Day of reckoning in CIF dual tournament

first_imgMoore League champion Lakewood and Moore runner-up Millikan are also in Division III. The Lancers are seeded third and face Dos Pueblos (Channel No. 2) in the first round. Millikan opens against Desert Sky League champion Barstow. Warren, which won the San Gabriel Valley League crown, is seeded second in Division IV at Corona Centennial High. The Bears open against Oxnard Pacifica, an at-large team from the Pacific View League. Downey, which finished second in the SGVL, opens against Palm Desert (Desert Valley No. 2). The Suburban League representatives – Glenn and Mayfair – will compete in Division II at North Torrance High. Glenn, the league champion, is seeded third and wrestles Redlands East Valley in the first round. Mayfair opens against Citrus Belt champion A.B. Miller. David Felton can be reached at [email protected] or (562) 499-1318. At 11 a.m. at venues across the Southland, the CIF-SS Dual Meet Wrestling Championships kick off. Sixteen teams in each division will battle for the right to lift a CIF championship trophy by the end of the night. St. John Bosco High, champion of the Trinity League, is the top seed in Division III at South Hills High. The Braves face Colton, the No. 2 entry from the San Andreas League, in the first round. A victory in that match would pit SJB against either Ventura (Channel No. 1) or Ontario (Mt. Baldy No. 2) in the second round. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img LONG BEACH – Four victories away from a CIF Southern Section team championship. That’s the scenario facing most teams that begin the CIF playoffs, no matter which sport. But while the basketball and football and softball players extend the competition over several weeks, the wrestlers decide it all in just one day – today. last_img read more


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