The CIF Southern Section released the playoff brackets for the 2015 playoffs over the weekend and the results were not kind to the three Foothill league squads that qualified.
After a 7-3 overall season that saw two of their three losses come in the final two weeks of the the Foothill league season, the third place Hart Indians, who are without stating quarterback Nick Moore due to a torn ACL injury, drew the toughest matchup in the bracket, forced to take on the number one ranked team in the West Valley Division, 10-0 South Coast League Champion Mission Viejo.
After a 4-1 league finish which saw them earn second place in the Foothill league, Saugus has a difficult draw in the number eight team in the West Valley Division in Upland, a game that will be played at Upland High School.
The Foothill leagues number one team in Valencia didn’t fair much better, being pegged to match up against the number five ranked team in the West Valley Division, 8-2 San Juan Hills, a team who’s two losses came in league to Mission Viejo and Tesoro. The plus side for the Vikings is they will host the matchup at Paul Preisz Stadium at 7p.m. on Friday, November 13.
Santa Clarita Christian was the only other team to make the playoffs in 11-man football, finishing second in the San Joaquin League. They will travel to Edwards Air Force Base to take on Desert High School on Friday.
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