What happened in the 11th & final week of San Diego Section high school football regular season? Here’s everything you need to know

The 11th & final week of the San Diego Section high school football regular season took place this weekend. Here’s everything you need to know.

The San Diego Section playoff football brackets were released on Saturday. You can view them here.

No. 1 Cathedral Catholic didn’t play in week 11 after Lincoln canceled their matchup. The Dons were awarded a forfeit win by CIF and will enter the Open Division playoffs as the two-seed.

No. 2 Carlsbad finished up their season with a non-league win over Vista, 48-6. They’ll host Torrey Pines as the top-seed in the Open Division playoffs.

No. 3 Mater Dei Catholic had their game against Olympian canceled due to COVID-19 protocol. They’ll have another week off as the two-seed in the D3 playoffs.

No. 4 Mission Hills capped off the regular season with a 41-7 win over rival San Marcos. The Grizzlies are the three-seed in the Open Division.

No. 5 Madison beat No. 10 Mira Mesa 40-13. The Warhawks are the two-seed in D1, while the Marauders are the one-seed in D2.

No. 6 Lincoln canceled their season finale against No. 1 Cathedral Catholic. They’ll have a bye as the three-seed in D1.

No. 7 Torrey Pines beat rival La Costa Canyon, 29-13. The Falcons grabbed the fourth-seed in the Open Division while the Mavericks are the four-seed in D1.

No. 8 Helix had 556 total yards in a 49-35 win over Granite Hills to clinch an unbeaten Grossmont-Hills League title. They are the one-seed in the D1 playoffs.

No. 9 Santa Fe Christian had their season finale against Tri-City Christian cancelled due to COVID-19 protocol. They are the three-seed in D3 and have a bye.

Eastlake beat Otay Ranch, 21-3. The Titans had six sacks and three interceptions in the win.

Mt. Carmel beat Westview, 42-7, clinching the Palomar League title.

St. Augustine beat La Jolla, 22-21. Running back Isaiah Pressley rushed for 283 yards and two touchdowns.

Ramona wrapped up an undefeated Valley League title, beating Valley Center, 26-14.

Poway beat rival Rancho Bernardo, 28-14.

Steele Canyon got their work done in the first half, beating Grossmont, 23-10.

University City blitzed Coronado, 60-14. Samuel Cooper IV rushed for over 200 yards and four touchdowns.

Scripps Ranch bounced back, beating Canyon Hills, 58-12.

West Hills beat El Capitan, 27-21, to wrap up an undefeated regular season. They are the five-seed in D3.

El Camino handled rival Oceanside 39-6 to finish the regular season.

Fallbrook took care of business against Rancho Buena Vista, winning 34-7.

Kearny beat Clairemont, 37-14.

San Pasqual beat Escondido, 42-28.

Point Loma beat Christian, 35-9. The Pointers rushed 55 times and didn’t complete a pass in the win.

Bishop’s beat Orange Glen, 35-7, to complete an 8-2 regular season.

Montgomery shutout Chula Vista, 20-0.

Sweetwater ran for 404 yards in their 53-14 win over Castle Park.

Bonita Vista beat Hilltop, 31-14.

Del Norte beat Mt. Miguel, 24-8.

Mission Bay beat Hoover, 34-6.

San Diego beat Morse, 31-8.

La Jolla Country Day rushed for 337 yards, beating Francis Parker, 42-7.

Santana ended the regular season with a 36-12 win over El Cajon Valley.

Valhalla took down Monte Vista, 35-21.

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