The Clovis West High girls volleyball team is back in the Southern California regional playoffs with a chance to build on what they learned last season.
Clovis West (31-10), which won the Central Section championship with an upset over Buchanan, was awarded the No. 4 seed in Division I and will host No. 5 Torrey Pines (25-9) on Tuesday.
Buchanan, despite going 21-1 against Central Section opponents, did not receive an at-large bid in the field of eight.
Clovis West lost in the regional semifinals to Santa Margarita in four sets last year, two matches shy of the state final.
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Should Clovis West win, the Golden Eagles could face top-seed Dos Pueblos of Santa Barbara (30-2) in the second round.
In Division II, Frontier (30-9) earned the No. 4 seed and will host No. 5 Scripps Ranch (20-13).
In Division III, No. 3 Tehachapi (28-4) will host No. 6 Cerritos (22-3).
In Division IV, Central Valley Christian (29-3) earned the No. 4 seed and will host No. 5 Laguna Blanca (13-2) on Tuesday. The Cavaliers are coming off their Central Section championship victory over Chowchilla.
And in Division V, two Central Section teams earned berths in the eight-team regional. No. 2 Mission Prep (26-6) will host No. 7 Pacifica Christian (17-7), while No. 4 Fresno Christian (25-10) will host No. 5 Fairmont Prep (16-8).
All matches will be played at 7 p.m. Tuesday.