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Scorebook Live California’s week 11 LA City Section football rankings

Which LA City Section high school football teams made the cut this week?
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The football playoffs begin this week in the LA City Section. You can find all five of the City Section playoff brackets here, from the Open Division to 8-man.

Below are Scorebook Live California's final regular season football rankings.

1. San Pedro – 8-2 - Bye Week

San Pedro is the top seed in the Open Division following Narbonne's postseason ban. They'll host Carson on November 15th.

2. San Fernando - 9-0 - Bye Week

San Fernando is the two seed in the Open and will face Crenshaw following their undefeated regular season.

3. Palisades – 9-1 - Bye Week

Palisades fell to the number six spot in the CalPreps rankings even with Narbonne's ban, so they'll travel to Banning in ten days for the #6 vs. #3 game in the Open Division.

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4. Banning – 6-4 - Bye Week

Narbonne's forfeit against Banning on Friday pushed the Pilots to the number three seed in the Open. Their last-second win over Carson a few weeks ago was massive for seeding purposes.

5. Garfield – 8-2 - Bye Week

Following an East LA Classic win, Garfield is the five seed in the Open and will travel to play Birmingham.

6. Birmingham – 5-4 - Bye Week

Birmingham's beatdown of Granada Hills propelled the Patriots to the four seed in the Open Division playoffs.

7. Crenshaw – 7-2 - Bye Week

Crenshaw dominated the Coliseum League, but an out of league loss to Garfield kept the Cougars on the lower end of the top eight. A trip to San Fernando awaits in the #7 vs. #2 game.

8. Reseda – 6-3 – vs. South Gate

The Regents are the two seed in Division 1 and host South Gate on Friday.

9. Eagle Rock – 7-3 - vs. Sylmar

Eagle Rock wrapped up a Northern League championship and the top seed in Division 1 last week. They'll host Sylmar on Friday.

10. Canoga Park - 8-2 - vs. Fremont

With Narbonne out of the top ten, it's Canoga Park who breaks into the rankings this week. They're the two-seed in Division 2 and will host Fremont on Friday.