IE Preps Magazine POWER 20 (Week 4) 9-18-16


1. Centennial (3-1) Beat Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) with a solid win 48 – 24. Running back Miles Reed had 3 TD’s & Justin Fisher had 250 all purpose yards.

2. Vista Murrieta (3-1) The Broncos come up short in a loss against JSerra 14-28.

3. Rancho Cucamonga (4-0) Rancho Cucamonga holds it down with the big win over Murrieta Valley 41-20. Jaylon Redd delivers offensively in a way that he has to be an early favorite for Player of the Year.

4. Upland (2-2) Upland feels the pain against Mater Dei losing 62-7.

5. Heritage (4-0) The “Machine” of Heritage get a BIG win versus Redlands East Valley 15-7. This win was a big statement for the program.

6. Murrieta Valley (2-2) In what was a big time game and showdown of some of the IE’s best talent, Murrieta Valley loses to Rancho Cucamonga 41-20.

7. Yucaipa (3-0) The Thunderbirds survive a close game versus San Gorgonio 26-21.

8. Rancho Verde (3-1) The Mustangs take the win against rival Citrus Hill 35-24.

9. Redlands East Valley (1-2) In an upset, REV loses a close game to Heritage 15-7.

10. Paloma Valley (4-0) Maybe the hottest team in the IE, Paloma Valley defeats Corona 42-18. Blake Moore had 2 TD’s with 150 yards and Corey Maddox had 3 TD’s with over 200 all purpose yards. Norco (1-1) Bye Week

11. Oak Hills (3-1) The Bulldogs get the win over a tough Etiwanda team, 27-24.

12. Norco (1-2) Norco falls to Orange Lutheran 35-21, in what is a tough pre-season opponent for the Cougars.

13. Chino Hills (3-0) Bye Week

14. Santiago (2-2) The Sharks get the big win 47-8 over Temecula Valley.

15. Cajon (2-1) The Cowboys fall to Paso Robles in a close one 31-28.

16. Notre Dame (2-1) Bye Week

17. Summit (3-0) Bye Week

18. Redlands (2-1) Defeat Chaparral in a close one 23-22.

19. Citrus Hill (2-2) In an annual grudge match, Citrus Hill loses to Rancho Verde 35-24.

20. Damien (3-1) Lose to a GOOD Charter Oak team 27-14.

Teams To Watch: Aquinas, Chino, Colony, Corona, Don Lugo, Elsinore, Lakeside, Murrieta Mesa, Pacific, Perris, Roosevelt, Rubidoux, Serrano


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