El Capitan quarterback Brad
Cagle (4) boot-legs for a first down to help stop
Granite Hills, ruining homecoming before the largest
Eagles home crowd
in more than 20 years. The Vaqueros mounted a
41-7 cushion by halftime. (Photo by Frank Price, youatplay.com)
El Capitan running back
Dennis Smith (Photo by Frank Price, youatplay.com)
Vaqueros ruin Granite Hills' homecoming,
raise record to 6-0; best start since 2006
The No. 10-ranked Vaqueros now have their
eyes focused on facing off against Mount
Miguel next Friday (Oct. 11) in a Grossmont
Valley League opener.
The Vaqueros went wild as quarterback BRAD
CAGLE completed 14 passes for 259 yards
and 4 touchdowns, and D.J. SMITH ran uncontested
for 109 yards and 3 touchdowns on seven
carries as El Capitan turned the game into
You know, I always tell my kids to
quit using Twitter to bad-mouth the other
team, El Capitan coach RON BURNER
said. And Granite Hills was non-stop
at doing so.
Despite the lopsided win over Granite Hills,
El Capitan hopes to snap the Matadors
run of three straight Grossmont Valley League
This is probably our most complete
game, said Burner. Its
like I tell my coaches and players you have
to be lucky, not just good and skilled.
But thats not gonna help us next week.
Its kinda one of those deals of put
up or shut up.
The Vaqueros pulled a motorboat on the
Granite Hills, building a 55-7 lead and
never looked back.
The Vaqueros made it look easy as receiver
CHRIS PEARSON pulled in 2 passes from Cagle
for scores and ISAIAH CAPOOCIA also had
a TD. DILLON RETTIG also scored on a pass
play from Cagle.
Granite Hills could only muster two scores
against the Vaqueros.
SETH COLLINS rushed for 100 yards and a
touchdown and BLAKE DeHAVEN scored on a
Behind a stellar performance by the Braves junior
running back, El Cajon Valley rousted Orange Glen, 38-13,
on Friday (Oct. 4) night in a key match of two Division
IV playoff hopefuls.
Watching the young guys play so well, Shearin
said, that was awesome.
El Cajon Valley (2-4) is hoping to make the playoffs
for the first time since the ABRAHAM MUHEIZE-led Braves
shocked the county by reaching the Division II championship
game in Qualcomm Stadium in 2005.
The Braves took a giant leap forward toward reaching
that playoff goal with the
impressive win over Orange Glen (2-4).
Its a great win, said Shearin, a
5-foot-9, 160-pound tailback who teetered gingerly on
a sore right foot after the big game. Another
step toward making the playoffs.
Shearin, who carried 23 times, scored on touchdown
runs of 11, 56, 3, 19 and 47 yards to run his 6-game
season totals to 842 yards and 11 TDs.
Hes only a junior, and he goes both ways,
El Cajon Valley coach NORMAN WHITEHEAD said. Hes
one of our guys we expect to carry the team.
Quarterback ALAN MICHAEL HARRIS had a productive game
as well, completing 5-of-6 passes for 39 yards, rushing
nine times for 60 yards and conducting an offense that
totaled 322 yards and scored on five of its first six
possessions in taking a 31-0 early lead in the second
Equally impressive was the Braves defense, which got
big games from a host of players to shut out Orange
Glen for three quarters. JOSE SOLIS, CHARLES SMITH,
CIRWAN SMITH and PIETRO ANDERSON all had fumble recoveries
that led to Braves points.
Solis, Salih and EDUARDO OLIVAS contributed key sacks
for huge losses that thwarted a number of Orange Glen
KARIAR AL-NAIEM and Shearin combined on a forced fumble,
while ALAN PELAYO, STEVE SARKISSIAN, Olivas and Al-Naiem
applied ample pressure on Patriots quarterback Santiago
Rocha, who finished with minus-46 rushing yards.
Right from the get-go, this appeared to be El Cajon
s night. An onside kick to start the game was
recovered by Solis at the 50-yard line. Harris took
the next play 17 yards with a QB draw, and seven plays
later Shearin had the first of his five TDs.
Smith recovered a fumble moments later to set up a
31-yard field goal by MARTIN PATTI to make it 10-0.
On their next possession, the Braves lined up for a
punt on a fourth-and-5 from their 44-yard line, only
to see the ball snapped short to Shearin, who scooted
left, picked up a big block from Al-Naiem and darted
56 yards for the score and a 17-0 lead early in the
Kariar Al-Naiem had a great kickout block,
Shearin said. I just followed that to the end
Said Whitehead, We needed this win. It was all-out
onside kick and a fake punt we had to
do anything to win this game.
Late in the half, Anderson recovered a fumble that
led to Shearins third TD to make it 24-0 at intermission.
Any thought of an Orange Glen comeback was put to rest
on the Braves first possession of the second half.
An eight-play, 72-yard drive was capped by yet another
Shearin TD run, this one from 19 yards as El Cajon Valley
built a 31-0 lead.
They were well prepared, Orange Glen coach
Kris Plash said. They out-physicalled us on both
sides of the ball.
They did a really good job of running the ball
against us and did a great job of stopping us on offense.
My hats off to them. They were prepared to play a physical
football game, and they executed really well.
The Patriots managed a couple of good drives in the
fourth quarter to pull within 31-13 with 6:36 left.
But on the next play, Shearin was off to the races
again, this time finding paydirt after a 47-yard scamper.
The O-line did everything, Shearin said.
Without those guys our offense goes nowhere. I
love those guys. I love this team. Were ready
for whatever challenges come our way.
El Cajons next challenge comes next Friday against
league-rival Monte Vista, another Division IV team that
Whitehead listed as an important step toward that elusive
This was a good all-around game for us,
Whitehead said. We need this momentum going into
The battle for the loose football
between El Capitan's Scott Root (left)
and Seth Collins of Granite Hills. The Vaqueros
won to move to 6-0. (Photo by Frank Price, youatplay.com) ADDITIONAL
MONTE VISTA 28, PATRICK HENRY 21 (OT)
As the Monte Vista Monarch's prepare for Grossmont Valley
League play for next week, they needed to first get
past a familiar foe, shall we call it déjà
Both squads came out of their corners swinging, so
to speak, both Patrick Henry and Monte Vista scoring
on their opening drives, leaving the score knotted early
at 7-7, although Monte Vista was more impressive on
a 54-yard scamper, breaking free of multiple Patriot
The score remained tied at 7 after a late field-goal
attempt by Monte Vista was tipped, sailing into the
end zone 16 seconds before intermission.
Coach RON HAMAMOTO's foresight was that they would
receive the ball in the second half, so why not take
the chip shot and go in ahead at the half. But the field
The Monarchs came out sticking to a heavy dose of the
running back JEMEIL JACKSON, fullback ERIC COLLINS,
and the signal-caller, THOMAS WALKER. Although Monte
Vista fumbled on their initial drive of the first half
and gave it to the Patriots at mid-field, the Patriots
would quickly go three and out, as this bout was just
starting to heat up.
