NEW Sac-Joaquin Sec Top 20

Once again, since the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section is the one for our home base in Stockton, we’ll put together a weekly Top 20 for that section this season. Watch the FOX40 Final Quarter on Fridays at 11 p.m. for all the highlights and to see our latest SJS Top 5 List.

(After results of Saturday, Sept. 9)
(Previous rank in parentheses)

Tracy running back Mason Sarsfield has displayed great athleticism at camps and combines. Photo: Mark Tennis.


1. (2) Folsom 3-0

2. (3) Oak Ridge (El Dorado Hills) 3-0

3. (4) Granite Bay 3-0

4. (5) Manteca 3-0

5. (12) Central Catholic (Modesto) 2-0

6. (1) St. Mary’s (Stockton) 2-1

7. (7) Del Oro (Loomis) 2-1

8. (6) Oakdale 2-1

9. (8) Inderkum (Sacramento) 3-0

10. (9) Rocklin 3-0

11. (10) Sacramento 3-0

12. (11) Jesuit (Carmichael) 1-2

13. (13) Vacaville 2-1

14. (14) Grant (Sacramento) 2-1

15. (15) Franklin (Elk Grove) 2-0

16. (17) Antelope 3-0

17. (18) Elk Grove 1-2

18. (NR) Tracy 2-1

19. (19) Del Campo (Fair Oaks) 2-0

20. (NR) Monterey Trail (Elk Grove) 2-0

Dropped Out: Previous No. 16 Capital Christian (Sacramento); No. 20 Whitney (Rocklin).

Teams That Have Losses: St. Mary’s (lost 20-7 to Central Catholic); Oakdale (49-28 to Folsom); Vacaville (lost 24-23 to Oak Ridge); Del Oro (lost 30-13 to Timpview of Utah); Grant (lost 24-0 to Rocklin); Jesuit (31-21 to Granite Bay & 55-9 to Folsom); Elk Grove (31-18 to Inderkum & 28-14 to San Mateo Serra); Tracy (27-7 to San Ramon Valley).

Big Games This Week (involving both teams from the section): Folsom vs. Sacramento at Hughes Stadium; Granite Bay at Vacaville; Monterey Trail at Del Oro; Grant at Franklin.

Note of the Week: Oakdale’s last loss at the Corral before falling to Folsom last Friday was in October of 2013 to Manteca 35-20 in a game that Cal-Hi Sports attended. It also was the 100th career win for Manteca head coach Eric Reis, who had not won there before. The two teams have byes this week and then the following week it will be Manteca going to the Corral. Will Oakdale lose two in a row at home? The odds aren’t good for the Buffs if you look at it that way, but you never know.


If you enjoyed this article, find out how you can get exclusive content, one-of-a-kind California high school sports content from the Cal-Hi Sports Gold Club.

6 Comments

  1. Dani
    Posted September 11, 2017 at 8:45 pm | Permalink

    The Folsom Oakdale score was 45-29. NOT 28. Every point counts. Oakdale played pretty well against Folsom and were actually the more physical team. I was actually surprised how easily Oakdale was able to move the ball and score on Folsom. Only losing by 16 pts to Folsom shows Oakdale can play with the best of them. How likely is it that Oakdale will be moved up to D2 for playoffs?

  2. Seymour
    Posted September 11, 2017 at 8:51 pm | Permalink

    How do you have Manteca over Del Oro, Saint Mary, and Grant?

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted September 12, 2017 at 2:05 pm | Permalink

      Manteca beat Valley Christian of SJ, which was highly ranked in Bay Area. Grant lost 24-0 to Rocklin. That’s easy.
      This should work itself out when Manteca plays Oakdale in two weeks and St. Mary’s gets creamed by Mater Dei.

    • Greg Anderson
      Posted September 12, 2017 at 9:06 pm | Permalink

      They all have a loss duh ! Saint Mary to Central in two weeks the buffs will beat the Raiders ! Del Oro really good if they deserve to be higher they will move up with wins ! Grant not great this year yet! I’m from Oakdale so hope Manteca is overated but fear they are not ! # weeks at the corral will tell !

  3. James Schultz
    Posted September 13, 2017 at 7:15 pm | Permalink

    Went to Oakdale to watch the Oakdale and Folsom game missing my Sonora Wildcats. Was not disappointed. Very impressed with Folsom and my thoughts on Oakdale from game one was enforced. Best Oakdale team I have seen in some years. Even after a loss I feel that way.

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted September 16, 2017 at 11:26 am | Permalink

      I think the Oakdale team that lost to Serra-Gardena was a lot better than last year. And I remember one that won a section title at UOP that was really good. If you think they’re better this year than any of those two, then must be pretty special.

Post a Comment

Your email is never published nor shared. Required fields are marked *

*
*

  • Latest News

  • Featured Articles

  • Cal-Hi Sports Insider

  • Cal-Hi Sports On Twitter