CIF Volleyball polls

No real changes this week, as REV stays atop D2-AA. Aquinas breaks into the D4-AA rankings after a strong start to the season.

1. Santa Barbara
2. Dos Pueblos
3. Marymount
4. El Dorado
5. Laguna Beach
6. Huntington Beach
7. El Toro
8. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame
9. West Ranch
10. Rancho Cucamonga
Others receiving consideration: Arroyo Grande, Saugus

1. Redlands East Valley
2. Corona del Mar
3. South Torrance
4. Beckman
5. Bishop Montgomery
6. St Lucy’s
7. Lakewood St. Joseph
8. South Hills
9. Walnut
10. North Torrance
Others receiving consideration: Corona Centennial, Riverside Poly, Corona Santiago, Chino Hills

1. La Canada
2. La Reina
3. Troy
4. Elsinore
5. Oaks Christian
6. Oak Park
7. Oxnard
8. St. Bonaventure
9. Fullerton
10. La Habra

1. Campbell Hall
2. Bonita
3. Brentwood
4. Quartz Hill
5. Warren
6. Downey
7. Santa Ynez
8. Granite Hills
9. Village Christian
10. Palm Springs
Others receiving consideration: Palm Desert, Los Altos, Cerritos Valley Christian

1. Mayfield
2. Santa Monica
3. Pasadena
4. Cerritos
5. La Mirada
6. Ganesha
7. San Gabriel
8. Chadwick
9. Gabrielino
10. Webb
Others receiving consideration: Beverly Hills, Bell Gardens

1. Whittier Christian
2. St Margaret’s
3. Laguna Blanca
4. Calvary Murrieta
5. Arrowhead Christian
6. Sage Hill
7. Windward
8. Ontario Christian
9. Viewpoint
10. Aquinas
Others receiving consideration: Paraclete, Jurupa Valley, Gardena Serra, St. Monica

1. Upland Christian
2. Nordhoff
3. Riverside Notre Dame
4. Frazier Mountain
5. Gladstone
6. Xavier Prep
7. Desert Christian/BD
8. Big Bear
9. Twentynine Palms
10. Yucca Valley
Others receiving consideration: Alverno, La Sierra Academy

Week 4 CIF-SS polls

The latest polls. Kaiser makes a big jump in the Eastern Division after its victory over Cajon Friday.

1. Rancho Cucamonga
2. Upland
3. Elsinore
4. Colton
5. Colony
6. Chino Hills
7. Cajon
8. Etiwanda
9. Ayala
10. Arroyo Valley
Others receiving consideration: Claremont, Glendora

1. Perris Citrus Hill
2. Kaiser
3. San Jacinto
4. Rim of the World
5. Palm Springs
6. Barstow
7. Palm Desert
8. Serrano
9. Victor Valley
10. La Quinta
Others receiving consideration: Granite Hills, Riverside Notre Dame, Coachella Valley, Riverside Norte Vista, Hesperia, Silverado

1. St. Margaret’s
2. Santa Paula
3. Kern Valley
4. Aquinas
5. Campbell Hall
6. Sierra Canyon
7. Frazier Mountain
8. Brentwood
9. Villanova Prep
10. Sage Hill
Others receiving consideration: Grace Brethren, Maranatha, Ontario Christian


1. Redlands East Valley
2. Temecula Chaparral
3. Corona Centennial
4. Vista Murrieta
5. Norco
6. Moreno Valley Rancho Verde
7. Riverside North
8. Riverside Arlington
9. Corona Roosevelt
10. Redlands
Others receiving consideration: Temecula Great Oak, Murrieta Valley

U.S. Army to visit Kaiser next Monday

The U.S. Army All-American Game selection tour is stopping locally a next Monday, as they’ll be swinging by Kaiser High School according to a press release sent earlier today. They will hold a ceremony at 11:43 a.m. with a pep rally to announce the selection of a player to the game, which will be held January 9 in San Antonio, Texas. A jersey will be presented to the player.

The release didn’t indicate who the player would be, but the easy money is on Kaiser LB Josh Shirley – a four-star recruit by both and Shirley, who had 17 sacks a year ago and is the anchor of a ferocious Cats defense, has scholarship offers from around the country and is down to a final 8 of USC, UCLA, California, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Miami (Fla.), Arizona and Washington.

This will be the second stop in the IE for the tour, as it stopped at Rancho Verde High School last week to present 5-star DE Ronald Powell with an invitation. Arroyo Valley’s Michael Philipp, now a freshman at Oregon State, played in the game last year.