OC Varsity Pre-Season Top 10

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Servite is too high. They are not talented and should be below San Clemente and perhaps even CDM but definitely SC.
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FJ...I agree as far as talent goes. Norco had more talent and speed...but you can`t judge heart & perseverance. That alone is a scary thing...
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AMEN to that RR :notworthy: :cheers: :rockon:
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And the writer consensus goes like this after two weeks of play,


The Register’s Orange County football top 25 poll.

O.C. TOP 25

(The poll voters are five members of the media)

1. Mater Dei 1-1 (125 poll points)

Monarchs lost a game by forfeit, won a game by decimating national No. 11 Bishop Gorman 42-0.

2. JSerra 2-0 (119)

Road win over state-ranked Calabasas moves Lions to No. 2, were No. 3 last week.

3. Mission Viejo 2-0 (116)

Diablos beat Santa Margarita 30-20, have won six of past seven games against Trinity League teams.


4. Orange Lutheran 1-1 (110)

Defense could not handle state- and nationally-ranked Centennial of Corona in 45-28 loss.

5. Santa Margarita 1-1 (104)


Eagles lost to Mission Viejo for the third year in a row.

6. Servite 2-0 (100)

Comeback win over Norco will boost the confidence of Friars who trailed by 18 points at halftime.

7. San Clemente 1-1 (95)

Tritons lost on the road by two points to Torrey Pines, the top-ranked team in San Diego County.

8. Tesoro 2-0 (85)

Titans beat Knight of Palmdale 39-7, have outscored two opponents 56-13.

9. Corona del Mar 1-1 (84)

Sea Kings bounced back from loss to JSerra with 28-6 win over Palos Verdes.

10. Villa Park 1-0 (80)

Season-opening 57-14 win at Redondo slides Spartans into top 10 after being No. 11 last week.

11. Capistrano Valley 2-0 (79)
12. La Habra 0-2 (72)
13. Los Alamitos 0-1 (63)
14. San Juan Hills 1-1 (60)
15. Edison 0-2 (55)
16. Pacifica 2-0 (44)
(tie) Yorba Linda 1-0 (44)
18. El Modena 1-0 (40)
19. El Toro 2-0 (30)
20. Fountain Valley 2-0 (28)
21. Aliso Niguel 2-0 (22)
22. Santa Ana 2-0 (17)
23T. Huntington Beach 2-0 (13)
23T. St. Margaret’s 2-0 (13)
25. Trabuco Hills 1-1 (10)
Also receiving votes: Valencia 1-1 (9); Katella 2-0 (4); Woodbridge 1-1 (4); Garden Grove 1-0 (1)
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OC Varsity OC TOP 25 release rankings after 3 weeks of play, Los Alamitos w/ it's win over Poly enters the The Top 10...,

O.C. TOP 25

(The poll voters are five members of the media.)

1. Mater Dei 2-1 (125 poll points)

Monarchs defense squeezed La Mirada to minus-27 yards of total offense in a 49-0 win.

This week: vs. St. Mary’s of Stockton at Santa Ana Stadium, Friday

2. JSerra 3-0 (119)

A little luck and enough clutch plays got the Lions a 21-20 win over Bishop Amat.

This week: vs. Pinnacle of Phoenix at Moorpark College, Saturday


3. Mission Viejo 3-0 (116)

Coach Chad Johnson wasn’t excited about it, but Diablos played well enough to beat a good La Habra team 28-14.

This week: vs. Villa Park at El Modena High, Friday

4. Orange Lutheran 2-1 (110)

It had to happen eventually and it did – Lancers offense got hot in 42-17 win over Vista Murrieta.

This week: idle

5. Santa Margarita 1-2 (104)

No drop in the rankings for Eagles after 21-14 loss to Cherry Creek of Colorado.

This week: vs. Mayfair of Lakewood at Trabuco Hills High, Friday

6. Servite 2-0 (101)

Friars, playing a nine-game schedule, did not play last week.

