Narbonne vs. Long Beach Poly highlight LA City Section Schedule – Week 1

CIF LA City Section

Here’s this week’s LA City Section football games schedule from CalPreps.com.

Highlighting this weekend is a match-up between defending Division I champ Narbonne against Long Beach Poly.  Narbonne, playing its season-opener, is ranked #7 in the latest High School Football America/SoCal Top 25.  Poly, which had last week off, after opening with a win over Centennial (Arizona) two weeks ago, is ranked #6.

Our partner USA TODAY High School Sports is reporting that top recruit Malik Henry may play his first game at quarterback for Poly.
Thursday, September 3rd

NON-LEAGUE
Grant (Van Nuys, CA) at Bell (CA), 7:00pm
Franklin (Los Angeles, CA) at Belmont (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm
Van Nuys (CA) at Chavez (San Fernando, CA), 7:00pm
Kennedy (Granada Hills, CA) at Cleveland (Reseda, CA), 7:00pm
Hawkins (Los Angeles, CA) at Eagle Rock (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm
El Camino Real (Woodland Hills, CA) vs. Los Angeles (CA) at Crespi (Encino, CA), 7:00pm
Carson (CA) at Fairfax (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm
Canoga Park (CA) at Granada Hills (CA), 7:00pm
Marshall (Los Angeles, CA) at Hamilton (Los Angeles, CA), 3:00pm
Hollywood (Los Angeles, CA) vs. View Park (Los Angeles, CA) at Rancho Cienega Park (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm
Lincoln (Los Angeles, CA) at Huntington Park (CA), 7:00pm
Rivera (Los Angeles, CA) at Legacy (South Gate, CA), 7:00pm
Torres (Los Angeles, CA) at Monroe (North Hills, CA), 7:00pm
Contreras (Los Angeles, CA) at North Hollywood (CA), 7:00pm
Sylmar (CA) at Palisades (Pacific Palisades, CA), 7:00pm
Manual Arts (Los Angeles, CA) at Panorama (Panorama City, CA), 7:00pm
Bernstein (Hollywood, CA) at Poly (Sun Valley, CA), 7:00pm
Locke (Los Angeles, CA) at Rancho Dominguez (Long Beach, CA), 7:00pm
Fremont (Los Angeles, CA) at Roybal (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm
Taft (Woodland Hills, CA) at San Fernando (CA), 7:00pm
Roosevelt (Los Angeles, CA) at San Pedro (CA), 7:00pm
Arleta (CA) at South Gate (CA), 7:00pm
Washington (Los Angeles, CA) at Dymally (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm
Santee (Los Angeles, CA) at Wilson (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm

INTERSECTIONAL
Viewpoint (Calabasas, CA) at Chatsworth (CA), 7:00pm
Firebaugh (Lynwood, CA) vs. New Designs Watts (Los Angeles, CA) at Lynwood (CA), 7:00pm
Sotomayor (Los Angeles, CA) at Hoover (Glendale, CA), 7:00pm
Poly (Long Beach, CA) at Narbonne (Harbor City, CA), 7:00pm
Venice (Los Angeles, CA) at Upland (CA), 7:00pm
Crescenta Valley (La Crescenta, CA) at Verdugo Hills (Tujunga, CA), 7:00pm

6/8/9 MAN INTERSECTIONAL
Sherman Oaks CES (Reseda, CA) at Mojave (CA), 7:00pm

Friday, September 4th

NON-LEAGUE
Garfield (Los Angeles, CA) at Banning (Wilmington, CA), 7:00pm
South East (South Gate, CA) at Crenshaw (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm
Angelou (Los Angeles, CA) at Marquez (Huntington Park, CA), 7:00pm

INTERSECTIONAL
Animo South Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA) vs. Southlands Christian (Walnut, CA) at Locke (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm
Dorsey (Los Angeles, CA) vs. Paraclete (Lancaster, CA) at Rancho Cienega Park (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm
Jefferson (Los Angeles, CA) at Harvard-Westlake (Studio City, CA), 7:00pm
Birmingham (Van Nuys, CA) at Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks, CA), 7:00pm
Reseda (CA) at Pacifica (Oxnard, CA), 7:00pm
Morningside (Inglewood, CA) at University (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm
West Adams (Los Angeles, CA) at Los Altos (Hacienda Heights, CA), 7:00pm
Bishop Montgomery (Torrance, CA) at Westchester (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm

6/8/9 MAN INTERSECTIONAL
Animo Leadership (Inglewood, CA) at Bright Star (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm
Discovery (Pacoima, CA) at Avalon (CA), 5:00pm
Laguna Blanca (Santa Barbara, CA) at Animo Robinson (Los Angeles, CA), 7:00pm
Maricopa (CA) at East Valley (North Hollywood, CA), 5:30pm

Saturday, September 5th

INTERSECTIONAL
Verbum Dei (Los Angeles, CA) vs. Gardena (CA) at Los Angeles Southwest College (Los Angeles, CA), 1:00pm

6/8/9 MAN INTERSECTIONAL
Fulton (Van Nuys, CA) at Cate (Carpinteria, CA), 2:00pm

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