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September 29, 2003|MARTIN HENDERSON

MARTIN HENDERSON'S FOOTBALL RANKINGS AND COMMENTS

(Rk. School (Record) Comment)

1 LOS ALAMITOS

(3-0, SS-Div. I) Last year, La Habra was a pain in the Griffins' side. (1)

2 MISSION VIEJO

(3-0, SS-Div. II) Must beat LB Poly to tie OC winning streak mark of 32. (2)

3 RIVERSIDE NORTH

(3-0, SS-Div. V) Josh Barnett provides a nice complement to Morton twins. (4)

4 COR. CENTENNIAL

(2-1, SS-Div. V) Lost 44-40 shootout to Central Section power Fresno Clovis West. (3)

5 LONG BEACH POLY

(2-1, SS-Div. I) Jackrabbits' offense starting to get dialed in. (5)

6 WESTLAKE

(3-0, SS-Div. IV) Consecutive victories over Notre Dame, Hart. (6)

7 ST. BONAVENTURE

(3-0, SS-Div. IV) Offense averaging 41 points a game for Seraphs. (7)

8 ORANGE LUTHERAN

(3-0, SS-Div. VI) Jim Kunau's 100th victory came in dominating fashion. (9)

9 HART

(0-3, SS-Div. II) Three losses, by 11 points, to teams ranked above them. (8)

10 LOS ALTOS

(3-0, SS-Div. VI) High-powered offense has yet to break 28. (10)

11 ST. JOHN BOSCO

(3-0, SS-Div. I) Solid offense, hoping the defense catches up. (11)

12 S.O. NOTRE DAME

(2-1, SS-Div. III) Sophomore Garrett Green gets a start, may be a new star. (12)

13 VENICE

(3-0, City) Gondoliers have no problem with Santa Monica. (14)

14 LOYOLA

(2-1, SS-Div. I) Rebounded from loss to Venice with 45-point effort vs. Muir. (15)

15 EDISON

(3-0, SS-Div. I) Chargers have chance to send Mater Dei to 0-4. (17)

16 C.C. CANYON

(3-0, SS-Div. II) Cowboys riding herd on competition, averaging 46 points. (18)

17 FOUNTAIN VALLEY

(2-1, SS-Div. I) Already beat two top 25 teams and could add Santa Margarita. (19)

18 SANTA MARGARITA

(3-0, SS-Div. I) Eagles' defense has surrendered only 13 points. (21)

19 SOUTH HILLS

(3-0, SS-Div. VII) With 58 points, Huskies are the lowest-scoring team in top 25. (20)

20 RIGHETTI

(4-0, SS-Div. IV) Mark Melangko is a capable replacement for injured Ryan Mole. (22)

21 DOMINGUEZ

(3-0, SS-Div. III) Seven different players scored in a rout of Manual Arts. (23)

22 SERVITE

(3-0, SS-Div. I) Friars' fourth-quarter comeback knocks off Chino. (NR)

23 VALENCIA

(3-0, SS-Div. II) Rush-hour bus ride the only thing slowing down the offense. (24)

24 MIRA COSTA

(3-0, SS-Div. III) Defense is the star in a 17-7 win over Wilmington Banning. (25)

25 MATER DEI

(0-3, SS-Div. I) First 0-3 start since 1969 after loss to Riverside North. (13)

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