SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
Bakersfield 22, Allan Hancock 19
College off the Canyons 32, Antelope Valley 19
Citrus 48, Chaffey 41
El Camino 41, Los Angeles Southwest 21
Fullerton 56, Santa Ana 17
Golden West 33, Glendale 0
Grossmont 49, San Diego Mesa 21
Long Beach 41, Pasadena 14
Los Angeles Harbor 38, Compton 6
Los Angeles Valley 23, Cerritos 7
Moorpark 25, Los Angeles Pierce 6
Mt. San Antonio 40, San Bernardino Valley 0
Orange Coast 27, East Los Angeles 3
Riverside 46, Victor Valley 26
Saddleback 31, Colllege of the Desert 17
Southwestern 34, Palomar 28
Ventura 47, Santa Barbara 40
West Los Angeles 47, Santa Monica 34
Bye: Mt. San Jacinto
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
NATIONAL DIVISION NON-LEAGUE GAMES
American River 23, Diablo Valley 20
De Anza 25, Feather River 16
Fresno 45, Sierra 19
Laney 18, San Francisco 13
Modesto 37, San Mateo 27
Sacramento 28, San Joaquin Delta 25
Santa Rosa 17, Butte 7
College of the Seqoias 55, Contra Costa 47
Siskiyous 21, Chabot 7
AMERICAN DIVISION NON LEAGUE GAMES
Gavilan 27, San Jose 22
Hartnell 30, Foothill 16
Los Medanos 21, Reedley 14
Mendocino 40, Cabrillo 20
Merced 50, Redwoods 17
Monterey Peninsula 25, Yuba 0
Shasta 38, West Hills 7
The University of Redlands men’s soccer team has been tabbed the favorite in a balloting of conference coaches. The Bulldogs received eight of nine first-place votes for a total of 10 points.
The second place nod went to Chapman (25 points) with Occidental third (29). Rounding out the order were University of La Verne (34), Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges (35), Pomona-Pitzer (42), Whittier (56), Cal Lutheran (59) and Caltech (71).
The Bulldogs won both the regular season and SCIAC postseason tournaments last year. Redlands finished 17-4-2 overall and 12-3-1 in conference competition. It advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament with a first-round victory over Whitworth (Wash.).
The Bulldogs return four first-team All-SCIAC honorees – junior defender Keoni Yates, junior forward Chase Boone, junior midfielder Casey ChubbFertal and sophomore Kayvon Parsa, who was also named the SCIAC Newcomer of the Year.
Redlands will play an exhibition game against NCAA Division II opponent Cal State Dominguez Hills on Thursday.
The Cal Poly Pomona men’s soccer team had a storybook season last year in finishing as national runner-up. Well a lot will be expected this year too as the Broncos start the new season ranked fourth in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) NCAA Division II poll.
The Broncos tied the school records last season with 17 wins for the second-consecutive season and later secured their NCAA Postseason victory with a 1-0 victory over Cal State Los Angeles. They also went on to win the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Tournament and the West Region title.
In the national semifinal the Broncos topped No. 5 Rockhurst 1-0, then fell in the National Championship game to Pfeiffer.
Cal Poly graduated eight players but a strong returning group is led by Eshel Chardon, Mathew Perez, Sergi Monso and Nadeer Ghantous.
The Broncos open the new season on Sept. 1 with a 4:30 p.m. home game against Montana State-Billings.
Here is the link to the entire national poll.