(Note: All games 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted)
Monrovia (5-5, Rio Hondo No. 2) at Cantwell Sacred Heart (7-3, Camino Real No. 2)
Even in a down year, visiting Wildcats can be tough. Home cooking may mean the difference.
Whittier Christian (5-5, Alpha, At-Large) at Bell-Jeff (9-1, No. 4 seed, Santa Fe No. 1)
Visiting Heralds should be healthiest they’ve been all year. Couldn’t be a better time for it.
Santa Fe (5-5, Del Rio, At-Large) at San Gabriel (8-2, No. 1 seed, Almont No. 1)
Chiefs (and Pioneer) playing Del Rio League’s best football at the end.
Ocean View (7-3, Golden West No. 2) at La Habra (9-0, Freeway No. 2), 7 p.m.
Golden West’s No. 2 gets Freeway’s No. 2. Surprise awaits visiting Seahawks.
Santa Ana (5-5, Golden West No. 3) at California (9-1, No. 4 seed, Del Rio No. 1)
Host Condors reportedly will make a change at QB, but defense still going to be the key.
Alhambra (7-3, Almont No. 3) vs. La Serna (7-3, Del Rio No. 2, at Whittier College, 7 p.m.)
Moors’ two RBs (Brown, Smith) vs. Lancers’ one RB (Jordan). Doesn’t seem fair. (Louie Lozano may be La Serna’s ace in the hole)
Rosemead (7-3, Mission Valley No. 2) at Schurr (6-4, Almont No. 2)
Doubtful host Spartans (and defending division champions) will let this one go three OTs.
El Rancho (5-5, Del Rio No. 3) at Westminster (7-3, No. 2 seed, Golden West No. 1)
El Rancho surprise of Del Rio League, but host Lions probably not impressed.
La Mirada (4-6, Suburban No. 3) vs. South Hills (8-2, San Antonio No. 1) at Covina District Field.
South Hills lost its first two games this season, now enjoying an eight-game winning streak.
St. Paul (6-4, Mission No. 2) at Quartz Hill (8-2, Golden No. 2)
Like the Del Rio League, selection committee didn’t give Mission League teams much respect.
Best chances to advance to second round?
Best chances to make quarterfinals?
Best chances to reach championship game?
Best chance to win the title?