Week 3 State Top 25 Scoreboard

Fans in the student section at St. Mary's of Stockton had fun all night even though their team didn't have much success in loss to De La Salle of Concord. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Fans in the student section at St. Mary’s of Stockton had fun all night even though their team didn’t have much success in loss to De La Salle of Concord. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Poly goes down, now Poly will go back up after knocking off defending CIF SoCal Open Division champion Corona Centennial. No. 1 De La Salle beats St. Mary’s of Stockton, but now what about game vs. Anaheim Servite coming up? The next rankings updates will be out on Monday morning.

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Here is a look at scores through Saturday night, Sept. 14. The new Cal-Hi Sports Bay Area Top 25 will be posted on Sunday night. The new Cal-Hi Sports State Top 25 will be posted in list form only on Monday morning. The new Cal-Hi Sports State Top 25 with breakdowns, analysis and more will be for Gold Club members and generally posting on Monday nights. To find out more about becoming a member of the Gold Club, CLICK HERE.

1. (1) De La Salle (Concord) 3-0
Defeated St. Mary’s (Stockton) 40-13. RECAP HERE.

2. (2) Centennial (Corona) 2-1
Lost to No. 18 Long Beach Poly (Long Beach) 35-28. It was a matchup of two CIFSS champions from last year and in this one the Centennial offense was held down, probably wishing it saved some of those yards from the week before.

3. (3) St. John Bosco (Bellflower) 3-0
Defeated Chandler (Chandler, Ariz.) 52-31 Saturday at Mission Viejo Classic. With Centennial losing and Serra going to overtime, the Braves will be an easy choice to move up to No. 2 in the next rankings.

4. (4) Serra (Gardena) 3-0
Defeated Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) 20-13 (2 OTs). This is one of those efforts in which ND will get rewarded and thoughts will be made about moving up Folsom in front of the Cavaliers. RECAP HERE.

5. (5) Folsom 3-0
Defeated Roseville 56-23 as Jake Browning throws seven touchdown passes for second time this season. He already has 16 in three games.

6. (7) Vista Murrieta (Murrieta) 2-0
Defeated Yucaipa 52-13. The Broncos might drop in the next rankings, though, due to Servite and Long Beach Poly having to come up.

7. (9) Mater Dei (Santa Ana) 3-0
Defeated Carson 33-0. The Monarchs are one of five Trinity League teams that won on Friday with St. John Bosco coming up on Saturday.

8. (11) Mission Viejo 3-0
Defeated FAB 50 No. 45 Don Bosco Prep (N.J.) 25-22 in overtime on Saturday at Mission Viejo Classic. This avenges a loss from two years ago to the Ironmen in Jersey.

9. (13) St. Bonaventure (Ventura) 2-1
Defeated Redlands East Valley (Redlands) 35-14. According to Twitter reports, QB Ricky Town was on the sidelines and holding crutches.

10. (8) Oceanside 2-1
Defeated Chaparral (Temecula) 35-17. This was a good win for the Pirates since Chaparral beat them last season.

11. (12) Bellarmine (San Jose) 2-0
Defeated San Leandro 31-21. The Bells beat their second straight East Bay opponent.

12. (15) Alemany (Mission Hills) 3-0
Defeated Narbonne (Harbor City) 42-14. It’s not the same Narbonne team as last year, but still a solid win for the Warriors.

13. (16) Oaks Christian (Westlake Village) 3-0
Defeated Venice 49-39. Get out the abacus, calculators and every other stat-keeping device for next week when the Lions will play No. 23 Chaminade.

14. Palo Alto 1-0
Defeated San Benito (Holliser) 28-7. QB Keller Chryst with a pair of TD passes.

15. Elk Grove 4-0
Defeated Del Campo (Fair Oaks) 38-13 on Saturday. Last year in this game the Thundering Herd won by just 20-16.

16. Bishop Amat (La Puente) 2-1
Lost to Rancho Cucamonga 32-29. The Cougars are now 3-0 and are emerging as a possible third team out of the Inland Empire after Centennial and Vista Murrieta.

