Servite (CA) and Orange Lutheran (CA) talk about tough ’15 schedules

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It sort of sounds like a the beginning of a movie trailer — in a world, where no public school wants to play teams from the Trinity League…

You can fill-in the blanks, but basically, it finishes with, the six Trinity League schools must look to other top-notch schools to fill-out their non-league schedules. 

While all six Trinity Leagues play tough schedules this year, Orange Lutheran and Servite have the toughest with Servite’s 2015 schedule ranked the second toughest in the nation by MaxPreps.  OLu’s is ranked as the fifth toughest.

Both OLu and Servite play four teams that begin the year in High School Football America’s Top 25.

Orange Lutheran plays #1 De La Salle (California), #6 Corona Centennial (California), #10 St. John Bosco and #18 Mater Dei, while Servite plays De La Salle, Bosco and Mater Dei, plus #3 Bishop Gorman (Nevada).  Servite also has Bishop Amat (California), which is ranked #31 in our Top 50, on its schedule.

Last week, I spoke with Servite’s first-year head coach Scott Meyer, who led Corona del Mar High School to a CIF Division III state title in 2013, about his meat-grinder of a schedule.  You can listen to Coach Meyer’s answer below.

At Orange Lutheran I spoke to quarterback L.J. Northington and kicker/punter Jerry Fitschen about the Lancers’ loaded schedule.  You can hear their answers below.

Related: High School Football America radio show interview with Coach Meyer

Related: Chuck Petersen talks about OLu 2015 on High School Football America radio show

Go can view all of the Trinity League team schedules below.

JSerra Lions

Mater Dei Monarchs

Orange Lutheran Lancers

St. John Bosco Braves

Santa Margarita Eagles

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.

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