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Updated CIF bowl game results

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All-Time CIF State Championship Bowl Game Results

(MVP selected by Cal-Hi Sports ; Click on links for full recaps)


CIF Open Division

2011: De La Salle (Concord) 35, Westlake (Westlake Village) 0

MVP: Bart Houston (De La Salle) QB

2010: De La Salle (Concord) 48, Servite (Anaheim) 8

MVP: Lucas Dunne (De La Salle) RB

2009: De La Salle (Concord) 28, Crenshaw (Los Angeles) 14

MVP: Terron Ward (De La Salle) RB-DB

2008: Grant (Sacramento) 25, Poly (Long Beach) 20

MVP: Darvin McCauley (Grant) WR

CIF Division I

2011: Santa Margarita (Rancho SM) 42, Bellarmine (San Jose) 37

MVP: Johnny Stanton (Santa Margarita) QB

2010: Palo Alto 15, Centennial (Corona) 13

MVP: Kevin Anderson (Palo Alto) DE

2009: Oceanside 24, Bellarmine Prep (San Jose) 19

MVP: Jerry Whitaker (Oceanside) WR

2008: Centennial (Corona) 21, De La Salle (Concord) 16

MVP: Vontaze Burfict (Centennial) LB

2007: De La Salle (Concord) 37, Centennial (Corona) 31

MVP: Travis Carrie (De La Salle) DB

2006: Canyon (Canyon Country) 27, De La Salle (Concord) 13

MVP: J.J. DiLuigi (Canyon) RB

CIF Division II

2011: Helix (La Mesa) 35, Del Oro (Loomis) 24

MVP: Brandon Lewis (Helix) QB

2010: Folsom 48, Serra (Gardena) 20

MVP: Dano Graves (Folsom) QB

2009: Servite (Anaheim) 33, Rocklin 30

MVP: Cody Fajardo (Servite) QB

2008: Cathedral Catholic (San Diego) 37, St. Mary's (Stockton) 34

MVP: Tyler Gaffney (Cathedral Catholic) RB

2007: Oceanside 28, Novato 14

MVP: Frank Zimmerman (Oceanside) WR

2006: Orange Lutheran (Orange) 42, Palo Alto 28

MVP: Aaron Corp (Orange Lutheran) QB

CIF Division III

2011: Washington Union (Easton) 21, Campolindo (Moraga) 16

MVP: Donald Phelps (Washington Union) RB-DB

2010: Escalon 30, Madison (San Diego) 14

MVP: Adrian Cortes (Escalon) LB-FB

2009: Serra (Gardena), 24, Marin Catholic (Marin) 20

MVP: Robert Woods (Serra) WR

2008: St. Bonaventure (Ventura) 28, Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa) 6

MVP: Logan Meyer (St. Bonaventure) QB

2007: St. Bonaventure (Ventura) 35, Central Catholic (Modesto) 21

MVP: Darrell Scott (St. Bonaventure) RB

2006: Oaks Christian (Westlake Village) 27, Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa) 20 (OT)

MVP: Ryan Lingle (Cardinal Newman) QB

CIF Division IV

2011: Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth) 34, Le Grand (Le Grand) 13

MVP: Xavier Menifeld (Sierra Canyon)

2010: Bishop's (La Jolla) 40, Brookside Christian (Stockton) 14

MVP: Alec Fisher (Bishop's) RB

2009: Modesto Christian (Modesto) 44, Parker (San Diego) 40

MVP: Deon Randall (Parker) QB

2008: St. Margaret's (San Juan Capistrano) 59, Hamilton Union (Hamilton) 7

MVP: John Murayama (St. Margaret's) RB

All-Time Section Won-Loss Record


Central Section: 1-0 (1.000)

San Diego Section: 5-2 (.714)

Southern Section: 11-6 (.647)

Sac Joaquin Section: 4-6 (.400)

North Coast Section: 4-7 (.364)

Central Coast Section: 1-3 (.250)

L.A. City Section: 0-1 (.000)

Northern Section: 0-1 (.000)

Note: The Oakland and San Francisco Sections has not had a team selected for a CIF bowl game.

CIF D1 South Bowl Bid

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Here are the top 10 rankings for this division in Southern California by Cal-Hi Sports after all section championships are complete (previous ranking in parentheses; teams with asterisk are ineligible for bowl game):

1. (1) Westlake (Westlake Village) 14-0

2. (3) Vista Murrieta (Murrieta) 14-0 (9-5 incl. forfeits)

3. (5) Santa Margarita (Rancho SM) 12-2

4. (7) Bakersfield 13-0

5. (4) Oaks Christian (Westlake Village) 11-3*

6. (2) Centennial (Corona) 12-2*

7. (8) Upland 12-1*

8. (9) Mission Viejo 10-3*

9. (6) San Clemente 12-2*

10. (10) Servite (Anaheim) 10-2*

Drops: None.

