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October 28, 2002|BEN BOLCH

BEN BOLCH'S FOOTBALL RANKINGS AND COMMENTS:

*--* Rank Team (Rec.) Comment (Last Week) 1 LONG BEACH POLY (6-1, SS-Div. I) Strength of league foes plummeting like mercury at North Pole. (1) 2 CHINO (7-0, SS-Div. II) How 'bout them Cowboys? (2) 3 MISSION VIEJO (7-0, SS-Div. II) Another league title in hand, Diablos can set sights on Chino, Hart. (3) 4 LOS ALAMITOS (6-0-1, SS-Div. I) One more victory puts Coach John Barnes over the Hill. (4) 5 HART (6-0-1, SS-Div. II) Note to Canyon Country Canyon Coach Harry Welch: Thanks for playing. (5) 6 TAFT (7-0, CS) Somebody fast-forward to Toreadors' Week 10 game against Birmingham. (6) 7 MIRA COSTA (7-0, SS-Div. III) Mustangs will win third consecutive Bay League title without revving up. (7) 8 SERVITE (7-0, SS-Div. I) Top acts of '88: Jethro Tull (Grammy), Friars (last Mater Dei win). (9) 9 MATER DEI (6-1, SS-Div. I) Fiascoes of '88: "Max Headroom" (canceled), Monarch football (6-6). (10) 10 ESPERANZA (6-1, SS-Div. I) Retiring Coach Gary Meek would like Los Alamitos rematch in playoffs. (8) 11 LOS ALTOS (6-1, SS-Div. VI) Ready to beat league rival Charter Oak after losing last two meetings. (11) 12 FREMONT (7-0, CS) Tailback Milvon James keeps Pathfinders on road to victory. (12) 13 ST. BONAVENTURE (6-1, SS-Div. IV) Seraphs' Channel League foes' combined record: 14-21. (16) 14 KAISER (6-0-1, SS-Div. VIII) It's checkmate for Riverside King, Cats' next opponent. (17) 15 COR. CENTENNIAL (6-1, SS-Div. V) Norco might as well be a brand of shavers, for all Huskies care. (18) 16 ST. JOHN BOSCO (5-2, SS-Div. I) It's a Brave new world in Serra League. (23) 17 S.O. NOTRE DAME (7-0, SS-Div. III) Knights' charge inspires cheering in the press box. (19) 18 CHARTER OAK (6-1, SS-Div. VI) Victory over Los Altos a prelude to second section title in a row. (20) 19 SANTA MARGARITA (5-2, SS-Div. I) Eagles won't win third consecutive Serra League title. (14) 20 LOYOLA (5-2, SS-Div. I) Latest Cub debacle is all the news that's unfit to print. (13) 21 AYALA (6-1, SS-Div. II) Bulldogs are last Sierra League team capable of beating Chino. (22) 22 CANYON SPRINGS (6-0-1, SS-Div. V) Ready to spout another victory over Riverside Poly. (25) 23 SAN CLEMENTE (4-3, SS-Div. II) Triton country is home of miscues and missed opportunities. (15) 24 MOORPARK (7-0, SS-Div. IV) Musketeers searching for first Marmonte League title. (NR) 25 DAMIEN (5-2, SS-Div. II) Spartans' swords still sharp after narrow loss to Chino. (21)

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