Charter Oak, St. Francis, La Habra, Damien headline Super 20 High School Football Rankings

TRIBUNE/STAR-NEWS/WHITTIER SUPER 20 FOOTBALL RANKINGS
School, Record, Division

1. Charter Oak (5-0), D-3
If it stays healthy, Division 3 title possible.
2. St. Francis (4-0), D-3
True tests come in the Angelus League.
3. La Habra (3-2), D-2
Thoroughly dominated Colony.
4. Damien (4-1), D-4
No problem rolling past Monrovia.
5. South Hills (3-1), D-7
Played Charter Oak strong for a half.
6. Glendora (3-2), D-4
Back to winning record after dominating West Covina.
7. Los Altos (4-1), D-5
Impressive showing beating Newport Harbor.
8. La Serna (2-3), D-3
Still big favorite to win Del Rio League.
9. Bishop Amat (0-4), D-1
Opens Mission at Loyola, hasn’t lost five straight since 2002.
10. Arroyo (5-0), D-11
Destroyed Gabrielino 56-0.
11. Northview (3-2), D-8
Dominating win over Pomona.
12. Arcadia (2-2). D-11
Clearly a contender in the Pacific after Muir win.
13. San Marino (4-1), D-6
Won four straight since season-opening loss.
14. La Salle (2-3), D-8
Only gets tougher in Angelus League.
15. Schurr (4-1), D-12
Won a thriller over Whittier, 36-35.
16. South El Monte (5-0), D-13
Easy win over Mountain View, 35-8.
17. Muir (2-2), D-9
Couldn’t keep up with Arcadia playmakers.
18. Maranatha (4-1), D-9
Crushed in first loss to Brentwood, 42-3.
19. South Pasadena (4-1), D-2
Finished nonleague with 27-0 blanking of Alhambra.
20. St. Paul (2-2), D-6
Tough 29-28 loss to Warren.

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  • SH-Alum

    Congrats to CO on their victory on Friday against my Huskies. I must say, they are every bit as advertised. With that being said, I am extremely excited about SH Football and they way those boys played. The Defense was flying around and held CO In check. The offense is not far away and just missed on a few big plays. The one part they do need work on is Special Teams, CO gained much momentum on specials and they had short fields to work on. As league play gets closer there is much optimism with these Huskies.

    • guest

      It was a joke that Charter Oak was downgraded to Divsion 5 just two years ago. A gift from the CIF.

      And that a team like Sierra Canyon was in the Mid Valley Division X .. another joke-gift..

      The burning question is, how many divisions downgrade will La Mirada get after this year? Will they be gifted a spot in Division 5 or 6? What about Bishop Amat? division 2 or 3?

      Taking them down to gift a CIF title so the big time program gets more interest? Seems to be a pattern here.

      • AMAT73

        guest ,
        Even though teams lose or win , a lot depends on strength of schedule and a few other factors for movement . CO really does not schedule up that much nor for that matter many of the SGV teams . To get teams to move up like that they would have to win it all a few times or schedule up and beat those higher division teams .For AMAT to go down we would have to lose or have a few bad years before we would see movement down , due the to preseason scheduling and league schedule , those 2 favor AMAT being in D-1 for a while . But Hags and crew keep this up , it may be sooner than we think !!!!!!!!!!! GO AMAT !!!!!!!!!!

        • Valley Athletics

          Good example is Alemnay who went 2-8 last year and 5-5 the year before with no playoffs . They ended second to last in the point system Upland had a decent year in D-1 last year and made the playoffs and dropped .

      • SH-Alum

        We must not forget that Glenn Martinez was the AD at CO and is now an administrator for CIF. You know the good ol boys club will always look out for each other.

        • tanksolot

          Looking out for each other? By moving them up or moving them down?

        • guest

          yes I have seen that also. When the playoffs come some schools get favorable draws and the home games seem to fall from the air for some.

    • tanksolot

      I actually expected the CO offense to be a lot more potent. Hats off to your Huskies. Both defenses were doing a great job.

      • SH-Alum

        I would credit SH defense to be honest. If you look to see what CO offense did in prior games and to see how SH handled them says a lot.

    • JTJ

      Hey SH-Alum. Who’s that #33 kid? Very impressed by him. Spark plug of that defense and is the smallest guy on the field. That defense is solid.

      • SH-Alum

        MLB his name is Tovar, not sure of his first name. Kid has a motor and some passion to the way he plays. The defense has some kids flying around looking to cause damage.

        • Henry

          is Tovar #26?

          • JTJ

            Tovar is #33. Listed @ 5’4 on Maxpreps. Kid can play.

          • SH-Alum

            #26 is Torres, also plays RB

          • Henry

            oh okay thanks I got confused both names start with “t” honest mistake

  • reality

    If going into week 9 and 10 and it looks like your team is going to miss the playoffs the HC may decide to lose those games to get downgraded.