These have been expanded for each division as well. Biggest boosts given for Amador Valley (D1), Vista Murrieta (D2), Acalanes (D3), Oak Hills (D4) and Head-Royce (D5).
Harvard-Westlake No. 1 overall for first time in school history. Others honored are Campolindo of Moraga (D2), Oaks Christian (D3), Pacific Grove (D4) and Desert Christian Academy (D5).
Granada slammed out of NCS playoffs, which slims the field for No. 1 state ranking. Casa Grande vs. Campolindo play Saturday for No. 1 D2 ranking. A total of 120 teams in all appear on the bubble or in this week’s rankings.
Pacific Grove needs just one more win to end 31-0 and wrap up No. 1 ranking in Division IV. Thirteen new teams, meanwhile, are ranked with just two more weeks remaining in the season.
New teams going up to No. 2 this week are Granada in D1, Campolindo in D2 and Malibu in D5. Pacific Grove still unbeaten at top of D4.
After Wednesday games this week, Bellarmine of San Jose shakes up Division I with 1-0 win over St. Francis of Mountain View. Mater Dei, Casa Grande, Oaks Christian, Pacific Grove and Desert Christian Academy still on top.
This first look at how teams stack up according to our long-time five-division format shows Mater Dei (D1), Casa Grande of Petaluma (D2), Oaks Christian of Westlake Village (D3), Pacific Grove (D4) and Desert Christian Academy (D5) with No. 1 rankings.