Star-News Top 10 Football Rankings: South Pasadena makes an entrance; St. Francis leads the way

Former South Hills coach Steve Bogan, now at Maranatha, is working his magic with the Minutemen. (Keith Durflinger/Pasadena Star News)

Former South Hills coach Steve Bogan, now at Maranatha, is working his magic with the Minutemen.
(Keith Durflinger/Pasadena Star News)

STAR-NEWS TOP 10 FOOTBALL RANKINGS
1. St. Francis (4-0) —
No hangover effect vs. Canyon
2. Monrovia (4-1) — Getting a well-deserved break
3. Maranatha (5-0) — Might be 10-0 after regular season
4. San Marino (4-1) — Two weeks to prep for Monrovia
5. La Salle (3-2) — Took out frustration on Duarte
6. Muir (1-3) — Routing Glendale had to feel good
7. Pasadena Poly (4-0) — Got gift-wrapped win over Brentwood
8. La Canada (4-1) — One heckuva nonleague campaign
9. Rio Hondo Prep (2-3) — Some tough losses on resume
10. South Pasadena (3-1) — Allowing just seven points per game

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  • Titan Football Fan

    San Marino on 3rd straight solid year for football. We’re not Monrovia, but it’s fun to have some W’s. Coach Hobbie and his staff do a great job. Central Division is a stretch for all of RHL. Still, SM might get a good draw in the playoffs and win round 1.

    • SGV Football Historian

      I am a Hobbie fan and a Titan fan, but any win in the playoffs will be a tremendous accomplishment for any team coming from the RHL. Monrovia struggled to beat Los Al (which they did) and they (LA) may not even make it out of their own league to the Central division playoffs. MHS’ speed and recent tradition give it a fighting chance and they have several good wins this year, but the rest of the RHL is in trouble….SM can win league and may finish second, but the ENTIRE league does not belong in the Central Division PERIOD! That being said, I sure hope the Titans get a favorable draw and climb that mountain and get an RHL Championship and at least one CIF win! Show mercy on the #3 team from the RHL – that could be UGLY!!!