17. Servite (Anaheim) 2-1
Defeated La Mirada 38-14. With Poly beating Centennial, the Friars can only go way up. Their loss in the opener was to Bishop Gorman of Las Vegas.

18. (6) Long Beach Poly (Long Beach) 2-1
Defeated No. 2 Centennial (Corona) 35-28. The Jackrabbits were No. 6 before they lost to Servite and will have to stay behind Servite in the next rankings due to the head-to-head loss. They won at Mission Viejo, the same field where Poly knocked off Mission Viejo last year in the first round of the CIFSS Pac-5 playoffs.

19. (NR) Serra (San Mateo) 0-1
Did not play. If the DLS sideline folks are an indication, Bellarmine, Palo Alto and the rest of the CCS might need to watch out for the Padres, especially when they get their full lineup healthy.

20. (20) Pleasant Grove (Elk Grove) 3-0
Defeated Nevada Union (Grass Valley) 62-7. Kind of sad what has happened this year to NU, but at least the Miners scored and kept alive their state record of scoring in consecutive games.

21. (23) Bakersfield 2-1
Defeated Garces (Bakersfield) 56-7. The Drillers looked good and have lost only to Oaks Christian and by one point.

22. (NR) Hart (Newhall) 2-0
Did not play. The Indians’ league strength took a hit, though, with Valencia losing badly on Thursday.

23. (12) Chaminade (West Hills) 2-1
Defeated Valencia 56-34 on Thursday night as Brad Kaaya passed for 434 yards and four touchdowns.

24. (10) Granite Bay 1-1
Defeated Freedom (Oakley) 47-20.

25. (22) Edison (Huntington Beach) 2-0
Did not play.

Teams on the Bubble

Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa) 2-1
Lost to El Cerrito 35-7 on Saturday. RECAP HERE.

Cathedral Catholic (San Diego) 2-1
Lost to Helix (La Mesa) 21-16.

Crenshaw (Los Angeles) 1-1
Defeated Loyola (Los Angeles) 23-17.

Del Oro (Loomis) 1-1
Did not play. Meets No. 1 De La Salle next Friday in Concord.

Edison (Fresno) 3-0
Defeated Merced 45-0. Merced was 2-0, too. The Tigers may be for real as a state power this season.

El Cerrito 2-1
Defeated Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa) 35-7 on Saturday. RECAP HERE.

Grant (Sacramento) 3-0
Defeated Luther Burbank (Sacramento) 28-14. This avenged two losses from last season by the Pacers to the Titans.

Helix (La Mesa) 2-1
Defeated Cathedral Catholic (San Diego) 21-16.

La Habra 3-0
Defeated St. Paul (Santa Fe Springs) 41-7.

Luther Burbank (Sacramento) 1-2
Lost to Grant (Sacramento) 28-14.

Madison (San Diego) 3-0
Defeated Mount Miguel (Spring Valley) 20-7 in game ended early due to brawl.

Marin Catholic (Kentfield) 3-0
Defeated Heritage (Brentwood) 42-6 on Saturday.

Mission Hills (San Marcos) 3-0
Defeated Bonita Vista (Chula Vista) 48-7.

Narbonne (Harbor City) 2-0
Lost to No. 12 Alemany (Mission Hills) 42-14.

Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) 2-1
Lost to No. 4 Serra (Gardena) 20-13 (2OT). RECAP HERE.

Oak Ridge (El Dorado Hills) 3-0
Defeated Franklin (Elk Grove) 21-13.

Rancho Cucamonga 3-0
Defeated No. 16 Bishop Amat (La Puente) 32-29.

Santa Margarita (Rancho SM) 1-2
Defeated Dorsey (Los Angeles) 24-6.

St. Mary’s (Stockton) 2-1
Lost to No. 1 De La Salle (Concord) 40-13. RECAP HERE.

Trabuco Hills (Mission Viejo) 3-0
Defeated Fountain Valley 24-17.

Venice (Los Angeles) 1-2
Lost to No. 13 Oaks Christian (Westlake Village) 49-39.

