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Top 20

November 07, 1996|ERIC SHEPARD | Times Staff Writer

1. SANTA ANA MATER DEI, 8-0 (1*)

* Next: Tonight vs. San Clemente at Santa Ana Stadium.

* Update: Mike McNair rushed for 324 yards and four touchdowns in a 35-7 victory over Trabuco Hills. His touchdown runs were 35, 77, two and 81 yards.

2. COMPTON DOMINGUEZ, 8-0 (2)

* Next: Friday vs. Paramount.

* Update: The Dons, who had not trailed in a game this season, were down, 10-0, to Downey at halftime. Jason Thomas scored the go-ahead touchdown on a one-yard run with 1:20 left in a 23-18 victory.

3. FONTANA, 7-0-1 (3)

* Next: Friday at Eisenhower.

* Update: The Steelers won their seventh game in a row, routing Colton, 54-0. They scored 30 points in the second quarter and led at halftime, 47-0.

4. LOYOLA, 7-1 (4)

* Next: Friday at Alemany.

* Update: The Cubs took advantage of five Crespi turnovers in a 36-7 victory. They held the Celts to 35 yards through three quarters.

5. ANAHEIM ESPERANZA, 7-1 (5)

* Next: Tonight vs. Marina at Placentia Valencia High.

* Update: Dave Parrish passed for 292 yards and four touchdowns in a 55-14 victory over Huntington Beach. He has 3,572 career passing yards, a school record.

6. PALOS VERDES PENINSULA, 8-0 (6)

* Next: Friday at North Torrance.

* Update: The Panthers improved to 5-0 in the Bay League with a 41-8 victory over second-place Leuzinger and can clinch a tie this week.

7. LOS ALAMITOS, 7-1 (7)

* Next: Friday vs. Edison at Orange Coast College.

* Update: Sean Stein passed for 288 yards and three touchdowns and the Griffins forced eight turnovers in a 31-0 victory over Marina.

8. BELLFLOWER ST. JOHN BOSCO, 7-0-1 (8)

* Next: Friday vs. No. 14 Bishop Amat.

* Update: The Braves stayed undefeated in the Del Rey League with a 31-21 victory over St. Paul. Andrew Hill caught a 33-yard touchdown pass from Jamaul Montgomery for the winning score.

9. ANAHEIM SERVITE, 7-1 (11)

* Next: Friday vs. Santa Ana at Santa Ana Stadium.

* Update: Despite three fumbles, 169 yards in penalties and having a player ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct, the Friars defeated Saddleback, 34-7.

10. ALTA LOMA, 8-0 (10)

* Next: Friday vs. Rancho Cucamonga at Chaffey College.

* Update: After a 22-3 victory over Chaffey, the Braves turned their attention to this week's game against Rancho Cucamonga. Both teams are 3-0 in the Mt. Baldy League.

11. NORCO, 8-0 (13)

* Next: Friday at No. 18 Corona Centennial.

* Update: In a 28-6 victory over Jurupa Valley, running back Scott Hallis was ejected and is automatically suspended from this week's showdown against Corona Centennial.

12. WOODLAND HILLS TAFT, 8-0 (12)

* Next: Friday vs. Birmingham.

* Update: The Toreadors all but clinched the Northwest Valley Conference title with a 36-29 victory over Kennedy. Nick DiPadova passed for 253 yards and three touchdowns.

13. THOUSAND OAKS, 7-1 (14)

* Next: Friday vs. Agoura.

* Update: The Lancers overcame a four-touchdown pass performance from Ryan McCann to defeat Agoura, 29-26. Jud Southwell scored the winning touchdown on a 14-yard run with 1:42 left.

14. LA PUENTE BISHOP AMAT, 6-2 (16)

* Next: Friday at No. 8 St. John Bosco.

* Update: The Lancers scored touchdowns on all four first-half possessions on their way to a 42-14 victory over Alemany. Joey Getherall had seven catches for 161 yards and two touchdowns.

15. NEWHALL HART, 6-2 (15)

* Next: Friday vs. Burbank at Burroughs High.

* Update: Travis Carroll passed for 298 yards and five touchdowns in the Indians' 40-6 victory over Burbank. He has passed for 1,819 yards and 20 touchdowns.

16. REDLANDS, 6-2 (18)

* Next: Friday vs. Colton.

* Update: The Terriers strengthened their hold on second place in the Citrus Belt League with a 21-0 victory over A.B. Miller. They have games remaining against Colton and Rialto, which are a combined 1-6 in the league.

17. SAN PEDRO, 8-0 (17)

* Next: Friday vs. Wilmington Banning.

* Update: The Pirates helped their chances to be the top-seeded team in the City Section playoffs with a 48-21 victory over Dorsey, the defending champion.

18. CORONA CENTENNIAL, 7-1 (19)

* Next: Friday vs. No. 11 Norco.

* Update: Damion Barton, held to 27 rushing yards in the first half, finished with 134 yards and three touchdowns in a 37-7 victory over La Sierra.

19. GOLETA DOS PUEBLOS, 8-0 (NR)

* Next: Friday at Oxnard.

* Update: Anthony Ramos passed for 410 yards and five touchdowns in a 43-31 victory over Buena.

20. RIVERSIDE RUBIDOUX, 7-1 (20)

* Next: Friday vs. Ramona.

* Update: Junior Chris Simmons replaced quarterback Darryl Knight, who was lost for the season three weeks ago because of a knee injury. In a 28-12 victory over Arlington, Simmons rushed for 153 yards and two touchdowns.

* DROPPED OUT: No. 9 Antelope Valley (5-2), lost to Highland, 7-0.

* OTHER TOP TEAMS: Laguna Hills (8-0), Beverly Hills (8-0), Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (7-1).

*--Last week's rating; NR--Not rated

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