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Top 10 Teams Keep Getting Successful Marks on Field

October 22, 1985

SAN DIEGO — In the last two weeks, the teams in The Times' Top 10 have been nearly unbeatable with an 18-1-1 record.

The only loss a Top 10 team has suffered was Orange Glen's 29-21 defeat to No. 3-ranked Vista Friday night. The loss dropped the Patriots to No. 7 in this week's rankings, as unbeaten Fallbrook moved to No. 6.

This week, however, at least two Top 10 teams will lose as No. 5 Granite Hills meets No. 1 Helix and No. 9 Chula Vista plays No. 8 Bonita Vista.

Meanwhile, Monte Vista High won its fifth straight game, defeating El Cajon, 21-6, at Valley Stadium Friday night. But the Monarchs, ranked No. 10 a week ago, dropped out of the rankings, replaced by San Pasqual.

The rankings:

Pos. School (League)Record 1. Helix (3A Grossmont) 6-0

2. Sweetwater (Metro-Mesa) 6-0

3. Vista (Palomar) 6-0

4. Lincoln (City Central) 3-2

5. Granite Hills (3A Grossmont) 6-0

6. Fallbrook (Palomar) 6-0

7. Orange Glen (Palomar) 5-1

8. Bonita Vista (Metro-Mesa) 5-1

9. Chula Vista (Metro-Mesa) 5-1

10. San Pasqual (Avocado) 5-1

Best of the rest: Monte Vista (5-1-0), Crawford (3-1-1), Christian (6-0-0).

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