DOWNTOWN — With just two games remaining, Pacifica Christian girls’ volleyball has held on to the top spot in the CIF-Southern Section Division 4-A rankings, it was announced this week.

The Seawolves have spent much of the second half of the season sitting at No. 1. The ranking would place them as the top seeded team in the playoffs with arguably the easiest path to the championship.

Pacifica Christian will be back in action on Friday at Liberty League rival Buckley. That game is on the road. The Seawolves wrap the season against Rolling Hills Prep next Wednesday, Oct. 31. That game is also on the road.

 

Samohi v-ball undefeated in league

 

Santa Monica girls’ volleyball, sitting at No. 4 in the latest CIF-SS Division 3-AA poll, has swept through Ocean League play with one regular season game to go.

The Vikings are 7-0 in league as they prepare for a road trip to Culver City today. The game begins at 3:15 p.m.

Samohi completes the season at the Redondo Tournament this weekend.

With Samohi the likely league champ, the Vikings will host a home playoff game. The playoffs begin Nov. 5.

 

St. Monica faces tough test

 

St. Monica football’s playoff fate is on the line on Friday as the Mariners prepare for first place Salesian.

The Mariners trail Salesian by a game and a half at 1-1 in the Santa Fe League. Bellarmine-Jefferson is also in second at 1-1.

Salesian enters the game 7-1 overall and 3-0 in league as they attempt to repeat as champs.

Friday’s game is at Salesian and begins at 7 p.m.

 

 

daniela@smdp.com

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