The Maroon Curtain supplied by Monte Vista's defense,
led by linebacker CHRISTIAN GONZALEZ, defensive lineman
ISAIAH FARR, slot JESSE RIVAS, and a spectacular tackle
by quarterback-defensive back Walker, would only allow
one score in the third quarter. Still, the Patriots
did score on a 4-yard run off left tackle by the Patriots
speedster, Jabril Clewis, 14-7 Patrick Henry.
Almost a full quarter and 15 plays later the Monarchs
scored on a 1-yard quarterback keeper by Walker up the
middle for 6, and only six as the extra point missed
the mark, leaving the score at 14-13 with Patrick Henry
still leading with 4:40 left in regulation.
Already frustrated, the visiting Monarchs would have
to stomach after the intermission, a 56-yard touchdown
run almost untouched by Patriots running
back Tyree Range, and a successful extra point: score
21-13 Patriots. This contest was far from over.
Next Monarch possession started with a turbo-boost
setup by return man D.J. DOSIER for 59 yards, setting
up a first-and-10 at the Patriots 31. After only four
plays, Jackson was in for another plunge into the end
zone for three yards and 6 points, and added some spice
with another plunge up the middle for 2 on the conversion.
Score tied at 21-21 with 3:13 left.
As both squads could not convert, the clock expired
as Monte Vista was driving, sending the game into overtime.
Monte Vista won the toss, and CIF rules state that
each team has a chance to score, starting at the 25-yard
line. Three carries from Jackson and a 1-yard quarterback
sneak from Walker would seal the win for the Monarchs
as the host Patriots with a big penalty and a
last second pass intercepted by Monte Vista wide receiver
Rivas in the end zone were now conquered.
Monte Vista continues to improve with a three-game
winning streak and a big game sagainst El Cajon Valley
"We knew it would be a dogfight, just like last
year, and I knew I had to step up even though I'm a
smaller guy, and help my team win," said an excited
Walker. We knew we were pretty much evenly matched,
but we just came out, executed and fought hard,"
Walker continued. "Just a great team win."
"I knew I had to lead by example, to help give
my offensive line get that extra boost," stated
running back Jackson. "I also want to state that
it couldn't happen without one of the best blocking
fullbacks in the league, ERIC COLLINS.
Everyone better watch out for Jesse Rivas there
are gonna be many more picks like that in the future,"
Most notable, Jackson finished the night with 40 carries
for 360 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Walker also
finished with a pair of touchdown runs. Monte Vista
finished with 486 yards of total offense.
MOUNT MIGUEL 38, POWAY 3 When Mount Miguel
turned the ball over inside the Poway 5-yard line holding
just a 7-3 lead late in the first quarter Friday night,
(Oct. 4), little did they know that would be their last
mistake of the evening.
Matadors quarterback BRAD MORENO threw for 151 yards
on 11 of 18 passes, while BEN LOMIBAO rushed for 134
yards and 3 touchdowns on 15 carries. DAVAUGHN MURRAY
amassed 132 yards on 19 rushes with a TD.
Senior JOVON RICHARDSON was Moreno 's favorite target,
with eight catches for 120 yards.
Richardson hauled in a 38-yard bomb from Moreno down
the left sideline before stepping out at the 1, setting
up the Matadors' first score.
The Matadors held Poway to just 171 yards of total
offense, while finishing well over 450 yards of their
own. Mount Miguel entered the game allowing 19.6 points
Poway scored on the games first series as junior
Jordan Choukair kicked a 50-yard field goal. However
the Matadors drove 80 yards on 11 plays on the next
possession, as Lomibao rushed for a 2-yard score with
4:23 left in the first quarter. Lomibao also had a 33-yard
TD run with 9:39 left in the third quarter.
The Matadors added another with 8:39 left in the second,
going 80 yards on six plays, as Murray rushed in from
four yards out. Murray also scored on a 2-yard run with
11:01 left in the fourth.
By late in the second quarter, the Matadors had 16
first downs to Poway 's five. With:01 left before halftime,
senior JOSUE BEAS kicked a 30-yard field goal to send
the visitors into the locker room with a 17-3 lead.
Mount Miguel had the Titans outgained, 326-118 over
the first two periods, with 200 yards of offense coming
on the ground.
The Matadors' big front had a night they could be extremely
proud of, as seniors JAMES SAVE, KIM QUEZON, KURESSA
LAULU, DAVID DILLARD, ANTONIO McNEIL and ALEXIS RAMIREZ
dominated the line of scrimmage. Junior fullback TITO
ORTIZ provided an excellent escort for the backs, as
MIRACLE TAUSAGA had 8 tackles for the Matadors.
We did a great job of keeping them out of the
middle, and thats a credit to Tausaga, said
Mount Miguel coach SHAUN McDADE.
Mount Miguel picked up a staggering 28 first downs
on the night, while the Titans initial first-down of
the second half didn't come until there were less than
four minutes left in the game.
Moreno rushed in from 2 yards out with 7:06 left in
the game for the final margin. Moreno also had a 33-yard
keeper in the third quarter to set up Lomibao's second
score. The game actually finished with a running clock,
which would have never been predicted before kickoff.
San Diego HS 6
Linebackern B.J. Gonzales (3)
of Grossmont intercepts the
first pass of the game, as the Foothillers score
four TDs in
the first quarter in an easy romp Included was
punt return for a score by
Christian Brooks to make
it 14-0 after six minutes. (Photo by Linda Byerline)
GROSSMONT 61, SAN DIEGO HS 6 The Foothillers
got on the board quickly, going 80 yards for an opening
score, as ANTHONY LAWRENCE threw a short pass to CHRISTIAN
BROOKS who was cutting back inside when he received
the ball. Brooks slipped by four defenders from just
seven yards out for a 7-0 lead
Brooks would add his second score of the first quarter
on a 53-yard punt return midway through the period.
The senior caught the ball on the fly and slid right
up the middle past three Cavers, before shooting to
the left side. He picked up a key block inside the 10
from KALVIN WATERS to cruise into the end zone.
The Hillers' JOSH ANDERSON rushed around the right
side for a score to make it 21-0 late in the first.
Anderson took a quick handoff out of the shotgun from
Lawrence, ran past one defender, then ran through the
arms of another would-be tackler before heading into
the right corner of the goal.
Grossmont's front of BRAD BOYCE, TARIQ BOUTROS, DUSTIN
BINNS, LOGAN CANDELARIO and MARCUS MORGAN had their
way with the San Diego defenders at the line of scrimmage.
One of the beneficiaries was sophomore running back
JAKE HAAR, who scored on a 63-yard run with under 10
minutes left in the second quarter. Four minutes later,
Lawrence hit J.T. BARNES with a TD pass, extending the
lead to 41-0. Sophomore CALVIN FARRIS also had a touchdown
run in the final minute of the first half.
