NEW California Top 25

California Top 25

This weekend’s state championships will feature three Top 25 match-ups — #1 St. John Bosco takes-on #4 De La Salle in the Open Division championship; #5 Cathedral Catholic will play #6 St. Mary’s (Stockton) in the Division 1-AA title game; #11 San Clemente will square-off with #13 Del Oro in Division 1-A final; and in the Division 2-AA championship #12 Valley Christian (San Jose) will play #14 Madison.

High School Football America California Top 25

#1 St. John Bosco (13-2), LW: #1

#2 Corona Centennial (11-2), LW: #2

#3 Mater Dei (13-1), LW: #3

#4 De La Salle (11-1), LW: #4

#5 Cathedral Catholic (14-0), LW: #5

#6 St. Mary’s (Stockton) (14-1), LW: #9

#7 Narbonne (14-1), LW: #6

#8 Rancho Cucamonga (12-1), LW: #7

#9 Mission Viejo (11-1), LW: #8

#10 Freedom (11-2), LW: #11

#11 San Clemente (11-3), LW: #17

#12 Valley Christian (San Jose) (13-1), LW: #12

#13 Del Oro (13-2), LW: #13

#14 Madison (12-2) LW: #18

#15 Edison (Huntington Beach) (13-2), LW: #10

#16 La Mirada (11-3), LW: #14

#17 Folsom (12-2), LW: #15

#18 Calabasas (14-1), LW: #16

#19 Helix (10-3), LW: #19

#20 Chaminade (8-4), LW: #20

#21 Bakersfield (11-3), LW: #21

#22 Central (Fresno) (11-2), LW: #22

#23 Pittsburg (9-2), LW: #23

#24 Murrieta Valley (11-3), LW: #24

#25 Elk Grove (11-2), LW: #25

Dropped-out: #24 Rancho Bernardo ,#25 Clayton Valley Charter (9-2)

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