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Feb 24 2018
Final
55 Long Beach
67 at LA Trade-Tech
SoCal Regional Playoffs
Mar 03 2018
Final
76 Irvine Valley
71 at Mt. San Antonio
Southern California Regional Playoffs - Round 3
Mar 03 2018
Final
65 Cypress
69 at LA Trade-Tech
CCCAA Southern California Regional Final
Mar 03 2018
Final
67 El Camino
81 at Mt. San Jacinto
So. Cal Regional Final
Mar 08 2018
Final
81 LA Trade-Tech
88 vs. Fresno
@ Ventura College, Athletic Events Center State Quarterfinals Game
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Crossover Challenge Tournament Features 12 Of Top 15 South Region Women's Hoops Teams

El Camino College is the tourney hub for the first Crossover Challenge Tournament held Jan. 4 through Jan. 12 at various SoCal locations.
El Camino College is the tourney hub for the first Crossover Challenge Tournament held Jan. 4 through Jan. 12 at various SoCal locations.

The Crossover Challenge Tournament, hosted by El Camino College, features a 16-team field that includes 12 of the Southern California Region's Top 15 ranked women's basketball teams by the CCCWBCA. Eight teams from the South Coast Conference are part of the event that begins Friday, Jan. 4 and continues with various games on Saturday, Jan. 5, Wednesday, Jan. 9, Friday, Jan. 11 and concludes Saturday, Jan. 12.

The ambitious tourney, to be played all over the region, is split up into two, 8-team brackets with the White Bracket including #2 Los Angeles Trade Tech (SCC North), #4 Pasadena City (SCC North), #5 Palomar, #9 Ventura, #10 Glendale, #13 West Los Angeles, and unranked Cerritos (SCC South) and Grossmont.

The Blue Bracket consists of #3 East Los Angeles (SCC North), #6 Mt. San Antonio (SCC North), #7 and defending state champion Mt. San Jacinto, #8 El Camino (SCC South), #12 Rio Hondo (SCC North), #14 College of the Canyons, along with unranked Long Beach City (SCC South) and LA Valley. Each bracket will produce a separate champion.

From the region's Top 10 teams, only No. 1-rated Moorpark, a team that saw its 16-game win streak snapped by SCC power East Los Angeles last month, is not participating in the tourney. 

Of the first-round matchups, a Jan. 5 encounter between Mt. SAC and host Mt. San Jacinto figures to be the most hotly-contested game in the Blue Bracket while the Jan. 4 game between much-improved Glendale at always tough Pasadena could very well be the game to watch to open White Bracket play. As it stands, state No. 5-ranked LA Trade Tech is the pre-tourney favorite in the White Bracket while No. 6 East LA is the Blue Bracket favorite according to the coaches poll. Tourney participants Trade Tech and Palomar along with MSJC advanced to last year's state final 8 tournament.

The bracket is listed here: http://cccaasports.org/sports/wbkb/2018-19/files/2018-19_CROSSOVER_TOURNEY_BRACKET_-_2.pdf

Follow the CCCAA website at www.cccaasports.org/wbkb/composite for scores and updated schedules.