore At-Lg

*Great Oak (6) Southwestern #1
A.B. Miller Citrus Belt #4

*Jordan (8) Moore #2
Redondo Union Bay #2T

*Schurr Almont #2T
Warren (10) SanGabrielVly #2

*RanchoVerde(15) Inland Valley #2T
Wilson/LB Moore #4

*Santiago/Cor (2) Big VIII #1
Upland Baseline At-Lg

2AA bracket

Mater Dei (1) Trinity #1
*Mater Dei
Mark Keppel Almont #2T

Culver City (16) Ocean At-Lg
*Century Orange #2

Newbury Park (9) Marmonte #4
*Hesperia Mojave River #2

Norco (8) Big VIII #4
*Beverly Hills (5) Ocean #3

Righetti PAC 7 #4
*Mayfair (12) Suburban #1

Kennedy Empire At-Lg
*San Bernardino San Andreas #2

J.W. North (13) Big VIII At-Lg
*Laguna Hills (4) Pacific Coast #1

Rowland San Antonio At-Lg
*Woodbridge (3) Sea View #1

Norwalk Suburban At-Lg
*Orange Golden West #3

Patriot (14) Sunkist #3
*Rio Mesa (11) Pacific View #1T

Peninsula Bay At-Lg
*South Torrance (6) Pioneer #1T

Westlake Marmonte At-Lg
*University Pacific Coast #2

Canyon/A (7) Century At-Lg
*Glendora (10) Sierra #3

Cypress Empire #3
*Segerstrom (15) Golden West #1

Moorpark Marmonte At-Lg
*Diamond Ranch (2) Miramonte #1

Adolfo Camarillo Pacific View At-Lg

Playoffs for all teams begin Thursday, Feb. 18. Higher-seeded teams are the host sites.

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  1. It never ceases to amaze me how year in and year out the City section seeding committee manages to screw the "city" schools in favor of the West Valley schools. The fact that Washington didn't get the one seed is despicable.

    Everyone knows that when you seed a championship tournament you look at the teams last 12-15 games. While Washington lost to Taft, it was on December 10, in the preseason, outside that 12-15 game window. Since that time, Taft has lost to Chatsworth, Birmingham, and El Camino (the night before the seeding meeting). For perspective, Washington has blown El Camino out twice in the last year, and I think most would agree that both Narbonne and Carson could handle all three of those teams. Alternatively, in that 12-15 game span, Washington took one loss to the Carson team that I have already mentioned.

    The "city" needs to get some more representation at that seeding meeting because its clear West Valley administrators are unfairly dominating the conversation.

    Don't get me wrong, I still think Prep has a great a great shot at winning this thing, and if they don't, I'm confident that another Marine League team will. I'm just saying it would have been nice for them to get some recognition for what they've managed to do this year (with 7 players) in the form of a #1 seed!