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Concord De La Salle always puts an annual bus trip to Southern California or Sacramento on the calendar to play in a CIF championship bowl competition.

That's what happens when you have won 28 consecutive North Coast Section football titles. The only change is that De La Salle (12-1) no longer pampers the opponents of Southern California after losing three consecutive bowl matches.

The Spartans are again the underdog on December 14 when confronted with Southern Section Division 1 champion Bellflower St. John Bosco (12-1) for the Open Division championship at Cerritos College.

De La Salle and St. John Bosco have met for the championship in 2013 and 2016. Each time the Braves triumphed. The games were intense, entertaining and full of great games.

State-scale combinations were announced on Sunday. While St. John Bosco and De La Salle have this week, the other section champions play regional bowl games on Friday and Saturday as they try to advance to state bowl games on December 13 and 14. The matchups are based on competitive equity.

Four teams from the City section – Lake Balboa Birmingham (Open Division champion), Reseda (Division I), Canoga Park (Division II) and Gardena (Division III) – will make their debut in the state's playoffs.

"It's a great opportunity and a great experience," said Reseda coach Alonso Arreola.

Birmingham organizes Oxnard Pacifica on Saturday in a division 2-A competition. Canoga Park is Friday in South Torrance in Division 6-AA. Reseda plays on Saturday in Yorba Linda in Anaheim Esperanza in 5-A. Gardena is Friday in San Diego Francis Parker in Division 7-AA. Games start at 7:30 PM Friday and 6:00 PM Saturday.

Chatsworth Sierra Canyon earned the second highest berth in the southern section and will be on Friday night at La Mesa Helix, the champion of the San Diego Section Open Division, in Division 1-AA. Corona del Mar plays Oceanside in Division 1-A in Newport Harbor on Saturday.

A champion chose not to participate in the bowl competitions – undefeated Crescenta Valley (14-0). The Southern Section Division 10 champion rejected an invitation for security reasons, said coach Hudson Gossard.

"It really boiled down to the health of the team and didn't feel that we could place a team in a way that was in the interest of the health of the players," he said.

Players were informed on Saturday of the decision after consultation with the school administration. Gossard also received input from players. Gossard said his entire offensive attack line has had to deal with injuries, and many of his players are going both ways.

"We just felt:" Hey, 14 matches for a high school season are a lot. "It's incriminating." We thought it wasn't in the interest of health for the team. "

St. John Bosco returned from a 23-point deficit in the first half to overwhelm undefeated Santa Ana Mater Dei 39-34 for 9,933 at Cerritos College on Saturday night to earn his bowling place.

Quarterback DJ Uiagalelei passed a 444-yard school record and five touchdowns to help the Braves avenge a 38-24 loss in Trinity League game to the Monarchs. Sophomore Nathan Burrell picked up two bags and intercepted a Bryce Young pass after tilting it out of his defensive final position.

St. John Bosco fans ran onto the field after Kris Hutson intercepted the final zone of the final game of the match. The Braves have reached the Division 1 final for seven consecutive years under coach Jason Negro and won three times.

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