NEW Five-Division State FB Ranks

Oakland Bishop O'Dowd's players react after winning CIF NorCal title in D5AA. The Dragons play Valley View (Moreno Valley) in Saturday's state final. Photo: Twitter.com.

Oakland Bishop O’Dowd’s players react after winning CIF NorCal title in D5AA. The Dragons play Valley View (Moreno Valley) in Saturday’s state final. Photo: Twitter.com.


We’re still hoping to have all five final Cal-Hi divisional state No. 1 rankings going to CIF champions, but that will be harder now that Huntington Beach Edison, Calabasas and Sutter have all lost. Go inside to see where every CIF state championship participant has landed in this week’s rankings.

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Note: These teams are broken into our five divisions based on section playoff divisions, some enrollment and where they’ve been in recent years. You can say they are competitive equity except for Division V. We just refuse to put schools with huge enrollments that low. Examples for that would be Santa Ana, Arroyo of El Monte, Franklin of Los Angeles, etc. The lowest division we’ll place a school with a large enrollment (especially those above 2,000) is Division IV.

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