Soccer Rankings: Sierra Vista boys remain undefeated, Diamond Bar, Los Altos girls meet today


1. Sierra Vista (16-0-2) — Trying to go undefeated in the regular season with a tough test Thursday at Duarte.
2. Damien (11-3-3) – Can all but secure Sierra League title with a victory over Claremont on Friday.
3. Diamond Bar (14-6-1) — Leading the Hacienda with big game against Diamond Ranch on Thursday.
4. El Monte (11-1-0) – Took it to Arroyo in the rematch, 4-2, to take control of MVL.
5. Arroyo (9-3-3) – Not a good week for the Knights, losing to Mountain View and El Monte.
6. Northview (13-3-2) — Can officially say the biggest surprise of the season by bar.
7. Baldwin Park (12-4-2) – Will host Northview next week for the Valle Vista league title.
Sets the tone in Valle Vista
8. Diamond Ranch (11-4-4) — Can get back in title race with a victory over Diamond Bar, Thursday.
9. Bishop Amat (8-5-3) — Trying to taste the CIF playoffs for the first time in a long time.
10. Duarte (12-5) — Gets big rematch at home with Sierra Vista on Thursday.

1. Mario Saenz, Sierra Vista, 25
2. Sebastian Ocampo, Sierra Vista, 21
3. Andre Gamboa, Diamond Bar, 19
4. Michael Flores, Sierra Vista, 12
5t. Guy Horcasitas, Diamond Bar, 11
5t. Evan Ball, Glendora, 11
5t. Federico Hurtado, Charter Oak, 11
5t. Jacob Bianchessi, Damien, 11
9t. Manuel Medina, Los Altos, 9
9t. Kelly Craft, Diamond Bar, 9

1. South Hills (14-2-2) – Only losses to powerful Chino Hills. Will find out if it can hold on to second in Sierra with St. Lucy’s, Claremont, Ayala chasing them.
2. Bishop Amat (15-5-3) — On the road at St. Joseph’s today for sole possession of first in the Del Rey.
3. Los Altos (13-2-3) — Can take control of the Hacienda with a victory at home against defending champion Diamond Bar today.
4. Diamond Bar (13-3-3) — Big slip-up losing to Bonita in overtime.
5. Sierra Vista (15-3-0) — Enough practicing in the Montview, Dons are ready for the playoffs.
6. San Dimas (11-6-0) — Saints clinched the Valle Vista league and are ready for another post-season run.
7. St. Lucy’s (8-10-2) – Overall record ugly, but that’s the price for a tough non-league schedule and playing in the Sierra.
8. Charter Oak (8-10-0) – Before you wonder why the Chargers are still ranked, just look at their pre-league resume.
9. Wilson (10-8-3) – With Cal Poly Pomona bound Allison Kung, the Wildcats could do some damage in the playoffs.
10. South El Monte (6-3-1) — In first-place tie with Gabrielino for the MVL lead.

Goal Scoring Leaders
1. Jessica Lopez, Sierra Vista, 21
2. Jaline Miranda, Azusa, 20
3. Alison Kung, Wilson, 19
4t. Hailey Zerbel, South Hills, 17
4t. Sofia Serafin, Bishop Amat, 17
6. Samantha Verduzco, Los Altos, 16
7. Daisy Ruiz, Sierra Vista, 14
8. Alejandra Vargas, Sierra Vista, 12
9t. Jackie Zermeno, South Hills 11
9t. Ashley Bell, Diamond Bar, 11

Baseline League
Del Rey League
Hacienda League
Mission Valley League
Montview League
Sierra League
Valle Vista League

Baseline League
Del Rey League
Hacienda League
Mission Valley League
Montview League
Sierra League
Valle Vista League

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  • JamesJ

    My prediction for LA vs. DB. LA wins 1-0 on a late regulation goal to lock up the league title! Either way…it’ll be a great game!
    You gonna be there Fred?

    • FredJ

      I’m gonna be there, just tweeted out my prediction, 2-1 Diamond Bar

      • Soccer Fan

        2-0 LA wins

      • JamesJ

        Looks like Fred is the lone Brahma fan today.

        LA has one of the stingiest defenses in the area allowing only 10 goals in 13 games and recording ELEVEN shutouts this year!! And DB has really been struggling to find their offensive as of late. Do you really think that LA’s god-awful pitch is where their going to find their finishing touch all of a sudden?
        Fun Fact of the Day….Diamond Bar’s last two games were vs Bonita and West Covina during which they scored only ONE goal. Vs. the same two teams The Conquerors scored TWELVE times (SIX goals on each team!!!) Hmmmmmmmmm…

        • Wells

          Diamond Bar has the defense to keep them in the game. Most league shutouts and lowest number of goals allowed in league.
          On that field anything can happen. It is narrow and the surface is so lumpy that a bad bounce could easily decide this game.
          If LA plays for the tie to stay three points ahead, DB will win this one. Too bad a game this important has to be played there.


    LA wins 2-1