Rio Hondo League champion Monrovia earned the No. 10 seed in Division II-AA, and the league was rewarded by sending five teams to the playoffs. The Wildcats will host Redlands, the Citrus Belt’s No. 3 entry on Saturday while second-place La Ca ada plays host to Hacienda Heights Wilson, the Marmonte League’s second-place entry. “They’re \ in the same league with \ A.B. Miller, so it’s going to be tough,” Wildcats coach Mike Wagner said. “Winning the Rio Hondo’s not easy, but teams from our league still have a lot to prove.” South Pasadena travels to Inglewood while San Marino plays at No. 2 Diamond Ranch, the Miramonte League champion. Temple City goes to Claremont in a wild-card game on Thursday. Almont League champion Keppel earned the No. 5 seed in Division II-A and hosts Morro Bay, third-place team from the Los Padres League, Saturday. Alhambra finished third in the Almont and will travel to face Empire League champion Valencia in the first round. The Prep League sent four teams to the Division IV-A playoffs. Flintridge Prep, seeded No. 2, has a first-round bye and will face the winner of Thursday’s game between Duarte and Banning in the second round on Saturday. The Muir High girls basketball teams hopes playing teams such as Long Beach Poly, Bishop Amat, Marlborough and Bishop Montgomery will pay dividends during its pursuit of a CIF-SS Division I-A title. The Pacific League champion Mustangs were awarded the No. 3 seed in Sunday’s pairings and will face Golden Valley in Saturday’s first-round game. Golden Valley is an at-large team from the powerful Foothill League, which boasts top-ranked Hart. In other first-round games, Westridge will be at home against Apple Valley, Pasadena Poly will be at Laguna Blanca and Rio Hondo Prep will be at Hesperia Christian. [email protected] (626) 962-8811, Ext. 4485 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!