Star-News Super 23 Football Rankings: No changes in top 10; St. Francis still sets the pace

Staff photo by Keith Birmingham

Staff photo by Keith Birmingham

1. St. Francis (7-0) –
The Knights continue to look Golden, enacting on some revenge against Cathedral with a 31-21 win. They host Harvard-Westlake this week, needing a win to set up a first-place showdown at highly-rated Serra.
2. Monrovia (6-1) – The Wildcats have opened Rio Hondo League play by outscoring the opposition, 100-0. Don’t expect any challenge until their regular season finale at San Marino.
3. Muir (6-1) – The Mustangs beat Burbank, 24-17, in a battle of what most believe are the top two teams in the Pacific League. But Muir won’t have the title locked up before beating 1-2 showdowns vs. Arcadia and Crescenta Valley the next two weeks. Go with Muir in both.
4. Rio Hondo Prep (6-1) – The Kares continue to roll, routing Flintridge Prep, 63-22.
5. San Marino (6-1) – The Titans have scored 39 points or more in six of their seven games, including a 55-7 victory over La Canada last week. San Marino looks like Monrovia’s only challenger in both the Rio Hondo League and Mid-Valley Division.
6. La Salle (5-2) – The Lancers followed up last week’s scare with an easy win over Mary Star. They play for the league title this week against Bishop Montgomery/
7. Pasadena Poly (6-0) – Poly off to its best start in recent memory. Not only are the Panthers winning, but winning big. Their season rests next week when they host Rio.
8. Rosemead (6-1) – Matt Koffler’s back with the Panthers, which have put together a six-game win streak.
9. Arcadia (5-2) – The Apaches have taken care of business to put themselves in position to earn a league title and a playoff spot. Now they need to step up against the Pacific League’s best, beginning Friday against favorite Muir.
10. Maranatha (6-2) – The Minutemen enjoyed another blow-out win the Olympic League. They are off until playing for the league title next week vs. Whittier Christian.
The Rest: 11. Gabrielino (5-2), 12. Duarte (3-4), 13. South Pasadena (3-4), 14. La Canada (3-4), 15. Temple City (2-5), 16. San Gabriel (1-6), 17. Pasadena (1-6), 18. Marshall (2-5), 19. Flintridge Prep (0-7), 20. Alhambra (1-6), 21. Keppel (1-6), 22. Bosco Tech (0-8), 23. Blair (0-7).

STAT LEADERS (As reported to
Passing (Comp-Atts-Yards-TDs)

1. Eli Snyder, Maranatha, 146-237-2,186-16
2. Tyler Gangi, St. Francis, 84-154-1,410-16
3. Elijah Peters, Gabrielino, 77-151-1,172-10
4. Joey Harmon, Arcadia, 88-144-1,150-6
5. Will Pyburn, La Salle, 46-87-849-11
6. Andrew Ferraco, San Marino, 37-66-712-11
7. Johnny Bolinger, Rio Hondo Prep, 40-70-709-10
8. Nick Giambalvo, Alhambra, 59-128-610-7
9. Dejon Williams, Muir, 34-51-577-6
10. Michael Bowman, Pasadena Poly, 36-61-540-10
Rushing (Atts-Yards-TDs)
1. Kurt Scoby, Monrovia, 106-1,268-16
2. Andrew Ferraco, San Marino, 111-883-15
3. Griffin Carter, Pasadena Poly, 62-823-13
4. Joe Mudie, St. Francis, 93-762-7
5. Baile McDavid, Maranatha, 88-738-8
6. Stefan Smith, Flintridge Prep, NA-715-10
7. Alec Zavala, Rosemead, 99-692-6
8. Tenny McFarlane, San Marino, 78-668-5
9. Nate Tayco, Rio Hondo Prep, 96-587-9
10. Milan Acquaah, La Salle, 59-499-7
Receiving (Rec.-Yards-TDs)
1. Darron McWhorter, Maranatha, 43-701-6
2. Xavius Boone, Maranatha, 45-684-5
3. Dylan Crawford, St. Francis, 27-558-7
4. Jared Akins, La Salle, 18-465-5
5. Mark Pachorek, Arcadia, 27-410-1
6. Joe Mudie, St. Francis, 23-402-4
7. JP Shohfi, San Marino, 15-375-5
8. Christopher Montoya, Gabrielino, 24-353-2
9. Tyler Spitzer, San Marino, 20-335-7
10. Aidan Yamada, Marantha, 19-318-1

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  • Titan Football Fan

    Off week this week; otherwise known as Blair. Gotta respect a football player that keeps strappin’ it up despite getting pummeled every game. Titans will prepare in practice just like every week — never stop working. TC next week and then Monrovia. Players and coaches will be ready.

  • We’dLike2ThankU,Herbert Hoover

    That’s a very optimistic way of describing Arcadia’s chances. What you said is technically true, but you could have more plausibly said that because they’ve beaten up on the worst three PL teams, they aren’t mathematically eliminated yet. 3-1 is nice at this stage, but when that 1 is a 37 point loss to Burbank, playoffs are pretty unrealistic. I would be very surprised if they won another game this year.

    • Steve Ramirez

      They’ve done what they had to do, beat the teams they should. Now we’ll see if they can step up and beat teams they are not expected to to. They’ll be underdogs in the next three, so we shall see.