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The Times' Rankings

January 10, 2002


A look at the top 10 boys' soccer teams in the Southland:

1. Woodbridge (13-1, SS-Div. II)

Team known for its offense had given up three goals in last six games heading into Sea View League opener Wednesday at Irvine. (No. 1 last week)

2. Millikan (15-1, SS-Div. I)

Victory over Lakewood on Monday extended Rams' Moore League unbeaten streak to a Southern Section record-tying 45 games. (2)

3. Alta Loma (13-0-2, SS-Div. I)

Braves had outscored opponents, 33-7, entering Mt. Baldy League opener Wednesday against Montclair. (3)

4. Chaparral (13-1-1, SS-Div. III)

Pumas posted 2-0 victories last week against Mira Loma Jurupa Valley and Norco. (4)

5. Nogales (11-1-1, SS-Div. II)

Nobles had outscored opponents, 40-14, entering Sierra League opener Wednesday against West Covina. (5)

6. Los Alamitos (13-1-1, SS-Div. II)

Griffins beat Fountain Valley, 1-0, in Sunset League opener last Friday to improve to 9-0-1 in last 10 games. (NR)

7. Fountain Valley (10-1-2, SS-Div. I)

Barons had given up only five goals this season entering Wednesday game against Anaheim Esperanza. (6)

8. Santa Margarita (15-2-2, SS-Div. III)

Eagles travel to Santa Ana Mater Dei on Friday for Serra League showdown. (7)

9. Dana Hills (11-3-1, SS-Div. I)

Dolphins were 9-0-1 in previous 10 games heading into South Coast League opener Wednesday at Lake Forest El Toro. (8)

10. Quartz Hill (15-0, SS-Div. II)

Rebels outscored five opponents, 11-2, in winning Simi Valley Royal tournament last week. (9)

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