CIF-SS Football Rankings: Monrovia keeps top spot in Mid-Valley; Poly and Rio in top 3 in Northeast



1. Monrovia (4-0), 2. Arroyo (3-1), 3. Viewpoint (4-1), 4. Baldwin Park (4-0), 5. San Marino (3-1), 6. Pomona (5-0), 7. Paraclete (2-3), 8. San Dimas (1-4), 9. Sierra Canyon (1-3), 10. Northview (4-1). Other: Gabrielino (4-1).
Steve’s take: I can see any path where Monrovia doesn’t win this division, which likely means the Wildcats are going bowling. San Marino’s up to No. 5, with a chance to finish in the top three, which could make an All-Rio Hondo League title game.
1. Mission Prep (4-1), 2. Pasadena Poly (4-0), 3. Rio Hondo Prep (4-1), 4. St. Anthony (3-1), 5. Chadwick (5-0), 6. Salesian (3-2), 7. St. Genevieve (2-2), 8. Capistrano Valley Chr. (4-0), 9. Silver Valley (4-0), 10. Saddleback Valley Chr. (3-1).
Steve’s take: This is looking like it will be a rematch of Mission Prep and Rio Hondo Prep, which has won the division the past two years. But be wary of Poly.
1. Bishop Diego (4-0), 2. Nordhoff (4-0), 3. Oak Park (4-1), 4. Carpinteria (5-0), 5. El Segundo (2-2), 6. Whittier Christian (3-2), 7. La Salle (3-2), 8. Lawndale (4-1), 9. North Torrance (2-2). 10t. La Puente (3-1), 10t. Santa Paula (4-1).
Steve’s take: La Salle is the lone area team with a chance. The Lancers are up to No. 7, with a chance to rise higher if they run the table in the Del Rey, which is likely.
1. Norwalk (5-0), 2. Diamond Ranch (4-1), 3. Los Altos (4-0), 4. Downey (2-3), 5. La Serna (3-2), 6. Santa Fe (3-1), 7. Burbank (4-0), 8. Muir (3-1), 9. La Mirada (1-4), 10. Diamond Bar (4-1).
Steve’s take: Muir is looking good. I think they can run the table in the Pacific, which means they could get a top four seed come November.
1. Serra (5-0), 2. Chaminade (3-1), 3. Lompoc (4-1), 4. Harvard-Westlake (4-0), 5. Cathedral (5-0), 6. St. Francis (4-0), 7. Camarillo (3-1), 8. Santa Monica (2-2), 9. San Marcos (5-0), 10. Culver City (1-3).
Steve’s take: The Mission League holds five of the six spots, including St. Francis, which could make an impact after going just one round last season.

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Star-News Pick ‘em: Battle royale as area heavyweights Monrovia, St. Francis meet…who wins? I got St. Francis, but it’s close


Keith and I are matching our knowledge of the area and high school football by offering our picks on the area’s games.

LAIR: 74-13 (18-1 last week)
RAMIREZ: 70-17 (18-1 last week)

Last week: We both have near-perfect weeks, winning 18 of 19 games. I missed on Frazier Mountain over Flintridge Prep, with Keith wrong on Sotomayor over Keppel.
This week: It doesn’t get any bigger for a regular-season game this week as the area’s top two teams, Monrovia and St. Francis, meet in M-Town. From our perspective, it has the feeling of championship week. It’s hard to pick a winner on this one, but someone has to win, right? I can see both winning, but we have to pick one and my choice is St. Francis, which I like mainly for the Golden Knights versatility on offense. St. Francis can hit with the run and senior Joe Mudie, or come at you via the air, with senior Ty Gangi, who has looked solid during the first four weeks. I wouldn’t want to be the defense coordinator this week, because Monrovia’s chance lies with its running game, which with star Kurt Scoby and quarterback Deshawn Potts, is at a higher level. But I see some inconsistency in the Wildcats pass game, and that should be the difference. But this one will be one for the ages.