Lawrence completed 14 of 15 passes and 3 touchdowns
for the Hillers.
Helping pitch the near-shutout were defenders BRANDON
WAGNER, RYAN YOUNG, JULIO VILLA, DONOVAN OKOROCHA, JUSTIN
PEACE, LUCAS MEDEIROS, DAVID MAKAJ and ANGEL ESPARZA.
Senior running back KENNY KING scored two touchdowns
midway through the final period for Grossmont
one for 18 yards and another for 10.
When we went up 7-0, Lawrence hit J.T. with back-to-back
touchdown passes, said Grossmont coach TOM KARLO.
Then the rout was on.
The neat thing about it was I played all 69 players
on my roster, Karlo said. As a coach you
cant ask for a situation better than that.
Mission Bay 24,
The Patriots mounted an early 21-3 lead, only
to fall in a non-league road game in Pacific Beach
for their first setback of the season in six starts.
Sebastian Swift makes
the tackle from behind. (Photo by Ramon Scott)
Christian running back Trento
a Mission Bay defender in Friday's contest. (Photo by Tori Mills)
MISSION BAY 24, CHRISTIAN 21 The Buccaneers
scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to win
a battle of unbeatens in Friday (Oct. 4) afternoons
tilt at Mission Bay High.
The Patriots won a ball control-oriented first half,
taking a 14-3 lead into the locker room at intermission.
The teams traded three-and-outs to open the game and
the first quarter remained scoreless, but the Patriots
scored early in the second quarter, as they converted
three fourth downs, and cashed in on a 2-yard scoring
plunge by senior TRENTON SAULS for the game's first
score. Sauls blasted in behind the force of linemen
PAUL LIEMGRUBER, LAITHE ISENMANN and OWEN ADAIR.
Christian added a second touchdown in the second when
Sauls rumbled 45 yards following a screen pass to the
left side by senior quarterback MICHAEL CARRILLO. Carrillo
set the play up by rolling right, then throwing back
across his body to Sauls on the left side. The 6-foot,
228-pounder then set his sights for the end zone, putting
Christian ahead 14-0.
The Bucs got into the red zone late in the first half
on a deep completion, but the Patriots held the hosts
to a field goal just before halftime.
Senior PARIS MILLER scored on a 10-yard run to give
the Patriots a 21-3 lead with five minutes remaining.
Thats when the Bucs broke out the long ball.
Andre Pettis-Miller took the ensuing kickoff 81 yards
to cut the lead to 21-10. The hosts later converted
on a turnover and closed the gap to 21-17 on a 33-yard
touchdown pass to Lamarriel Taylor from Nicholas Plum.
We beat them in every category except special
teams, said Patriots offensive coordinator DAVID
Mission Bay (5-0) appeared to take the lead on a 65-yard
punt return, but a clipping penalty on the return at
the Christian 3-yard line, forced the Bucs to start
their short field at the 18.
Pettis-Wilson caught a touchdown pass on the next play,
however, at the hosts had their first lead with 6:36
left in the game.
On the Pats' next drive, a 50-yard screen pass for
an apparent touchdown was called back because of a holding
penalty. Christian was stopped by the Mission Bay defense
on the drive and forced to punt with four minutes left.
Christian (5-1) got the ball back at its own 15 with
2:36 left and one time out remaining, but ran four plays
without gaining a first down, turning the ball over
with 2:01 remaining.
The Patriots got the ball again at its own 15 with
1:08 to go, but nothing resulted of the final drive.
Mission Bay was blazing fast, Beezer said.
Windows are small and tough for running teams
to break through.
MAR VISTA 14, SANTANA 6 The Sultans held
Mar Vista to just one pass completion on the night Friday
(Oct. 4). Unfortunately for Santana, that connection
went for an 80-yard touchdown on a short middle screen
in the third quarter to give the hosts a 14-0 lead.
Still, the night was something for the Santana defense
to build upon.
The Mariners put together an 11-play drive in the first
quarter, capped by Jimmie Hill's 8-yard touchdown run
for the only score of the first half.
The Santana defense stopped Mar Vista for the remainder
of the half, as MATT HOMAN, BRIAN PARKER, ANTHONY DIAZ,
FERNANDO MURPHY, MARK JAGER, ANDREW NOVOTNY, BRANDON
BEAMON and CHRIS SWEET turned up the heat to keep the
game within one score.
The Mariners took the ball down to the Sultan 30 with
just under four minutes to play, but came away empty-handed.
Meanwhile, the Sultans ended the first half with a
lengthy drive, which stalled at the Mar Vista 2-yard
Mar Vista's Poco Cavaco scored the 80-yard touchdown,
but from there, the Sultans kept Mar Vista off the scoreboard
the rest of the way, as defenders TANNER KVEDERIS, A.J.
JAMES, WILL PETTY, OWEN BROWN and FRANCISCO ESPINOZA
added their contribution.
Mar Vista did control the game on the ground, however,
gaining 204 yards on 35 attempts.
Santana's junior kicker JACOB HAMPSON had a big night,
booming field goals of 42 and 43 yards, to give the
Sultans their only points. His first try came with under
seven minutes left in the third quarter. The second
boot came in the opening minute of the fourth, as the
Sultans started a drive at their own 20 before stalling
out, setting up the field goal.
The Sultans put together a short threat late in the
fourth, taking the ball from the Mar Vista 48, down
to the 20 with just under three minutes remaining, and
following a couple of sizable losses, took it back down
to the 25 before turning the ball over on downs.
Steele Canyon 0
Following last year's 49-49 tie
- at the time, a state record
the rematch saw the Cougars
get blanked for the first time
since 2008 (Valhalla).
Photo: The quarterback sack
by LB Sean McCarthy (41). (Don DeMars Photography)
San Diego Section
Open Division Records
La Costa Canyon
Torrey Pines Steele Canyon
6 / Fri., Oct. 4
Mount Miguel 38, Poway 3
Eastlake 52, Sweetwater 14
Canyon Country-Canyon 28, Steele Canyon 0
La Costa Canyon 24, Rancho Bernardo 21
BYE: Helix, Torrey Pines, Oceanside, Mission
Canyon Country-CANYON 28, STEELE CANYON 0
The rough and tumble world of Steele Canyon football
doesnt get any softer as the Cougars steer into
the beginning of Grossmont Hills League play next week
against West Hills.
We like to think our tough preseason schedule
will help to have prepared us for our league,
Steele Canyon coach SCOTT LONGERBONE said.
It was a painful reminder as the visiting Cowboys battled
the Cougars to a 49-49 tie in a non-league game in Orange
County a year ago.
In Friday (Oct. 4) nights contest Canyon scored
on the game's opening drive as Myron McAfee scored on
a 15-yard touchdown run on a sweep, but the Cougars'
LAWRENCE DICKENS returned the ensuing kickoff 43 yards
down to the Canyon 42, getting nice blocking along the
way from teammate WILLIE FAIR.
