Ayala of Chino Hills and Rancho Bernardo of San Diego switch at the No. 2 and No. 3 spots behind No. 1 Thousand Oaks. The two teams moving up the most are new No. 8 Granite Bay and new No. 9 Elk Grove. Newcomers Murrieta Mesa of Murrieta and San Marcos also made major jumps. Others new include San Ramon Valley of Danville and Simi Valley.
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