The Catholic Athletic Association is scheduled to meet on March 27 to revise its sports leagues for the 2014-18 cyle, and it appears that a consensus is building among schools that make up the Mission League.
Gardena Serra is proposing that there be two four-team leagues in football. One would be made up of Crespi, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, Alemany and Chaminade. The other would be Bishop Amat, Loyola, Serra and Salesian.
Both leagues would end up being in the Pac-5. Schools in the two leagues would play each other in nonleague games.
Another league would be St. Francis, Harvard-Westlake, St. Paul, Cathedral and La Salle.
The big issue would be moving Salesian, but schools that have been competing against Salesian would likely support the move. Salesian has been gaining a reputation for producing college players despite playing much lower than the Pac-5.