Bishop Amat transfer Andrew Hauser to make Charter Oak debut on Thursday vs. Glendora …

Andrew Hauser, the offensive lineman turned linebacker, who transferred from Bishop Amat to Charter Oak last season will have his eligibility restored on Thursday when the Chargers take on Glendora at Citrus College.

It’s unclear whether Hauser will play on the offensive line for Charter Oak, but he will certainly be used on defense where he figures to be among the Valley’s top players.

Hauser was forced to sit out one year from the date of his transfer per CIF’s previous transfer rules.

Aram’s take: By all accounts, this kid is a beast. CO’s already stout defense is going to get a boost. The Chargers have a chance to win the Sierra League, but that means being good enough to slow a team like Chino Hills on Oct. 5. Hauser will no doubt help in that department. The Chargers may have taken a PR hit with their loss to Amat, but this team has a chance to be very scary by November.

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All-Encompassing SGV(N) Top 25 heading into Week 4

Now you know why we put Frankie on the cover.

1. Bishop Amat (3-0-1) — One last bit of business in the nonleague on Friday vs. St. Paul.
2. La Serna (4-0) — Who’d have thought it would be Lancers putting Southeast on the map?
3. Chino Hills (2-1-1) — Had West Covina put away by halftime. Great Oak next.
4. La Mirada (3-1) — Hard to believe that Mats are no longer the Southeast headliner.
5. Ayala (4-0) — Several teams in the Sierra can’t wait to find out how good ‘Dogs are.
6. Charter Oak (2-1) — Above all, Chargers learned they need to handle adversity better.
7. Damien (1-1) — Sparty got a week off when they really didn’t need it. Really.
8. St. Franics (2-1) — Gave strong La Mirada team a good run.
9. Monrovia (2-1) — Handled San Dimas, but ‘Cats need to clean up sloppiness.
10. West Covina (2-2) — Bulldogs could really use some Hacienda confidence builders.
11. San Dimas (3-1) — Saints still going to be way too much for Valle Vista to handle.
12. St. Paul (1-2) — Swordsmen saw first hand just what a challenge Amat will be.
13. South Hills (2-1) — Huskies had week off to get ready for Monrovia challenge.
14. Rio Hondo Prep (3-1) — As it stands, Arcadia is actually weakest team on nonleague.
15. Diamond Ranch (3-1) — Here’s your Hacienda League darkhorse (title contender).
16. Los Altos (3-1) — Bubble somewhat burst by Chino. D-Bar in Hacienda opener looms.
17. San Marino (3-0) — Have outscored opponents 120-21.
18. La Salle (4-0) — 63-7 over Maranatha! Wow!
19. California (3-0) — Still hard to tell just how serious to take Condors in Del Rio.
20. Gladstone (3-0) — OK, this game this week vs. La Puente is HUGE!
21. Glendora (2-1) — Gave Ayala a good run, which is actually saying something.
22. El Rancho (3-1) — Del Rio flavor of the week (like Whittier was last week).
23. Gabrielino (4-0) — 4-0 is 4-0 … but I’m still not picking Eagles in the MVL just yet.
24. Whittier (2-1) — Followed Whittier Chr. win with a real dud vs. Norwalk.
25. El Monte (2-2) — Win over Covina keeps Lions above C-Town and La Puente.

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