I.E. Preps Magazine Top 20 Ranking (Week 3)


1. Centennial – A one point loss to Bishop Gorman was all we needed to see to have a new #1 team. (1-2)

2. Rancho Verde –  The statement win over Great Oak, 69-21 showed enough to move the Mustangs up!(3-0)

3. Upland – A 28-14 loss to Tesoro drops upland two spots. Expect “the U” to respond with a new focus this week.(2-1)

4. Rancho Cucamonga – Rancho Cucamonga has played a very strong preseason schedule and lost to a strong Bishop Amat team 46-17. (2-1)

5.  Chino Hills– Chino Hills moves up a few spots after working Roosevelt 52-26. (2-1)

6.  Santiago – The Sharks move up and take a bite out of Elsinore 56-30 (2-1)

7. Norco – Norco moves up beating a very sound Etiwanda team 31-28. (1-1)

8. Vista Murrieta –  The Broncos drop a few spots with a loss to Del Oro 22-15. (1-1)

9. Great Oak – Great Oak drops down after running into a Rancho Verde buzzsaw losing 69-21. (2-1)

10. Etiwanda –  Etiwanda stays in the top 10 after a 31-28 loss to Norco. (1-1-1)

11. Chaparral – After losing 24-0 to Oceanside, the Pumas slide down further and look to get the offense on track. (1-2)

12. Citrus Hill – The “Hill” is for real! Moving up a few spots after a 49-7 win over Arlington. (2-1)

13. San Gorgonio – One of the hottest teams in the I.E. keep rolling after a 42-17 win over Glendora. (3-0)

14. Heritage – The undefeated Patriots continue to move up after a 65-12 beat down of Coachella Valley. (3-0)

15. Redlands East Valley – Scheduling good teams have their rewards, REV stays put after losing to St. Bonaventure 21-10. (1-1)

16. ColonyColony is BACK! A huge 46-21 win over Carter, the Titans shoot into the top 20 ranking. (2-1)

17. Pomona–  A cancelled game brought alot of bad press to the program. The Red Devils will have to prove themselves this week. (2-0)

18. Oak Hill – An impressive 41-20 win over Los Osos, get Oak Hill into the top 20 ranking. (1-2)

19. Carter– A big loss to Colony 46-21, drop the Lions down. Key injuries may affect Carter the next few weeks. (1-1)

20. West Valley– A 21-0 shutout over Moreno Valley, put West Valley in the top 20. (3-0)

(Other teams to watch:  Ayala, Claremont, Kaiser, ML King, and Riverside Poly)


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