AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.The problem is not the air quality in Torrance, but the fact that Palomar, which is located in San Marcos, could not practice and did not want to go ahead with the game. “Palomar wasn’t able to practice during the week, and I understand that,” Featherstone said. “Other teams practiced in gymnasiums – you don’t really go that hard in practice this time of year anyway – I’m not mad. We just really wanted to play them.” The Palomar campus has been closed all week because of wildfires and poor air conditions. Featherstone said he’s upset the California Community College Athletic Association’s Commission on Athletics has not come up with a solution to get the game rescheduled. “We were in limbo all week, waiting to find out what was happening,” Featherstone said. “The COA has been dragging its heels.” The El Camino-Palomar game was a crucial Mission Conference American Division tilt between a pair of 6-1 teams, but it appears as though it could be canceled all together. From staff reports El Camino College’s football game against Palomar on Saturday has been postponed due to the Southern California wildfires, El Camino coach John Featherstone said Thursday. While many prep football games in other regions have been postponed or canceled, there appears to be only one South Bay cancellation – Saturday’s Animo at Midway Baptist game. While Animo’s cancellation was expected because of the location and conditions in the San Diego area, the El Camino postponement came as a surprise to Featherstone. “We may wind up playing nine regular-season games instead of 10,” Featherstone said. “We’re already game-planning for Orange Coast next week.” Animo athletic director Sergio Medrano said there won’t be a makeup game for Animo-Midway Baptist. Kristin Coleman of Peninsula shot a 2-under-par 71 to win the Bay League individual title at Harding Golf Course. Her sister, Jenny Coleman, took second with a 72. Teammate Katia Joo finished third with a 77. Mira Costa’s Lori Harper and Megan Inouye tied for fourth with 79s. Mira Costa’s Lauren Heavrin (83) beat Natalie Steiner (Peninsula) in a playoff to earn sixth place and the final Bay League spot in the CIF Southern Section individual tournament. In the Ocean League finals … Jenny Shin and Demi Runas each shot 1-under-par 72 at Harding Golf Course as Torrance captured all six qualifying spots for the CIF Southern Section individual tournament. Jennel Alexander (81) took third, Rochelle Chan (82) took fourth and Emily Hong (83) took fifth. Chaewon Park shot 85 and beat Hanah Merenstein (Beverly Hills) in a playoff to earn the final spot. – Dave Thorpe Girls golf Girls tennis Kathryn Webb lost one point, sweeping her sets as Palos Verdes beat host Redondo, 16-2, to clinch the outright title in the Bay League. Morgan Thomas and Tiffany Jue also swept in singles for Palos Verdes (15-3, 6-0). Alex Scotten and Charli Newell swept their doubles sets at love, improving to 20-0 in the Bay League. In the Marine League … San Pedro 4, Narbonne 3: Kasey Tate won her singles set for visiting San Pedro, 8-1. Ronnie Bun won her singles set at love for San Pedro (6-4, 6-4). Banning def. Washington, forfeit: Coach Dan Castillo said the Pilots earned the win because Washington did not show up. This helps Banning finish the season 9-2 overall and continues an upward procession that began in 2003 when the Pilots went 3-10 in Castillo’s first year.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!