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Pacific View League should be wide-open race

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Rio Mesa High School football players do wind sprints as they wind down practice Tuesday. The Spartans hope to compete for the Pacific View League championship this season. © Rob Varela/VC Star
Last season three of the Pacific View League’s six football teams — Rio Mesa, Oxnard and Channel Islands — all ended the season with 3-2 records.

The season-ending gridlock was resolved with a coin flip with Channel Islands getting the league’s second and final playoff berth, leaving Oxnard and Rio Mesa on the outside looking in.

Such parity has become the norm in the Pacific View League and with the 2012 season set to begin on Friday, it appears things will be as tight as ever, with all six teams believing they have a legitimate shot at postseason.

One bright spot is the league receives three automatic playoff berths this season.

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