• State Bowl Picture

    1 (1 last week). Santa Margarita (Rancho Santa Margarita), 5-0, 74.6
    2. (2) Narbonne (Harbor City), 5-0, 73.6
    3. (4) St. John Bosco (Bellflower), 1-4, 67.6
    4. (3) Vista Murrieta (Murrieta), 5-0, 66.6
    5. (5) St. Bonaventure (Ventura), 5-1, 63.1
    6. (6) Mater Dei (Santa Ana), 4-1, 61.8
    7. (10) Mission Viejo, 6-0, 61.8
    8. (7) Tesoro (Rancho Santa Margarita), 5-0, 61.4
    9. (NR) Oaks Christian (Westlake Village), 5-1, 60.9
    10. (9) Bishop Amat (La Puente), 5-0-1, 60.6

    North Division I
    De La Salle has a healthy lead over Oak Ridge in NorCal Division I and is a solid contender for the Open Division.
    Photo by Brad Kupper
    De La Salle has a healthy lead over Oak Ridge in NorCal Division I and is a solid contender for the Open Division.
    1. (1 last week) De La Salle (Concord), 5-0, 64.1
    2. (2) Oak Ridge (El Dorado Hills), 5-0, 51.8
    3. (5) Serra (San Mateo), 4-0, 50.5
    4. (4) Franklin (Elk Grove), 5-0, 50.4
    5. (8) California (San Ramon), 5-0, 49.9
    6. (3) Elk Grove, 5-0, 48.3
    7. (10) Folsom, 5-0, 44.9
    8. (NR) Burbank (Sacramento), 5-0, 42.3
    9. (7) Archbishop Mitty (San Jose), 3-1, 41.5
    10. (NR) Monte Vista (Danville), 4-1, 41.4

    South Division II
    Serra rebounded from its loss to Narbonne two weeks ago and still holds a slim lead over Edison.
    Photo by Ian Tennant
    Serra rebounded from its loss to Narbonne two weeks ago and still holds a slim lead over Edison.
    1. (1 last week) Serra (Gardena), 4-1, 58.1
    2. (4) Edison (Huntington Beach), 4-1, 56.7
    3. (7) Chaminade (West Hills), 4-1, 54.4
    4. (3) Tustin, 6-0, 55.3
    5. (2) Lompoc, 5-0, 53.5
    6. (NR) Oceanside, 4-1, 50.1
    7. (10) Hart (Newhall), 4-1, 49.6
    8. (6) Cathedral (Los Angeles), 3-2, 48.9
    9. (5) Helix (La Mesa), 3-1, 47.6
    10. (8) La Mirada, 5-1, 46.9

    North Division II
    Placer throttled Woodcreek to stay atop Division III.
    Photo by David Barpal
    Placer throttled Woodcreek to stay atop Division III.
    1. (1 last week) Placer (Auburn), 5-0, 48.1
    2. (2) Concord, 5-0, 40.2
    3. (6) Paradise, 4-1, 38.8
    4. (3) Inderkum (Sacramento), 4-1, 37.8
    5. (4) Oakdale, 4-1, 36.2
    6. (5) Enterprise (Redding), 4-1, 35.2
    7. (7) Los Gatos, 2-2, 32.8
    8. (8-tie) Cosumnes Oaks (Elk Grove), 4-1, 32.5
    9. (8-tie) Rancho Cotate (Rohnert Park), 5-0, 29.0
    10. (NR) American Canyon, 5-0, 26.5

    South Division III
    Nordhoff (shown here last year) blasted San Marcos and still holds a tight advantage over St. Augustine.
    File photo by Robert Curtis
    Nordhoff (shown here last year) blasted San Marcos and still holds a tight advantage over St. Augustine.
    1. (1 last week) Nordhoff (Ojai), 6-0, 40.2
    2. (2) St. Augustine (San Diego), 4-1, 39.2
    3. (6) Madison (San Diego), 4-1, 30.7
    4. (7) Monrovia, 3-2, 29.5
    5. (8) Wasco, 5-0, 27.0
    6. (3) Valley Center, 3-2, 26.2
    7. (9) Imperial, 4-1, 26.1
    8. (4) Mission Oak (Tulare), 4-1, 25.6
    9. (5) Paraclete (Lancaster), 5-1, 25.7
    10. (10) Ontario Christian, 5-0, 24.9

    North Division III
    El Cerrito registered its fifth blowout victory of the season and has a favorable route to the section playoffs.
    Photo by Ed Oswalt
    El Cerrito registered its fifth blowout victory of the season and has a favorable route to the section playoffs.
    1. (1 last week) El Cerrito, 6-0, 42.7
    2. (4) West Valley (Cottonwood), 5-0, 38.3
    3. (2) Marin Catholic (Kentfield), 5-1, 35.5
    4. (3) Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa), 5-0, 35.0
    5. (5) Sutter, 5-0, 33.3
    6. (NR) Ripon, 6-0, 30.8
    7. (8) Campolindo (Moraga), 5-1, 30.0
    8. (7) Analy (Sebastopol), 6-0, 28.9
    9. (10) Seaside, 4-0, 28.7
    10. (6) Bishop O’Dowd (Oakland), 4-1, 28.3

    South Division IV
    Sierra Canyon inched closer to Mission Prep.
    Photo by Dustin Jack
    Sierra Canyon inched closer to Mission Prep.
    1. (1 last week) Mission Prep (San Luis Obispo), 6-0, 32.4
    2. (2) Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth), 5-0, 31.4
    3. (3) Rio Hondo Prep (Arcadia), 4-1, 27.3
    4. (4) Bishop Diego (Santa Barbara), 5-0, 27.3
    5. (5) Parker (San Diego), 3-1, 19.0
    6. (7) Christian (El Cajon), 4-1, 17.1
    7. (6) Santa Fe Christian (Solana Beach), 2-3, 16.3
    8. (9) St. Margaret’s (San Juan Capistrano), 4-1, 16.0
    9. (8) Boron, 5-1, 12.8
    10. (10) Bakersfield Christian, 4-1, 12.2

    North Division IV
    Central Catholic is running away with the top D-IV spot currently.
    Photo by Mark Bahrenfuss
    Central Catholic is running away with the top D-IV spot currently.
    1. (1 last week) Central Catholic (Modesto), 4-2, 35.1
    2. (2) Valley Christian (Dublin), 4-1, 22.0
    3. (4) McClymonds (Oakland), 2-3, 19.8
    4. (3) Ferndale, 4-1, 18.4
    5. (5) Modesto Christian, 3-3, 12.6
    6. (6) Portola, 5-0, 10.2
    7. (9) Capital Christian (Sacramento), 4-1, 5.1
    8. (7) Pierce (Arbuckle), 5-0, 3.4
    9. (10) Trinity (Weaverville), 3-2, 2.4
    10. (NR) Chester, 5-0, 1.6

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  • SGV FOOTBALL

    Aram,

    You are hilarious, you are already trying to dictate the tone of the blog. You haven’t even posted the Saturday Morning QB and you are saying that the CO fans are going to be lobbying to be #1!

    No CO fan in their right mind would say that CO deserves the #1 spot (Unless your a Monrovia Honk! LOL) in the polls since we lost to the #1 team. We had our chance and blew it.

    Ceee-Ohhh!

  • Green Pastures aka Monrovia Honk

    SGV thanks for the press! CO wins by 30 and the first thing that comes out your mouth is lil ol Monrovia…

    Thanks.

  • SGV FOOTBALL

    Greenie,

    Lets get one thing straight and that is that I was talking about the Monrovia fans and not the Monrovia football team.

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