Medium/Small Schools State FB Ranks

Players from Leuzinger of Lawndale are shown getting ready to go onto the field from game earlier this season. At right, RB Nathan Crawford from Twelves Bridges of Lincoln stiff-arms defender during team’s big win last week over Sutter. Photos: & Jordan Georgeson / Gold Country Media.

Pacifica of Oxnard still No. 1 in medium schools despite computer ranking. Oak Hills, Leuzinger and Citrus Valley all move up in medium with newcomer slots going to St. Francis (La Canada) and Central Valley Christian. For small schools, not much movement except for Twelve Bridges going up after win over Sutter. Big games this week in small schools sees Ontario Christian playing Aquinas and Brentwood (L.A.) playing Rio Hondo Prep.

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(All based on section by section playoff formats, updated computer rankings, plus combination of enrollment and traditional placement into state rankings that we have done for 40 plus years)
(There will be final five divisional state rankings done after the season so that we continue to have an archive of them going back to the early 1980s)

(After games of Saturday, Oct.14)
(Previous rank in parentheses)
*Forfeit wins, losses not included.


1. (1) Pacifica (Oxnard) 8-0
Computer rankings have the Tritons behind Palos Verdes and Oak Hills, but those same rankings also have Oak Hills ahead of St. Bonaventure (Ventura), which beat Oak Hills head-to-head. Pacifica, which had a bye last week and plays Rio Mesa of Oxnard this week, has a 23-14 win over St. Bonaventure.

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