NEW Medium/Small School FB Ranks

Paradise sophomore Tyler Harrison has rushed for more than 1,000 yards in first seven games in helping Bobcats to 7-0 record. Yes, they’re now a small school and now they’re a state-ranked small school. Photo:

Team that everybody in the state really is rooting for, Paradise, makes a big move this week even though the 7-0 Bobcats didn’t play. Losing teams and results from earlier in the season have just worked out for them. Ayala of Chino Hills and Rio Hondo Prep of Arcadia are two other newcomers in medium and small, respectively. Still No. 1, meanwhile, is Culver City (medium) and Escalon (small). We’ll still be doing CIF bowl game projections (coming soon) and at the end of the season will again do state rankings according to our traditional five divisions.

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