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Capistrano Valley Keeps Spot at the Top

November 10, 1987

High-scoring Capistrano Valley High School, averaging 27.9 points per game, remains the top-ranked team in the Orange County Sportswriters' Assn. prep football poll.

The Cougars (9-0) face their biggest test of the season on Friday night when they play host to sixth-ranked Mission Viejo (8-1) for the South Coast League title.

Capistrano Valley is attempting to become the second straight South Coast League school to finish first in the poll with a 10-0 record. Last year, El Toro was ranked first, and went on to a 14-0 record and the Southern Conference title.

The poll:

Pos. School (League) Record 1. Capistrano Valley (South Coast) 9-0 2. Bolsa Grande (Garden Grove) 9-0 3. Santa Ana (Century) 8-1 4. Sunny Hills (Freeway) 9-0 5. Los Alamitos (Empire) 8-1 6. Mission Viejo (South Coast) 8-1 7. Woodbridge (Pacific Coast) 9-0 8. El Toro (South Coast) 6-3 9. Mater Dei (Angelus) 7-2 10. Valencia (Orange) 7-2

Others Receiving Votes: Laguna Beach (8-1) and Western (7-2).

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