Moore League champion Jordan High School, the top-seeded boys team in Division I-AA with an 18-6 record, will play host to Don Lugo (9-15) Friday night at 7:30 in the first round of the Southern Section playoffs.
In other I-AA basketball games, Millikan (20-4) will be at home against Santa Monica (9-13), Schurr (10-9) will play at Glendale (13-11), Bell Gardens (15-8) will host Lakewood (14-12), Poly (20-6) will host El Monte (12-12), Paramount (10-11) will be at Alhambra (20-3) and Lynwood will be at Rowland (10-5).
Lynwood is 4-21 after having to forfeit 16 victories for using an ineligible player.
Here are the other games involving area teams:
Cerritos (17-8) at Huntington Beach (17-7).
Mission Viejo (6-20) at Gahr (22-4)
California (12-11) at Orange (13-8)
St. John Bosco (13-11) at Sunny Hills (17-7)
Loara (12-13) at Dominguez (15-8)
La Habra (7-18) at Artesia (20-2)
Righetti (8-14) at Norwalk (16-6)
Bishop Montgomery (8-13) at La Mirada (11-13)
Whittier (7-14) at Kennedy (16-8)
Santa Fe (4-15) at Western (20-3)
Sonora (5-19) at La Serna (16-7)
Bosco Tech (4-18) at Centennial (17-9)
Mayfair (9-13) at South Pasadena (18-6)
St. Paul (13-12) at Workman (12-8)
Beaumont (13-11) at Pius X (15-7)
Whittier Christian (14-11) at Salesian (12-10)
St. Anthony (13-12) at El Segundo (17-8)
Miraleste (13-10) at Valley Christian (18-5)
Leffingwell Christian (12-6) at Holy Martyrs (14-7)
In girls basketball, Lynwood, Lakewood, Millikan, Gahr, Glenn, Pius X, Whitney and Bell Gardens appear to be the best area teams going into the playoffs.
In Division I-AA games Saturday night, Lynwood (21-3) will play host to the winner of Wednesday night's Perris-Alhambra game, and Lakewood (23-1) will be at home against Wednesday night's winner between Santa Ana Valley and Santa Monica.
Bell Gardens (15-7) will be at Millikan (15-9).
In II-AA, Gahr (24-2) will be at home against the winner of Wednesday night's game between Ramona and Riverside Poly, and in II-A, Glenn (20-4) will host either Norte Vista or Garden Grove.