However, Steele Canyon 's drive would stall.
Canyon scored its second touchdown with 30 seconds
to go in the first half.
Steele Canyon junior RILEY JONES recorded a sack in
the third quarter.
MACKEY BOWERS caught two passes for 37 yards, while
MARKELL LINDLEY rushed for 40 yards on 11 carries for
Safety SEAN McCARTHY anchored the Steele Canyon defense
with 13 tackles.
Sean and Willie Fair were all over the field,
On the opposite of the ball Longerbone was please with
the blocking of offensive lineman ANTHONY HERNANDEZ
and LOGAN STATLEY.
Steele Canyon finished with 160 total yards.
Thats hardly enough to beat a team of Canyon
Countrys caliber, Longerbone noted.
Grossmont 29, San Diego HS 16
El Capitan 16, Granite Hills 8
Steele Canyon 24, Canyon Country-Canyon 6
Santana 28, Mar Vista 12
Granite Hills 32, El Capitan14
Grossmont 34, San Diego HS 16
Monte Vista 20, Patrick Henry 14
El Capitan 5-1
Monte Vista 0-2 (2 missing)
Mount Miguel 0-5 GHL
West Hills 5-0
Steele Canyon 3-2
Granite Hills 2-3
Helix 2-2 Others
Christian 4-0 (2 missing)
Monte Vista 5-1
El Capitan 3-3
Mount Miguel 1-4
ECVHS unknown GHL
Granite Hills 3-2
Steele Canyon 2-2
West Hills 0-4
5: SoCal CIF Bowl Rankings
By Cal-Hi Sports
Note: The top 10 teams that would be ranked
by CalHiSports.com for the CIF Open Division
in Southern California would be:
1. St. John Bosco (Bellflower); 2. Serra
(Gardena); 3. Mater Dei (Santa Ana); 4.
Mission Viejo; 5. Servite (Anaheim); 6.
Alemany (Mission Hills); 7. Long Beach Poly
(Long Beach); 8. Centennial (Corona); 9.
Hart (Newhall); 10. Chaminade (West Hills).With
assistance from Harold Abend and Paul Muyskens,
here are the Week 5 rankings for each of
Southern California's CIF bowl game divisions
(previous ranking in parentheses; after
games of Saturday, Sept. 29):
DIVISION I SOUTH
1. (1) St. John Bosco (Bellflower) 4-0
2. (2) Mater Dei (Santa Ana) 5-0
3. (3) Mission Viejo 5-0
4. (5) Servite (Anaheim) 3-1
5. (7) Alemany (Mission Hills) 5-0
6. (6) Long Beach Poly (Long Beach) 4-1
7. (8) Centennial (Corona) 3-2
8. (11) Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) 4-1
9. (12) Mission Hills (San Marcos) 5-0
10. (13) Oaks Christian (Westlake Village)
11. (15) Rancho Cucamonga 5-0
12. (14) Edison (Fresno) 4-0
13. (NR) Bishop Amat (La Puente) 3-1
14. (NR) Santa Margarita (Ranch SM) 3-2
15. (NR) Lutheran (Orange) 5-0
Drops: Previous No. 4 Vista Murrieta (Murrieta)
lost to Cathedral Catholic (San Diego) 35-28;
No. 9 St. Bonaventure (Ventura) lost to Alemany
(Mission Hills) 38-24; No. 10 Oceanside lost
to Mission Hills (San Marcos) 30-6.
Bubble Teams: Cathedral Catholic (San Diego)
4-1, Chino Hills 4-1, Clovis North (Fresno)
4-1, Crenshaw (Los Angeles) 1-3, Eastlake
(Chula Vista) 4-1, Helix (La Mesa) 3-2, Ramona
5-0, Trabuco Hills (Mission Viejo) 4-1, Venice
No. 1 Team Result: St. John Bosco (Bellflower)
did not play.
Team of the Week: Ramona. In his ninth season
as the head coach for the Bulldogs, Damon
Baldwin has his team out to a 5-0 start and
well on its way to a potential nine-win season
for the first time after an impressive 10-6
win over Helix of La Mesa. Helix has a win
over Cathedral Catholic of San Diego and the
Dons just knocked off Vista Murrieta of Murrieta,
which was ranked in the top 10 of the state.
An early field goal gave the Bulldogs a 3-0
lead in the first quarter and the score remained
that way until the Highlanders scored to take
the lead on the first play of the fourth quarter.
The Bulldogs then responded with a 15-play
drive that went 80 yards and lasted almost
eight minutes with Brandon Gansch scoring
the game-winning touchdown on a 6-yard run.
Breakdown: Servite of Anaheim moved up one
spot this week to No. 4 in anticipation of
this Saturday's matchup at the Santa Ana Bowl
against NorCal kingpin De La Salle. Most SoCal
fans will no doubt be hoping for a DLS downfall,
but the CIF itself should be hoping for a
DLS win. The best case scenario if you are
the CIF for the end of the season Open Division
final is for the Spartans (or Folsom) to be
unbeaten and top 10 in the nation playing
a St. John Bosco or similar SoCal team that's
also unbeaten and top 10 in the nation.
DIVISION III SOUTH
1. (1) Monrovia 4-0
2. (2) Corona del Mar (Newport Beach) 5-0
3. (3) Nordhoff (Ojai) 4-0
4. (4) Wasco 3-1
5. (5) Mission Oak (Tulare) 4-0
6. (6) Garden Grove 4-0
7. (7) Carpinteria 5-0
8. (8) Oak Park (Agoura Hills) 4-1
9. (NR) Irvine 4-0
10. (NR) Jurupa Hills (Fontana) 2-2
Drops: Previous No. 9 Paraclete (Lancaster)
lost to Dorsey 27-20; No. 10 Northview (Covina)
lost to San Dimas 41-7.
Bubble Teams: Centennial (Compton) 1-3, Laguna
Beach 3-1, Liberty (Madera Ranchos) 4-0, Lindsay
4-0, Rim of the World (Lake Arrowhead) 3-1,
Salesian (Los Angeles) 3-2, Yucca Valley 4-0.
No. 1 Team Result: Monrovia defeated South
Hills (West Covina) 31-13.
Team of the Week: Garden Grove. Willy Puga
has the Argonauts out to another great start
as the CIF SS Southern Division finalists
from last season have started this year with
four wins after a 37-3 road win against Katella
of Anaheim (which also was 3-0 entering the
game). Angel Martinez led the offense as he
passed for 205 yards and two touchdowns while
Austin Christian earned his spot in our weekly
state stars later this week with three interceptions
on defense. Coach Puga, who is in his fourth
season with the Argonauts, has led them to
a 32-11 record and a pair of double-digit
Breakdown: The top eight teams in this division
all won their games last week so there was
little movement. Two new teams did have to
be found for previous No. 9 Paraclete and
previous No. 10 Northview. Irvine, which remained
unbeaten with a 30-13 win over Laguna Hills,
was an easy choice to go in out of the CIFSS
Southern Division. Jurupa Hills, with two
losses to bigger schools, was the next team
in line from the CIFSS East Valley Division
and has one of the state's top junior QBs
in Damion Wright.
