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Times Football Rankings / Top 10

September 14, 2000

CITY SECTION

1. CARSON: 1-0

Colts put City pride on the line Saturday against Fountain Valley.

2. CRENSHAW: 1-0

Cougars looked sharp in 23-0 shutout of Westchester.

3. SAN PEDRO: 1-0

Pirates gained 241 yards but scored only 11 points against Locke.

4. WOODLAND HILLS TAFT: 1-0

Rick Clausen passed for 311 yards against Banning.

5. SYLMAR: 1-0

Spartans go intersectional this week against Pasadena.

6. GARDENA: 1-0

No one shuts out Franklin--but Gardena did.

7. WILMINGTON BANNING: 0-1

Schedule doesn't get any easier tonight against Long Beach Poly.

8. DORSEY: 0-1

It'll be shades of old Southern Pacific Conference against San Pedro.

9. EAGLE ROCK: 1-0

School was in Session when Eagles beat Muir, 51-6

10. RESEDA CLEVELAND: 1-0

Matthew Clark rushed for 220 yards against Palisades.

Others receiving consideration: Jefferson, Granada Hills, Kennedy.

SOUTHERN SECTION

1. LONG BEACH POLY: 1-0

Jackrabbits downed Vista in opener, face Wilmington Banning tonight.

2. SANTA ANA MATER DEI: 1-0

Monarchs will roll over Loara before taking aim at Concord De La Salle.

3. NEWHALL HART: 1-0

Quarterback Kyle Matter has pass-happy Indians off to good start.

4. LOYOLA: 1-0

Cubs back from Bay Area victory over St. Ignatius. Narbonne up next.

5. HUNTINGTON BEACH EDISON: 1-0

Chargers' three-point victory over El Toro ends comparisons to 1979 team.

6. FOUNTAIN VALLEY: 1-0

Barons play super intersectional game Saturday against Carson.

7. ANAHEIM ESPERANZA: 1-0

Aztecs coming off 28-14 victory over Division II runner-up Upland.

8. DIAMOND BAR: 1-0

Defending Division II champs shopping for victory at Beverly Hills.

9. WESTLAKE: 1-0

Test time: Clovis West this week, Hart the next.

10. CORONA CENTENNIAL: 1-0

Huskies overcame 17-point deficit to beat Rialto Eisenhower.

Others receiving consideration: Fontana, St. Francis, Dominguez

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