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Times Football Rankings / Top 10

November 23, 2000

CITY SECTION

1. CRENSHAW: 12-0

Cougar quarterback Devin Hollins came up big against Taft.

2. CARSON: 9-3

Colts looking more and more like a team that can repeat.

3. SAN PEDRO: 9-3

Pirates' Marine League toughness paid off against Sylmar.

4. WILMINGTON BANNING: 6-6

Pilots reaping the benefits of murderous nonleague schedule.

5. SYLMAR: 11-1

Spartans' physical matchup against San Pedro was as good as advertised.

6. VAN NUYS BIRMINGHAM: 10-2

Patriots enjoyed one of Southland's most dramatic turnarounds.

7. GRANADA HILLS: 8-4

Highlanders' luck ran out against determined Banning.

8. WOODLAND HILLS TAFT: 9-3

Toreadors did not have enough to stop speedy and strong Crenshaw.

9. JEFFERSON: 7-4

Democrats lost to San Pedro on fumble in end zone.

10. WESTCHESTER: 8-3

Comets had great run before Granada Hills ended title hopes.

Others receiving consideration: Dorsey, Marshall, Gardena

SOUTHERN SECTION

1. LONG BEACH POLY: 11-0

Jackrabbit defense faces St. Paul running back De'Andre Scott.

2. LOYOLA: 10-1

Cubs need big plays from quarterback Matt Ware against Edison.

3. ANAHEIM ESPERANZA: 10-1

Surprising A.B. Miller has nothing to lose against fourth-seeded Aztecs.

4. RIALTO EISENHOWER: 10-1

Eagles don't want repeat of 28-21 loss to Mater Dei in last year's semifinals.

5. SANTA ANA MATER DEI: 9-2

Monarchs well remember last year's close call against Eisenhower.

6. HUNTINGTON BEACH EDISON: 9-2

Chargers must neutralize Loyola quarterback Matt Ware.

7. WESTLAKE: 10-1

Top-seeded Warriors play Lompoc in Division IV quarterfinal.

8. NEWHALL HART: 9-2

Indians rolled over Chaminade. Crescenta Valley up next.

9. DOWNEY: 11-0

Vikings might be facing toughest test to date against Ayala.

10. UPLAND: 10-1

Highlanders go against Alta Loma running back DeAndre Belin.

Others receiving consideration: La Mirada, Los Altos, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame

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