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Football: Which new league is stronger?

The Catholic Athletic Association created new football leagues beginning in 2014, and there seems to be a difference in opinion as to which one is stronger among two leagues likely to be placed in the Pac-5 Division.

One league will be made up of Alemany, Crespi, Chaminade, St. Bonaventure and Oaks Christian.

Another league will have Gardena Serra, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, Loyola, Bishop Amat and Damien.

Alemany shared the Serra League title with Notre Dame last season, Chaminade won the Mission, St. Bonaventure won the Marmonte.

Serra won the Western Division championship.

So which one is stronger? Let's hear from the fans. Vote in our poll below.

Of course, the leagues could all be discarded if the lawyers for St. Bonaventure, Damien and Oaks Christian win their legal maneuvering.

  -- Eric Sondheimer

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