Paul Muyskens is the Stockton office assistant editor for CalHiSports.com. He and Mark Tennis, the co-founder and publisher of CalHiSports.com, can be reached at markjtennis@gmail.com. Don’t forget to follow them on Twitter: @CalHiSports

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  1. Posted September 16, 2013 at 11:43 am | Permalink

    Here’s TinyTim’s California Top 35 for after Week 2, 2013

    1. (1) St. John Bosco(Bellflower) 3-0
    2. (2) Vista Murrieta(Murrieta) 2-0
    3. (4) De La Salle(Concord) 3-0
    4. (6) Mater Dei(Santa Ana) 3-0
    5. (7) Mission Viejo 3-0
    6. (3) Serra(Gardena) 3-0
    7. (19) Alemany(Mission Hills) 3-0
    8. (9) Folsom 3-0
    9. (16) Long Beach Poly 2-1
    10. (10) Notre Dame(Sherman Oaks) 2-1
    11. (11) Oaks Christian(Westlake Village) 3-0
    12. (12) Oceanside 2-1
    13. (14) Servite(Anaheim) 2-1
    14. (5) Centennial(Corona) 2-1
    15. (13) St. Bonaventure(Ventura) 2-1
    16. (15) Bakersfield 2-1
    17. (NR) Rancho Cucamonga 3-0
    18. (27) Edison(Fresno) 3-0
    19. (18) Elk Grove 3-0
    20. (20) Serra(San Mateo) 0-1
    21. (22) Hart(Newhall) 2-0
    22. (23) Canyon(Canyon Country) 2-0
    23. (24) Edison(Newport Beach) 2-0
    24. (25) Chaminade(West Hills) 2-1
    25. (26) Mission Hills(San Marcos) 3-0
    26. (8) Bishop Amat(La Puente) 2-1
    27. (29) Orange Lutheran 3-0
    28. (17) Santa Margarita (Rancho Santa Margarita) 1-2
    29. (NR) San Pasqual(Escondido) 3-0
    30. (34) Pleasant Grove(Elk Grove) 3-0
    31. (NR) Helix(La Mesa) 2-1
    32. (32) Granite Bay 1-1
    33. (NR) Oak Ridge(El Dorado Hills) 3-0
    34. (35) Foothill(Pleasanton) 3-0
    35. (NR) Marin Catholic(Kentfield) 3-0

    Drops from Week 1:
    (21) Cathedral Catholic(San Diego) 2-1
    (30) Narbonne(Harbor City) 2-1
    (31) San Ramon(Danville) 1-1
    (33) Bellarmine(San Jose) 2-0

    Teams of Note(TON): Amador(Pleasanton) 3-0; Archbishop Mitty(San Jose) 2-0; Bellarmine(San Jose) 2-0; Bullard(Fresno) 3-0; Carlsbad 3-0; Cathedral(LA) 3-0; Cathedral Catholic(San Diego) 2-1; Chino Hills 2-1; Citrus Hill(Perris) 3-0; Clovis North(Fresno) 2-1; Crenshaw(LA) 2-1; Del Oro(Loomis) 1-1; Dominguez(Compton) 2-1; Eastlake(Chula Vista) 2-1; Eisenhower(Rialto) 3-0; El Cerrito 2-1; Grant Union(Sacramento) 3-0; Heritage(Romoland) 3-0; JSerra(San Juan Capistrano)2-0; La Habra 3-0; Los Osos(Rancho Cucamonga) 2-1; Madison(San Diego) 3-0; Murrieta Valley(Murrieta) 3-0; Narbonne(Harbor City) 2-1; Norco 1-1; Norwalk 3-0; Palo Alto 1-0; Pitman(Turlock) 3-0; Pittsburg 2-1; St. Marys(Stockton) 2-1; Tesoro(Rancho Santa Margarita) 2-1; Trabuco Hills (Mission Viejo) 3-0; Turlock 3-0; Vacaville 2-0; Valencia 1-1; Westlake 2-1

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