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September 2, 2010 | By Ben Bolch, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
1. MISSION VIEJO: (12-1, SS-Pac-5) Opener vs. Pacific Northwest power Bothell (Wash.) in Seattle Seahawks' stadium will be a Mission Qwest. 2. WESTLAKE: (14-0, SS-Northern) Game vs. Oaks Christian will feature headliners (Nelson Spruce, Jordan Payton) and one-liners (Bill Redell). 3. SERVITE: (14-1, SS-Pac-5) QBs Butch Pauu and Cody Pittman are out of the Friars' pan and into the fire. 4. LAKEWOOD: (11-2, SS-Pac-5) Lancers back for Moore after ending Long Beach Poly's stranglehold on league championships.
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January 4, 2011 | By Ben Bolch, Los Angeles Times
1. SERVITE (14-1, SS-Pac-5). Flawless for 14 games, Friars were perfectly awful in 40-point bowl loss. 2. CORONA CENTENNIAL (14-1, SS-Inland). There was less saving, less doing for Huskies at the Home Depot Center. 3. MISSION VIEJO (13-1, SS-Pac-5). Angel Stadium holds few special memories for Diablos, or Angels, in 2010. 4. GARDENA SERRA (14-1, SS-Western). Playing as the underdog for the first time, Cavaliers rolled over against Folsom. 5. ALEMANY (12-1, SS-Pac-5)
SPORTS
October 24, 2007
The Times' weekly football rankings: -- Others: Culver City, Serrano, Newbury Park. Rankings are based on votes of nine members of the Times' high school staff. A first-place vote is worth 25 points, second-place is worth 24, etc. *--* Rk Team (Rec, Last This Week Pts (LW) Section) Week's Result 1 MATER DEIdef. at St. John Bosco, Friday 225 (1) (7-0, SS-Pac-5) Santa Margar ita, 34-7 2 CORONA def.
SPORTS
September 12, 2009
The Times' high school football rankings, how they fared, and next game on the schedule: Rk. Team (Rec. Sec, Div.) Result 1 CRENSHAW (2-0, City-Division I) def. Norco, 47-44 Next: vs. Miller, Friday 2 SERVITE (2-0, SS-Pac-5) def. Fresno Clovis West, 47-13 Next: vs. Crespi, Friday 3 OAKS CHRISTIAN (2-0, SS-Northwest) def. Muir, 51-0 at Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline, Fri. 4 ST. BONAVENTURE (2-0, SS-Northern)
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