Here is a look at scores through Saturday night, Oct. 27. Compiled by Paul Muyskens with comments from editor Mark Tennis. The big score from Saturday was from San Francisco. Go to our Twitter page @CalHiSports for info on games we have attended. Go to our Facebook page for more updates.
1. DE LA SALLE (CONCORD) 9-0
Defeated San Ramon Valley (Danville) 34-9. Up next for DLS is 8-1 California of San Ramon.
2. NARBONNE (HARBOR CITY) 9-0
Defeated Washington (Los Angeles) 62-3. Still looking like only L.A. City team with a chance to beat the Gauchos is Crenshaw.
3. VISTA MURRIETA (MURRIETA) 9-0
Defeated Murrieta Mesa (Murrieta) 52-0. Bad news is that Broncos won’t now get strength of schedule points for next game against Chaparral since Chaparral lost on Friday and will drop from State Top 25 next week.
4. MISSION VIEJO 9-0
Defeated Trabuco Hills (Mission Viejo) 35-12. This win sets up 9-0 vs. 9-0 matchup against El Toro for South Coast League title. An MV win also likely gives team top seed in CIFSS Pac-Five playoffs.
5. ST. JOHN BOSCO (BELLFLOWER) 9-0*
Defeated Servite of Anaheim 39-13. Braves still have to beat Santa Margarita, otherwise could be three-way tie for first in Trinity League.
6. MATER DEI (SANTA ANA) 7-2
Defeated Orange Lutheran 32-21. Monarchs’ only two losses to Narbonne and St. John Bosco and Narbonne loss was by one point.
7. SANTA MARGARITA (RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA) 8-1
Defeated JSerra Catholic (San Juan Capistrano) 42-0. Since JSerra is team that went overtime with St. John Bosco, this impressive win could mean that Eagles are getting it together before game against St. John Bosco.
8. ST. BONAVENTURE (VENTURA) 8-1
Defeated Royal (Simi Valley) 56-7. Seraphs will now play Oaks Christian in first Marmonte League title game in format similar to college conferences in which two divisional champs will meet.
9. FRANKLIN (ELK GROVE) 9-0
Defeated Laguna Creek (Elk Grove) 66-8. No letdown for the Wildcats after their big win over Elk Grove in previous game.
10. CENTENNIAL (CORONA) 8-1
Defeated Roosevelt (Eastvale) 58-14. Huskies keep pace with Vista Murrieta in CIFSS Inland Division.
11. ALEMANY (MISSION HILLS) 7-2
Lost to Crespi (Encino) 29-27. First loss for the Warriors to Serra League opponent in three years.
12. EL TORO (LAKE FOREST) 9-0
Did not play. Chargers will play 9-0 Mission Viejo next. Could be their biggest regular season game since former coach Bob Johnson and son Bret (both now coaching at MV) led the way in memorable matchup with QB Todd Marinovich and team at Capistrano Valley in 1980s.
13. UPLAND 9-0
Defeated Alta Loma 49-7. If Highlanders win next week, they could be No. 2 seed in CIFSS Inland Division even though Centennial’s loss was to St. Bonaventure. Won’t matter, though, because the two would probably play in semifinals regardless.
14. FOLSOM 9-0
Defeated Ponderosa (Shingle Springs) 42-25. Bulldog defense may have to pick it up if team wants to go unbeaten and win CIFSJS D2 title.
15. TESORO (RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA) 6-3
Lost to San Clemente 29-21. Led 21-14 until final minute. This loss wasn’t to a higher ranked team and will cause the Titans to drop out of next week’s rankings.
16. CHAPARRAL (TEMECULA) 7-2
Lost to Murrieta Valley 41-31. Leading 31-21, the Pumas allowed 20 points in final six minutes.
17. OCEANSIDE 8-1
Defeated La Costa Canyon (Carlsbad) 56-0. Okay, we now no longer have to keep the Pirates ranked behind Chaparral team they lost to. LCC is not a team this year anybody expected would lose to Oceanside like that, either.
18. ELK GROVE 8-1
Defeated Monterey Trail 54-40. Robert Frazier rushed for 217 yards and five touchdowns. Wadus Parker 178 yards and two touchdowns according to John Hull from Elk Grove Citizen.
19. LOMPOC 9-0
Defeated Nipomo 58-13. League competition continues to tell us nothing about how good the Braves are this season.
20. EDISON (HUNTINGTON BEACH) 8-1
Defeated Fountain Valley 21-3. Chargers are looking like top seed for CIFSS Southwest Division, but unbeaten Tustin will have argument for that as well if both win next week.
21. BELLARMINE (SAN JOSE) 7-1
Defeated St. Ignatius of San Francisco 35-28 and now in driver’s seat for WCAL title and top seed in CIF Central Coast Section Open Division. Only loss is to No. 1 De La Salle.
22. CRENSHAW (LOS ANGELES) 8-1
Gained forfeit win over West Adams Prep (Los Angeles). Too bad for kids because it was going to be senior night and homecoming. West Adams Prep forfeited earlier this season to Mission Hills of San Marcos.
