2015 CIF-Southern Section Preseason Rankings

CIF Southern Section

The CIF-Southern Section has released its preseason divisional rankings. 

You can see the Top 10 in each division below.

CENTRAL DIVISION
RANK, SCHOOL, (LEAGUE)
1. Colony (Mt. Baldy)
2. Glendora (Palomares)
3. Charter Oak (Hacienda)
4. Kaiser (Sunkist)
5. West Covina (Hacienda)
6. San Marino (Rio Hondo)
7. Monrovia (Rio Hondo)
8. Bonita (Palomares)
9. Summit (Sunkist)
10. Ayala (Palomares)

EASTERN DIVISION
1.Palm Springs (Desert Valley)
2. Serrano (Mojave River)
3. Oak Hills (Mojave River)
4. La Quinta/LQ (Desert Valley)
5. Norte Vista (River Valley)
6. Moreno Valley (Mountain Valley)
7. Silverado (Desert Sky)
8. Barstow *(Desert Sky)
9. Hesperia (Mojave River)
10. Palm Desert (Desert Valley)
EAST VALLEY DIVISION

1. St. Margaret’s (Academy)

2. Grace Brethren (Frontier)
3. St. Anthony (Santa Fe)
T4. Saddleback Valley Chr (San Joaquin)
T4. St. Genevieve (Santa Fe)
6. Desert (Desert Mountain)
7. Capistrano Valley Christian (San Jaoquin)
8. Brethren Christian (Academy)
9. Calvary Murrieta (South Valley)
T10. St. Monica Catholic (Santa Fe)
T10. Santa Paula (Frontier)
INLAND DIVISION

1. Redland East Valley (Citrus Belt)

2. Heritage (Sunbelt)
3. Citrus Hill (Mountain Pass)
4. Carter (Citrus Belt)
5. Riverside Poly (Inland Valley)
6. Rancho Verde (Inland Valley)
7. Cajon (Citrus Belt)
8. San Gorgonio (San Andreas)
9. Redlands (Citrus Belt)
10. Paloma Valley (Sunbelt)
MID-VALLEY DIVISION

1. Paraclete (Gold Coast)

2. Sierra Canyon (Gold Coast)
3. Pomona (Miramonte)
4. Northview (Valle Vista)
5. San Dimas (Valle Vista)
6. Viewpoint (Gold Coast)
7. Bell Gardens (Almont)
8. Brentwood (Gold Coast)
9. Montebello (Almont)
10. Baldwin Park (Montview)
NORTHERN DIVISION

1. Paso Robles (Pac-5)

2. Arroyo Grande (Pac-5)
3. Thousand Oaks (Camino)
4. Atascadero (Pac-5)
5. Newbury Park (Camino)
6. Camarillo (Camino)
7. Lompoc (Los Padres)
8. Palmdale (Golden)
9. Nordhoff ( Tri-Valley)
10. St. Joseph/SM (Los Padres)
NORTHWEST DIVISION

1. Nipomo (Northern)

2. Templeton (Northern)
3. Linfield Christian (Ambassador)
4. Shadow Hills (De Anza)
5. Arrowhead Christian (Ambassador
6. Maranatha (Olympic)
7. Heritage Christian (Olympic)
8. Mission Prep (Northern)
9. Morro Bay (Northern)
10. Pasadena Poly (Prep)
PAC-5 DIVISION

1. Centennial/Cor (Big VIII)
2. St John Bosco (Trinity)
3. Bishop Amat (Mission)
4. Santa Margarita (Trinity)
5. Mater Dei (Trinity)
6. LB Poly (Moore)
7. Crespi (Mission)
8. Alemany (Mission)
9. Orange Lutheran (Trinity)
10. Servite (Trinity)
SOUTHEAST DIVISION

1. Downey (San Gabriel Valley)

2. La Mirada (Suburban)
3. Cathedral (Angelus)
4.St. Francis (Angelus)
5. La Serna (Del Rio)
6. Paramount (San Gabriel Valley)
7. Crescenta Valley (Pacific)
8. Dominguez (San Gabriel Valley)
9. Salesian (Angelus)
10. El Rancho (Del Rio)
SOUTHERN DIVISION

1. Garden Grove (Garden Grove)

2. Brea Olinda (North Hills)
3. Canyon/A (North Hills)
4. El Modena (North Hills)
5. Westminster (Golden West)
6. Calvary Chapel/SA (Orange Coast)
7. Rancho Alamitos (Garden Grove)
8. Los Amigos (Garden Grove)
9. Estancia (Orange Coast)
10. Katella (Orange)
SOUTHWEST DIVISION

1. San Clemente (Sea View)

2. La Habra (Freeway)
3. Trabuco Hills (Sea View)
4. Villa Park (Crestview)
5. Corona del Mar (Pacific Coast)
6. Capistrano Valley (Sea View)
7. Buena Park (Freeway)
8. Foothill (Crestview)
9. Troy (Freeway)
10. Sonora (Freeway)
WESTERN DIVISION

1. Palos Verdes (Bay)

2. Ventura (Channel)
3. West Torrance (Pioneer)
4. Oxnard (Pacific View)
5. North Torrance (Pioneer)
6. Redondo Union (Bay)
7. Rio Mesa (Pacific View)
8. Simi Valley (Canyon)
9. El Segundo (Ocean)
T10. Agoura (Canyon)
T10. Calabasas (Canyon)
WEST VALLEY DIVISION

1. Vista Murrieta (Southwestern)

2. Rancho Cucamonga (Baseline)
3. Mission Viejo (South Coast)
4. Great Oak (Southwestern)
5. Tesoro (South Coast)
6. El Toro (South Coast)
7. Upland (Baseline)
8. Los Alamitos (Sunset)
9. Edison (Sunset)
10. Chino Hills (Baseline)

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