It's likely to be a crowded Foothill Blvd. on Wednesday evening as the La Cañada High and Flintridge Prep's boys' basketball teams host first-round playoff games scheduled for the same 7 p.m. start times.
Consequently, the schools' girls' teams will host their first-round games on Thursday at the same time.
Fresh off winning another Rio Hondo League championship, La Cañada will welcome Campbell Hall in Division 2-AA action, while Prep League co-titlist Flintridge Prep faces Compton Centennial to open theDivision 4-AA playoffs.
Riding a four-game winning streak, La Cañada (19-9) will welcome a Campbell Hall squad that owns a 17-7 mark and is a Gold Coast League at-large entrant.
La Cañada, following a first-round bye, advanced to the Division 1-A quarterfinal round last season.
If the Spartans get past Campbell Hall, they will move into Friday's second round to face No. 3 seed Mayfair (Suburban League champion, 20-7) or Sonora (Freeway League at-large, 14-14) in Friday's second round.
Flintridge Prep (13-11), which shared the Prep League title with Pasadena Poly, will host Centennial (13-12), an at-large team from the Pioneers League.
The winner is likely to see the No. 1 seed Hillcrest (25-3, River Valley League champion) in Friday's second round. Hillcrest will open up against Sunbelt at-large entry Heritage (15-10).
Flintridge Prep advanced to the second round of Division 4-AA playoffs, losing to Blair, 62-53, after a first-round win at home versus Quartz Hill, 68-47.