CIF boys' & girls' regional basketball seedings

CIF announced the seeding for the this week's regional playoffs for both boys' and girls' basketball.

Posted: Mar 2, 2020 12:30 AM
Updated: Mar 2, 2020 11:52 PM

CHICO, Calif. -- This week's CIF Regional Playoff seedings and matchups were announced.

Northern Section Division Three winners Pleasant Valley gets to stay home for the opening round matchup. They host Central Catholic.
Foothill heads to Modesto as the 11th seed to face Palma High School.

Division four has University Prep going on the road to Stockton. Panthers take on eighth seed Brookside Christian.

Division five has Pierce with the top seed and will take on a familiar face in 16th seed Durham. These two teams played earlier this year, but Pierce won that match by 23.

12th seed Oroville heads to Eastside College Prep out of Palo Alto who own the 5th seed.
Back-to-back Section Winners Mt. Shasta were given the 13th seed. They'll head to Gilroy to face Christopher High School.

Wrapping up division five, Gridley hosts Argonaut while Los Molinos makes it in as the 15th seed to face Bradshaw Christian.

In the girls' bracket, Pleasant Valley earns the fifth seed and host El Dorado in a Varley Gym double-header.
Enterprise heads to Cloverdale as the 10th seed.

One team opted out of regionals, leaving the door open for Chico as the 15th seed. They'll go on the road to face Argonaut High School.
Division five has West Valley locked in with the number one seed. They'll get homecourt advantage through most of the tournament. They host Le Grand next.

University Prep hosts Golden Sierra

Colusa heads to Watsonville  which is just south of the Bay Area, to face Monte Vista Christian.

Gridley comes in as the sixth seed. Durham gets to make a short trip on the road to face the Bulldogs.

In Division six, Redding Christian is the two seed and stays home to take on Tomales High School.

Divisions four and five play Tuesday with Redding Christian being the only team in our area that starts their playoff run on Wednesday.

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