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Enterprise girls, West Valley boys, Redding Christian boys, girls all grab No. 1 seeds

The Enterprise girls carved through the Eastern Athletic League, going 10-0 in league play and 23-5 over all.

As expected, the Hornets grabbed the No. 1 seed in Division III when the playoff seeding committee met today in Chico. Enterprise has a first-round bye and will draw the winner of the game between No. 4 Red Bluff and No. 5 Shasta.

Jadyn Matthews and the Enterprise girls earned the Division III No. 1 seed Saturday. The Hornets have a first-round bye. (File photo by Mike Daly / Shasta County Sports)

The Enterprise girls carved through the Eastern Athletic League, going 10-0 in league play and 23-5 over all.

As expected, the Hornets grabbed the No. 1 seed in Division III when the playoff seeding committee met today in Chico. Enterprise has a first-round bye and will draw the winner of the game between No. 4 Red Bluff and No. 5 Shasta.

Foothill grabbed the No. 2 seed and hosts Las Plumas, while PV earned the three-seed and hosts No. 6 Chico.

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The other Shasta County schools to grab top seeds were the West Valley boys, which earned the D-IV top nod, and the Redding Christian boys and girls, who earned the top seeds and byes in Division VI.

Northern Section boys basketball playoff brackets: Click here

In Division III boys, Foothill earned the No. 2 seed and hosts Las Plumas on Friday in a boys-girls doubleheader.

Enterprise picked up the three-seed and hosts Red Bluff, the six-seed and Shasta, the No. 4 seed, hosts No. 5 Chico. All D-III games are Friday.

In Division IV boys, West Valley is No. 1 and earns a bye along with No. 2 Pierce, as well as No. 3 U-Prep and No. 4 Paradise, which dropped down from Division III to D-IV after the Camp Fire.

No. 5 Gridley hosts No. 12 Central Valley, while No. 7 Corning hosts No. 10 Anderson. Both games are Wednesday.

In Division VI boys, Redding Christian and American Christian Academy earned the top two seeds and byes along with No. 3-5 Los Molinos, Fall River and Weed.

RC takes on the Quincy-Loyalton winner, Fall River and Weed meet, while LoMo has the Chester-Mercy winner and ACA draws the Burney-Maxwell winner.

In D-IV girls, Willows and Lassen are 1-2 and earned byes along with No. 3 Gridley and No. 4 Oroville.

West Valley is No. 5 and hosts CV on Tuesday. The winner travels to Oroville on Thursday. U-Prep is the seven seed and hosts No. 10 Wheatland on Tuesday with the winner going to Lassen on Thursday.

In Division VI, No. 1 Redding Christian draws the winner of No. 8 Chester vs. No. 9 Tulelake, while No. 4 Fall River and No 5 Burney square off on Friday.

 

 

Aaron Williams has been involved in the North State sports scene for nearly two decades. He spent eight years as the Sports Editor for the local newspaper and another four more as the voice of high school football on the radio. In addition to coaching freshman football, Williams is also the public address announcer for the Shasta College football and basketball teams.

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