High School Football America Southern California Top 25 – Week 7

SoCal Top 25

The game that everyone has been waiting for since last December will be played this Friday when No. 1 Mater Dei takes No. 2 St. John Bosco in what may the first of two match-ups between the two this year.  Last year, Mater Dei beat Bosco during the regular season to snap the Braves run of four straight Trinity League titles.  Bosco then beat the Monarchs in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 championship game.

Both teams are currently ranked in the High School Football America Top 100 national rankings — Mater Dei No. 1 and St. John Bosco at No. 15

Related: Top 100

The other two Trinity League match-ups this week are inner-Top 25 games — No. 8 JSerra plays No. 13 Orange Lutheran and No. 14 Servite plays No. 16 Santa Margarita.

No. 3 Corona Centennial will also have a Top 25 match-up against cross-town rival Corona Santiago, ranked No. 23 in the new rankings that are created with our proprietary algorithm.

The biggest mover in the new rankings is Upland, which climbs from No. 17 to No. 9 after its 30-23 win over former No. 8 Rancho Cucamonga.  The Cougars fall to No. 11.

There’s one newcomer this week — La Habra enters the rankings at No. 25. The Highlanders only losses have been to Upland and No. 4 Mission Viejo.

High School Football America Southern California Top 25

No. 1 Mater Dei Monarchs (6-0), LW: #1

This Week: vs. No. 2 St. John Bosco

No. 2. St. John Bosco Braves (5-1), LW: #2

This Week: vs. No. 1 Mater Dei

No. 3 Corona Centennial Huskies (4-1), LW: #3

This Week: No. 23 Corona Santiago

No. 4 Mission Viejo Diablos (7-0), LW: #4

This Week: San Juan Hills

No. 5 Chaminade Eagles (5-1), LW: #5

This Week: Loyola

No. 6 Long Beach Poly Jackrabbits (5-1), LW: #6

This Week: Compton

No. 7 Narbonne Gauchos (3-3), LW: #7

This Week: Banning (Wilmington)

No. 8 JSerra Lions (6-0), LW: #9

This Week: No. 13 Orange Lutheran

No. 9 Upland Highlanders (6-0), LW: #17

This Week: Damien

No. 10 Calabasas Coyotes (6-0), LW: #10

This Week: Sierra Canyon

No. 11 Rancho Cucamonga Cougars (5-1), LW: #8

This Week: Los Osos

No. 12 Valencia Vikings (5-1), LW: #12

This Week: Golden Valley

No. 13 Orange Lutheran Lancers (5-1), LW: #13

This Week: No. 8 JSerra

No. 14 Servite Friars (5-1), LW: #14

This Week: No. 16 Santa Margarita

No. 15 San Clemente Tritons (6-0), LW: #16

This Week: Tesoro

No. 16 Santa Margarita Eagles (4-2), LW: #16

This Week: No. 14 Servite

No. 17 Serra Cavaliers (Gardena) (3-3), LW: #11

This Week: Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks)

No. 18 Oaks Christian Lions (5-2), LW: #18

This Week: Idle

No. 19 Heritage Patriots (5-1), LW: #19

This Week: Elsinore

No. 20 Paraclete Spirits (6-1), LW: #20

This Week: Viewpoint

No. 21 Citrus Hill Hawks (5-1), LW: No. 21

This Week: West Valley

No. 22 Edison Chargers (4-2), LW: #22

This Week: Newport Harbor

No. 23 Corona Santiago Sharks (5-1), LW: No. 23

This Week: No. 3 Corona Centennial

No. 24 Murrieta Valley Nighthawks (4-2), LW: No. 24

This Week: Chaparral

No. 25 La Habra Highlanders (4-2), LW: NR

This Week: Troy

Dropped-out: No. 25 Westlake Warriors

On the bubble: Antelope Valley (4-2), Aquinas (6-0), Bishop Amat (2-4), Cajon (5-1), Cathedral (5-1), Capistrano Valley (7-0), Charter Oak (6-0), Lompoc (7-0), Loyola (4-3), Norco (3-3) Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) (5-2), Oxnard (6-1), Quartz Hill (6-0), Roosevelt (Eastvale) (4-2), Sierra Canyon (5-1), Westlake (5-2)

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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