Week 11 State Top 25 Scoreboard

Long Beach Poly's Jeremy Calhoun (left) scored the game-winning 10-yard touchdown run and defensive back Colin Samuel blocked two kicks and batted down a couple of passes in the Jackrabbits' 34-33 CIFSS Pac-5 Division first-round playoff victory over Servite of Anaheim. Photo: Ronnie Flores.

Long Beach Poly’s Jeremy Calhoun (left) scored the game-winning 10-yard TD run and DB Colin Samuel blocked two extra points and batted down a couple of passes in the Jackrabbits’ 34-33 CIFSS Pac-5 Division playoff victory over Servite of Anaheim. Photo: Ronnie Flores.

No. 3 Folsom wins Saturday with QB Jake Browning throwing nine TD passes. On Friday, former CIF state champions Centennial of Corona (No. 6) and Serra of Gardena (No. 14) go back and forth in 68-64 win by the Huskies. The biggest upset victim also is from Inland Empire area as No. 17 Chino Hills falls to Great Oak of Temecula.

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Here is a look at scores through Saturday, Nov. 15. Check back later this weekend for CCS pairings breakdown. For the complete new rankings with writeups on every team and longer list of bubble teams, that post on Monday night will be for Gold Club members only. Please sign up to get your Gold Club pass today. For info, CLICK HERE.

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1. ST. JOHN BOSCO (BELLFLOWER) 10-1
Winning the Trinity League title does have its just rewards, such as getting a Moore League team not named Long Beach Poly in the opening round of the CIFSS Pac-5 playoffs. Friday’s night’s 50-0 win over Cabrillo (Long Beach) was pretty much as expected.
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2. DE LA SALLE (CONCORD) 10-0
Did not play. Head coach Justin Alumbaugh’s team had a first-round bye in the CIF North Coast Section Division I playoffs. Up next will be San Ramon Valley of Danville, which beat James Logan of Union City 34-16 in a Friday matchup.

3. FOLSOM 11-0
The Bulldogs blasted 4-7 Stagg (Stockton) 70-14 on Saturday night in first round of CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division I playoffs. They were ahead 42-0 after the first quarter so the margin could have been much worse. QB Jake Browning passed for a season-high nine TDs in the win.

4. JSERRA (SJ CAPISTRANO) 10-1
All of the hoopla for Corona Santiago QB Blake Barnett last summer was deserved and he probably will go on to do a lot at Alabama, but his last high school outing against the Lions was a mess. They picked him off twice in the first half and sacked him four times and had no trouble routing the Sharks 55-16. JSerra plays Bishop Amat in next week’s quarterfinals.

5. MATER DEI (SANTA ANA) 9-2
The third of the Trinity League’s big three also impressed with a 28-7 win over No. 11 Westlake (Westlake Village). It was 21-0 at halftime and the Monarchs’ defensive line, led by leading all-state candidate Malik McMorris, was especially nasty. Mater Dei and No. 6 Centennial will play next. Too bad these two are playing in the quarterfinals but the CIFSS Pac-5 bracket isn’t a true seed because Mater Dei, JSerra and Bosco are all from the same league.
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6. CENTENNIAL (CORONA) 9-2
There were 15 lead changes as the Huskies outlasted No. 14 Serra of Gardena 68-64 in a matchup of teams that have won CIF state titles in their recent past. According to @AntonioCMorales, Javon McKinley of Centennial had 13 catches for 242 yards and four TDs and also ran back a kickoff 80 yards for a score. Centennial will try to avenge one of its losses next week against No. 5 Mater Dei. Its only other loss was by one-point to Bishop Gorman of Las Vegas.

7. OCEANSIDE 10-0
Did not play. The Pirates, like the other seven teams in the CIF San Diego Section Open Division, had the week off due to it being an eight-team bracket. They play 5-5 Carlsbad next Friday.

8. LONG BEACH POLY (LONG BEACH) 10-1
A late touchdown pushed the Jackrabbits past No. 21 Servite of Anaheim 34-33. For details, CLICK HERE.

9. GRANT (SACRAMENTO) 11-0
It was 21-7 at half but Patterson scored in the third quarter and gave the Pacers enough of a scare that Joe Davidson of the Sacramento Bee tweeted that a Patterson win “would be the greatest upset in Sac-Joaquin Section football playoffs EVER.” The Pacers, though, restored order pretty quickly and went on for a 42-23 win. Grant plays next in the D2 section quarterfinals.

10. CRESPI (ENCINO) 9-1
T.J. Brumfield rushed for three scores as Crespi’s veer offense ground up another foe, this time No. 12 Santa Margarita in a 45-13 CIFSS Pac-5 playoff game. The Celts will take on bigger prey next week in the quarterfinals with a matchup against Long Beach Poly.

