Daily Bulletin prep football top 10: Week 1

1. Rancho Cucamonga (1-0)
Previous rank: 1 Last week: def. Redlands, 40-17. Up next: Saturday vs. Anaheim Servite (0-1)
2. Upland (1-0)
Previous rank: 2 Last week: def. Pasadena Muir, 34-6 Up next: Saturday at Windsor (0-0)
3. Summit (1-0)
Previous rank: 3 Last week: def. Etiwanda, 38-6. Up next: Thursday vs. Redlands (0-1)
4. Chino Hills (1-0)
Previous rank: 4 Last week: def. Riverside Arlington 41-20. Up next: Friday vs. La Puente Bishop Amat (1-0)
5. Kaiser (0-0)
Previous rank: 6 Last week: idle. Up next: Friday at Apple Valley (0-1)
6. Carter (0-0)
Previous rank: 8 Last week: idle. Up next: Friday vs. Chaffey (0-1)
7. Damien (0-0)
Previous rank: 9 Last week: idle. Up next: Friday vs. Orange Lutheran (1-0)
8. San Dimas (1-0)
Previous rank: 10 Last week: def. Bonita, 37-36. Up next: Friday vs. Azusa (0-0)
9. Los Osos (1-0)
Previous rank: NR Last week: def. La Quinta, 46-23. Up next: Saturday vs. Greenwood Village (Colo.) Cherry Creek (0-0)
10. Etiwanda (0-1)
Previous rank: 5 Last week: lost to No. 3 Summit, 38-6. Up next: Friday vs. Miller (1-0)
Dropped out: No. 7 Chino (0-1)
Just missed the cut: Ayala (1-0), Diamond Ranch (1-0).

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Daily Bulletin prep football preseason top 10

1. Rancho Cucamonga (11-2)
Teams better be prepared to run on the Cougars, who feature two of the top defensive backs in the country in Chris Hawkins and Tahaan Goodman.
2. Upland (12-1)
The defending champs of a league that produced a pair of semifinalists are loaded with talent again and have one of the area’s best quarterbacks in Nate Romine.
3. Summit (13-1)
The defending CIF-SS Eastern Division champions return eight starters on a defense that had a school-record six shutouts last season.
4. Chino Hills (6-5)
The Huskies got an unexpected boost in the offseason when reigning Mt. Baldy League offensive player of the year, quarterback Matt Simko, transferred in.
5. Etiwanda (6-4)
A season after missing the playoffs the Eagles have enough talent to win a title, according to new coach Tom Leach.
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USA Today national HS football top 25

USA TODAY High School Football Super 25
(Schools are listed with final 2011 records)
1. Miami (FL) Central, 14-0
2. Santa Margarita (Rancho Santa Margarita, CA), 13-2
3. Manatee (Bradenton, FL), 13-2
4. De La Salle (Concord, CA), 14-1
5. Byrnes (Duncan, SC), 13-2
6. Grayson (Loganville, GA), 15-0
7. John Curtis (River Ridge, LA), 14-0
8. Carroll (Southlake, TX), 16-0
9. Good Counsel (Olney, MD), 12-0
10. Plant (Tampa, FL), 14-1
11. Booker T. Washington (Miami, FL), 12-2
12. Union (Tulsa, OK), 10-3
13. Trinity (Louisville, KY), 14-0
14. Moeller (Cincinnati, OH), 9-4
15. Bellevue (WA), 14-0
16. Gilman (Baltimore, MD), 10-1
17. Oscar Smith (Chesapeake, VA), 14-1
18. Katy (TX), 12-1
19. Cass Technical (Detroit, MI), 11-3
20. Trinity (Euless, TX) 12-1
21. Eden Prairie (MN), 12-1
22. Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, CA), 9-5
23. Bingham (South Jordan, UT), 9-3
24. Lake Travis (Austin, TX), 16-0
25. Central Dauphin (Harrisburg, PA), 15-1

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Boys basketball: top 5

1. La Verne Lutheran
2. Etiwanda
3. Damien
4. Ayala
5. Eisenhower

Top performers
Malcolm Drumwright, Rancho Cucamonga
Totaled 26 points and eight rebounds as the Cougars upset Upland 74-59 in a Baseline League contest Friday.

Adriel Perry, Ontario Christian
Scored all eight of his points in the second half, including the game-winning 3-pointer with two seconds left, in a 50-49 win over Cerritos Valley Christian on Saturday.

Game of the week
Ontario Christian at Aquinas, Thursday, 7:30 p.m.
Tied for first place with one game remaining in the regular season, the Falcons and Knights will play for an outright league championship.

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Girls basketball: top 5

1. Etiwanda
2. Summit
3. Rialto
4. Bonita
5. Eisenhower

Top performers
Taylor Brown, Chino
Had 30 points and six assists as Chino dethroned Colony with a 60-43 win on Friday that clinched the Mt. Baldy League title.

Brianna Kennedy, Bonita
The senior had 16 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks in a win over Los Altos on Friday to help the Bearcats stay undefeated in league.

Game of the week
Riverside Patriot at Summit, Thursday, 6:30 p.m.
Summit already has clinched the league title, but this battle is between the top two teams in the Sunkist League.

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Girls water polo: top 5

1. Bonita
2. Los Osos
3. St. Lucy’s
4. Upland
5. Ayala

Top performers
Briana Echevaria, Chino
Had four goals and three assists in an 8-5 win over Colony a week as Chino got sole possession of first place in Mt. Baldy League.

Kailin Ririe, Ayala
Scored three goals in Tuesday’s 12-5 win over Claremont as Ayala moved one step closer to the playoffs.

Game of the week
St. Lucy’s at Upland, Friday, 4:15 p.m.
Two local powers take each other on in a playoff tune-up when the Sierra League champions visit Upland.

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Girls soccer: top 5

1. Los Osos
2. Claremont
3. Ayala
4. Chino Hills
5. Diamond Bar

Top performers
Iffy Onumonu, Los Osos
Scored three goals in a 4-0 victory on Monday that kept the Grizzlies undefeated.

Rebecca Flores, Don Lugo
Collected seven saves in a 2-0 shutout of Chaffey Monday to complete the team’s first undefeated run through the Mt. Baldy League.

Game of the week
Diamond Bar at Los Altos, Thursday, 3:30 p.m.
A win gives the Brahmas a season split with Los Altos and a share of the Hacienda League title.

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Boys soccer: top 5

1. Fontana
2. Claremont
3. Carter
4. Upland
5. Damien

Top performers
Andreas Solorzano, Upland
Scored two goals in a come-from-behind 3-1 win over Glendora on Monday that left Upland one game from a Baseline League title.

Eduardo Rivera, Ontario
Scored twice as Ontario erased a two-goal deficit in a 4-2 win over Montclair Friday that helped it close in on an eventual Mt. Baldy League championship.

Game of the week
Claremont at West Covina South Hills, Thursday, 5:30 p.m.
The Wolfpack attempts to complete an undefeated run through league.

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