23. OAKS CHRISTIAN (WESTLAKE VILLAGE) 8-1
Defeated Moorpark 55-7. Wow, Moorpark was team that was 7-1. Best win for Oaks since early in the season.
24. CHAMINADE (WEST HILLS) 8-1
Defeated St. Francis (La Canada) 42-14. Not only are Eagles continuing to roll but so are some of the teams they played earlier in the season, like Valencia (see below).
25. HART (NEWHALL) 7-2
Lost to Valencia 31-20. Valencia had beaten Canyon of Canyon Country the week before so this win was not a big upset.
TEAMS ON THE BUBBLE
Bishop Amat (La Puente) 7-1-1
Defeated Loyola (Los Angeles) 30-20.
Buhach Colony (Atwater) 7-2
Defeated Turlock 61-27.
California (San Ramon) 8-1
Defeated Granada (Livermore) 56-35.
Charter Oak (Covina) 8-1
Defeated Claremont 35-0.
Citrus Hill (Perris) 9-0
Defeated Tahquitz (Hemet) 47-21.
Clovis North (Clovis) 8-1
Losto to Clovis 38-33.
Defeated Clovis North (Clovis) 38-33. Only loss to El Toro.
Crespi (Encino) 8-2
Defeated No. 11 Alemany (Mission Hills) 29-27.
Helix (La Mesa) 7-1
Defeated Grossmont (El Cajon) 45-14.
La Costa Canyon (Carlsbad) 7-2
Lost to Oceanside 56-0.
La Serna (Whittier) 8-1
Defeated Santa Fe (Santa Fe Springs) 31-3.
Luther Burbank (Sacramento) 9-0
Defeated McClatchy (Sacramento) 40-14.
Lutheran (Orange) 6-3
Lost to Mater Dei (Santa Ana) 32-21.
Marin Catholic (Kentfield) 8-1
Does not play.
Monte Vista (Danville) 6-3
Lost to Amador Valley (Pleasanton) 24-21.
Lost to Oaks Christian (Westlake Village) 55-7.
Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) 6-3
Did not play.
Oak Ridge (El Dorado Hills) 8-1
Defeated Pleasant Grove (Elk Grove) 38-19.
Palos Verdes (PV Estates) 6-3
Defeated Redondo Union (Redondo Beach) 21-7.
Placer (Auburn) 9-0
Defeated Colfax 24-7.
Rancho Cotate (Rohnert Park) 9-0
Defeated Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa) 21-14. Newman was 8-0.
Rancho Cucamonga 7-2
Defeated Los Osos (Rancho Cucamonga) 24-10.
Serra (Gardena) 7-2
Defeated St. Paul (Santa Fe Springs) 53-6.
Serra (San Mateo) 7-1
Defeated Valley Christian (San Jose) 38-35.
Serrano (Phelan) 9-0
Defeated Hesperia 63-14.
Servite (Anaheim) 3-6
Lost to St. John Bosco (Bellflower) 39-13.
St. Ignatius (San Francisco) 6-2
Lost on Saturday 35-28 to No. 21 Bellarmine (San Jose).
St. Mary’s (Stockton) 7-2
Defeated Stagg (Stockton) 43-34. Stagg was 8-0.
Defeated Western (Anaheim) 82-7.
Westlake (Westlake Village) 6-3
Did not play.
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Let me get this straight…
Edison beat San Clemente…
San Clemente beat Tesoro…
Tesoro has 3 losses (in addition to losing to a team that Edison beat)…
Edison has 1 loss…
And Tesoro is still ranked ahead of Edison?
These polls are gonna be adjusted for accuracy in a few days correct?
They will be changed on Monday.
Tesoro’s two previous losses were to Mission Viejo and El Toro (ranked higher) and still had win over Chaparral (which has win over Oceanside). All of that of course is now different for next week.
Edison is in a terrible division (Sunset), they lost to the only quality team they played, and the path to their section title is unworthy and the team they will face is not a State Bowl quality team. Chaminade has to beat Serra, and Oceanside has to beat Helix. Serra and Helix have speed and skill that makes their sections an earned championship versus an easy path.
Chaminade has as much speed as Serra. Ask any of the Mission league coaches.
“That’s a good football team,” Bonds said. “Chaminade is every bit as athletic as [third-ranked Gardena] Serra and they’re well-coached. We had our hands full.”
Chaminade’s speed ate up the Golden Knights on both sides of the ball in the first half. Chaminade’s no-huddle offense scored on drives of seven plays, five plays and four plays twice before halftime and the Eagles kept relentless pressure on Lebowitz with five sacks and an interception while holding the Knights’ tailbacks to 74 rushing yards on the night, led by Daniel Kawamura’s 65 in 22 carries.
“They’re not huddling on offense and trying to get us gassed on defense and throwing swings to the right and swings to the left so they get your D-line tired by having to run side to side,” Bonds said. “And blocking [defensive ends Michael Ashley] and [Cory Harris], who look like tailbacks coming off the edge, was tough for us. In the second half, we kept the tight end in and our running back helped the other tackle and it seemed to be a little more effective, but they were still able to get pressure on us.