FINAL CIF Sac-Joaquin Sec Top 20

Once again, since the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section is the one for our home base in Stockton, we have put together a weekly Top 20 in football for that section this season. This will be the final rankings for the 2017 season since both Folsom and Placer won’t change for final rankings whether they win or lose in CIF state finals. Placer already has been given a bump for beating Salinas and beating Crenshaw of Los Angeles wouldn’t move the Hillmen up any further.

(Previous rank in parentheses)
(After games of Saturday, Dec. 9)

*Forfeit wins & losses not included.

Junior RB Marshall Chapman has amassed more than 1,300 yards rushing in 13 games for Placer. Teammate Mario Perez also has more than 1,300 yards in 14 games. Photo: Hudl.com.


1. (1) Folsom 15-0

2. (3) St. Mary’s (Stockton) 11-3

3. (4) Oak Ridge (El Dorado Hills) 11-2

4. (2) Granite Bay 12-3

5. (5) Manteca 11-3

6. (6) Oakdale 12-1

7. (7) Jesuit (Carmichael) 10-3

8. (8) Del Campo (Fair Oaks) 12-1

9. (9) Del Oro (Loomis) 8-6

10. (10) Central Catholic (Modesto) 10-2

11. (11) Sacramento 9-2

12. (12) Sheldon (Sacramento) 9-3

13. (13) Vacaville 7-4

14. (17) Placer (Auburn) 13-1

15. (14) Rocklin 7-5

16. (15) Christian Brothers (Sacramento) 10-3

17. (16) Inderkum (Sacramento) 11-1

18. (17) Tracy 8-4

19. (19) Gregori (Modesto) 11-1

20. (20) Turlock 8-3

Dropped Out: None.

Teams That Have Losses (On The Field): St. Mary’s (lost 20-7 to Central Catholic & 52-14 to Santa Ana Mater Dei & 50-21 to Folsom); Oak Ridge (42-28 to Folsom & 38-31 to St. Mary’s); Oakdale (45-29 to Folsom & 34-17 to Manteca); Central Catholic (27-21 to Oakdale & 23-12 to Del Oro); Granite Bay (35-14 to Folsom & 14-7 in OT to Oak Ridge & 37-13 to Pittsburg); Sacramento (28-19 to Folsom & 49-48 in 4 OTs to Del Campo); Vacaville (lost 24-23 to Oak Ridge & 21-20 to Granite Bay & 35-13 to Pittsburg & 42-28 to Jesuit); Del Oro (lost 30-13 to Timpview of Utah & 28-21 to Granite Bay & 51-10 to Folsom & 22-12 to Rocklin & 32-14 to Oak Ridge & 22-0 to Granite Bay); Rocklin (lost 42-14 to Clovis West & 27-10 to Oak Ridge & 46-3 to Folsom & 27-14 to Granite Bay & $2-18 to Central Catholic); Jesuit (31-21 to Granite Bay & 55-9 to Folsom & 27-14 to Folsom); Tracy (27-7 to San Ramon Valley & 24-21 to Liberty of Brentwood & 42-14 to St. Mary’s & 56-21 to Folsom); Sheldon (28-21 to Reno & 37-29 to Jesuit & 31-28 to St. Mary’s); Christian Brothers (36-35 to Manteca & 43-14 to Jesuit & 43-38 to Manteca); Placer (42-41 to Nevada Union); Gregori (49-14 to Oak Ridge); Turlock (34-16 to Freedom of Oakley & 29-22 to Tracy & 24-24 to Tracy); Manteca (31-14 to Central Catholic & 36-15 to Oakdale & 28-23 to Mountain View St. Francis).

FINAL Small Schools Top Teams: 1. Bear River (Lake of the Pines) 10-4: 2. Colfax 9-4; 2. Sonora 9-3; 4. Ripon 8-4; 5. Calaveras (San Andreas) 9-2; 6. Hilmar 8-6; 7. Escalon 7-5.
Note: These are schools that were in the Division 5, D6 or D7 section playoffs. For D4 teams, Placer of Auburn (13-1) won the title.

This week’s CIF D1-AA State Championship: Folsom vs. Helix (La Mesa) Friday night at Sacramento State.

This week’s D4-AA State Championship: Placer (Auburn) at Crenshaw (Los Angeles) on Friday.


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4 Comments

  1. Jim Schultz
    Posted December 13, 2017 at 4:28 pm | Permalink

    If these ranking include playoffs which I am sure they do then Oakdale has 2 losses and not one. They lost to both Folsom in the regular season and Manteca in the Section Final.

  2. M Low
    Posted December 14, 2017 at 8:25 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for your honest ranking. St Mary’s is where they should be. For some reason a num skull in Sacto ranks Oak Ridge higher even though they were beat by SM.

  3. Dani
    Posted December 22, 2017 at 11:09 am | Permalink

    Although Oakdale didn’t win a section title, are they still moved to D2 next season for playoffs under the continued success rule?

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted December 22, 2017 at 3:15 pm | Permalink

      I believe both Del Oro for D1 and Oakdale for D2 needed to win section titles for them to both move up next season.

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