Other section champs also eligible: Narbonne (Harbor City) 11-3, Poway 12-0-1.

Case for Westlake:

1. After going 14-0 and not being selected two years ago, the time has come for the Warriors to not just be chosen for a bowl game but for the Open Division.

2. Westlake is the top-ranked team in every poll in Southern California and along the way defeated Oaks Christian of Westlake Village twice. Oaks Christian’s only other loss was to Bellevue of Washington, which is No. 10 in the POWERADE FAB 50.

3. Westlake has a win over Del Oro of Loomis in the first game 30-27 in overtime. Del Oro went on to finish 13-1 and is the odds-on favorite to be chosen for the CIF Division II bowl game.

Case for Vista Murrieta:

1. The Broncos won arguably the toughest divisional title in Southern California this season with their 35-28 triumph on Friday night against Corona Centennial. When their divisional playoffs began, the field included unbeaten Upland and unbeaten Redlands East Valley. They beat Upland 39-18 in the semifinals.

2. Vista Murrieta did not lose a game on the field during the season. Other wins on-the-field came against quality opponents Crespi of Encino, Chaparral of Temecula and J.W. North of Riverside. Crespi and J.W. North were both in the top 25 of the state rankings at various points this season.

Case for Bakersfield:

1. If the CIF counts the forfeit losses against Vista Murrieta, then the Drillers come into the picture. If they don’t, then Vista Murrieta appears to be the selection due to strength of schedule.

2. Bakersfield closed the season with two very strong wins. The first was a 31-14 triumph over Clovis in the Central Section Division I semifinals, followed by a 38-3 win over Bullard of Fresno in the final.

3. While the Drillers did not play any quality teams from outside the section, they certainly took care of business against everyone they played.

4. The CIF Central Section has not had a team selected to a CIF bowl game yet and this may be the best chance. That is not supposed to be part of the criteria, but the voters in the room are human and it could be.

5. Bakersfield is a great choice for historians. The school has more than 600 all-time wins and won four CIF state titles in football during the 1920s.

Case for Santa Margarita:

1. The Eagles won what is traditionally the strongest divisional title in the Southern Section with their victory over San Clemente on Saturday.

2. Although they have two losses, one was in overtime to Servite of Anaheim when the Friars were No. 2 in the state. The other loss is a tougher one to Mater Dei. On the plus side, coach Harry Welch’s team had wins over teams like Tesoro, Carson, Lutheran of Orange, St. John Bosco of Bellflower, Bishop Amat of La Puente, Long Beach Poly and Mission Viejo.

3. There may not be a better offensive line in the state. With USC-bound Max Tuerk leading the way, Santa Margarita’s massive front tends to wear down opposing teams. That’s partly why the Eagles have become such a good second-half team.

3. If the Eagles get a chance, coach Harry Welch would be going for his third CIF state title from a third different school. No other coach has even won a title from two. His two earlier state bowl wins came when he was at Canyon of Canyon Country (2006) and St. Margaret’s of Rancho SM (2008).
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After Westlake of Westlake Village outlasted Oaks Christian 49-42 to win the CIF Southern Section Northern Division title on Friday, the Warriors (14-0) appear to be a shoo-in to be chosen on Sunday to play in this year’s CIF Open Division state final.

The real drama in Southern California, therefore, seems to be for the Division I berth.

Vista Murrieta improved to 14-0 on-the-field after it won over Centennial of Corona, but the Broncos are 9-5 including five forfeit losses and it’s unknown how those forfeits will be viewed by the CIF state selection committee.

Bakersfield, meanwhile, went to 13-0 with a 38-3 romp past Bullard of Fresno in the CIF Central Section Division I final. The Drillers need Vista Murrieta to be viewed more for its 9-5 record than 14-0 and also needed Santa Margarita (12-2) to win the CIFSS Pac-5 final on Saturday over San Clemente (12-2), which happened.

Here are this weekend’s full list of top 25 scores (Saturday night updated):

1. De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) 12-1

Defeated San Ramon Valley (Danville) 49-13 for CIF North Coast Section Div. I title on Saturday.

2. Westlake (Westlake Village, Calif.) 14-0

Defeated No. 8 Oaks Christian (Westlake Village) 49-42 to win CIF Southern Section Northern Division title. Eligible for CIF state bowl game.

3. Bellarmine (San Jose, Calif.) 12-1

Section playoffs complete. Won CCS Open Division championship. Eligible for CIF state bowl game.

4. Centennial (Corona, Calif.) 12-2

LOST No. 5 Vista Murrieta (Murrieta) 35-28 in CIFSS Inland Division final.

5. