SoCal Top 25 Scoreboard

Top 25

High School Football America/SoCal Top 25 Scoreboard
October 1-3, 2015

#1 Corona Centennial Huskies beat Valencia 59-7

#2 St. John Bosco Braves –  Idle

#3 Mater Dei Monarchs – Idle

#4 Bishop Amat Lancers beat Crespi 49-7

#5 Mission Viejo Diablos – Idle

#6 Alemany Warriors – Idle

#7 Serra Cavaliers beat Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) 35-20

#8 Long Beach Poly Jackrabbits beat Long Beach Cabrillo 73-7

#9 Oaks Christian Lions beat University 76-8

#10 Narbonne Gauchos beat Los Alamitos 35-28

#11 JSerra Lions – Idle

#12 Orange Lutheran Lancers – Idle

#13 Tesoro Titans beat #25 San Clemente 31-22

#14 Vista Murrieta Broncos beat St. Augustine 36-34

#15 Chaminade Eagles lost to #16 Loyola 31-13

#16 Loyola Cubs beat #15 Chaminade 31-13

#17 St. Bonaventure Seraphs beat Garces Memorial 40-20

#18 Westlake Warriors – Idle

#19 Santa Margarita Eagles  – Idle

#20 Norco Cougars beat Serrano 50-34

#21 La Habra Highlanders – Idle

#22 San Juan Hills Stallions beat Beckman 61-24

#23 Rancho Cucamonga Cougars – Idle

#24 Redlands East Valley Wildcats beat Redlands 52-14

#25 San Clemente Tritons lost to #14 Tesoro 31-22

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Jeff Fisher
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