NEW CIF 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 in football for that section this season. Watch the FOX40 Final Quarter this week on Thursday at 11 p.m. for all the playoff highlights and to see our latest SJS Top 5 List.

Isaiah Crocker is not only a big-time college prospect for 10-0 Inderkum, but he’s also one of the top kick returners in Northern California. Photo: James K. Leash/SportStars.


(After results of Saturday, Nov. 4)
(Previous rank in parentheses)

1. (1) Folsom 10-0

2. (2) Oak Ridge (El Dorado Hills) 9-1

3. (3) Oakdale 9-1

4. (4) Central Catholic (Modesto) 8-1

5. (5) St. Mary’s (Stockton) 8-2

6. (6) Granite Bay 8-2

7. (7) Sacramento 8-1*

8. (8) Inderkum (Sacramento) 10-0

9. (9) Jesuit (Carmichael) 8-2

10. (11) Vacaville 6-3

11. (10) Manteca 8-2

12. (13) Del Campo (Fair Oaks) 10-0

13. (12) Sheldon (Sacramento) 8-2

14. (14) Rocklin 6-4

15. (15) Del Oro (Loomis) 5-5

16. (16) Tracy 7-3

17. (17) Turlock 8-2

18. (18) Christian Brothers (Sacramento) 8-2

19. (19) Antelope 9-1

20. (20) Gregori (Modesto) 10-0

Dropped Out: None.

Teams That Have Losses (On The Field): St. Mary’s (lost 20-7 to Central Catholic & 52-14 to Santa Ana Mater Dei); Oak Ridge (42-28 to Folsom); Oakdale (45-29 to Folsom); Central Catholic (27-21 to Oakdale); Granite Bay (35-14 to Folsom & 14-7 in OT to Oak Ridge); Sacramento (28-19 to Folsom); Vacaville (lost 24-23 to Oak Ridge & 21-20 to Granite Bay & 35-13 to Pittsburg); Del Oro (lost 30-13 to Timpview of Utah & 28-21 to Granite Bay & 51-10 to Folsom & 22-12 to Rocklin & 32-14 to Oak Ridge); Rocklin (lost 42-14 to Clovis West & 27-10 to Oak Ridge & 46-3 to Folsom & 27-14 to Granite Bay); Jesuit (31-21 to Granite Bay & 55-9 to Folsom); Tracy (27-7 to San Ramon Valley & 24-21 to Liberty of Brentwood & 42-14 to St. Mary’s); Sheldon (28-21 to Reno & 37-29 to Jesuit); Turlock (34-16 to Freedom of Oakley & 29-22 to Tracy); Christian Brothers (36-35 to Manteca & 43-14 to Jesuit); Antelope (33-10 to Del Campo).

Small Schools Top Teams: 1. Sonora 8-2; 2. Calaveras (San Andreas) 9-1; 3. Capital Christian (Sacramento) 7-3; 4. Orestimba (Newman) 10-0; 5. Bradshaw Christian (Sacramento) 7-3; 6. Summerville (Tuolomne) 8-2; 7. Colfax 7-3.
Note: These are schools projected to be Division 5, D6 or D7 in the section playoffs. For D4 teams, Placer of Auburn (9-1) is the top seeded team in the section playoffs. Manteca ended up not dropping down from D3 to D4 and is seeded second behind Oakdale in D3.

Big Games This Week (involving both Top 20 teams from the section):
Turlock at Tracy.

Note of the Week: Vacaville may only be a No. 5 seed in the SJS D1 section playoffs, but the Bulldogs were getting their season log looked at by a lot of folks from CIF North Coast Section schools last Friday night. This is because a team Vacaville beat 52-42 in its first game, Liberty of Brentwood, posted a 37-35 upset win over Freedom of Oakley. People wanted to know if Liberty could be considered for the CIF North Coast Section Open Division. The answer was yes because losing to Vacaville this year isn’t bad. In addition to beating Liberty, the Bulldogs only lost by one point to both Granite Bay and Oak Ridge and while the other loss was 35-13 that one was to Pittsburg, which is the No. 2 NCS Open Division team behind Concord De La Salle. Liberty (8-2) didn’t get that NCS Open berth, but did get the top seed for the NCS Division I playoffs.


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