A listing of this week's high school, college and pro sporting events postponed or canceled because of the wildfires in Southern California, with makeup dates where available.
• The San Diego Chargers, still in Arizona after
wildfires ravaged San Diego County, will play the Texans in San
Diego on Sunday, as scheduled. The game's date and time had been in doubt because Qualcomm Stadium was
used as a major evacuation center during the fires that swept the area.
• Brigham Young University's football game vs. San Diego State (Dec. 1)
• Sunset League's weekend football games (Monday).
• South Coast League's Friday night games (Monday).
• Orange League's Thursday night football games (Tuesday).
• Rim of the World Unified School District -- all events canceled until further notice.
• San Andreas League (Colton High and five San Bernardino high schools) -- all football games canceled.
• Citrus Belt League -- Rialto Carter vs. Redlands East Valley moved from the University of Redlands to La Quinta High.
• Southwestern League games were still on for Friday, but plans could change.
• Wednesday's water polo and tennis matches in the Southwestern League were postponed. Volleyball matches were
• The Ivy and Sunkist leagues are working on contingency plans for football, but for now all games are a go for Friday.
• The Moreno Valley Canyon Springs-Corona Santiago game was moved to Santiago. It had been scheduled for Moreno Valley High.
• Games involving Big Bear, Perris Citrus Hill and the Desert Valley League have not been changed.
• San Diego Section canceled all athletic events for the week, which includes 43 varsity football games scheduled Friday and Saturday.
• Parochial Trinity League -- all football games canceled and unlikely to be rescheduled.
• The Empire League -- all football games canceled, no makeup announced.
• Golden West League -- Orange vs. Santa Ana postponed to 7 p.m. Monday; Ocean View vs. Santa Ana Saddleback moved to 7 p.m. Monday.
Sources: MaxPreps.com, The Los Angeles Times, the (Riverside) Press-Enterprise and The Associated Press.