This week’s schedule and predictions
Burbank vs. Pasadena at Burroughs HS – Ramirez (Burbank); Lair (Burbank)
St. Francis at Monrovia — Ramirez (St. Francis); Lair (Monrovia)
Temple City at Rosemead — Ramirez (Rosemead); Lair (Rosemead)
Glendale at Muir — Ramirez (Muir); Lair (Muir)
South El Monte at San Marino — Ramirez (San Marino); Lair (San Marino)
St. Bernard at Bosco Tech — Ramirez (St. Bernard); Lair (St. Bernard)
Mountain View at Maranatha — Ramirez (Maranatha); Lair (Maranatha)
Workman at Duarte — Ramirez (Duarte); Lair (Duarte)
Arroyo at La Canada — Ramirez (Arroyo); Lair (Arroyo)
Beverly Hills at South Pasadena — Ramirez (SPas); Lair (South Pasadena)
Marshall at L.A. University — Ramirez (LAU); Lair (University)
Flintridge Prep vs. Heritage Chr. at Granada Hills HS — Ramirez (Heritage); Lair (Flintridge)

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Friday Night Final: Monrovia, St. Francis win, set up next week’s area showdown

Who’s the best football team in the West Valley?
We’re about to find out as No. 1 Monrovia and No. 2 St. Francis scored wins, setting up a battle for the top spot next week at Monrovia.
The Wildcats, getting four TDs from Deshawn Potts and Kurt Scoby, rallied for a 31-13 victory over South Hills, scoring the final 21 points. St. Francis, meanwhile, across town got 188 yards rushing and a score from Joe Mudie and two rushing TDs from Areg Nazarian to beat Damien, 34-16.
The Spartans had closed to within 20-16 early in the fourth quarter before St. Francis put together a 66-yard drive that was capped by a Zach Washington’ 1-yard run. Nazarian, who rushed for 86 yards, then ran 66 yards to seal it at 34-16.
Monrovia beat St. Francis last season, 17-13, when the Golden Knights fumbled at the 1 in the waning moments.
St. Francis coach Jim Bonds: “I want to savor this one a little bit. They’re a good foootball team, and have a heckuva running back. We have our work cut out. We want to enjoy this one.”

Staff photo by Keith Birmingham

Staff photo by Keith Birmingham


No. 1 Monrovia 31, South Hills 13 – The ‘Cats get ready for St. Francis by whipping South Hills. The Scoby and Potts show is tough to beat.
No. 2 St. Francis 34, Damien 16 – The Golden Knights withstood a challenge before beating the Spartans. There has to be a concern that after giving up 187 to Damien’s Leroy Cloud, how do they expect to stop Scoby.
No. 3 Muir 35, Hoover 3 – The Mustangs looked every bit like the league favorite on Thursday, but 212 penalties is a concern.
No. 4 Rio Hondo 50, Kilpatrick 8 – The Kares just keep on rolling, routing Kilpatrick on Thursday.
No. 5 San Marino 68, Beverly Hills 6 – The Titans look like a runaway locomotive, averaging more than 60 points during the past three weeks.
No. 6. La Salle 55, St. Bernard 0 – The Lancers opened defense of their Del Rey League title with a runaway win. Yep, I would say they are the favorite.
No. 7 Pasadena Poly 34, Brentwood 27 – Guess who’s 4-0 and No. 2 in the Northeast? It’s the Panthers.
Burbank 51, No. 8 Arcadia 14 – Some have Burbank as the favorite in the Pacific, and it looked the part tonight. The Apaches, getting 58 yards rushing from Joshua Benson, may be playing for third.
No. 9 Rosemead 30, San Gabriel 9 – The Panthers are looking like Mission Valley League contenders, winning their third consecutive game. Joe Nava led the way with 189 yards passing and three touchdowns. San Gabriel’s long season continues.
Eagle Rock 35, No. 10 La Canada 0 – The Spartans suffer their second consecutive big loss. Can they regroup in the Rio Hondo League?
Azusa 23, Duarte 22 –
Sam Edwards caught two TD pass as the Falcons lost at Citrus Collge, giving up a 24-yard field goal with about three minutes to play.
Maranatha 42, South El Monte 32 – A good rebound for the Minutemen, who were shutout last week at La Salle.
South Pasadena 27, Alhambra 7 – The Tigers get a much-needed win; The Moors’ struggles continue.
Crescenta Valley 42, Pasadena 18 – The Bulldogs were no match for the upstart Falcons.
California Military Institue 47, Blair 8 – The Vikings scored for just the second time this season.
Frazier Mountain 36, Flintridge Prep 29 – The Rebels, who made the quarterfinals last season, appear to have take a step back, falling to 0-4.
Sotomayor 41, Keppel 12 – The Aztecs drop to 1-3.
Gabrielino 28, California City 19 – The Eagles complete a solid nonleague slate. Can they keep it up in the Mission Valley League? We’ll find out.