DIVISION II SOUTH
1. (1) Serra (Gardena) 4-0
2. (2) Hart (Newhall) 3-0
3. (3) Chaminade (West Hills) 3-1
4. (4) Edison (Huntington Beach) 2-1
5. (5) La Habra 3-1
6. (11) Los Alamitos 4-0
7. (NR) Valencia 3-1
8. (8) Harvard-Westlake (Westlake Village)
4-0 9. (12) Madison (San Diego) 4-1
10. (13) Oak Hills (Hesperia) 5-0
11. (14) San Gorgonio (San Bernardino) 5-0
12. (15) West (Torrance) 4-0 13. (10) St. Augustine (San Diego) 3-2
14. (NR) Norwalk 5-0
15. (NR) San Fernando 5-0
Drops: Previous No. 6 Citrus Hill (Perris)
lost to King (Riverside) 24-17; No. 7 Villa
Park lost to El Toro 42-35; No. 9 Canyon (Canyon
Country) lost to Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks)
Bubble Teams: Canyon (Canyon Country) 3-1,
Cathedral (Los Angeles) 5-0, El Diamante (Visalia)
4-1, Heritage (Menifee) 4-1, Huntington Beach
3-2, Imperial 5-0, Lompoc 4-1, Paloma Valley
(Menifee) 5-0, Porterville 5-0, Rancho Verde
(Moreno Valley) 3-2, St. Joseph (Santa Maria)
4-0, Yorba Linda 5-0.
No. 1 Result: Serra (Gardena) defeated Narbonne
(Harbor City) 37-13.
Team of the Week: Los Alamitos. As other teams
continue to lose, the Griffins remained undefeated
with their third straight road win as they
defeated Lynwood 42-6 and moved up the most
in this week's DII South rankings. Nick Wendell
passed for 244 yards and a touchdown with
most of that going to Dashawn Gordon, who
caught 10 passes for 161 yards and a touchdown.
Damonte King carried the ball just five times
but three of those carries ended up with him
scoring a touchdown. Los Al started the season
well last year too at 5-1 before losing four
of the last five games once in Sunset League
play. And if Los Al can just score in its
last six games, it will set a new state record
for scoring in 345 consecutive games dating
back to 1987.
Breakdown: While La Habra moved ahead of Edison
in this week's CIFSS Southwest Division rankings,
we don't agree and were not going to drop
the Chargers for playing Mater Dei with a
7-6 lead heading into the fourth quarter of
an eventual 21-7 loss. Previous No. 6 Citrus
Hill and No. 7 Villa Park both did drop and
went all the way out after losses last week.
This week's highest ranked newcomer, Valencia,
lost its only game 56-34, to Chaminade, which
is climbing in the overall state top 25. The
Vikings also had a quality win last week of
42-21 over Santa Monica. It also seemed like
a good week to get L.A. City Division II leader
San Fernando into the mix in this division.
The Tigers crushed Van Nuys 68-22 last week,
which was one team they lost to in the regular
season a year ago before they won their section
title. This week, San Fernando faces Sylmar,
which was the other team they lost to last
1. (1) Bishop Diego (Santa Barbara) 4-0 2. (2) Christian (El Cajon) 5-0
3. (3) St. Margaret's (SJ Capistrano) 4-0 4. (4) Francis Parker (San Diego) 5-0
5. (6) Viewpoint (Calabasas) 4-1
6. (7) Mission Prep (San Luis Obispo) 4-1
7. (8) Rio Hondo Prep (Arcadia) 4-1 8. (10) Santa Fe Christian (Solana Beach)
9. (NR) Kern Valley (Lake Isabella) 4-1
10. (NR) View Park (Los Angeles) 4-0
Drops: Previous No. 5 Windward (Los Angeles)
lost to Viewpoint (Calabasas) 32-13; No. 9
Bishop's (La Jolla) lost to Christian (El
Bubble Teams: Bishop's (La Jolla) 4-1, Capistrano
Valley Christian (San Juan Capistrano) 4-0,
Central Valley Christian (Visalia) 3-1, La
Jolla Country Day (La Jolla) 4-1, Ontario
Christian 3-2, Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth)
1-3, St. Anthony (Long Beach) 4-0, Windward
(Los Angeles) 3-1.
No. 1 Team Result: Bishop Diego defeated Inglewood
Team of the Week: Viewpoint (Calabasas). The
Patriots knew with a win they would move up
in the rankings at least one spot and that's
what they did with a 32-13 victory over previous
No. 5 Windward of Los Angeles. It moved them
up to No. 5 this week but the four teams higher
all won as well so the bump wasn't higher.
Sophomore Zach Chulake passed for 137 yards
and a touchdown while also rushing for a score
while junior Dominick Brown rushed for 98
yards and two touchdowns. Viewpoint started
just 2-5 last season before three straight
wins got the team into the CIFSS playoffs. Breakdown: Reader Ron O'Rion asked
a great question about No. 2 Christian of
El Cajon. He noticed that the Patriots, along
with other San Diego Section teams like Santa
Fe Christian and Bishop's, are listed for
the San Diego Division III section playoffs.
That section champion also is listed by the
CIF as being Division II South for the bowl
games. How could Christian (and the others)
still be D4? The answer is that Christian's
enrollment, no matter what section playoff
division it is in, will put that school into
the D4 consideration list when the section
commissioners sit down to pick teams. If a
school is 500 or under, it can go to D4 and
in almost all situations that's the division
those schools are going to be in. In these
cases, the enrollment number supersedes the
list of state divisions on the CIF state website.
This could be the night for El Cajon Valley to find
the win column when Orange Glen visits the Braves on Friday
The Braves must be poised in upset mode if they expect
to upend the Patriots (2-3).
Remember now Orange Glen got hammered by Hoover 57-0
earlier this season, so if youre coach NORMAN
WHITEHEAD he has to convince his Braves theyve
got a shot at a victory.
If the Braves win it will be in large part due to speedy
running back MATHEW SHEARIN, who is second in East County
in rushing with 622 yards on 122 carries for 4 touchdowns.
Braves quarterback ALAN MICHAEL HARRIS is not afraid
to run either, with 314 yards on 52 carries and 3 touchdowns
to his credit.
A flip of the coin, but the coin is going to come up...
Orange Glen 26-16.
