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September 15, 2003|ERIC SONDHEIMER

ERIC SONDHEIMER'S FOOTBALL RANKINGS AND COMMENT

*--* Rk School (Record) Comment 1 LOS ALAMITOS (2-0, SS-Div. I) Win over Hart makes 14-0 season realistic. (1) 2 MISSION VIEJO (1-0, SS-Div. II) 29-game winning streak on line vs. Mater Dei. (2) 3 HART (0-1, SS-Div. II) Dan Howell's 165 yards rushing is no fluke. (3) 4 LONG BEACH POLY (1-0, SS-Div. 1) Jackrabbits have 162 yards in penalties. (5) 5 CORONA CENTENNIAL (1-0, Div. V) Terrell Jackson starts with 174 yards rushing, 3 TDs. (6) 6 LOYOLA (1-0, SS-Div. I) Junior RB Trason Bragg debuts with four TDs. (7) 7 S.O. NOTRE DAME (1-0, SS-Div. III) Knights still need to improve their passing game. (8) 8 RIVERSIDE NORTH (1-0, SS-Div. V) Morton brothers are bigger than the Olsen twins in Riverside. (9) 9 ORANGE LUTHERAN (1-0, SS-Div. VI) Beating Mater Dei is proof Lancers are for real. (19) 10 LOS ALTOS (1-0, SS-Div. VI) Daniel Drayton runs for 106 yards. (10) 11 ST. JOHN BOSCO (2-0, SS-Div. I) RB Terrence King is capable replacement for Derrick Williams. (12) 12 WESTLAKE (1-0, SS-Div. IV) QB transfer Rudy Carpenter already feels comfortable. (14) 13 MATER DEI (0-1, SS-Div. I) Monarchs are held to 56 yards rushing. (4) 14 CHINO (1-0, SS-Div. II) Cowboys recover six fumbles in opener. (15) 15 EDISON (1-0, SS-Div. I) Tommy Grady is gone, but Chargers are back. (NR) 16 ST. BONAVENTURE (1-0, SS-Div. IV) Terrail Lambert has 92-yard interception return. (17) 17 C.C. CANYON (1-0, SS-Div. II) Cowboys begin devouring cupcake nonleague schedule. (18) 18 SAN CLEMENTE (0-1, SS-Div. II) Tritons need to cut down on turnovers. (11) 19 VENICE (1-0, City) Gondoliers can match anyone at the skill positions. (21) 20 CHARTER OAK (1-0, Div. VI) RB Patrick Fuller is headed for big-time status. (24) 21 SOUTH HILLS (1-0, SS-Div. VII) Huskies have more than just the Payton brothers. (NR) 22 SANTA MARGARITA (1-0, SS-Div. I) Jim who? First-year Coach Mike Jacot has Eagles smiling. (25) 23 RIGHETTI (2-0, SS-Div. IV) RB Ryan Mole has scored 14 TDs in his last three games. (NR) 24 DOMINGUEZ (1-0, SS-Div. III) Dons have three players rush for more than 100 yards each. (NR) 25 PENINSULA (0-0-1, SS-Div. III) RB Jordan Munde needs a little help from the offensive line. (20)

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