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Thursday Final: Muir is ready to defend Pacific title, routs Hoover, 35-3…Rio Hondo Prep and Poly also win.

Staff photo by Keith Birmingham

Staff photo by Keith Birmingham

Muir came into Pacific League play as the prohibitive favorite, and the Mustangs showed why Thursday, routing host Hoover, 35-3, at Glendale High School.
Quarterback Dejon Williams accounted for two touchdowns to lead the Mustangs (3-1, 1-0), who led 13-0 at halftime. Muir held Hoover to 31 yards, and a minus-2 yards rushing. The Mustangs won despite having 212 yards in penalties.
Muir coach John Hardy: “There were a ton of penalties and a ton of mistakes,” Hardy said. “It’s hard to get a grip on it. It was a short week; I don’t know. We didn’t look like a well-coached team at all. … We did have some penalties we need to clean up. There were things we need to fix. If we do not fix them, we will have problems deeper in league.”
Defensive lineman Jasper Iheoso: “We worked hard. There were a couple of plays we could have done better on execution. But it’s all the same effort at the end of the game.”
Rio Hondo Prep 50, Kilpatrick 6

Nate Tayco scored three touchdowns to lead the Kares, who improved to 3-1.
Pasadena Poly 34, Brentwood 27
Carter Griffin scored three touchdowns as the Panthers (3-0) survived a late rally to stay undefeated.

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Star-News Super 23 Rankings: Gap closes, but Monrovia retains top spot over St. Francis

No. 1? Not yet, St. Francis. But you're closing. (Staff photo by Keith Birmingham)

No. 1? Not yet, St. Francis. But you’re closing.
(Staff photo by Keith Birmingham)

1. Monrovia (3-0) –
The Wildcats, despite a closer than expected win over San Dimas (26-13), still look like the best team in the area. How good Monrovia is will been seen during the next two weeks when they host South Hills and St. Francis in back-to-back weeks.
2. St. Francis (3-0) -– The Knights, after a sub-par 2012, are back, rocking their first three opponents. They’ll get tested the next two weeks, first at home vs. Damien on Friday and next week at Monrovia.
3. Muir (2-1) –- The Mustangs have looked impressive in wins over Salesian and Verdugo Hills. They should dominate play in the Pacific, which begins Thursday vs. Hoover.
4. Rio Hondo Prep (3-1) –- Who Kares? The rest of the Northeast Division should be as Rio has looked impressive in the early going, and a three-peat looks well within their grasps.
5. San Marino (2-1) –- The Titans are an offense juggernaut, averaging 56 points in three games. Defense will be the key to their success going forward. But don’t be surprised if they win out going into the regular-season finale vs. Monrovia.
6. La Salle (2-2) –- The Lancers have been hardened by a tough schedule and showed with a 40-0 whitewash of rival Maranatha. Next up is the Del Rey League, which looks to be theirs for the taking.
7. Pasadena Poly (3-0) –- The Panthers have taken care of business thus far. They face Bell-Jeff this week in game that could determine a playoff it spot. It did last season when a loss to Bell-Jeff cost them a trip to the postseason.
8. Arcadia (2-1) – It’s hard to get a read on the Apaches, who routed Alhamra, got whacked by Monrovia and struggled before beating Azusa, 8-7. They will need to play better in the Pacific go dancing in the playoffs.
9. Rosemead (2-1) – The Panthers have found their second wind, winning back-to-back games. They are likely a step behind Mission Valley League favorite Arroyo, but I definitely see a playoff spot in their future.
10. La Canada (2-1) – Sparta was overwhelmed by Crescenta Valley. But this is a team that could make a run at third in the Rio Hondo, behind Mornovia and San Marino.
The Rest: 11. Gabrielino (11-1), 12. Maranatha (2-2), 13. South Pasadena (1-2), 14. Duarte (1-2), 15. San Gabriel (1-3), 16. Flintridge Prep (0-3), 17. Temple City (1-3), 18. Pasadena (0-3), 19. Keppel (1-3), 20. Alhambra (0-4), 21. Marshall (1-3), 22. Bosco Tech (0-4), 23. Blair (0-4).


