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The Wildcats (28-2) left the relatively easy American League this season to become a free-lance team, but Wilkes and the Knights (21-11) did the opposite. The Knights, a free-lance team last season, joined the rugged L.A. City Section Coliseum League that features sectional heavyweights Dorsey, Crenshaw and Fremont. Renaissance Academy travels to Crenshaw to take on host View Park tonight at 7. Renaissance picked up its first-ever state playoff win on Thursday against Reedley Immanuel, but it can be argued the Knights have been facing state opponents all season. In beating Palm Springs Desert Chapel 94-63 on Thursday, the City Section Small School champions defeated their third state playoff team in eight attempts. Renaissance, by comparison, has a 3-1 record against four state playoff opponents. The Knights’ rigorous nonleague and league schedules may be paying off, however, as View Park has yet to be challenged in the postseason. It has beaten teams by an average of 40 points. Renaissance Academy boys basketball coach Sid Cooke has made strides over the past few years to improve the quality of opponents on the Wildcats schedule. But perhaps no one has done as much to challenge his team during the same period than Los Angeles View Park Prep coach James Wilkes. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!