City bragging rights are at stake, but more importantly, the Coliseum League title is up for grabs when Crenshaw takes on Dorsey in a battle of L.A. powers. Dorsey is paced by a Joseph Gray and Matthew Lyons, on offense and defense respectively, while Crenshaw is led by DeAnthony Thomas, Joseph Pullard and Marcus Martin.
Norco vs. Corona
Corona tries to keep their playoffs hope alive, and it will be up to a defense led by three-star DeVante Wilson and 2012 tackle Drew James (Jordon James brother) to stop Stanford-bound Kelsey Young and an offensive line led by UCLA recruit Brent Walker. Norco also has some studs on defense, led by 2012 linebacker Scott Starr.
Crespi vs. Notre Dame
Crespi features a pair of UCLA offer owners in 2012 offensive lineman Jordan Simmons and senior receiver Devin Lucien while a down Notre Dame team, will try and rally for a late season playoff spot from the Serra League.
Serra vs. Cathedral
The Cavs try to win their 25th straight and keep their state championship hopes alive, when they face Cathedral, a longtime rival. Serra is led by Marqise Lee, Jason Gibson and George Farmer, while the Phantoms are led by 2013 quarterback Hayden Rettig.
El Dorado Hills Oak Ridge at Stockton Lincoln
The CIF-SacJoaquin Section playoffs get under way tonight, and Lincoln, led by UCLA commit Brandin Cooks and 2012 prospect Charles Howard, host Oak Ridge in the first round of the playoffs.
Chandler vs. Mesa Desert Ridge
UCLA's committed quarterback, Brett Hundley, leads the Wolves into the state playoffs where they will face Desert Ridge, who's led by Arizona commit Sam Papa on defense.
Other UCLA Commits in Action
Rancho Bernardo and Aaron Wallace take on Poway. Arvada West and Marc Mustoe play Rangeview. Plano East and center Jacob Brendel have completed their season. Modesto Christian and tight end Raymond Nelson have completed their season.
Thursday Night Action
Vista and UCLA recruit Stefan McClure beat Fallbrook, 37-3. Fontana Summit and Devon Blackmon beat Riverside Norte Vista, 30-0. Los Alamitos and UCLA commit Ben Wysocki beat Huntington Beach Edison, 26-21.