It’s high school football postseason now and Calaveras begins with a home game while Sonora has a bye week.
Calaveras plays Western Sierra Collegiate Friday night seeded sixth in CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division VI.
Calaveras, 4-1 in Mother Lode League play and 7-3 overall, earned a share of the MLL title. Western Sierra Collegiate Academy finished 4-6 overall and 3-2 in Sacramento Metropolitan Athletic League play, good enough for a second-place tie in their league and 11th seed in Division VI.
Asked how Calaveras coaches feel about starting at home in the first round while their league co-champs Sonora and Amador both got first-round byes, Calaveras head coach Doug Clark said this week, “We feel great. We really were not hoping for a bye because we did not want to sit a week, so getting the sixth seed is fine with us.”
Calaveras hosts Western Sierra Collegiate Academy Wolves with kickoff scheduled at 7 p.m. Friday at Frank Meyer Field in San Andreas.
Last Friday night’s Mother Lode League football results confirmed Calaveras, Sonora and Amador each earned a share of the Mother Lode League title. Here are the matchups for Sonora and Amador next week:
+ In Division VI, Sonora is seeded fifth, they get a week off, and they start their playoffs journey in the second round. They are scheduled to play Golden Sierra High School at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15 in Garden Valley in El Dorado County, about 90 miles north of Sonora.
+ In Division V, Amador is seeded fourth, they get a week off, and they host their first playoff game at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15 in Sutter Creek against the winner of first-round playoff opponents Rosemont of Sacramento, seeded sixth, and Livingston High School, seeded 11th.