• jcaz

    Amat scored 30 actually

    • SGVFootballFan

      Thats why he said more than 14.

  • http://twitter.com/sgvtrib_Mike Mike Robledo

    Also worth noting, Charter Oak played that game without Andrew Hauser

    • jcaz

      Also, worth noting that the 30 came in the FIRST half, and Amat didnt play with Andrews in that second half.

      So ???

      • http://twitter.com/sgvtrib_Mike Mike Robledo

        point is Charter Oak has damn good defense… and Amat has damn good offense.. addition of Hauser makes that defense better… you and I will agree Amat probably still wins game with Hauser in lineup.. I would like to see Charter Oak play a Vista Murrieta or CC… good luck!

        • BenDoverIE

          They have a decent defense. A “damn good” defense would have not let bottom dweller Ayala score once.

  • Not So Fast My Friend

    That’s an interesting fact, but I don’t think that’s going to hold water now. Whether or not Chapparal does is one thing, but I’m pretty certain Rancho Cucamonga will, and if Charter Oak is fortunate to get as far, Vista Murrieta definitely will.

    It’s playoff time. It’s a new season.

    • greenie

      …. Has anyone learned this lesson yet? Comparative scoring doesn’t work in the playoffs. Area non league games mean nothing, and the pressure is nothing compared what will be at stake friday night. The BA vs CO was a “Blog Talk” Game and nothing more. BA, CO and their opponents will be playing on a different level come Friday night. After what Chapparal faced in their league, CO could be viewed as sort of a relief. Chapparal has to like their draw and their chances. CO better Strap it up. This game has danger written all over it. I would say that VM, CC, Upland, and Rancho, are still the class of the inland. CO got the seed, but If Rancho was in the Sierra, they would be the #4 seed. It would be safe to say the the rest of the inland may not view the Sierra league teams as true inland teams with the exception of Chino Hills,where consistency is the problem. They get blown out by CO then turn around and barely lose to Rancho! Get your Minds right…Get your minds out of the preseason, and get your minds wrapped around the post season, or turn in your gear Saturday.

      • Not So Fast My Friend

        Greenie, I agree with you. Some people think CO is going to run thru Chap like goose soup. Can’t sleep on Chap. Funny thing about teams like Chap, people think that because they have 2-3 L’s somehow they are not a strong team. When you consider who they play against week in, week out, it’s the complete opposite. Take’m likely at your own risk.

        • BA Blues

          This is the exact point that Bishop Amat bloggers have been trying to get other bloggers on here to realize since this blog was created! lol
          I agree…it’s not just about losses but who those losses came to.

          • Not So Fast My Friend

            Yup

          • greenie

            But if those losses are blowouts, then they don’t matter, because anyone can lose by 40-50 pts. If BA or CO or anyone, loses 50-3 to Anyone, you could easily say that any of the other teams can do the same thing. Only close losses should be considered.

    • SGV_FOOTBALL

      I like how you say that Chappy can get it done if not, Rancho will, if not, Vista will take care of business. LOL which round is it going to be?

      • Not So Fast My Friend

        SGV, I said CO better not sleep on Chap. I never said Chap would beat them. Athletically speaking, the potential match up with Rancho will be good, but RC has two good WRs, CO has really only one. I give the edge to RC. However, your bus to the CIF title breaks down at Vista Mur. CO is nowhere talented enough to get past VM and yes, I’d love to see them prove me wrong. But they won’t, ’cause they can’t.

        Face it, you’ll get by Chap if you don’t take them lightly, CO getting by RC is a even bigger challenge. CO getting past VM, well let’s just say, you’d rather take your chances swimming in the ocean wearing pork chop shorts.

  • BenDoverIE

    ChOak will die a quick and painless death at the hands of Chap.

    • SGV_FOOTBALL

      Wow benny your all over CO on all the blogs. Did Big Lou let you ride the bench all through high school?

      • BenDoverIE

        Nope. Not quite. I’m an equal opportunity hater. When I see guys saying this team or that team is the best thing since sliced bread and they are not, I’m gonna call it out. Amat will be done quick, they don’t have the QB to get it done at that level – Sorry Koa lovers, he’s a decent QB… borderig on slightly above average but DEFINITELY NOT “The Real Deal”. He’ll play at D2 or D3. ChOak will be done quicker that Amat, probably no running clocks for them but it won;t be close. Chino Hills actually got a pretty easy draw – comparatively speaking, but teams will go after that QB just like ChOak did and he’ll have the same problem in round two as he had playing ChOak. SH… They know who they are and are not out there pumping their chests, that game will be over in the first half. My team is VM.

        • SGV_FOOTBALL

          All of a sudden we now have VM fans.

  • 12th man

    Charter Oak-28 Chapparal-17

  • WCDan

    Chaparal had a nice win over Oceanside early in the season, they lost to Tesoro
    in a close game, but it turns out Tesoro is not even close to being the Pac 5 power that people thought they would be. Lately Chap hasn’t looked too impressive as they had a close win over Great Oak and followed that with a loss by 10 to Murrietta Valley and a blowout loss to VM. I think they could be vulnerable to CO. CO has been on a roll ever since the Amat loss and has been improving each week, I agree with 12th man CO by 10 or 14.

    • greenie

      The question is how good is Chapparal’s league. If CO was in that league , they are looking at 2nd place of the top, and a possible upset, if there are injuries or hava a bad night. CO is the favorites in this game but the holy calpreps game projector has Charter Oak 26 Chap 19. The Humans Say CO by 14…IDK…This is a tough game for CO.

      • WCDan

        Agreed, Greenie, this is a tough one to call, I say CO by 10 to 14
        pts, but at the same time knowing full well that if the Chapparal that showed up against Oceanside shows up on Friday it could be a first round exit for CO. I hope CO can pull this off, would be nice to see an sgv team make a deep run in the Inland division, I think if they get by Chap, they have a good shot against Rancho C., but thats just my
        speculation, I’m sure CO is not even thinking about next week.
        Good luck to your Wildcats.
        Go WC Bulldogs!!!

        • Greenie

          That’s True! CO needs a win here. The Sierra won’t stay in the inland long if CO keeps Losing. Chino Hills has been the only steadfast in that league. Thanks for the well wish. Same to you and the Bulldogs

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    Football: Still debating Tesoro’s selection over Crespi

    November 6, 2012 | 7:54
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    Perhaps Rob Wigod, the commissioner of the Southern Section, might
    want to have a discussion with the people who helped select the at-large
    teams for the Pac-5 playoffs, because I still haven’t heard anyone say
    that Tesoro deserved the nod over Encino Crespi.

    The big tiebreaker was the decision of a football advisory panel
    deciding that the South Coast League ranked No. 2 behind the Trinity
    League in strength this season. The Serra League was picked fourth best.

    If anyone knows Orange County sports, it’s Steve Fryer of the Register, and he wrote this:

    “Part of the formula that awarded a Pac-5 Division at-large berth to
    Tesoro was the CIF Southern Section Football Coaches Advisory
    Committee’s assessment that the South Coast League, to which Tesoro
    belongs, is a better league than the Serra League.
    The Serra League has three of its five teams in the Pac-5 Division top
    10.

    “Two of the six South Coast teams are in that top 10.
    The Serra League’s last-place team, Loyola of Los Angeles, was 5-1 in
    nonleague games (the loss was to St. John Bosco of Bellflower, which
    later turned into a forfeiture victory for Loyola). So the 44 coaches
    of the panel are wrong.”

    And Cal Preps determined that the Serra League was the strongest in the state. Take a look here.

    – Eric Sondheimer