CIFSDS Media Poll
(Thru Sept. 30)
1. Mission Hills
2. San Pasqual
5. Cathedral Catholic
7. Madison 8. Helix
9. Carlsbad 10. El Capitan
Others receiving votes: St. Augustine
(12), Grossmont (8), Mission Bay (6), Christian
(5), Mount Miguel (3), La Costa Canyon (2),
Imperial (1), Hilltop (1), Torrey Pines (1).
total of 31 sportswriters, sportscasters and CIF
representatives from throughout the county vote
in the weekly poll. This year's panel includes:
John Maffei, Craig Malveaux, Dennis Lin, Don Norcross,
Lisa Lane and Andrew Bruer (U-T San Diego), Steve
Brand, Terry Monahan, Bill Dickens, Tom Saxe and
Rick Hoff (U-T San Diego stringers), Nick Pellegrino
(East County Sports.com), Steve Dolan and Rick Hill
(107.9 FM/The Mountain), Ernie Martinez (XTRA Sports
1360), John Kentera, Jack Cronin, Ted Mendenhall,
Bob Petinak, Jordan Carruth, Bobby Wooldridge and
Mark Chlebowski (The Mighty 1090), Rick Willis,
Brandon Stone and Jake Fadden (KUSI-TV), Craig Elsten
(619sports.net), Rick Smith (Partletonsports.com),
Jeff Kurtz (playonsports), Jerry Schniepp, John
Labeta (CIF San Diego Section office), Bruce Ward
(SD City Schools).
MONTE VISTA at PATRICK HENRY, 6:30 The
Monte Vista Monarchs (2-3) are getting better by the
week, having come off two wins in a row, and should
balance their record against Patrick Henry (0-4) on
Friday (Oct. 4).
Head coach RON HAMAMOTOs Monarchs need a victory
to balance their record at.500 heading into the beginning
of Grossmont Valley League play next week. Monte Vista
has recovered from an 0-3 start with back-to-back victories...
Monte Vista 23-7.
SAN DIEGO HS at GROSSMONT, 7 Grossmont
should have a field day against San Diego High, as the
Foothillers (3-1) should follow dominating victories
over previous opponents with East County passing leader
ANTHONY LAWRENCE and wide receiver CHRISTIAN BROOKS
leading the way.
San Diego took the first 11 meetings (1922-54) in the
series, but the Hillers have taken the last two since
the series resumed in 2010.
Grossmont has to be angry that its not ranked
in the Top 10 this week... Grossmont 38-13.
EL CAPITAN at GRANITE HILLS, 7 This should
be a classic matchup between two of the top passers
in East County.
BRAD CAGLE, averaging 243 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns,
leads No. 10 ranked El Capitan against Granite Hills
CHRIS MEREDITH (138 yards passing per game, 6 touchdowns)
Friday night (Oct. 4) in the Eagles Homecoming game.
The home crowd may help the Eagles, but the pick here
is... El Capitan 42-28.
Former Granite Hills athletes
for 'Eagles Varsity Rally', Oct. 4
Legendary alum Dwight Morris will serve as Honorary
Coach for the event, which is open to all current
and former athletes at Homecoming football game
against undefeated El Capitan at Valley Stadium.
The cost for the event is $7.
Letter-winners are asked to RSVP assistant principal
CHRISTIAN at MISSION BAY, 3 This is a
key game if the Patriots hope to finish the season undefeated.
But Mission Bay should be one of their biggest challenges
Friday afternoon (Oct. 4) by the beach.
Christian has more keys to the victories than the Buccaneers
in that running back PARIS MILLER, who recently rejoined
the team after an injury, has 16 carries for 162 yards
and 2 touchdowns, along with quarterback MICHAEL CARRILLO
(1145 yards, 13 TDs).
The Patriots scrambled against Mission Bay last year
yet took a 29-19 victory, snapping a 2-game skid to
the Bucs. They should be able to continue the climb...
San Diego Section
Open Division Records
Torrey Pines Steele Canyon
La Costa Canyon
6 / Fri., Oct. 4
Canyon Country-Canyon at Steele Canyon
Mount Miguel at Poway
La Costa Canyon at Rancho Bernardo
Sweetwater at Eastlake
BYE: Helix, Torrey Pines, Oceanside, Mission
CANYON COUNTRY at STEELE CANYON, 7 This
could be a wild one it was last year, when the
two teams tied at 49-49 after a series of final moment
touchdowns and 2-point conversions.
Of course both teams have different casts than they
had a year ago, but that doesnt mean the game
wont be a shootout. If youre looking to
spend a good ticket, this is the place to go Friday
night (Oct. 4).
Several records were set in that game by the Cougars
and who knows what will happen this time around... Steele
MOUNT MIGUEL at POWAY, 7 This puzzle
will be hard to figure since Poway is up and down like
yoyos. Coming off a 61-0 loss to Oceanside a game ago
has to anger the Titans.
But Mount Miguel is another team that is difficult
to figure in that the Matadors are also on the yoyo
string. Mount Miguel has five Division I players, but
that may not be enough to turn back the Titans.
Mount Miguel is definitely capable of an upset, but
it isnt likely... Poway 28-22.
SANTANA at MAR VISTA, 7 This one should
really be ugly. The victory-hungry Sultans will have
their hands full again against Mar Vista in Friday nights
(Oct. 4) encounter.
The Sultans are struggling on the offensive side and
dont have the defense to set up scoring plays...
Mar Vista 31-7.
