Scorebook Live California’s week 11 LA City Section football rankings

The football playoffs begin this week in the LA City Section. You can find all five of the City Section playoff brackets here, from the Open Division to 8-man.

Below are Scorebook Live California’s final regular season football rankings.

1. San Pedro – 8-2 – Bye Week

San Pedro is the top seed in the Open Division following Narbonne’s postseason ban. They’ll host Carson on November 15th.

2. San Fernando – 9-0 – Bye Week

San Fernando is the two seed in the Open and will face Crenshaw following their undefeated regular season.

3. Palisades – 9-1 – Bye Week

Palisades fell to the number six spot in the CalPreps rankings even with Narbonne’s ban, so they’ll travel to Banning in ten days for the #6 vs. #3 game in the Open Division.

4. Banning – 6-4 – Bye Week

Narbonne’s forfeit against Banning on Friday pushed the Pilots to the number three seed in the Open. Their last-second win over Carson a few weeks ago was massive for seeding purposes.

5. Garfield – 8-2 – Bye Week

Following an East LA Classic win, Garfield is the five seed in the Open and will travel to play Birmingham.

6. Birmingham – 5-4 – Bye Week

Birmingham’s beatdown of Granada Hills propelled the Patriots to the four seed in the Open Division playoffs.

7. Crenshaw – 7-2 – Bye Week

Crenshaw dominated the Coliseum League, but an out of league loss to Garfield kept the Cougars on the lower end of the top eight. A trip to San Fernando awaits in the #7 vs. #2 game.

8. Reseda – 6-3 – vs. South Gate

The Regents are the two seed in Division 1 and host South Gate on Friday.

9. Eagle Rock – 7-3 – vs. Sylmar

Eagle Rock wrapped up a Northern League championship and the top seed in Division 1 last week. They’ll host Sylmar on Friday.

10. Canoga Park – 8-2 – vs. Fremont

With Narbonne out of the top ten, it’s Canoga Park who breaks into the rankings this week. They’re the two-seed in Division 2 and will host Fremont on Friday.

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