Week 6 Top 25 Weekend Scoreboard

Kobe Smith, who was one of the top sophomore athletes in the state last school year, had a big game for Serra of Gardena on Friday in win vs. Loyola. Photo: Twitter.com.

Kobe Smith, who was one of the top sophomore athletes in the state last school year, had a big game for Serra of Gardena on Friday in win vs. Loyola. Photo: Twitter.com.


It’s the biggest bye week of the season in the state by far, but there still could be a few teams going bye-bye in next week’s rankings. Both No. 16 Bellarmine of San Jose and No. 22 Loyola of Los Angeles were defeated on Friday, although both lost to higher-ranked opponents. Just about everyone will be back playing next weekend.

Here is a look at scores through Saturday, Oct. 1. Check back on Monday for new rankings.

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1. Centennial (Corona) 4-1
Did not play. Bye. Scoring at least 42 points in every game this season, the Huskies had the week off and will open Big VIII League play next week against Roosevelt of Eastvale.

2. St. John Bosco (Bellflower) 4-1
Did not play. Bye. Just like every team in the Trinity League the Braves took the week off before they face No. 25 Servite of Anaheim next week.

3. Mater Dei (Santa Ana) 5-0
Did not play. Bye. The Monarchs game against No. 2 St. John Bosco of Bellflower is now three weeks away. They open Trinity League play next week against No. 11 Santa Margarita.

Olaijah Griffin has made big plays all season for Mission Viejo. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Olaijah Griffin has made big plays all season for Mission Viejo. Photo: Mark Tennis.


4. Mission Viejo 6-0
Defeated El Toro (Lake Forest) 55-14. As expected with the one-win Chargers, it wasn’t much of a contest for the Diablos.

5. Narbonne (Harbor City) 5-0
Defeated Los Angeles 13-6. Even though the Romans did not win, this score still sent shockwaves throughout the CIF L.A. City Section due to Narbonne’s dominance in recent seasons. L.A. High won’t be in the D1 section playoffs, but will be D2 and likely to battle super-talented group from Hawkins.

6. De La Salle (Concord) 4-1
Did not play. Bye. One week after being on national television, the Spartans had the week off before a road game next week against San Ramon Valley of Danville.

7. Del Oro (Loomis) 6-0
Defeated Nevada Union (Grass Valley) 58-21. The Golden Eagles were leading 42-0 at halftime. Folsom is up next.

8. Cathedral Catholic (San Diego) 5-0
Did not play. Bye. Head coach Sean Doyle and his Dons have an extra week to prepare for their road game next week against Scripps Ranch of San Diego.

9. St. Augustine (San Diego) 5-0
Did not play. Bye. Continuing the trend of byes this week, the Saints will be back in action next week against Madison of San Diego.

10. Rancho Cucamonga 5-0
Did not play. Bye. Moving all the way into the top 10 earlier this week, the Cougars also had Friday night off to enjoy it with Baseline League play starting next week at Upland.

Cyrus Habibi-Likio stands tall for Mountain View St. Francis after it broke 11-game losing streak vs. arch-rival Bellarmine. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Cyrus Habibi-Likio stands tall for Mountain View St. Francis after it broke 11-game losing streak vs. arch-rival Bellarmine. Photo: Mark Tennis.


11. Santa Margarita (Rancho SM) 4-1
Did not play. Bye. Getting an extra week for the start of Trinity League play will work out well for the Eagles, who are hosting No. 3 Mater Dei of Santa Ana next week and will look to find a way to slow down sophomore QB JT Daniels.

12. St. Francis (Mountain View) 5-0
Defeated No. 16 Bellarmine (San Jose) 21-12. The Lancers had a 21-0 lead in the first quarter and held on to beat the Bells, who had beaten the Lancers 11 straight times.

13. Monte Vista (Danville) 5-0
Defeated Granada (Livermore) 35-14. The Mustangs may be building toward a showdown with De La Salle on Nov. 4.

14. Calabasas 6-0
Defeated Valencia 37-21. One week after Valencia beat Bakersfield 48-9, the Coyotes blew past Valencia 37-21. One report had QB Tristan Gebbia with 505 yards passing.

15. Pittsburg 5-0
Did not play. Bye. Montaz Thompson was able to rest for once on a Friday night as the Pirates had the night off and will play at Deer Valley of Antioch next week.

