Basketball: NCS playoff matchups released, CCS matchups coming soon

The University student section cheers on the Red Devils in their 68-59 victory over Stuart Hall in the Bay Counties West championship game on Saturday at City College of San Francisco. The Red Devils received a 2-seed in the CIF-North Coast Section Division 5 playoffs. (Photo by AJ Canaria)

The CIF-North Coast Section playoff matchups were released on Sunday morning, with 11 San Francisco Schools receiving bids in Divisions 4, 5 and 6.

CIF-Central Coast Section matchups will be released later today and we’ll have an update as soon as they’re posted.

The CIF-San Francisco Section playoffs also start this week, with first-round games on Friday.

Here are all of the first-round matchups in the NCS, which are all on Wednesday. The Waldorf boys are not listed, because as the second-seed in the Division 6 tournament, they have a first round bye and will play in the second round on Saturday.

The Urban girls have to travel the most, by far, with a 330 mile trip north to Hoopa Valley High School. The only matchup of San Francisco teams the Bay and University girls, who play at Kezar Pavilion at 6:30 p.m.

San Francisco schools are in italics.

NCS Boys Divison 4
(11) Lick-Wilmerding [16-10] @ (6) Cloverdale [26-2] 8 p.m.

NCS Girls Division 4
(14) Lick-Wilmerding [13-8] @ (3) Justin-Siena (Napa) [24-3], 7:30 p.m.

NCS Boys Division 5
(16) Leadership [12-12] vs. (1) St. Joseph Notre Dame (Alameda) [22-7], 5 p.m. @ Kezar Pavilion

(5) Stuart Hall [20-6] @ (12) Emery (Emeryville) [19-6], 8 p.m.

(2) University [23-6] vs. (15) Fremont Christian [18-10], 8 p.m. @ Kezar Pavilion

(14) Urban [13-14] @ (3) Branson (Ross) [18-6], 8 p.m.

NCS Girls Division 5 First Round
(15) Sonoma Academy [16-8] @ (2) Convent of the Sacred Heart [24-3], 7:30 p.m.

(7) University [17-11] vs. (10) Bay [19-9], 6:30 @ Kezar Pavilion

(11) Urban [13-13] @ (6) Hoopa Valley (Hoopa) [17-9], 7:30 p.m.

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  1. Miguel Melendez says:

    Great photo!!

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