Cal-Hi Sports Top 25 Weekend Scoreboard
September, 8, 2012
By Mark Tennis & Paul Muyskens | ESPN.com
Mark Tennis/ESPNHSDavid Mewborn (left) caught game-winning touchdown pass for Vacaville against Marin Catholic with five seconds left. His brother, Daniel (right), also played strongly on both sides of the ball.Narbonne’s win over Long Beach Poly gets us scrambling for the state record book because it’s the first shutout of the Jackrabbits in nearly 20 years. No. 24 Central of Fresno hangs on at home on Saturday with highest-ranked team to fall being No. 12 Oceanside.
Here is a look at scores through Saturday night, Sept. 14. Check back on Monday for the new and updated top 25 rankings package. If you come back and no longer see Cal-Hi Sports content on an ESPN page, please go to our twitter page @CalHiSports or our Facebook page for updates. This page will be discontinued after next Friday, Sept. 14 and a temporary home for our content will begin on Saturday, Sept. 15 with next weekend’s scoreboard.
1. De La Salle (Concord) 2-0
Defeated Mullen Prep (Denver, Colo.) 30-13. Spartans trailed 13-7 at halftime, but put it together in second half.
2. Santa Margarita (Rancho Santa Margarita) 3-0
Defeated Trabuco Hills (Mission Viejo) 55-0. According to Adrian Peters, team’s info whiz, Eagles scored on their first eight possessions and set school record with 609 yards offense.
3. Vista Murrieta (Murrieta) 2-0
Defeated South (Anchorage, Alaska) 49-8.
4. Oaks Christian (Westlake Village) 3-0
Defeated Venice 35-17.
5. Bakersfield 3-0
Defeated Garces (Bakersfield) 34-24.
6. Alemany (Mission Hills) 3-0
Defeated J.W. North (Riverside) 54-14.
7. Tesoro (Rancho Santa Margarita) 3-0
Defeated Chino Hills 24-14.
8. Mission Viejo 3-0
Defeated Santiago (Corona) 42-17.
9. Elk Grove 3-0
Defeated Del Campo (Fair Oaks) 20-16.
10. Serra (Gardena) 3-0
Defeated Mira Costa (Manhattan Beach) 27-20.
11. Helix (La Mesa) 2-0
Defeated Vista 43-7.
12. Oceanside 1-1
Lost to Chaparral (Temecula) 40-30.
13. Narbonne (Harbor City) 2-0
Defeated No. 19 Long Beach Poly (Long Beach) 56-0.
Note: This shutout is the first one suffered by Long Beach Poly in 225 games. We just happened to have researched this state record category on Thursday. Poly had not been shut out since 1995. It was the fourth-longest current such streak in the state and one of the longest in state history. Nevada Union of Grass Valley, which lost on Friday, did score 28 points and has scored in 326 straight games since 1984. It is an ongoing state record.
14. Westlake (Westlake Village) 3-0
Defeated Crenshaw (Los Angeles) 44-41.
15. St. Bonaventure (Ventura) 3-0
Defeated Redlands East Valley 18-7.
16. Upland 3-0
Defeated Jordan (Long Beach) 57-28.
17. Nevada Union (Grass Valley) 2-1
Lost to Pleasant Grove (Elk Grove) 29-28.
18. Centennial (Corona) 1-1
Defeated Cabrillo (Long Beach) 61-6.
19. Long Beach Poly (Long Beach) 1-1
Lost to No. 13 Narbonne (Harbor City) 56-0.
20. Vacaville 2-0
Defeated Marin Catholic (Kentfield) 28-24.
21. Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) 2-1
Defeated Taft (Woodland Hills) 56-0.
22. Mater Dei (Santa Ana) 2-0
Defeated Carson 48-13.
23. Central (Fresno) 3-0
Defeated Palos Verdes (Palos Verdes Estates) 25-22.
24. Lompoc 3-0
Defeated Pioneer Valley (Santa Maria) 42-3.
25. Lincoln (Stockton) 2-1
Defeated Berkeley 34-16.
Teams on the Bubble:
Bellarmine (San Jose) 1-1
Bishop Amat (La Puente) 2-0-1
Canyon (Canyon Country) 3-0
Central Catholic (Modesto) 2-1
Chaparral (Temecula) 3-0
Clovis North (Clovis) 3-0
Crenshaw (Los Angeles) 2-1
El Toro (Lake Forest) 3-0
Hart (Newhall) 1-1
Loyola (Los Angeles) 3-0
James Logan (Union City) 3-0
La Costa Canyon (Carlsbad) 2-0
Marin Catholic (Kentfield) 2-1
Monte Vista (Danville) 3-0
Palo Alto 1-0
Palma (Salinas) 1-0
Pleasant Grove (Elk Grove) 2-1
Placer (Auburn) 2-0
San Clemente 3-0
Servite (Anaheim) 1-1
St. John Bosco (Bellflower) 3-0