Tribune Super 32 Rankings: Amat, Charter Oak, Bonita, Glendora, Northview are top 5

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TRIBUNE SUPER 32 FOOTBALL RANKINGS
1. Bishop Amat (4-1)
— It would take injuries to just about every impact player for Amat to lose its grip on No. 1 in the Valley. There is no debate.
2. Charter Oak (4-1) — Everything clicked in a 28-7 victory over Glendora, and now it has a bye before opening the Hacienda with undefeated Chino.
3. Bonita (5-0) — Undefeated heading into its bye week before a mammoth Palomares league opener against undefeated Claremont.
4. Glendora (3-1) – Looked unispired and not that good against emotionally charged Charter Oak.
5. Northview (4-1) — Easy win over La Sierra, and now has a bye before getting set to defend Valle Vista league title.
6. Diamond Ranch (4-1) — Won four straight since a season-opening 7-0 loss to South Hills.
7. Diamond Bar (4-1) — Answered first loss with a solid 27-13 victory over Cypress.
8. West Covina (2-3) — Don’t look at their pre-season record, will likely come down to West Covina and Charter Oak in the Hacienda.
9. Los Altos (3-2) — In back-to-back step-up games against Glendora and Monrovia, Los Altos lost both.
10. San Dimas (2-2) — Played well for a half, then it was all Bonita in the Smudge.
The Rest: 11. Damien (2-2); 12. Pomona (3-2), 13. Arroyo (3-2), 14. Ganesha (4-1), 15. Bassett (3-1), 16. South Hills (1-4), 17. Baldwin Park (2-3); 18. Covina (2-2); 19. Mountain View (3-2), 20. El Monte (3-2), 21. Sierra Vista (2-2), 22. Rosemead (1-4), 23. Walnut (1-4), 24. Nogales (2-2), 25. Rowland (1-3); 26. Gladstone (1-3); 27. Wilson (2-2); 28. Azusa (0-4); 29. La Puente (1-4); 30. South El Monte (0-5); 31. Duarte (0-4); 32. Workman (1-3).

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  • Ray_Morehart

    When was the last time Ganesha and Bassett were ranked ahead of South Hills?! NEVER?! Oh, how the mighty have fallen. The Palomares League is going to be extremely tough for them. At this point, scoring more than 7 points in a game is an achievement.

    • Spam Burger

      Maybe during the Marshawn Thompson era.

    • Colt74

      1- 9 or at the best 2-8 is where I see them at seasons end. No playoffs.

      • Ray_Morehart

        At the absolute best, they beat Ayala. Other than that, they beat no one. I just don’t see it happening.

  • Spock

    Will not be surprised if Chino scores points against Charter Oak. Might not beat them but will score and may be a track meet.

    • MoreKetchup

      I really liked Chino last year and would be surprised if they didn’t pull off another Hacienda League upset like they did last year.

      • Tan K Solot

        Beating LA last season must have been a fluke. Hard to explain that one. Chino did have a running back that was dangerous. Is he the same RB this season?

        • MoreKetchup

          From their MaxPreps stats, it seems as though it is the same RB, still averaging 10 ypc on 67 carries. They are favoring Running Back by committee it seems, and it worked against a weak schedule. They were still an okay team and could have made the playoff in a lot of other leagues.

  • reality

    What is kind of interesting is that in 2014 South Hills, Glendora, Ayala and Claremont were moved down from division II to the Palomares and poor Bonita and Diamond Bar were supposed to never to see the playoffs again. How bout that.