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September 13, 2008
THE TIMES' HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS, HOW THEY FARED AND NEXT GAME ON THE SCHEDULE. Rk. SCHOOLRESULT/NEXT 1. L.B. POLY (1-0, SS-Pac-5)idle Next: Friday vs. Newport Harbor 2. COR. CENTENNIAL (1-0, SS-Inland)def. Chaparral, 26-16 Next: Friday at Mater Dei 3. ORA. LUTHERAN (1-1, SS-Pac-5)lost to Bishop Amat, 47-39 Next: Friday at Tustin 4. MATER DEI (2-0, SS-Pac-5)def. Cypress, 49-7 (Thu.) Next: Friday vs. Corona Centennial 5. CRESPI (2-0, SS-Pac-5)
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October 31, 2009
High school football rankings, how they fared and next opponent (losing teams in gray). Rk. Team (Rec., Sec.-Div.) Result; next game 1 CRENSHAW (8-0, City-Division I) def. Locke, 76-14 Next: vs. Dorsey, Friday 2 OAKS CHRISTIAN (8-0, SS-Northwest) def. Oak Park, 59-0 Next: at Santa Clara, Friday 3 EDISON (8-0, SS-Pac 5) def. Los Alamitos, 27-10 Next: vs. Fountain Valley, Friday 4 LAKEWOOD (8-1, SS-Pac-5)
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SPORTS
September 28, 2009
The Times' high school football rankings by Ben Bolch: Rk. Team (Rec., Sec.-Div.) Comment (Last week's ranking) 1 CRENSHAW (4-0, City-Division I) If it's truly "open," then state championship bowl game should pit Cougars against Oaks Christian. (1) 2 OAKS CHRISTIAN (3-0, SS-Northwest) The joke could be on rankings committee if Lions finish 15-0. (4) 3 EDISON (4-0, SS-Pac 5) Loaded Chargers are more than a passing (league)
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October 5, 2009
The Times' high school football rankings by Ben Bolch: Rk. Team (Rec., Sec.-Div.) Comment (Last week's ranking) 1 CRENSHAW (5-0, City-Division I) Cougars to the Southern Section: "Is that all you've got?" (1) 2 OAKS CHRISTIAN (4-0, SS-Northwest) Will Smith said Tommy Lee Jones could play Coach Bill Redell in a movie; Leslie Nielsen may be better fit. (2) 3 EDISON (5-0, SS-Pac 5) Lineman Luke Gane ruled ineligible for inaugural Rudy Award because he actually makes an impact.
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September 8, 2008
THE TIMES' HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKING, INCLUDING RECORDS, SECTIONS AND COMMENTS BY BEN BOLCH: (RANK; SCHOOL; COMMENT) 1 L.B. POLY (1-0, SS-Pac-5) Will Jackrabbits need Rust-Oleum after 19-day layoff? (1) 2 COR. CENTENNIAL (0-0, SS-Inland) Huskies seek vintage victory during trip to Temecula to play Chaparral. (2) 3 ORA. LUTHERAN (1-0, SS-Pac-5) Exavier Edwards helps Lancers get reacquainted with end zone during romp over Fresno Bullard.
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October 5, 2009
The Times' high school football rankings by Ben Bolch: Rk. Team (Rec., Sec.-Div.) Comment (Last week's ranking) 1 CRENSHAW (5-0, City-Division I) Cougars to the Southern Section: "Is that all you've got?" (1) 2 OAKS CHRISTIAN (4-0, SS-Northwest) Will Smith said Tommy Lee Jones could play Coach Bill Redell in a movie; Leslie Nielsen may be better fit. (2) 3 EDISON (5-0, SS-Pac 5) Lineman Luke Gane ruled ineligible for inaugural Rudy Award because he actually makes an impact.
SPORTS
May 7, 2008
Dan Arritt's top 25 (through games of May 5): *--* Rk. School Div. LW 1. S.O. Notre Dame (22-2) Div. III 1 2. Los Alamitos (22-3) Div. I 2 3. Crespi (20-5) Div. III 3 4. Orange Lutheran (20-4) Div. I 4 5. West Torrance (23-3) Div. II 6 6. Mater Dei (19-6) Div. I 5 7. Vista Murrieta (19-5) Div. II 9 8. Paramount (21-4) Div. III 8 9. Thousand Oaks (18-9) Div. I 12 10. Katella (20-6) Div. II 7 11. Hart (19-6) Div. I 11 12. Simi Valley (19-8) Div. I 10 13. Capistrano Valley (17-8) Div. I NR 14.
SPORTS
October 10, 2009
The Times' high school football rankings, how they fared, and next game on the schedule: -- Rk. Team (Rec. Sec, Div.) Result/Next game 1 CRENSHAW (5-0, City-Division I) idle Next: vs. Manual Arts, Friday 2 OAKS CHRISTIAN (5-0, SS-Northwest) def. Long Beach Jordan, 42-7 Next: vs. Bishop Diego, Friday 3 EDISON (5-0, SS-Pac 5) idle Next: at Esperanza, Friday 4 LAKEWOOD (5-1, SS-Pac-5) def. Long Beach Poly, 21-14 Next: at Long Beach Cabrillo, Friday 5 SERVITE (4-1, SS-Pac-5) idle Next: at St. John Bosco, Friday 6 RANCHO CUCAMONGA (5-0, SS-Central)
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February 26, 2010
Players to watch The top baseball players in the Southland for 2010: PITCHER School Cl Comment Pepperdine signee doesn't make mistakes Could be top-10 draft pick in June Oregon signee was 11-0 with 1.81 ERA Went 10-1 with 0.98 ERA as a sophomore ...
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September 28, 2009
The Times' high school football rankings by Ben Bolch: Rk. Team (Rec., Sec.-Div.) Comment (Last week's ranking) 1 CRENSHAW (4-0, City-Division I) If it's truly "open," then state championship bowl game should pit Cougars against Oaks Christian. (1) 2 OAKS CHRISTIAN (3-0, SS-Northwest) The joke could be on rankings committee if Lions finish 15-0. (4) 3 EDISON (4-0, SS-Pac 5) Loaded Chargers are more than a passing (league)
SPORTS
September 8, 2008
THE TIMES' HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKING, INCLUDING RECORDS, SECTIONS AND COMMENTS BY BEN BOLCH: (RANK; SCHOOL; COMMENT) 1 L.B. POLY (1-0, SS-Pac-5) Will Jackrabbits need Rust-Oleum after 19-day layoff? (1) 2 COR. CENTENNIAL (0-0, SS-Inland) Huskies seek vintage victory during trip to Temecula to play Chaparral. (2) 3 ORA. LUTHERAN (1-0, SS-Pac-5) Exavier Edwards helps Lancers get reacquainted with end zone during romp over Fresno Bullard.
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