Tribune Super 32 Football Rankings: Glendora takes over top spot; Charter Oak drops to No. 5

PrepXtra Live Rewind following Week 4 of the High School Football season.

1. Glendora (3-1) — Back to back victories over Los Altos and Charter Oak and the hottest team at the moment. Yup, they’re deserving of No. 1
2. Bishop Amat (2-3) — During the regular 10-game season Bishop Amat has never lost three straight during the Steve Hagerty era. They’re in danger of that now.
3. San Dimas (3-1) — Saints already knocked off then-No. 1 Central Diamond Bar. Would prove a lot more if they beat rival Bonita in Smudgepot Thursday.
4. Damien (3-1) — Starting to look more comfortable and a good chance to go 4-1 at Ayala next.
5. Charter Oak (2-3) — Not the Central Division favorite we thought they were.
6. Bonita (3-1) — With a week to rest will Bonita beat San Dimas for the second straight year?
7. Diamond Ranch (4-1) — Strong pre-season showing and way to close over solid El Rancho squad.
8. Pomona (3-2) — Solid blow-out win over Montclair. Looking like a factor in the Mid-Valley.
9. Los Altos (2-3) — If you’re a Los Altos fan the only good from back-to-back losses to Glendora and Monrovia is that they were extremely competitive in both.
10. West Covina (3-2) — Bulldogs are blowing out the teams they’re supposed to blow out.
THE REST: 11. Northview (4-1); 12. Diamond Bar (3-2), 13. Arroyo (4-1), 14. La Puente (3-2); 15. Covina (2-2); 16. Walnut (2-3); 17. Bassett (3-2); 18. Ganesha (3-2); 19. South Hills (1-4), 20. Baldwin Park (2-2); 21. Azusa (1-2); 22. Rosemead (1-4), 23. Rowland (2-2); 24. Duarte (1-4); 25. El Monte (1-4), 26. Wilson (1-3); 27. South El Monte (0-4), 28. Nogales (1-3), 29. Sierra Vista (1-3), 30. Mountain View (0-4), 31. Workman (1-3), 32. Gladstone (0-4).

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  • reality

    I agree with you Fred on both counts. Amat has the skill guys and the home field advantage, all they have to bring now is the desire. No more playing for a tie. Bonita to often collapses like a hot air balloon when they play real competition except when they play San Dimas.Both having bye weeks and coach Z having extra film time plus with San Dimas much bigger than Bohi this year, edge SD. SD had Monrovia beat, Bonita lost to Monrovia by 4 tds.

  • OldTart

    In regards to Glendora at #1 “Yup, they’re deserving” really means….ehhh I’m not sure, BUT maybe I’ll sell you on it!!!!

  • Valley Athletics

    Fred Amat lost 3 games straight last year .