11. WESTLAKE (WESTLAKE VILLAGE) 8-3
In retrospect, maybe it wasn’t a good idea this week for big-time Westlake junior QB Malik Henry to do a college commitment announcement. Henry and the Warriors saw their season come to an end in a 28-7 loss to No. 5 Mater Dei. The game was at Westlake but wasn’t close to the previous meeting when Mater Dei won by blocking a last-second field goal attempt.

12. (13) SANTA MARGARITA (RANCHO SM) 6-5
Despite scoring on the first play on an 80-yard bomb from K.J. Costello to Kyle Sweet, the Eagles ended up being steamrolled by Crespi of Encino 45-13 in the CIFSS Pac-5 Division playoffs. Despite the loss, it was a strong first season for new head coach Rick Curtis, who will welcome back a banner crop of seniors next season.

13. BISHOP AMAT (LA PUENTE) 8-3
According to @SGVNSports, the Lancers posted their first playoff win since 2009 with a 47-18 win over Lakewood. And now that Santa Margarita is out, we also no longer have to keep Bishop Amat lower in the rankings than the level the team has been playing at in recent weeks. Santa Margarita’s head-to-head win in Week 1 was holding back the Lancers. No. 4 JSerra is next.

Khalil Tate had more than 500 yards of offense in crazy loss. Photo: Student Sports.

Khalil Tate had more than 500 yards of offense in crazy loss. Photo: Student Sports.

14. SERRA (GARDENA) 8-3
Multiple twitter updates had Cavaliers’ QB Khalil Tate with more than 400 yards passing and five TDs with another 120 yards rushing and three scores in their 68-64 loss to Centennial.

15. MILPITAS 10-0
Scorestream’s new banner depicting playoff wins is cool to look at but Milpitas did not beat Santa Clara of Oxnard 56-0 on Friday in a California playoff game. The Trojans beat Santa Clara High 56-0 in their final regular season outing. Milpitas will be a high seed on Sunday when the CIF Central Coast Section Open Division pairings are announced.

16. UPLAND 9-2
Turnovers and penalties hurt the Highlanders in the first half as they were tied with San Juan Hills of San Juan Capistrano 7-7 before they pulled away in the second half for a 42-7 victory in the CIFSS West Valley Division. Nathan Tilford earned a spot in the state record book with a 99-yard touchdown run after the defense came up with a stop on 4th and goal at the one-yard line.

17. CHINO HILLS 8-3
The Huskies’ season came to an end in a 55-37 loss to Great Oak of Temecula in the CIFSS West Valley Division playoffs. Great Oak (9-2) won its first playoff game in program history. Chino Hills trailed at one point 35-7 before making it a one score game with 23 straight points but couldn’t complete the comeback.

18. CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC (SAN DIEGO) 9-1
Did not play. The Dons – and the rest of the teams in the CIF San Diego Section Open Division – do not start the postseason until next week. They play 6-4 Torrey Pines of San Diego.

19. ALEMANY (MISSION HILLS) 7-3
Season over. The Warriors were not among the three teams that tied for the Mission League title (Crespi, Bishop Amat, Serra) and did not get an at-large bid into the CIFSS Pac-5 playoffs.

20. MISSION VIEJO 9-2
Rome Innocenzi rushed for two touchdowns in about a minute to get the scoring going as the Diablos would never look back on their way to a 42-6 win over Temecula Valley of Temecula in the CIFSS West Valley Division.

21. SERVITE (ANAHEIM) 4-7
Travis Waller did all he could but the Friars lost to No. 8 Long Beach Poly 34-33 in the CIFSS Pac-5 Division playoffs. For details, CLICK HERE.

22. SERRA (SAN MATEO) 7-3
In the biggest game in the Bay Area this weekend, the Padres fell behind 14-0 early to Bellarmine of San Jose on Saturday but came back for a 28-14 triumph. Serra earned a co-title in the West Catholic Athletic League but gets the No. 1 slot for the league as it relates to the CCS Open Division due to owning a head-to-head win over Valley Christian, the other co-champ.

23. ST. FRANCIS (LA CANADA) 11-0
While the Golden Knights have to be thrilled they remained undefeated with a 49-14 win over Mayfair of Lakewood it isn’t a happy night as a tweet from @AramTolegian reported that quarterback Jeremiah Martin injured his collarbone and may miss the rest of the season.

