This is another one of those complicated ones, though luckily, a four-way tie is not involved in any way, shape or form.
1 tie) Riverside Patriot (7-2, 4-0): The Warriors will face off with Kaiser for the league title. If it wins, Patriot is the No. 1 seed out of the Sunkist in the Eastern Division playoffs. If it loses, its the No. 2.
1 tie) Kaiser (5-3-1, 4-0): Copy and paste what I said for Patriot, except substitute “Cats” for “Warriors”, “Kaiser” for “Patriot” and “Patriot” for “Kaiser”.
3) Summit (7-2, 2-2): If the SkyHawks beat Bloomington Thursday, they will clinch the No. 3 spot out of the Sunkist. If they lose, they’ll need Riverside Norte Vista to beat Jurupa Valley. That would cause a three-way coin flip for the last spot between Summit, Norte Vista and Bloomington.
4) Bloomington (2-7, 1-3): I’m putting Bloomington ahead of Norte Vista because the Bruins have a more direct possibility at the playoffs. If they win and Norte Vista loses, Bloomington gets the No. 3 seed. If both the Bruins and Norte Vista win, then it goes to a three-way coin flip with Summit.
5) Norte Vista (4-5, 1-3): The Indians need a win and a Bloomington win. In that situation, they’ll be part of three-way coin flip with the Bruins and SkyHawks.
6) Jurupa Valley (2-7, 0-4): Eliminated from playoff consideration.