High School Football America San Diego Top 20 – Week 9

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After weeks of the teams in the Avocado League taking turns beating-up on each other, week now how a clear picture of the path to the championship and who’s No. 1 in the High School Football America San Diego Top 20.

Top-ranked Mission Hills has No. 4 Torrey Pines this week and No. 5 San Marcos the following week.  With wins in both games, the Grizzlies will take the title and the top-seed for the postseason playoffs.  Both Torrey Pines and San Marcos own a league loss.

As far as the current rankings, San Marcos moves-up three spots after beating La Costa Canyon 41-34 in a game that saw the Knights blow a 26 point lead before rallying to win with under a minute to play.

The Grossmont Hills League title will be on the line Friday when No. 2 Helix takes-on No. 15 Grossmont.  Both teams are 3-0 in league play.

Another big game this week within the Top 20 is No. 9 Madison facing No. 10 Lincoln.

High School Football America San Diego Top 20

No. 1 Mission Hills 8-0, LW: #1

No. 2 Helix 7-1, LW: #2

No. 3 Ramona 8-0, LW: #6

No. 4 Torrey Pines 6-2, LW: #7

No. 5 San Marcos 7-1, LW: #8

No. 6 La Costa Canyon 6-2, LW: #3

No. 7 Bishop’s 7-0, LW: #5

No. 8 St. Augustine 5-3, LW: #10

No. 9 Madison 6-2, LW: #4

No. 10 Lincoln 7-1, LW: #12

No. 11 El Camino 4-4, LW: #11

No. 12 Carlsbad 4-4, LW: #9

No. 13 Point Loma 5-3, LW: #14

No. 14 Cathedral Catholic 4-4, LW: #13

No. 15 Grossmont 6-2, LW: #15

No. 16 Valley Center 7-1, LW: #16

No. 17 Otay Ranch 6-3, LW: #17

No. 18 Eastlake 6-2, LW: #18

No. 19 Granite Hills 6-2, LW: NR

No. 20 Oceanside 3-5, LW: #19

Dropped-out: No. 20 Mater Dei

On the bubble: Mater Dei (4-4), Mira Mesa (5-3), Olympian (4-4), Rancho Bernardo (3-5) Santa Fe Christian (4-4) Southwest (8-0), Steele Canyon (4-4), West Hills (5-3), Westview (4-4)

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

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Jeff Fisher
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