Cerritos has clinched a tie for the SCC South title and can win the championship outright with a win in its finale against a very strong LA Harbor team on Feb. 21.
Long Beach can still tie for the SCC title by defeating LA Southwest on Wed, Feb. 19, and Harbor beating Cerritos on Feb. 21. LA Harbor could also grab a share of the title if it wins its final two games (El Camino on Feb. 19 and Cerritos).
East Los Angeles has clinched a tie for the SCC North title and can win it outright with a win over another hot team--Mt. San Antonio on Feb. 21 or with losses by PCC v. Trade Tech and Mt. SAC v. Compton on Feb. 19.
Pasadena and Mt. SAC each could catch ELAC. PCC would have to beat both LA Trade Tech (Wed) and Compton (Fri) and have Mt. SAC beat ELAC. Mt. SAC can also tie for the North title by beating Compton (Wed) and beating ELAC.