1. Eli Snyder, Maranatha, 72 of 125, 1,082 yards, 9 TDs
2. Ty Gangi, St. Francis, 45 of 68, 671 yards, 8 TDs
3. Johnny Bolinger, Rio Hondo Prep, 30 of 52, 491 yards, 6 TDs
4. Dejon Williams, Muir, 16 of 24 for 375 yards, 3 TDs
5. Robbie Fueling, La Canada. 16 of 32 for 356 yards, TD
6. Deshawn Potts, Monrovia, 16 of 30 for 258 yards, 2 TDs
7. Michael Bowman, Pasadena Poly, 20 of 27, 248 yards, 5 TDs
8. Isaia Ah-hing, Rosemead, 16 of 30, 245 yards, 3 TDs
1. Kurt Scoby, Monrovia, 612 yards, 8 TDs
2. Stefan Smith, Flingridge Prep, 499 yards, 7 TDs
3. Nate Tayco, Rio Hondo Prep, 407 yards, 6 TDs
4. Griffin Carter, Pasadena Poly, 388 yards, 7 TDs
5. Baile McDavid, Maranatha, 330 yards, 3 TDs
6. Michael Valenzuela, Alhambra, 313 yards, TD
7. Nasser Banihani, Temple City, 267 yards, 3 TDs
8. Joe Mudie, St. Francis, 267 yards, 4 TDs
9. Alec Zavala, Rosemead, 239 yards, 2 TDs
10. Mario Martinez, La Canada, 221 yards, 2 TDs
1. Darron McWhorter, Maranatha, 20 rec., 341 yards, 4 TDs
2. Xavius Boone, Maranatha, 21 rec., 310 yards, 2 TDs
3. Joe Mudie, St. Francis, 13 rec., 245 yards, 3 TDs
4. Dylan Crawford, St. Francis, 14 rec. , 225 yards, 3 TDs
5. Isaac Hoguin, Rio Hondo Prep, 5 rec., 192 yards, 3 TDs
6. Aidan Yamada, Maranatha, 11 rec., 180 yards, TD
7. Todd Murray, La Canada, 9 rec., 117 yards
7. Sam Brown, La Canada, 3 rec., 117 yards, TD
9. Oscar Noriega, Rosemead, 7 rec., 114 yards, TD
10. John Carroll, St. Francis, 10 rec., 100 yards, TD

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Star-News Pick ‘Em: St. Francis, Monrovia will major step-ups…I see a West Valley sweep


Keith and I are matching our knowledge of the area and high school football by offering our picks on the area’s games.

LAIR: 56-12 (17-4 last week)
RAMIREZ: 52-16 (14-7 last week)

Last week: My worst week of the season. Keith got a little separation, getting my by picking Rosemead over Warren, L.A. Wilson over Alhambra and Eagle Rock over Temple City. We also missed San Gabriel over Beverly Hills, Diego Vista over Marshall, Glendale over South Pasadena and Mar Vista over Gabrielino.
This week: There two huge games in the area this week, both on Friday. Damien comes to town to face St. Francis in a good ol’ Catholic school showdown, with Monrovia hosting South Hills, in a division step-up encounter for the Wildcats. I like both local entrants. St. Francis was very impressive in routing La Mirada. This will be more of a challenge, with Damien winning its last two games, but the Golden Knights might be too hot to handle. I also like Monrovia, which I think will get back to business with Deshawn Potts back behind center after missing last week. South Hills won a close one at Covina District Field last season. This one will again be close, but go with the ‘Cats.

This week’s schedule and predictions

Hoover vs. Muir at Glendale HS – Ramirez (Muir); Lair (Muir)
Pasadena Poly at Brentwood — Ramirez (Poly); Lair (Poly)
Kilpatrick at Rio Hondo Prep — Ramirez (Rio Hondo Prep); Lair (Rio Hondo Prep)
South Hills at Monrovia — Ramirez (Monrovia); Lair (Monrovia)
Damien at St. Francis, 7:30 p.m. — Ramirez (St. Francis); Lair (St. Francis)
St. Bernard at La Salle — Ramirez (La Salle); Lair (La Salle)
Azusa vs. Duarte at Citrus College — Ramirez (Azusa); Lair (Azusa)
Rosemead at San Gabriel — Ramirez (Rosemead); Lair (Rosemead)
Burbank at Arcadia — Ramirez (Burbank); Lair (Bubank)
San Marino at Beverly Hills — Ramirez (San Marino); Lair (San Marino)
South El Monte at Maranatha — Ramirez (Maranatha); Lair (Maranatha)
South Pasadena vs. Alhambra at Moor Field — Ramirez (South Pas); Lair (South Pas)
Flintridge Prep at Frazier Mountain — Ramirez (Flintridge Prep); Lair (Frazier)
Keppel at Sotomayor — Ramirez (Sotomayor) Lair (Keppel)
La Canada at Eagle Rock — Ramirez (Eagle Rock); Lair (Eagle Rock)
Crescenta Valley at Pasadena — Ramirez (Crescenta Valley); Lair (Crescenta Valley)
California Military Institute vs. Blair at Muir HS — Ramirez (CMI); Lair (CMI)
Bosco Tech at Verbum Dei — Ramirez (Verbum Dei): Lair (Verbum Dei)
California City at Gabrielino — Ramirez (Gabrielino); Lair (Gabrielino)

