La Habra and Valley Christian enter California 25

La Habra footballLa Habra celebrates after its amazing 37-32 victory over Los Al last week. Photo/@LaHabraHS

With one week to go in the regular season, the chase for the top spot in California is very clear with top-ranked St. John Bosco, #2 Corona Centennial and #3 De La Salle playing extremely well and on a collision course late in the postseason.  However, should the top three slip-up, there are several suitors for the top spot.

With former #4 Mater Dei losing last week to JSerra, Mission Viejo moves-up in the High School Football America California 25 to #4.  It’s the second straight week that the unbeaten Diablos have improved that position in the poll, which is based on our proprietary algorithm.

The biggest move in the Top 10 belongs to Oaks Christian, which jumps three spots to #6.

There are two new teams in this week’s Top 25 — La Habra at #24 and Valley Christian at #25.

California High School Football America Top 25

#1 St. John Bosco (9-0) LW: #1

#2 Corona Centennial (9-0) LW: #2

#3 De La Salle (8-1) LW: #3

#4 Mission Viejo (10-0) LW: #5

#5 Serra (Gardena) (8-1) LW: #6

#6 Oaks Christian (9-0) LW: #9

#7 Mater Dei (7-2) LW: #4

#8 Bishop Amat (7-2) LW: #6

#9 Folsom (9-0) LW: #8

#10 Orange Lutheran (5-4) LW: #10

#11 Long Beach Poly (7-2) LW: #11

#12 Narbonne (7-2) LW: #12

#13 Clayton Valley (8-1) LW: #13

#14 Loyola (8-1) LW: #14

#15 Vista Murrieta (8-1) LW: #16

#16 Tesoro (7-2) LW: #17

#17 Bellarmine (7-1) LW: #18

#18 Helix (7-1) LW: #19

#19 Elk Grove (9-0) LW: #20

#20 St. Augustine (7-2) LW: #21

#21 Chaminade (6-3) LW: #22

#22 St. Francis (Mountain View) 7-1 LW: #25

#23 Grant (8-1) LW: #24

#24 La Habra (8-1) LW: NR

#25 Valley Christian (7-1) LW: NR

Dropped-out: #15 Riordan

Check-out the latest High School Football America/SoCal Top 25

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