Rankings and comments by Ben Bolch:Rk. Team (Rec., Sec.-Div.) Comment 1 SERVITE (14-1, SS-Pac-5) Reality TV producers should execute rarely used common-sense clause and admit they erred in cutting Cody Fajardo. 2 CRENSHAW (14-1, City-Division I) Whose house? Rankings committee really doesn't care as long as it doesn't have to hear that tired chant again. 3 EDISON (13-1, SS-Pac 5) Raindrops were falling on Chargers' heads -- and hands -- during fumble-plagued loss to Servite. 4 GARDENA SERRA (15-0, SS-Northwest) Cavaliers' opponents won't be out of the Woods next season with so much talent returning. 5 WESTLAKE (14-0, SS-Northern) Too bad only bowling unbeaten Warriors got to do was at their local Fair Lanes. 6 OAKS CHRISTIAN (13-1, SS-Northwest) Hemingway's take on 2009 Lions: Stars, stars everywhere but no bling beyond Tri-Valley League title. 7 LAKEWOOD (11-2, SS-Pac-5) After falling one victory short of title game for a second consecutive year, you could call the Lancers semi-tough. 8 MISSION VIEJO (12-1, SS-Pac 5) Diablos will be kicking themselves -- and hundreds of practice PATs -- during long off-season. 9 CHAPARRAL (11-3, SS-Inland) Having avenged losses to Vista Murrieta and Corona Centennial, Pumas hope to draw Servite in passing league.10 VISTA MURRIETA (13-1, SS-Inland) When referring to 2010 section title game, Broncos hope to be able to say, "Been there, won that."11 MOORPARK (12-2, SS-Northern) Musketeers suggest rule allowing Marmonte League champion to automatically qualify for bowl game.12 BISHOP AMAT (10-2, SS-Pac 5) Lancers set records for league victories and loudest stat keeper in the press box.13 ST. BONAVENTURE (11-2, SS-Northern) Who knew when Jim Benkert called Seraphs "a college team" he was referring to early '80s Northwestern?14 NORCO (11-2, SS-Inland) It's a season of agonizing near-misses for Cougars in playoffs and Heisman Trophy race.15 VALENCIA (12-1, SS-Northern) Vikings once again show the (in)significance of unbeaten records and top seedings in the playoffs.16 MIRA COSTA (12-2, SS-Western) Because of budget cuts, Mustangs' coach must also serve as athletic director, assistant principal and water boy.17 S.O. NOTRE DAME (9-3, SS-Pac 5) Biggest disappointments of 2009 included "Mall Cop," "Sorority Row" and Knights football.18 CORONA CENTENNIAL (10-3, SS-Inland) Wonder if Washington Coach Steve Sarkisian lets his cellphone bark during Huskies' recruiting visits.19 UPLAND (12-2, SS-Central) Baseline League teams check to see if there's a limit on how many years the Nunes brothers can torment them.20 REDLANDS E. VALLEY (11-1, SS-Inland) Wildcats are 19-1 in last two regular seasons but have turned into .500 Mildcats in playoffs.21 DANA HILLS (9-3, SS-Pac-5) Turns out the beach boys can hang with the rough-and-tumble crowd.22 LONG BEACH POLY (6-6, SS-Pac-5) Who does Snoop Dogg root for if his beloved Jackrabbits play his new faves from Crenshaw?23 CHARTER OAK (13-1, SS-Southeast) Chargers vs. Rancho Cucamonga the last two years: 0-1-1. Not facing the Cougars in the playoffs: priceless.24 LA HABRA (13-1, SS-Southwest) With five section titles in last 10 years, Highlanders weren't half bad. 25 ALEMANY (10-4, SS-Western) How will Warriors go on without their Malcolm (Marable) in the middle of every big play?