Starting this weekend just about every football team in the state will be playing league games for the next few weeks. It’s a good time therefore to rank the state’s top 10 best leagues (No. 1 is obvious) and go over some of the state’s longest current league winning streaks. Check this week’s column for more on the 300 coaching wins club that Sherman Oaks Notre Dame’s Kevin Rooney joined last week, get a peek at top sophomore single game passing totals (with Jaden Casey of Calabasas added) and see what others posted stat totals that turned our heads.
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Any list of the 10 best high school football leagues in California begins and ends with the Trinity League of the CIF Southern Section. The Trinity League already was the best by a wide margin heading into the season but would now pretty much be lapping the field. Here is a top 10 ranking (based on results prior to weekend of October 6-7) and keep in mind we’re also going more by number of top teams in a particular league and not as much on overall league depth: