City Section

Thursday, April 29

City Section Playoff Pairings

CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION

No. 16 Westchester (Western 5) at No. 1 Chatsworth (West Valley 1); No. 9 Garfield (Eastern 1) at No. 8 Sylmar (Valley Mission 1); No. 12 Narbonne (Marine 2) at No. 5 Grant (Sunset Six 1); No. 13 Granada Hills Kennedy (Valley Mission 2) at No. 4 Venice (Western 2); No. 14 Fairfax (Western 4) at No. 3 Granada Hills (West Valley 2); No. 11 Marshall (Northern 1) at No. 6 Taft (West Valley 3); No. 10 San Pedro (Marine 1) at No. 7 Palisades (Western 3); No. 15 Huntington Park (Eastern 2) at No. 2 University (Western 1).

INVITATIONAL DIVISION

No. 16 USC-MaST (Magnet 2) at No. 1 El Camino Real (West Valley 4); No. 9 Monroe (Valley Mission 4) at No. 8 Carson (Marine 3); No. 12 Poly (Sunset Six 4) at No. 5 Bell (Eastern 2); No. 13 North Hollywood (Sunset Six 5) at No. 4 Jefferson (Coliseum 1); No. 14 Van Nuys (Valley Mission 5) at No. 3 Verdugo Hills (Sunset Six 2); No. 11 Birmingham (West Valley 5) at No. 6 Belmont (Northern 2); No. 10 Hollywood (Sunset Six 3) at No. 7 Eagle Rock (Northern 3); No. 15 Elizabeth (Magnet 1) at No. 2 Reseda (Valley Mission 3).

Note: First round matches are on Tuesday night; Finals are on May 14 at Pierce College.

Wednesday, April 28

MARINE LEAGUE

San Pedro d. Washington, 25-3, 25-7, 25-12
Sean Riopelle had 12 kills and 12 assists to lead visiting San Pedro (9-4, 9-1), which won the league championship with the victory. Narbonne (8-2 league) finished second and Carson (7-3 league), third. Washington is 0-12, 0-10.

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Eagle Rock d. L.A. Wilson, 20-25, 25-12, 25-17, 24-26, 15-11
Jonel DeLosReyes had 45 kills, three aces and five blocks for Eagle Rock (8-4, 8-5). Wilson is 5-7, 5-8.

Tuesday, April 27

EASTERN LEAGUE

Huntington Park d. Garfield, 13-25, 25-21, 23-25, 25-21, 15-10
Steve Monreal had 18 kills, 24 digs and six blocks, Javier Oliver added 14 kills, 37 digs and four aces and Angel Ramirez had 42 assists for Garfield (10-2, 7-1), which won the league championship on a tiebreaker over Huntington Park (10-1, 7-1).

FREEWAY LEAGUE

Valley Alternative d. SOCES, 25-20, 26-24, 23-25, 25-14
Alfredo Diaz had 20 kills and Erick Flores had 35 assists for Valley Alternative (5-4, 5-3).

MARINE LEAGUE

Carson d. Banning, 25-21, 25-16, 25-16
Ricardo Chavez had nine kills and three aces and Joven Magno added four kills, six aces and five digs to lead Carson (8-5, 7-3). Banning is 4-6 in league.

Monday, April 26

CROSSTOWN LEAGUE

Elizabeth d. King-Drew, 25-14, 25-16, 25-15
Host Elizabeth is 8-3, 7-1. King-Drew is 0-8 in league.

FREEWAY LEAGUE

USC MaST d. Valley Alternative, 25-21, 19-25, 25-23, 18-25, 15-11
Alfredo Diaz had 26 kills, breaking the school record for kills in a match, and sophomore Erick Flores had 46 assists, breaking the school record for assists in a match, for visiting Valley Alternative (4-4, 4-3). Bertin Pineda had 23 assists and Marvin Bojorquez added 13 assists to lead host USC-MaST (8-1, 7-1), which clinched first place in the Freeway League.

SUNSET SIX LEAGUE

Verdugo Hills d. Hollywood, 25-27, 25-5, 29-31, 25-8, 15-3
Senior Gio Rodriguez had 13 kills and 12 digs, twin brother Paolo Rodriguez had 37 assists, and junior Edvard Aydinyan added 11 kills and eight blocks and for visiting Verdugo Hills (10-3, 8-2), which finished in second place in the league. Hollywood falls to 8-5 with a 5-5 league record to finish third.

WEST VALLEY LEAGUE

Chatsworth d. Cleveland, 25-10, 25-9, 25-17
Mike Cornes and Bob Mason each had nine kills, Paul Pallett added seven kills and Julian Cirri chipped in six kills for host and No. 8 Chatsworth (13-0, 10-0), which won its second league title in three years. Cleveland is 1-12, 1-9.

Granada Hills d. Birmingham, 25-13, 25-14, 25-15
Senior Kris Manansala had nine kills to lead visiting Granada Hills (10-3, 7-3).

WESTERN LEAGUE

Unversity d. L.A. Hamilton, 25-1, 25-11, 25-4
Ralph Johnson served 22 points in a row with 8 aces in game one and Arman Vakili had 5 aces in game three. David Anderson added nine kills for host University (10-0, 10-0), which clinched the league title with the victory, its second league title in three years.

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