Woodbridge and Laguna Beach high schools, rivals in the Pacific Coast League, earned the top two seedings in the Southern Section 2-A team tennis pairings, which were announced Tuesday.
Wild-card matches begin on Friday, with first-round play starting on Tuesday.
Led by singles player Randy Ivey, Woodbridge edged Laguna Beach and earned the league's top berth to the playoffs and is top-seeded. The Warriors (15-4) plays host to the winner of the Claremont-Cypress wild-card game.
For the Record
Los Angeles Times Thursday May 11, 1989 Orange County Edition Sports Part 3 Page 15 Column 1 Sports Desk 1 inches; 27 words Type of Material: Correction
Woodbridge and Laguna Beach high schools are the Nos. 1 and 2 seeded teams, respectively, in the Southern Section 3-A team tennis pairings. It was incorrectly reported in Wednesday's editions.
Laguna Beach, led by Jon Leach who was the Southern Section singles champion last year, is 17-3, second-seeded and plays host to Esperanza.
Sunny Hills (18-1) earned the No. 3 seeding and plays host to the winner of the Warren-Laguna Hills wild-card match.
In the 4-A division, Corona del Mar was seeded third and Newport Harbor, its Sea View League rival, was seeded fourth. Santa Barbara is No. 1.
Corona del Mar (16-4) plays the winner of the Bishop Amat-Nogales wild-card match in the first round. Newport Harbor (13-7) plays host to Marina (14-5).
In the 2-A division, Valencia (15-4) earned the No. 4 seeding and plays host to Bonita (12-8). Carpinteria Cate is seeded first.