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Friday Night Final: La Salle wins small school Rose City crown from Maranatha; Muir rolls and Monrovia gets workman-like win over San Dimas

As far as small schools are concerned, Rose City still belongs to La Salle, which routed Maranatha for the second consecutive season. But the fourth week of the football season also saw Muir route Verdugo Hills, 70-6. Anyone think the Mustangs aren’t the favorite in the Pacific. Over at Monrovia, it was just win baby as the Wildcats improved to 3-0 with a closer-than-expected 26-13 victory over San Dimas.


PASADENA – The distinction of being the best small-school football team in Pasadena again rests with La Salle High School.
The Lancers left no doubt for the second consecutive season.
Bryce Harvey rushed for 102 yards and three touchdowns and host La Salle held Maranatha to a minus-1 yard rushing en route to a 40-0 victory over the Minutemen in the schools’ annual nonleague battle.
Milan Acquaah rushed for 108 yards and two scores and quarterback Will Pyburyn threw for a 158 yards for the Lancers, who improved to 2-2. La Salle won last season’s game, 63-7.
Eli Snyder threw for 141 yards for the Minutemen, who fell to 2-2 after winning their first two games.
La Salle coach Russell Gordon: “It’s great (to win this game). It’s great for the school, great for the community. Anytime you win a rivalry game, it’s amazing.”

– Steve Ramirez, @steverramirez on twitter

Maranatha's Chris Ajalat (52) attempts to stop La Salle's running back Bryce Harvey (2) as he makes a touchdown during the first half of Friday night's prep football game at La Salle High School in Pasadena, on September 20, 2013.  (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz/Pasadena Star-News)

Maranatha’s Chris Ajalat (52) attempts to stop La Salle’s running back Bryce Harvey (2) as he makes a touchdown during the first half of Friday night’s prep football game at La Salle High School in Pasadena, on September 20, 2013.
(Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz/Pasadena Star-News)

