GAME OF THE WEEK

Birmingham Community Charter High (2-0) is showing signs it wants to be a serious contender in the City Section Open Division. The Warriors knocked off Harvard-Westlake in their season opener, and last week blasted Pasadena La Salle.

 

Another view of how good the Patriots are or could be may come into focus on Friday, Sept. 7, from their road game against St. Paul High.

 

The Swordsmen (3-0) routed Venice and Lompoc in their first two games, then had a close encounter against Los Altos last week, needing two overtimes to win. 

 

The kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul High School in Santa Fe Springs.

Other games involving Valley area teams:

 

Nonleague

 

Thursday, Sept. 6

Harvard-Westlake at Burroughs

Notre Dame at Paraclete

 

Friday, Sept. 7

Alemany at Oaks Christian

Chatsworth at Canoga Park

Contreras at Chavez

Dorsey at San Fernando

El Camino Real at Agoura

Folsom at Chaminade

Golden Valley at Crespi

Granada Hills at Kennedy

Grant at Sylmar

Hamilton at Cleveland

Heritage Christian at Verdugo Hills

Huntington Park at Reseda

Los Angeles Marshall at Arleta

Maranatha at Campbell Hall, 6 p.m.

North Hollywood at Manual Arts, 2:30 p.m.

Roybal at Panorama

San Bernardino vs. St. Genevieve, LA Valley College

Sierra Canyon at Valencia

Simi Valley at Taft

Van Nuys at Lincoln

View Park at Monroe

Village Christian vs. Pasadena Marshall, Occidental College

 

All games start at 7 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.

Mike Terry@fridaynitemike

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