This week: vs. Roosevelt of Eastvale at Cerritos College, Friday

7. Tesoro 3-0 (91)

Titans have outscored opponents 91-19 including 35-6 win over Roosevelt last week.

This week: at West Torrance, Friday

8T. Los Alamitos 1-1 (84)

The Griffins’ 20-6 win over Long Beach Poly last week might make them the new favorites in Sunset League.

This week: vs. Banning of Wilmington at Veterans Stadium, Thursday

8T. San Clemente 1-2
(84)

Losses are to top two teams in San Diego County top 10 by combined margin of five points.

This week: at Murrieta Valley, Friday

10. Corona del Mar 2-1 (82)

Much-recruited junior WR John Humphreys had four TD receptions in 59-6 win over El Toro.

This week: at Lakewood, Friday

11. Capistrano Valley 3-0 (77)

12. Villa Park 2-0 (76)

13. La Habra 0-3 (64)

14. Edison 1-2 (58)

15. San Juan Hills 1-2 (52)

16. El Modena 2-0 (49)

17. Yorba Linda 2-0 (45)

18. Fountain Valley 3-0 (38)

19. Pacifica 2-1 (28)

20. St. Margaret’s 2-1 (26)

21T. Aliso Niguel 3-0 (22)

21T. El Toro 2-1 (22)

23. Garden Grove 2-0 (21)

24. Valencia 2-1 (11)

25T. Katella 3-0 (6)

25T. Trabuco Hills 1-2 (6)

Also receiving votes: Huntington Beach 2-1 (3); Orange 1-1 (2); Sunny Hills 2-1 (1); Woodbridge 1-2 (1).
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The win over Poly doesn't make Los Al the new favorite to win the Sunset by any stretch. Both CDM and Edison would handle them, and Serra will clock them on Friday.
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So how far has LBP fallen @Bick? CDM ran all over LBP in 7V7 but they did that to JS as well and look how that played out.., the one thing I noticed on the field at the 7v7 was a lack of discipline on the LBP side.
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Think JSerra game is at Moorpark HS, not Moorpark College. You may want to reconfirm.
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By the way JSERRA made the TOP 100 on this list coming in a #99

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SK80 wrote:So how far has LBP fallen @Bick? CDM ran all over LBP in 7V7 but they did that to JS as well and look how that played out.., the one thing I noticed on the field at the 7v7 was a lack of discipline on the LBP side.
They are more disciplined and professional than in years past. I think Coach Barbee is changing the culture there, and it shows. Long term, it's the right path, and builds a solid foundation. They have a promising young QB that should thrive when the pieces fit around him. Hopefully the Poly faithful will stay supportive. Polyrules could probably speak into this better than me.

That said, this year's poly team would be hard pressed to make the D4 semis.
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So the 5 GUYS over at OCVARSITY have averaged in their ranking and here ya go...,

What do you think about #2 and #3? Good debate there.

Los Alamitos really climbing the ranks.

V.P., CDM and Capo rounding out the publics in the top 10.

(The poll voters are five members of the media.)

1. Mater Dei 5-1 (125 poll points): Monarchs’ 35-0 win over Servite is their fourth shutout in six games.

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This week: vs. Santa Margarita at Santa Ana Stadium, Friday

2. Mission Viejo 6-0 (118): Joey Yellen threw for 393 yards and 5 TDs, Jojo Forest had four TD receptions in 70-0 win over El Toro.

This week: vs. Capistrano Valley, Friday

3. JSerra 5-1 (117): Lions battled and hung in there in 35-28 loss to St. John Bosco.

This week: vs. Servite, Friday


4. Orange Lutheran 4-2 (110): Ryan Hilinksi-Logan Loya passing connection and Loya’s final-play field goal sparked Lancers’ 39-37 win over Santa Margarita.

