New All-Encompassing SGV(N) Top 25 heading into Week 5 …

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St. Francis ready to rock in M-Town.

1. Bishop Amat (4-1) — St. Paul only satisfied masochistic Amat fans.
2. Chino Hills (4-1) — Averaging nearly 42 points per game.
3. St. Francis (4-0) — Pulled away late from a decent Damien team.
4. La Habra (4-1) — Overall, a solid nonleague showing.
5. Monrovia (4-0) — Got revenge in style vs. South Hills.
6. Glendora (4-0) — Cardiac Tartans getting it done late.
7. Los Altos (4-0) — Had a bye to scout D-Ranch.
8. Diamond Ranch (4-1) — Very well put together team.
9. La Serna (3-2) — Beat Westlake, lose to Norco. Same as ’12.
10. Diamond Bar (4-1) — Bonita win showed something.
11. Santa Fe (3-1) — We’ll see what’s up vs. Chaparral.
12. Bonita (3-2) — Has to hope everyone takes turns in league.
13. South Hills (2-2) — Counting days til Alex Powell is eligible.
14. Muir (3-1) — Opened league with easy rout of Hoover.
15. Ayala (2-2) — Looks awfully dangerous in Sierra.
16. West Covina (2-3) — Sloppy offense better get going.
17. Whittier Chr. (3-2) — No match for Salesian.
18. Arroyo (3-1) — Could be looking at 9-1 season.
19. Damien (2-2) — Hung with St. Francis for a while.
20. San Dimas (1-4) — Ready to get on a roll.
21. Rio Hondo Prep (4-1) — Bye week to prep for the Prep.
22. San Marino (3-1) — Averaging 57 points per game.
23. Pomona (5-0) — Hasn’t beaten a team with a winning record.
24. Northview (4-1) — Could still finish 9-1.
25. Baldwin Park (4-0) — Opens VVL with Nogales.

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#Scoby3000: South Hills hoping to put clamps on Scoby … 2,388 needed for 3,000

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Scoby’s yards to date: 612
History: 142 yards vs. Ayala
287 yards vs. Arcadia
183 yards vs. San Dimas
Needed for 3,000: 2,388
This week’s opponent: South Hills
Games left: Seven regular season + playoffs.

South Hills coach Albert Rodriguez on stopping Scoby: “I could live with giving him 90-100 yards, but we just can’t give him that huge night. With a back like Scoby, you’re not realistically thinking you’re going to shut him down. What you want to do is contain him and keep him bottled up. You don’t want him to have a 300-yard night on you.”

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NEW All-Encompassing SGV(N) Top 25 going into Week 3 …

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Amat Super Sophs set to own the Valley for next three years.

1. Bishop Amat (3-1) — Proved Valley supremacy once again.
2. Chino Hills (3-1) — Defense can’t stop air, but the offense is too good
3. St. Francis (3-0) — Trounced La Mirada. M-Town showdown looms.
4. La Habra (3-1) — Got reality check against Mission Viejo.
5. Monrovia (3-0) — Sans QB Potts, ‘Cats worked hard to beat SD.
6. Los Altos (4-0) — Perfect still, but many question schedule strength.
7. Glendora (3-0) — Two OT wins … now here comes Charter Oak.
8. La Serna (3-1) — Knocked off Westlake once again. Impressive.
9. Bonita (3-1) — Worked harder than most expected vs. Claremont.
10. South Hills (2-1) — Can they beat Monrovia in M-Town?
11. Santa Fe (3-1) — Got handled by Santiago, but hey …
12. West Covina (2-2) — Nobody can slow CH right now.
13. Diamond Ranch (3-1) — Opens league with West Covina. Nice!
14. Whittier Chr. (3-1) — Got humbled by St. Margaret’s.
15. Diamond Bar (3-1) — We’re about to find out about Brahmas.
16. Muir (2-1) — Hung a 70-spot on Verdugo Hills.
17. Charter Oak (0-3) — Are they still favored over Glendora?
18. Ayala (2-2) — Proving to be a quality team.
19. Damien (2-1) — Will get tested for class vs. St. Francis.
20. Arroyo (3-1) — Better strength of sked than Northview.
21. Northview (4-0) — Huge showdown with San Dimas looms.
22. Rio Hondo Prep (3-1) — Righted ship after Mission Prep loss.
23. Pomona (4-0) — Looking to end years of futility vs. Covina.
24. Baldwin Park (4-0) — Wins keep rolling in.
25. San Marino (2-1) — Averaging 54 points per game.

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