24. CLAYTON VALLEY (CONCORD) 11-0
Nate Keisel was 6 for 7 for 139 yards and three touchdowns in the first half as the Ugly Eagles led 42-0 at halftime on the way to the 61-7 win over Newark Memorial of Newark in the NCS Division II playoffs.

25. (NR) EL CAPITAN (LAKESIDE) 10-0
Did not play. The Vaqueros, fresh off their big win over Helix, aren’t in the CIF San Diego Section Open Division but they still had a bye in the first round of the SDS D2 playoffs. They will play Mt. Carmel next, which beat Del Norte 39-33 on Friday.

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TEAMS ON THE BUBBLE

Bakersfield 8-2
Did not play. Bye in Central Section D1 bracket.

Bellarmine Prep (San Jose) 8-2
The Bells lost on Saturday 28-14 to No. 22 Serra (San Mateo).

Campolindo (Moraga) 11-0
Defeated Ygnacio Valley (Concord) 52-14. North Coast Section D3 bracket.

Chaminade (West Hills) 5-5*
Season over. Didn’t qualify for CIFSS Pac-5 playoffs.

Corona del Mar (Newport Beach) 10-1
Defeated Tustin 17-7. CIFSS Southwest Division bracket.

Del Oro (Loomis) 6-5
Defeated Roseville 14-6. Sac-Joaquin D2 bracket.

Edison (Fresno) 9-1
Did not play. Bye in Central Section D1 playoffs.

Foothill (Pleasanton) 8-2
Did not play. Bye in North Coast Section D1 playoffs

Granite Bay 8-3
Defeated Chavez (Stockton) 63-14. Sac-Joaquin D2 bracket.

Helix (La Mesa) 8-2
Did not play. Bye in San Diego Section Open Division.

Heritage (Menifee) 11-0
Defeated Rim of the World (Lake Arrowhead) 54-7. CIFSS Inland Division. Win streak 26 games (longest in state).

Jesuit (Carmichael) 9-2
Beau Bisharat rushed for 324 yards and three TDs Saturday in 27-0 win vs. Gregori (Modesto). Sac-Joaquin D1 playoffs.

La Mirada 9-2
Lost to Salesian (Los Angeles) 24-18 in CIFSS Southeast Division playoffs.

Liberty (Bakersfield) 8-2
Did not play. Bye in Central Section Division I playoffs.

Lompoc 11-0
Defeated Camarillo 38-28. CIFSS Northwest Division.

Los Gatos 8-2
Defeated Wilcox (Santa Clara) 28-13. Last game regular season.

Lutheran (Orange) 4-6*
Did not play. Did not qualify for CIFSS Pac-5 playoffs.

Mission Hills (San Marcos) 8-2
Did not play. Bye in San Diego Section Open Division.

Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) 6-4*
Did not play. Did not qualify for CIFSS Pac-5 playoffs.

Oaks Christian (Westlake Village) 5-5*
Did not play. Did not qualify for CIFSS Pac-5 playoffs.

Redlands East Valley (Redlands) 10-1
Defeated J.W. North (Riverside) 61-17. CIFSS Inland Division.

Ridgeview (Bakersfield) 9-1
Did not play. Bye in Central Section Division II.

Rocklin 9-2
Defeated Del Campo (Fair Oaks) 35-7. Sac-Joaquin Section Division II.

San Clemente 10-1
Defeated Fullerton 43-14. CIFSS Southwest Division.

San Pedro 10-1
Defeated Roosevelt (Los Angeles) 28-7. L.A. City Division 1.

St. Bonaventure (Ventura) 6-5
Lost to Norco 71-70 (3OT). Yes, that’s the score. Norco QB Victor Viramontes rushed for 315 yards and five TDs and passed for 213 yards and three scores. Another big-time QB recruit – Ricky Town – is done.

St. Francis (Mountain View) 6-4
Defeated St. Ignatius (San Francisco) 21-13. Last game regular season

St. Mary’s (Stockton) 10-1
Defeated River Valley (Yuba City) 55-12. CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division II.

Tesoro (Las Flores) 9-2
Defeated Newport Harbor (Newport Beach) 52-14. CIFSS West Valley Division.

Valencia 8-3
Lost to Rancho Cucamonga 52-20. CIFSS West Valley Division.

Valley Christian (San Jose) 8-2
Defeated Sacred Heart Cathedral (San Francisco) 28-0. Last game regular season.

West (Torrance) 11-0
Defeated Santa Monica 34-18. CIFSS Western Division.

Thanks to Paul Muyskens for contributions to this report. Mark Tennis is the co-founder and publisher of CalHiSports.com. He can be reached at markjtennis@gmail.com. Don’t forget to follow Mark on the Cal-Hi Sports Twitter handle: @CalHiSports


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