This week: at St. John Bosco, Friday

5. Los Alamitos 5-1 (101): Griffins trampled Fountain Valley 69-0 in Sunset League opener.

This week: vs. Newport Harbor at Cerritos College, Friday

6. Santa Margarita 2-4 (99): Sophomore quarterback Peter Costelli was terrific in 39-37 loss to Orange Lutheran.

This week: vs. Mater Dei at Santa Ana Stadium, Friday

7. Villa Park 5-1 (97): Spartans rolled to 57-0 win over Foothill, has scored 113 points over past two games.

This week: vs. El Dorado at Valencia High, Friday

8. Corona del Mar 5-1 (89): Sunset League debut was a 21-14 win over Edison for fifth consecutive win.

This week: vs. Fountain Valley at Newport Harbor High, Friday

9. Servite 3-2 (86): Friars shut out by Mater Dei in Trinity League opener and it doesn’t get much easier from here.

This week: at JSerra, Friday

10. Capistrano Valley
6-0 (83): High-scoring Cougars, averaging 40 points a game, did not play last week, have huge game Friday.

This week: at Mission Viejo, Friday

11. San Clemente 3-4 (74)

12. La Habra 2-4 (71)

13. Tesoro 4-3 (60)

14. Edison 2-4 (59)

15. San Juan Hills 4-3 (58)

16. St. Margaret’s 6-1 (52)

17. Yorba Linda 5-1 (51)

18. Aliso Niguel 6-0 (40)

19. Valencia 5-1 (27)

20. Huntington Beach 5-1 (22)

21. Sunny Hills 6-1 (21)

22. Katella 6-0 (19)

23. El Modena 5-1 (16)

24. El Toro 4-3 (15)

25T. Western 5-1 (9)

25T. Garden Grove 5-1 (9)
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Going off JSerra's performance against Bosco I'd have to rate them 2nd over MV...their game later this month against MD will show if they are the real deal or that was just an off night for the Braves. BTW the Lions face the Monarchs at home the week after MD plays Bosco, so that has the potential of being a major trap game...
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Villa Park moving up the ranks. From number 10, to number 5 in the county.
Ancich has beat Servite and played MV fairly close. Should VP be moved up a division next year?
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Should? They most certainly will. In now what looks to be a much deeper D4 VP and CDM could likely face each other. I'm not the number cruncher Bick is on this but neither will likely stay in D4. D3 for sure and if they win CIF maybe higher. Cajon won D4 last year and was moved to top spot in D3 just out of D2.
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Not much chance at all that either VP or CDM stay in D4 considering the Crestview is the #12 league in the section. Compare that to the PCL that is #52 that was keeping CDM lower than they should be. Considering their power ratings would be top 5 in D2, both really belong in D2, and will likely be there in a couple years, if not next year.
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a lot could happen either way, win or lose league and win or an early exit in CIF.
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Omar Bongo wrote: BTW the Lions face the Monarchs at home the week after MD plays Bosco, so that has the potential of being a major trap game...
:shock: Eyes are wide open on Jserra after that game (Bosco/JSerra,) talent exposed...does not fit the best definition of trap for either...IMO.

So MD and Bosco know the Lions are legit, should be above MV unless Olu beats the Lions.
MD coaching will have them prepared, as they know all to well the Lions can ball...just don't see it as a trap game rather an...Oh ship! These guys are legit! Prep for battle in the Trinity league...arguably the best league in the country today...'It's the Trinity League, baby!' No good coach would look past Jserra or team of elite athletes who know who's who, in the Zoo!

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Best Answer: A "Trap Game" is a game that is played before or after a tough or rival opponent. Teams have a tendency to look past an opponent preparing for the following week's game, or have a letdown after beating a tough or rival opponent.

What is a trap game?
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Who knew that Villa Park would be so dominant? VP destroyed another team Thursday night beating El Dorado in easy fashion. With VP's head coach (Ancich) resembling LA Rams young Phenom coach (Sean Mcvay), his team is resembling the Rams too. With some off season pickups from Mater Dei and La Habra, along with talent that was already there, VP has beat Trinity Servite and played MV very close.
Invision this OC team winning D-4 and moving up possibly more to D-2? Is it possible? VP has gone from number 10 in Orange County to number 5.
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