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Running back Brandyn Jordan of Cathedral has been selected the MVP in the Angelus League.

The co-most valuable offensive players were Darius Perrantes of St. Francis and Alex Franco of Cathedral. The MVP defensive player was Dylan Taylor of Cathedral. The MVP lineman was Keith Conley of Cathedral.

First-team all-league:

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The City Section has canceled its cross-country prelims set for Saturday at Pierce College.

Pierce College is being used as an evacuation center for animals being moved out of the way of wildfires in Ventura County and Los Angeles County. Also, there are concerns about air quality, City Section administrator Vicki Lagos said Friday.

All participants will advance to the finals next Saturday at Pierce College.

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The Friday night City Section Open Division football playoff game between Birmingham and San Fernando has been moved from Pierce College to Granada Hills High School.

Kickoff will be 7:30 p.m.

Pierce College is being used as an evacuation center for animals because of the fires in Ventura and Los Angeles countiesy.

Wildfires in Ventura County and Los Angeles County could force postponement of several high school football playoff games scheduled for Friday.

Oaks Christian in Westlake Village was scheduled to travel to Orange County to play JSerra in a Division 1 quarterfinal, but the game has been postponed, athletic director Jan Hethcock said. Flames are nearby, students have lost homes, parts of the area have been evacuated and parts of the 101 Freeway are closed, Hethcock said Friday morning via text.

The game was scheduled to be televised by Fox Sports West. It has been rescheduled for Saturday at 7 p.m.

CIF STATE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

SOUTHERN REGIONAL

OPEN DIVISION

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GIRLS TENNIS

CITY

DIVISION I

BOYS WATER POLO

SOUTHERN SECTION

DIVISION 1

BOYS WATER POLO

CITY

Championship, Thursday

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Thursday, Nov. 8

FOOTBALL

SOUTHERN SECTION

Irene Kim of La Palma Kennedy won the CIF/SCGA SoCal girls’ high school golf championship on Thursday, shooting a 5-under-par 68 at Brookside Golf Course.

She had seven birdies, including all four par-5s.

In second place with a 69 was Brianna Navarrosa of Chula Vista Mater Dei.