(8) Mission Bay 21, (1) Madison 18
(5) Rancho Buena Vista 50, (4) Mount Miguel 10
(3) Imperial 49, (6) El Capitan 42
(2) St. Augustine 41, (7) West Hills 7
CIFSDS Playoffs, First
Fri., Nov. 15
(1) Mission Hills 56, (8) Steele Canyon 35
(4) Helix 41, (5) La Costa Canyon 7
(3) Oceanside 35, (6) Torrey Pines 0
(2) Eastlake 41, (7) Poway 7
(8) El Camino 14, (9) Point Loma 13
(1) San Pasqual, bye
(5) Grossmont 35, (12) Otay Ranch 6
(4) Carlsbad, bye
(6) Olympian 35, (11) Mira Mesa 18
(3) Cathedral Catholic, bye
(7) Mt. Carmel 26, (10) Westview 14
(2) Ramona, bye
(8) Mission Bay 41, (9) Brawley 16
(1) Madison, bye
(5) Rancho Buena Vista 54, at (12) Serra 21
(4) Mount Miguel, bye
(6) El Capitan 45, (11) Del Norte 21
(3) Imperial, bye
(7) West Hills 31, (10) Scripps Ranch 17
(2) St. Augustine, bye
(8) Granite Hills 28, (9) Bonita Vista 14
(1) Francis Parker, bye
(5) San Marcos 42, (12) Fallbrook 14
(4) Santa Fe Christian, bye
(6) Hoover 61, (11) Calexico 0
(3) Hilltop, bye
(7) Morse 56, (10) The Bishop's 17
(2) Christian, bye
(8) University City 20, (9) Castle Park 0
(1) Monte Vista , bye
(5) Mater Dei Cath 55, (12) El Cajon Valley 7
(4) La Jolla, bye
(11) EC-Southwest 10, at (6) Montgomery 7
(3) El Centro-Central, bye
(10) Clairemont 28, at (7) La Jolla Country Day 14
(2) Sweetwater, bye
(1) Crawford 49, (8) CV-Calvary Chr. 12
(4) Palo Verde Valley 19, (5) Army-Navy 14
(3) Mountain Empire 16, (6) Escondido Charter 7
(2) Holtville 42, (7) Vincent Memorial 6
Fri., Aug. 30
Grossmont 52. Patrick Henry 27
Christian 42, SLO-Mission Prep 0
El Capitan 70, Peace River (Alberta) 0
Mount Miguel 35, Morse 7
Steele Canyon 41, Chula Vista 14
West Hills 17, Santana 7
El Camino 21, Granite Hills 12
Horizon 31, Mountain Empire 30
Mira Mesa 17, Valhalla 13
Ramona 49, El Cajon Valley 14
Serra 42, Monte Vista 22
Calvin Christian 53, Foothills Christian 26
Fallbrook 55, University City 23
Calexico 21, Holtville 6
Crawford 55, SD-Southwest 0
Horizon 31, Mountain Empire 30
Francis Park 41, Coronado 6
Palo verde Valley 41, Calipatria 0
Classical Academy 39, Lutheran 9
The Bishop's 26, Clairemont 20
Julian 46, Borrego Springs 26
Sat., Aug. 31
Honolulu-Punahou 10, Helix 6
Thurs., Sept. 5
CV-Calvary Christian 21, SD Jewish 20
Fri., Sept. 6
Grossmont 56, Escondido 23
El Capitan 44, Mater Dei Catholic 0
Christian 42, Santana 0
Helix 32, Northridge (Utah) 0
Mount Miguel 25, Otay Ranch 15
Foothills Christian 14, Maranatha 7
Madison 35, Valhalla 5
St. Augustine 20, Steele Canyon 12
Montgomery 20, El Cajon Valley 7
West Hills 31, Monte Vista 6
Coronado 35, SD-Soithwest 14
Clairemoint 49, EC-Southwest 15
Hoover 30, University City 7
Crawford 49, Julian 0
La Jolla Country Fay 34, Vincent Memorial 12
Calipatria 53, BorregoSprings 0
Calvin Christian 46, Lutheran 24
Fri., Sept. 13
Non-League Helix 21, Cathedral Catholic 16
El Capitan 49, Serra 14
West Hills 27, El Centro-Central 13
Valhalla 24, Monte Vista 14
Christian 66, El Cajon Valley 3
San Ysidro 48, Foothills Christian 13
Granite Hills 49, Patrick Henry 21
Ramona 52, Grossmont 22
Castle Park 28, Santana 7
Vista 8, Steele Canyon 6
Madison 20, Mount Miguel 7 (final score will stand; game ended early,
Coronado 48, Cochrane (Albt.) 28
Montgomery 34, Clairemont 21
Morse 22, University City 13
Crawdord 39, Horizon 23
CV-Calvary Christian 22, Maranatha 0
Mountain Empire 40, Anza-Hamilton 35
Calipatria 36, The Rock 7
Holtville 41, Desert Mirage 0
Vincent Memorial 44, Lutheran 0
Julian 29, Ocean View Christian 0
Tri-Coty Christian df. at Borrego Springs, forfeit
Fri., Sept. 20
Citrus League Lutheran 33, Foothills Christian 6
Christian 35, Ontario Christian 13
El Capitan 49, Valhalla 25
Granite Hills 51, El Centro-Central 29
Helix 42, Mount Miguel 19
Monte Vista 34, Sweetwater 3
Steele Canyon 27, Rancho Buena Vista 23
West Hills 23, Serra 0
Francis Parker 52, Santana 13
El Cajon Valley 51, San Ysidro 34
Mountain Empire 38, SD-Southwest 16
Clairemont 35, Castle Park 0
The Bishop's 20, Coronado 17
Julian 46, Riverside-Sherman Indian 6
Temecula-Rancho Christian 34, CV-Calvary 0
Vincent Memorial 36, Classical Academy 6
Newport Beach-Sage Hills 21, Esacondido Charter 16
El Centro-Southwest 54, Holtville 14
Crawford 43, Maranatha 0
Yuma (Ariz.) 13, Calipatria 8
Bye - Grossmont Fri., Sept.
No.11 El Capitan 45, West Hills 26
No.12 Christian 56, The Bishops 28
No.13 Grossmont 42, Otay Ranch 7
No.9 Ramona 10, No.3 Helix 6
Monte Vista 29, Kearny 12
Mount Miguel 45, Valhalla 14
Granite Hills 55, El Cajon Valley 10
Mountain Empire 54, Army-Navy 39
Crawford 68, Foothills Christian 0
No.2 Mission Hills 30, No.1 Oceanside 6
University City 35, San Diego HS 21
Mission Bay 41, Clairemont 0
Hilltop 10, Coronado 0
San Ysidro 31, Calipatria 18
Holtville 49, San Luis (Ariz.) 0
Escondido Charter 42, Tri-City Christian 14
Classical 28, Newport Beach-Sage Hill 21
CV-Calvary Christian 28, Calvin Christian 27
Sat., Sept. 28
Point Loma 35, Santana 3
Thurs., Oct. 3
San Diego Jewish 27, Julian 0
Fri., Oct. 4
El Cajon Valley 38, Orange Glen 13
Mount Miguel 38,
Monte Vista 28, Patrick Henry 21 (OT)
Grossmont 61, San Diego 6
El Capitan 55, Granite Hills 14
Mission Bay 24, Christian 21
Mar Vista14, Santana 6
Canyon Country-Canyon 28, Steele Canyon 0
La Jolla 27, Coronado 22
Hoover 48, Clairemont 7
Serra 28, University City 14
Classical 25, Calvin Christian 8
Horizon 53, Escondido Charter 22
Holtville 28, Palo Verde Valley 7
Vincent Memorial 43, Borrego Springs 0
Maranatha Christian 18, Lutheran 16
Fri., Oct. 11
Grossmont Hills League
Grossmont 63, Granite Hills 49
Helix 47, Valhalla 10
West Hills 20, Steele Canyon 17 Grossmont Valley League
Monte Vista 46, El Cajon Valley 0
Mount Miguel 42, El Capitan 21
Santana - bye Central League
Christian 49, Coronado 3 Manzanita League
Mountain Empire 40, Escondido Charter 0 Vincent
Memorial 41, Calipatria 0
Crawford 21, Holtville 14 Citrus League
CV-Calvary Christian 22, Boirrego Springs 6
Classical 20, Julian 7 Non-League
La Jolla 63, University City 6
Fri., Oct. 18
Grossmont Hills League
Helix 45, Granite Hills 13
Grossmont 21, Steele Canyon 19
West Hills 32, Valhalla 25 Grossmont Valley League
Santana 35, El Cajon Valley 0
Mount Miguel 35, Monte Vista 12
El Capitan bye Citrus League
Borrego Springs 44, Foothills Christian 0
Julian 40, Lutheran 14 Manzanita League
Holtville 33, Mountain Empire 12
Calipatria at Crawford, ccd.
