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CIF Los Angeles City Section

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CIF Los Angeles City Section
CIF LA City Section.png
AbbreviationCIF-LA
Formation1935
TypeNPO
Legal statusAssociation
PurposeAthletic/Educational
Headquarters8401 Arleta Avenue
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Region served
Los Angeles
Official language
English
Commissioner
John Aguirre
Parent organization
California Interscholastic Federation
Websitehttp://www.cif-la.org/

The CIF Los Angeles City Section (CIF-LA) is the governing body of high school athletics for public schools in the city of Los Angeles and some surrounding communities. All of these schools were once associated with the Los Angeles Unified School District. It is one of ten sections that constitute the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).

History

Official governance for high school sports in this area began in 1913, when the Southern California Interscholastic Athletic Council (SCIAC) was formed. Previous to that, some individual leagues dated back to the 1890s. The High School Athletic Association of Southern California was formed in 1904 to create a championship in the sport of track and field, precipitating the need for administering all sports. In 1914, the name was changed to the Southern Section also releasing the acronym SCIAC which was taken locally by the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference the following year. In 1917, the CIF took over administering sports statewide and the Southern Section became a part of it. The Southern Section was a behemoth, the largest section covering the most populated southern half of the state. In 1935, the Los Angeles Unified School District split from the section, forming their own Los Angeles City Section. Private schools within the city limits remained in the Southern Section. Since the advent of charter schools in the Los Angeles area, several high schools are no longer under the direct governance of LAUSD, but remain with the historical leagues and the Los Angeles City Section.[1]

Sports

CIF-Los Angeles City Section sponsors the following sports:

Fall Season

  • High School Football
  • Cross Country (co-ed)
  • Volleyball (Girls)
  • Tennis (Girls)
  • Water Polo (Boys)
  • Golf (Girls)
  • Field Hockey

Winter Season

  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Water Polo (Girls)
  • Wrestling

Spring Season

  • Baseball
  • Golf (boys)
  • Softball
  • Swimming & Diving (Co-ed)
  • Tennis (Boys)
  • Track & Field (Co-ed)
  • Volleyball (Boys)

Football leagues

The following is the 2018-2022 league alignment for football.[2]

Coastal Region

Coliseum

Exposition

Marine

Metro

Western

Eastern Region

Central

Eastern

Northern

Valley Region

East Valley

Valley Mission

West Valley

References

  1. ^ http://www.sportsontheside.net/history/
  2. ^ "2018 – 2022 OFFICIAL League Realignment Cycle" (PDF). CIF Los Angeles City Section. 2019. Retrieved January 17, 2019.

External links

This page was last edited on 5 April 2019, at 23:54
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