Hunters, Regents Kick Off Valley Mission League Action

San Fernando High has won the last three Valley Mission League titles. Expected to stand in the way of a fourth consecutive championship are Canoga Park High and Reseda High.

But first, the Hunters and Regents will play each other on Friday, Sept. 20.

Canoga Park (4-0) has surprised some with its unbeaten start, the latest victory coming against Verdugo Hills High last week. The Hunters have averaged 45.5 points a game in their four wins, three of which have come at home.

Reseda (2-2), which was beaten by Palisades High of Pacific Palisades last week, has faced an arguably tougher nonleague schedule. The Regents’ only league loss last year was to San Fernando, and they would love to be the team that dethrones the Tigers. But they must go through the Hunters first.

The kickoff is scheduled at 7 p.m., at Reseda High School.

Other games involving Valley area teams include:

 

Friday, Sept. 20

East Valley League

Chavez at Verdugo Hills

Grant at Arleta, 3:30 p.m.

North Hollywood at Monroe

 

Valley Mission League

Canoga Park at Reseda

Kennedy at Panorama

Van Nuys at Sylmar 

 

Nonleague

Alemany at Downey

Birmingham at Notre Dame

Chaminade at Oxnard

El Camino Real at Crespi

Golden Valley at Chatsworth

Hamilton at Poly

Harvard-Westlake at Salesian

Hawkins at Taft

Hueneme at Granada Hills

Sierra Canyon at St. Paul

The Webb Schools at Campbell Hall, 6 p.m.

Village Christian vs. Crean Lutheran, Portola High School, Irvine, CA

West Ranch vs, St. Genevieve, Los Angeles Valley College

 

All games begin at 7 p.m. unless otherwise listed.

 

Mike Terry@fridaynitemike

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