NEW CIF Sac-Joaquin Sec Top 20

Once again, since the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section is the one for our home base in Stockton, we’ll put together a weekly Top 20 for that section this season. Watch the FOX40 Final Quarter on Fridays at 11 p.m. for all the highlights and to see our latest SJS Top 5 List.

(After results of Saturday, Sept. 16)
(Previous rank in parentheses)

Vacaville’s Mike Papadopolous has had a lot of experience guiding deep playoff runs for his teams. Photo: Mark Tennis.


1. (1) Folsom 4-0

2. (2) Oak Ridge (El Dorado Hills) 4-0

3. (3) Granite Bay 4-0

4. (4) Manteca 3-0

5. (5) Central Catholic (Modesto) 2-0

6. (6) St. Mary’s (Stockton) 3-1

7. (7) Del Oro (Loomis) 3-1

8. (8) Oakdale 2-1

9. (9) Inderkum (Sacramento) 4-0

10. (11) Sacramento 3-1

11. (13) Vacaville 2-2

12. (12) Jesuit (Carmichael) 1-2

13. (10) Rocklin 3-1

14. (15) Franklin (Elk Grove) 3-0

15. (14) Grant (Sacramento) 2-1

16. (16) Antelope 3-0

17. (18) Tracy 3-1

18. (17) Elk Grove 1-2

19. (19) Del Campo (Fair Oaks) 3-0

20. (NR) Turlock 2-2

Dropped Out: Previous No. 20 Monterey Trail (Elk Grove).

Teams That Have Losses: St. Mary’s (lost 20-7 to Central Catholic); Oakdale (49-28 to Folsom); Sacramento (28-19 to Folsom); Vacaville (lost 24-23 to Oak Ridge & 21-20 to Granite Bay); Del Oro (lost 30-13 to Timpview of Utah); Rocklin (lost 42-14 to Clovis West); Grant (lost 24-0 to Rocklin); Jesuit (31-21 to Granite Bay & 55-9 to Folsom); Elk Grove (31-18 to Inderkum & 28-14 to San Mateo Serra); Tracy (27-7 to San Ramon Valley); Turlock (34-16 to Oakley Freedom & 29-22 to Tracy).

Big Games This Week (involving both teams from the section): Granite Bay at Del Oro; Central Catholic at Manteca; Grant at Franklin.

Note of the Week: At the end of last season, St. Mary’s of Stockton was scheduled to be hosting national powerhouse St. John Bosco of Bellflower on the Sept. 22-23 weekend for this season. The Rams played and lost at St. John Bosco 55-16 last season. The Braves then got the opportunity to play at St. John’s of Washington D.C. for the same weekend. After some negotiating and searching, a replacement was found for St. Mary’s: Bosco league rival Mater Dei of Santa Ana. Officials at both St. Mary’s and Mater Dei then agreed to have their game moved to Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. While the Rams already have a loss to Central Catholic of Modesto, the Monarchs already have a win over 2016 mythical national champ Bishop Gorman of Las Vegas and are the consensus No. 1 team in the nation.


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