There’s a commerce going down in City Section sports activities. Sun Valley Poly, North Hollywood and San Fernando Chavez will depart the East Valley League this fall and transfer to the Valley Mission League for all sports activities. They will change locations with three groups shifting from the Valley Mission to the East Valley — Panorama, North Hills Monroe and Reseda.
The City Section board of managers is anticipated to approve the realignment at its subsequent assembly. The new league alignments can be Arleta, Van Nuys Grant, Monroe, Panorama, Reseda and Verdugo Hills within the East Valley and Canoga Park, Chavez, Granada Hills Kennedy, North Hollywood, Poly, San Fernando and Sylmar in Valley Mission.
At Tuesday’s City Section government committee assembly, it was revealed that Pasadena City College is the seemingly web site for the City Section Open Division semifinals and finals in boys’ and women’ basketball on Feb. 18 and Feb. 25, pending approval of an insurance coverage requirement.
Roybal High, which has the most important health club within the Los Angeles Unified School District, declined to make its web site obtainable. The similar scenario with Roybal, whose health club was constructed greater with the intention of utilizing it to host district occasions, occurred final 12 months till intervention by LAUSD. The City Section additionally wished Roybal to host wrestling championships however that too was rejected by the college’s principal. This time the City Section determined to maneuver on.
In different information:
• The government committee voted to advocate approving women’ flag soccer as a brand new sport for this fall. The board of managers is anticipated to offer approval at its assembly, after which it is going to be as much as the CIF State Federated Council for ultimate approval Feb. 2.
• The Animo Jackie Robinson eight-man soccer staff is dealing with sanctions from a playoff incident final fall through which the college refused to inform officers the title of its coach.
• The City Section is contemplating modifications to the best way it seeds groups for soccer playoffs after what commissioner Vicky Lagos known as a “barrage of complaints from coaches and schools.” The City Section primarily has seeded groups based mostly on rankings from CalPreps.com. Any changes can be as much as the Games Committee, in session with a soccer advisory committee, to determine.
• The women’ water polo finals can be held Feb. 16 at Valley College.
• The soccer finals can be held at Valley College and Lake Balboa Birmingham High.
• The web site for the wrestling finals has but to be decided, with Venice and San Fernando into consideration.