Six Trinity League teams ranked in SoCal Top 25

Southern California high school football scores

Three losses by Top 10 teams is what shakes-up this week’s High School Football America Southern California Top 25 that is created with our proprietary algorithm.

The top five teams held their spots, led by top-ranked Mater Dei, which finished an impressive run of non-league games that saw the Monarchs’ offense top sixty points three times and the defense pitch three shutouts.

The Trinity League will open on October 7th with all six of its teams ranked — #1 Mater Dei, #2 St. John Bosco, #7 JSerra, #9 Santa Margarita, #11 Servite and #13 Orange Lutheran.

Related: Mater Dei shutouts #12 Edison

Serra, after an 0-3 start moves back into the SoCal Top 25 at #16 after its win over previous #7 Chaminade.  The Eagles slip twelve spots to #19.  Also taking a big tumble was Oaks Christian, which fell from #6 to #18.

Don’t expect a whole lot of changes next week as thirteen of the Top 25 teams will be on their bye week.

The biggest game will be #20 Calabasas taking-on #25 Valencia.

High School Football America Southern California Top 25 

#1 Mater Dei

Record: (5-0)

Previous Rank: #1

Rewind: beat #12 Edison 4-20

Fast Forward: Idle

#2 St. John Bosco

Record: (4-1)

Previous Rank: #2

Rewind: beat St. Mary’s (Stockton) 55-16

Fast Forward: Idle

#3 Corona Centennial

Record: (4-1)

Previous Rank: #3

Rewind: beat Liberty (Nevada) 49-32

Fast Forward: Idle

#4 Mission Viejo

Record: (5-0)

Previous Rank: #4

Rewind: beat Redondo Union 49-12

Fast Forward: at El Toro, Friday

#5 Narbonne

Record: (4-0)

Previous Rank: #5

Rewind: beat Paramount 37-0

Fast Forward: vs. Los Angeles, Friday

#6 Rancho Cucamonga

Record: (5-0)

Previous Rank: #8

Rewind: beat Citrus Hill 17-14

Fast Forward: Idle

#7 JSerra

Record: (4-1)

Previous Rank: #10

Rewind: beat Los Alamitos 45-35

Fast Forward: Idle

#8 Vista Murrieta

Record: (4-1)

Previous Rank: #11

Rewind: beat Crenshaw 50-6

Fast Forward: Idle

#9 Santa Margarita

Record: (4-1)

Previous Rank: #14

Rewind: beat King (Riverside) 44-14

Fast Forward: Idle

#10 Bishop Amat

Record: (3-2)

Previous Rank: #10

Rewind: lost to Loyola 24-23

Fast Forward: at Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks), Friday

#11 Servite

Record: (3-2)

Previous Rank: #13

Rewind: beat Garfield 55-0

Fast Forward: Idle

#12 La Mirada

Record: (3-2)

Previous Rank: #15

Rewind: beat Cerritos 62-0

Fast Forward: vs. Norwalk, Friday

#13 Orange Lutheran

Record: (3-2)

Previous Rank: #17

Rewind: beat Mullen (Colorado) 49-33

Fast Forward: Idle

#14 Long Beach Poly

Record: (2-2)

Previous Rank: #16

Rewind: beat Long Beach Wilson 32-7

Fast Forward: at Long Beach Cabrillo, Friday

#15 Edison

Record: (4-1)

Previous Rank: #12

Rewind: lost to #1 Mater Dei 42-0

Fast Forward: Idle

#16 Serra (Gardena)

Record: (2-3)

Previous Rank: NR

Rewind: beat #7 Chaminade 30-28

Fast Forward: vs. Loyola, Friday

#17 Charter Oak Chargers

Record: (5-0)

Previous Rank: #18

Rewind: beat South Hills 35-21

Fast Forward: Idle

#18 Oaks Christian

Record: (3-2)

Previous Rank: #6

Rewind: lost to Murrieta Valley 70-62

Fast Forward: vs. University, Friday

#19 Chaminade

Record: (3-2)

Previous Rank: #7

Rewind: lost to Serra (Gardena) 30-28

Fast Forward: Idle

#20 Calabasas

Record: (5-0)

Previous Rank: #19

Rewind: beat El Camino Real 42-7

Fast Forward: vs. #25 Valencia, Friday

#21 St. Bonaventure

Record: (4-1)

Previous Rank: #20

Rewind: beat Hart 38-32

Fast Forward: at Paraclete, Friday

#22 Heritage

Record: (5-0)

Previous Rank: #21

Rewind: beat Corona 49-14

Fast Forward: Idle

#23 Cathedral

Record: (4-0)

Previous Rank: #22

Rewind: Idle

Fast Forward: vs. Palos Verdes, Friday

#24 Tesoro

Record: (4-1)

Previous Rank: #23

Rewind: beat La Serna 28-21 in OT

Fast Forward: vs. Notre Dame (Riverside), Friday

#25 Valencia

Record: (3-1)

Previous Rank: #24

Rewind: beat Bakersfield 48-9

Fast Forward: vs. #20 Calabasas, Friday

Dropped-out: #25 Upland

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