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The Times' Rankings

November 11, 2002

BEN BOLCH'S FOOTBALL RANKINGS AND COMMENTS:

*--* Rank School (Rec.) Comment (last week) 1 L.B. POLY (8-1, SS-Div. I) Jackrabbits nearly left all wet after committing five turnovers. (1) 2 MISSION VIEJO (9-0, SS-Div. II) Quick, somebody hand Coach Bob Johnson a lifetime contract. (2) 3 LOS ALAMITOS (8-0-1, SS-Div. I) Griffins can turn off lights on Edison's playoff bid. (3) 4 HART (8-0-1, SS-Div. II) Division II playoffs will be low-budget version of Hart's war. (4) 5 TAFT (9-0, City) Glad they're playing Birmingham at Lake Balboa, not Van Nuys. (6) 6 MIRA COSTA (9-0, SS-Div. III) Beverly Hills' chances appear to be slim and none. (7) 7 ESPERANZA (8-1, SS-Div. I) Aztecs seek third consecutive shutout when they face Marina. (8) 8 ST. JOHN BOSCO (7-2, SS-Div. I) How will Braves deal with spotlight after being afterthought so long? (15) 9 MATER DEI (7-2, SS-Div. I) Monarchs should have asked for rain check before slip-sliding away. (5) 10 AYALA (8-1, SS-Div. II) One-point victory over Diamond Bar not a good omen for Damien game. (10) 11 CHINO (8-1, SS-Div. II) No Cowboys screaming "Yee-haw!" after narrow win over Lompoc. (11) 12 ST. BONAVENTURE (8-1, SS-Div. IV) Can Buena provide a much-needed foil in Channel League? (12) 13 KAISER (8-0-1, SS-Div. VIII) Dick Bruich won't ask Bloomington's Don Markham to assess his players. (13) 14 COR. CENTENNIAL (7-2, SS-Div. V) Registers 65-point rout and forfeit loss in same week. (14) 15 SERVITE (7-2, SS-Div. I) Friars' hands covered with cooking oil during two late fumbles. (9) 16 S.O. NOTRE DAME (9-0, SS-Div. III) Knights are Ohio State to Harvard-Westlake's Northwestern. (16) 17 LOS ALTOS (7-2, SS-Div. VI) Bonita won't sneak up on Conquerors like it did on Charter Oak. (18) 18 CANYON SPRINGS (8-0-1, SS-Div. V) Too bad Ivy League showdown isn't at Yale Bowl. (20) 19 SAN CLEMENTE (6-3, SS-Div. II) Chris Miller (126 catches) breaks school's reception record. (21) 20 SANTA MARGARITA (6-3, SS-Div. I) Third consecutive victory over Mater Dei is the most unexpected. (NR) 21 MOORPARK (9-0, SS-Div. IV) Musketeers allowing only 7.1 points per game. (22) 22 DAMIEN (7-2, SS-Div. II) Spartans could finish in three-way tie atop Sierra League standings. (23) 23 ANTELOPE VALLEY (8-1, SS-Div. III) Will win Golden League title with victory over Palmdale. (24) 24 MURRIETA VALLEY (8-0-1, SS-Div. V) Baseball game breaks out against Chaparral and Nighthawks win, 3-2. (25) 25 LA HABRA (8-1, SS-Div. IX) Would have unbeaten season, except for four-point loss to Los Alamitos. (NR)

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