16. Bellarmine (San Jose) 3-2
LOST to No. 12 St. Francis (Mountain View) 21-12. QB Ike Obogbu started passing more in the second half and the Bells rallied from a 21-0 deficit. Bellarmine’s other loss is 16-14 to No. 7 Del Oro.

17. Helix (La Mesa) 3-2
Defeated Bonita Vista (Chula Vista) 21-6. Bonita Vista is winless but has played a strong schedule.

18. Murrieta Valley (Murrieta) 3-2
Did not play. Bye. Following a win over Oaks Christian of Westlake Village last week, the Nighthawks had Friday night off this week but will have another big game next week against Vista Murrieta of Murrieta.

Dominic Barrera breaks into the clear for Bishop Amat during game from last week vs. Loyola of L.A. Photo: amattdclub.com.

Dominic Barrera breaks into the clear for Bishop Amat during game from last week vs. Loyola of L.A. Photo: amattdclub.com.


19. (NR) Serra (Gardena) 3-3
Defeated No. 22 Loyola (Los Angeles) 41-30. Head coach Scott Altenberg’s squad scored the final two TDs of the game to win. Kobe Smith scored the go-ahead TD on a pass from Jalani Eason.

20. Clayton Valley (Concord) 4-1
Did not play. Bye. The Ugly Eagles, who have lost only to No. 17 Helix, are playing Miramonte (Orinda) next.

21. Cathedral (Los Angeles) 5-0
Defeated Palos Verdes (PV Estates) 28-23. This is the first game the Phantoms played since their big win over Loyola.

22. Loyola (Los Angeles) 2-4
LOST to No. 19 Serra (Gardena) 41-30. It was another back-and-forth battle for the Cubs, who lost this one after they led 30-27.

23. Bishop Amat (La Puente) 3-2*
Defeated Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) 17-14. The Lancers evened their Mission League record at 1-1 after last week’s loss to Loyola.

24. JSerra (San Juan Capistrano) 4-1
Did not play. Bye. By now, you know the entire Trinity League had the night off. For the Lions, they will play at home against Orange Lutheran next week.

25. Servite (Anaheim) 3-2
Did not play. Bye. It’s always nice when you have an extra week to prepare for a big game and that is the case for the Friars. They will host No. 2 St. John Bosco of Bellflower next week.

Teams Listed On Last Week’s Bubble
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Antelope 5-0
Defeated Oakmont (Roseville) 48-22.

Antioch 3-2
Did not play. Bye.

Central (Fresno) 4-1
Did not play. Bye.

Central Catholic (Modesto) 3-2
Defeated Lathrop 54-0.

Chaminade (West Hills) 3-2
Did not play. Bye.

Charter Oak (Covina) 5-0
Did not play. Bye.

Clovis 5-0
Did not play. Bye.

Folsom 5-1
Defeated Granite Bay 42-0.

Freedom (Oakley) 5-0
Did not play. Bye.

Grant (Sacramento) 4-1
LOST to Elk Grove 24-17.

Heritage (Menifee) 5-0
Did not play. Bye.

Jesuit (Carmichael) 4-1
Defeated Davis 26-16.

La Mirada 4-2
Defeated Norwalk 62-0.

Long Beach Poly (Long Beach) 3-2
Defeated Cabrillo (Long Beach) 77-0.

Los Alamitos 3-2
Did not play. Bye.

Lutheran (Orange) 3-2
Did not play. Bye.

Milpitas 5-1
LOST to Los Gatos 23-13.

Mission Hills (San Marcos) 4-1
LOST to Mater Dei Catholic (Chula Vista) 41-14.

Madison (San Diego) 4-1
Defeated Mount Miguel 41-0.

Oak Ridge (El Dorado Hills) 4-1
Defeated Woodcreek (Roseville) 35-14.

Oaks Christian (Westlake Village) 4-2
Defeated University (Los Angeles) 49-0.

Rancho Bernardo (San Diego) 5-0
Did not play. Bye.

Rocklin 4-1
Did not play. Bye.

Sacramento 3-1
Did not play. Bye.

Sheldon (Sacramento) 4-1
LOST to Franklin (Elk Grove) 20-17.

St. Mary’s (Stockton) 4-1
Did not play. Bye.

Valencia 3-2
LOST to Calabasas 37-21.

Valley Christian (San Jose) 5-0
Defeated Archbishop Mitty (San Jose) 38-31 (2OT).

Vista Murrieta (Murrieta) 4-1
Did not play. Bye.

Stockton office assistant editor Paul Muyskens also contributed to this post. 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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