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San Pedro girls flag football receives top seed for L.A. City Section playoffs

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San Pedro girls flag football team won the L.A. City Classic Monday, defeating Eagle Rock at Narbonne High. (Courtesy of Jamaal Street)

The San Pedro girls flag football team will have an opportunity to add to the school’s trophy collection.

The Pirates, who posted a 21-3 overall record and went 12-0 to win the Marine League championship, are the top seed in the L.A. City Section inaugural Open Division Flag Football playoffs.

“I’m very proud of San Pedro to get the No. 1 seed,” Pirates coach Victor Tuberosi said.

San Pedro will begin Wednesday at home against No. 16 Los Angeles Leadership at 3 p.m. The Pirates would also be home in the quarterfinals (Nov. 8) and semifinals (Nov. 15). The finals will be played at Birmingham High Nov. 18.

The Pirates only lost one game (Eagle Rock, 28-6, Sept. 15) to a L.A. City Section team. They would eventually avenge that loss by defeating the Eagles Sept. 25 (14-8).

San Pedro concluded the regular season Oct. 25 with a 34-0 win over Mayfair.

“I told the girls that was a test to see what the playoffs would be like,” Tuberosi said. “I think we’ve improved a lot since the second Eagle Rock game. The girls have worked hard and they deserve this.”

The Pirates team is made up of soccer, basketball and softball players.

San Pedro has recorded 13 shutouts.

Narbonne is the No. 9 seed and will open Wednesday at No. 8 King Drew.  Westchester is the 13th seed and also be on the road, visiting No. 4 Eagle Rock.

Crenshaw, the Coliseum League champion, is the No. 2 seed and Marshall, the Northern League champion, is the No. 3 seed. Crenshaw’s (16-1) only loss came against Los Alamitos.

“I think having a playoff is a great thing for the sport,”  Tuberosi said. “The sport is blossoming. You always want to reward someone in the end (of the season) and this can build an entire program.”

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