1. Monrovia 26, San Dimas 13 –
This one was closer than expected, although the Wildcats (3-0) were without starting QB Deshawn Potts, who was nursing an injury. But San Dimas always plays the ‘Cats tough. Question is will they meet again?
2. St. Francis 49, La Mirada 20 – The Golden Knights (3-0) routed the Matadores and look capable of reclaiming the top spot as the area’s elite program. They get that shot in two weeks when they come to M-Town.
3. Muir 70, Verdugo Hills 6 –The Mustangs (2-1) are saying, ‘Don’t forget about us!” Don’t worry, we aren’t, especially after DeShon Williams puts in his two cents for early Player of the Year honors, accounting for 268 yards and six touchdowns. Muir is the favorite in the Pacific.
4. Rio Hondo 38, Calvary Murrieta 0 – The Kares (3-1) might not lose again. They overmatched the CMs, leading 32-0 at halftime. Why they aren’t ranked No. 2 in the Northeast is beyond logic.
5. San Marino 70, Nogales 0 – All seems to be well again in George Patton’s town. The Titans (2-1), after giving up nearly 500 yards in a 56-53 loss to Crescenta Valley last week, showcased their offense again, with Andrew Ferraco accounting for five TDs, with more than 200 yards rushing. Watch out for these guys.
6. La Salle 40, Maranatha 0 – Were the Lancers (2-2) hardened by losses to big boys Cathedral and Bishop Diego? It appears so after making easy work of the Minutemen (2-2). La Salle now enters Del Rey League, where it will be the favorite. The question is how about the Northwest Division? As Russell Gordon said Friday, we’ll see.
7. Pasadena Poly (2-0) hosts Malibu, today, 3 p.m. – Can Poly continue its early-season success. We think so.
Mar Vista 34, No. 8. Gabrielino 21 — No 5-0 start for the Eagles this year. But I still like their chances to make a run in the Mission Valley League.
Crescenta Valley 42, No. 9 La Canada 14 – The battle of the 210 West goes to the Falcons, who knocks Sparta from the unbeatens. The Falcons might be a player in the Pacific. Donnie Breneman led La Canada with two touchdowns.
No. 10 Arcadia 8, Azusa 7 – This might be a barometer reading for the Apaches, in a bad way. I thought they might have more of an upper hand, but a win’s a win, especially after getting an interception in the waning moments.
Boron 40, Flintridge Prep 14 – The Rebels have Stefan Smith. But maybe not much else.
Sierra Vista 47, Keppel 0 – So much for thinking things might change this year for the Aztecs. Well, Rome wasn’t built in a day.
Rosemead 14, Warren 7 – A nice win for the Panthers. Maybe they can threaten Arroyo in the Mission Valley League? We’ll see.
San Gabriel 13, Beverly Hills 6 – The Mats needed this. Maybe it will be a confidence builder heading into the Almont League.
Salesian 41, Pasadena 6 – Again, Rome wasn’t built in a day
Westminster 55 Bosco Tech 0 – Tigers need some confidence heading into Del Rey League play.
Eagle Rock 27, Temple City 6 – Can the Rams turn it around and challenge for a playoff spot in Rio Hondo League? Now I’m not so sure.
L.A. Wilson 24, Alhambra 13 – A tough loss for the Moors, who need some confidence going into league play
L.A. Douglass 57, Blair 0 – Another tough loss for the Vikings.
Glendale 23, South Pasadena 7 – Tigers early-season struggles continue

FRIDAY NIGHT ROUNDUP: San Marino rolls over Nogales

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It might not quite be the Turkey Tussle between Muir and Pasadena, but the La Salle’s annual battle with fellow Pasadena private Maranatha is nearly as intense. The two area schools will renew their rivalry when they square off at La Salle to highlight tonight’s action in the fourth week of the high school football season. The night’s other intriguing matchup up pits San Dimas traveling to No. 1 Monrovia. Usually, this is a playoff preview. But Monrovia, with running back Kurt Scoby, might be too much firepower for the Saints, who are off to an 0-3 start. Monrovia is 2-0. Crescenta Valley and La Canada have their 210 East rivalry, and renew it tonight at La Canada. I will be at the Maranatha-La Salle matchup and you can follow my updates on twitter at @steverramirez, or on our area scoreboard. We’ll wrap all the night’s action on our PrepXtra Live show tonight, beginning here about 11 p.m.




Tonight’s schedule and predictions
Maranatha at La Salle — Ramirez (La Salle); Lair (La Salle)
San Dimas at Monrovia — Ramirez (Monrovia); Lair (Monrovia)
Azusa at Arcadia — Ramirez (Arcadia); Lair (Arcadia)
Calvary Murrieta at Rio Hondo Prep — Ramirez (Rio); Lair (RH Prep)
Crescenta Valley at La Canada — Ramirez (CV); Lair (Crescenta Valley)
Keppel at Sierra Vista — Ramirez (SV); Lair (Sierra Vista)
Rosemead at Warren — Ramirez (Warren); Lair (Rosemead)
Salesian at Pasadena — Ramirez (Salesian); Lair (Salesian)
San Gabriel at Beverly Hills — Ramirez (Bev. Hills); Lair (Beverly Hills)
San Marino at Nogales — Ramirez (San Marino); Lair (San Marino)
South Pasadena at Glendale — Ramirez (South Pas); Lair (South Pas)
Westminster at Bosco Tech — Ramirez (Westminster); Lair (Westminster)
Alhambra at L.A. Wilson — Ramirez (Alhambra); Lair (Wilson)
Blair at Douglass — Ramirez (Douglass) ; Lair (Douglass)
Eagle Rock at Temple City — Ramirez (Temple City); Lair (Eagle Rock)
Mar Vista (Imperial Beach) at Gabrielino — Ramirez (Gabrielino); Lair (Gabrielino)
Verdugo Hills at Muir — Ramirez (Muir); Lair (Muir)
Flintridge Prep at Boron — Ramirez (Boron); Lair (Boron)

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