High School Football America SoCal Top 25 – Week 10

SoCal Top 25
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The 2017 regular season closes this weekend with six match-ups within the High School Football America Southern California Top 25.

Top-ranked Mater Dei will try to finish with a perfect 10-0 mark when it faces No. 13 and arch-rival Servite.  Also in the Trinity League, No. 3 St. John Bosco takes-on No. 12 JSerra and No. 11 Santa Margarita faces No. 14 Orange Lutheran.

The South Coast League title will be on the line Friday night when No. 4 Mission Viejo plays No. 10 San Clemente.  Both teams are unbeaten.  It will be Mission Viejo head coach Bob Johnson’s final regular season game as head coach of the Diablos.  Johnson announced that this will be his final season on the sidelines earlier this year.

No. 5 Chaminade can claim the Mission League title if it beats No. 24 Bishop Amat.  Both teams are a perfect 5-0 in league play.  Amat is on a five game win streak after an 0-4 start.

The final Top 25 head-to-head features No. 21 Paraclete taking-on 23 Sierra Canyon.

High School Football America Southern California Top 25

No. 1 Mater Dei Monarchs (9-0), LW: #1

This Week: vs. No. 13 Servite

No. 2 Corona Centennial Huskies (7-1), LW: #2

This Week: vs. King

No. 3 St. John Bosco Braves (7-2), LW: #3

This Week: vs. No. 12 JSerra

No. 4 Mission Viejo Diablos (9-0), LW: #4

This Week: vs. No. 10 San Clemente

No. 5 Chaminade Eagles (8-1), LW: #5

This Week: vs. No. 24 Bishop Amat

No. 6 Long Beach Poly Jackrabbits (8-1), LW: #6

This Week: vs. Serra (Gardena)

No. 7 Narbonne Gauchos (6-3), LW: #7

This Week: vs. Gardena

No. 8 Upland Highlanders (9-0), LW: #9

This Week: vs. Los Osos

No. 9 Rancho Cucamonga Cougars (8-1), LW: #10

This Week: vs. Chino Hills

No. 10 San Clemente Tritons (9-0), LW: #11

This Week: vs. No. 4 Mission Viejo

No. 11 Santa Margarita Eagles (6-3), LW: #12

This Week: vs. No. 14 Orange Lutheran

No. 12 JSerra Lions (7-2), LW: #8

This Week: vs. No. 3 St. John Bosco

No. 13 Servite Friars (6-3), LW: #14

This Week: vs. No. 1 Mater Dei

No. 14 Orange Lutheran Lancers (5-4), LW: #14

This Week: vs. No. 11 Santa Margarita

No. 15 Oaks Christian Lions (7-2), LW: #15

This Week: vs. Westlake

No. 16 Calabasas Coyotes (8-1), LW: #16

This Week: vs. Moorpark

No. 17 Valencia Vikings (8-1), LW: #17

This Week: vs. Canyon Country Canyon

No. 18 Heritage Patriots (8-1), LW: #18

This Week: vs. Paloma Valley

No. 19 Citrus Hill Hawks (8-1), LW: No. 19

This Week: vs. Hemet

No. 20 Murrieta Valley Nighthawks (7-2), LW: No. 20

This Week: vs. Murrieta Mesa

No. 21 Paraclete Spirits (8-1), LW: #21

This Week: vs. No. 23 Sierra Canyon

No. 22 La Habra Highlanders (7-2), LW: No. 22

This Week: vs. Fullerton

No. 23 Sierra Canyon (8-1), LW: No. 25

This Week: vs. No. 21 Paraclete

No. 24 Bishop Amat (5-4), LW: No. 23

This Week: vs. No. 5 Chaminade

No. 25 Charter Oak Chargers (9-0), LW: NR

This West: vs. West Covina

Dropped-out: No. 25 Norco

On the bubble: Antelope Valley (7-2), Aquinas (9-0), Cajon (8-1), Cathedral (8-1), Capistrano Valley (9-0), Corona del Mar (8-1), Corona Santiago (6-3), Edison (6-3), Lompoc (9-0), Los Alamitos (6-3), Norco (5-4), Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) (5-4), Quartz Hill (8-1), Rancho Verde (7-2),  Rio Mesa (10-0), Roosevelt (Eastvale) (6-3), St. Francis (9-0),Serra (Gardena) (5-4), Villa Park (8-1), Vista Murrieta (4-5), Westlake (7-2), Yucaipa (8-1)

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

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