As previously announced, the final top spots in these rankings went to Granite Hills of El Cajon and Escalon. There were also a lot of changes for medium schools with big bumps for D3-AA state champ Grant of Sacramento along with others such as Apple Valley, St. Joseph of Santa Maria and D3-A state champ Laguna Hills. For small schools, the only change was moving up 15-0 Orland, but the Trojans didn’t go higher than some other small schools that recorded more impressive single-game wins.
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(All based on section by section playoff formats plus combination of enrollment and traditional placement into state rankings that we have done for 40 plus years)
(After games of Saturday, Dec. 10)