Sat., Oct. 19
Escondido Charter 29, Vincent
Memorial 22 Citrus League
CV-Calvary Chr. 34, Classical Academy 27
Fri., Oct. 25
Grossmont Hills League
Granite Hills 17, Steele Canyon 14
Helix 44, West Hills 7
Grossmont 69, Valhalla 14 Grossmont Valley League
El Capitan 42, Santana 0
Mount Miguel 62, El Cajon Valley 0 Central League
University City 28, Coronado 18 Citrus League
Classical Academy 54, Foothills Christian 0
Borrego Springs 64, Lutheran 19
CV-Calvary Chr. 16, Julian 10 Manzanita League
Holtville 40, Escondido Charter 18
Crawford 45, Vincent Memorial 0
Sat., Oct. 26
Christian 49, Clairemont 0 Manzanita League
Mountain Empire df. Calipatria,
Fri., Nov. 1
Grossmont Hills League Helix 58, Grossmont 36
Steele Canyon 28, Valhalla 7
West Hills 36, Granite Hills 13
Grossmont Valley League El Capitan 21, Monte Vista 0
Mount Miguel 53, Santana 0
Christian 52, University City 3
Foothills Christian 9, Julian 6
CV-Calvary Christian 62, Lutheran 27
Classical Academy 69, Borrego Springs 6
Crawford 29, Mountain Empire 14
Holtville 54, Vincent Memorial 0
Escondido Charter 27, Calipatria 14
CV-Calvary Christian 56, Foothills Christian 19
Fri., Nov. 8
Grossmont Hills League
Helix 14, Steele Canyon 13
Grossmont 48, West Hills 6
Granite Hills 45, Valhalla 25 Grossmont Valley League
Monte Vista 44, Santana 3
El Capitan 48, El Cajon Valley 7 Non-League
Christian 62, La Jolla Country Day 9
Mission Bay 49, Coronado 13 Central League
University City 10, Clairemont 9 Manzanita League
]Mountain Empire 52, Vincent Memorial 30
Holtville 40, Calipatria 7
Crawford 20, Escondido Charter 0 Citrus League
Classical Academy 66, Lutheran 8
Julian 47, Borrego Springs 24
END REGULAR SEASON
SAN DIEGO SECTION
2013 DIVISIONS (2012 division in parenthesis)
OPEN DIVISION 8 Teams, 8 Playoff Berths
Eastlake (1) Helix (2)
La Costa Canyon (2)
Mission Hills (1)
Poway (2) Steele Canyon (2)
Torrey Pines (1)
DIVISION ONE 16 Teams, 12 Playoff Berths
Cathedral Catholic (3)
Chula Vista (1)
El Camino (1) Grossmont (1)
Mira Mesa (1)
Mt. Carmel (3)
Otay Ranch (1)
Point Loma (3)
San Pasqual (1) Valhalla (2)
DIVISION TWO 16 Teams, 12 Playoff Berths
Del Norte (N/A) El Capitan (3)
Mar Vista (4)
Mission Bay (4) Mount Miguel (4)
Rancho Bernardo (2)
Rancho Buena Vista (1)
St. Augustine (4)
Scripps Ranch (2)
Valley Center (4) West Hills (3)
DIVISION THREE 17 Teans, 12 Playoff Berths
The Bishop's (5)
Bonita Vista (2)
Calexico (1) Christian (5)
Fallbrook (1) Granite Hills (1)
Patrick Henry (2)
Francis Parker (5)
San Diego HS (2)
San Marcos (2)
Santa Fe Christian (5) Santana (4)
DIVISION FOUR 17 Teans, 12 Playoff Berths
Castle Park (3)
El Centro-Central (3)
Clairemont (4) El Cajon Valley (2)
La Jolla (4)
La Jolla Country Day (5)
Mater Dei Catholic (4) Monte Vista (3)
Orange Glen (2)
San Ysidro (2)
El Centro-Southwest (2)
San Diego-Southwest (3)
Tri-City Christian (5)
University City (3)
DIVISION FIVE 18 Teans, 8 Playoff Berths
Borrego Springs (5)
Chula Vista-Calvary Christian (5)
Calvin Christian (5)
Classical Academy (5)
Escondido Charter (5) Foothills Christian (5)
Maranatha Christian (5) Mountain Empire (5)
Palo Verde Valley (4)
San Diego Jewish (5)
San Pasqual Academy (5)
Vincent Memorial (5)
NOT LISTED (Many of these schools are playing 8-man football,
but not all)
Vista-Calvary Christian (5)
Mission Vista (N/A)
Ocean View Christian (N/A)
St. Joseph (N/A)
The Rock (5)
CONF. / CENTRAL LEAGUE
PATRIOTS Home games at Granite Hills
El Cajon Valley
at Ontario Christian
at Mission Bay
at La Jolla Country Day
**San Marcos (at Mesa Coll.)
GROSSMONT HILLS LEAGUE
at Patrick Henry
at El Cajon Valley
*at West Hills
**at Francis Parker
**ay San Marcos
at Cathedral Catholic
*at Steele Canyon
**La Costa Canyon
**at Mission Hills
at St. Augustine (MesaCollege)
at Rancho Buena Vista
*at Granite Hills
**at Mission Hills
at Monte Vista
*at Steele Canyon
*at Granite Hills
Hills WOLF PACK
at El Centro-Central
at El Capitan
*at Steele Canyon
**at St. Augiustine (at Mesa Coll., Thurs.)
GROSSMONT VALLEY LEAGUE
at Christian (Granite Hills)
*at Mount Miguel
**at Mater Dei Catholic
at Mater Dei Catholic
at Granite Hills
*at Monte Vista
*at El Cajon Valley
*at Imperial (Thurs.)
at West Hills
at Sweetwater (at Hilltop)
at Patrick Henry (1-OT)
*at El Cajon Valley
*at Mount Miguel
**Sweetwater (at Mesa Coll.)
at Otay Ranch
*at El Capitan
*El Cajon Valley
** Rancho Buena Vista (Thurs.)
SULTANS Home games at Santee Community Stadium
at Point Loma (Sat.)
at Mar Vista
*El Cajon Valley
*at El Capitan
* at Monte Vista
Christian KNIGHTS Home games at Seau Field, Parkway MS
*at Classical (Orange Glen)
*at CV-Calvary (Olympian; Thurs.)
at Viewpoint (Occidental Coll.)
*at Vincent Mem. (at El Centro-Southwest)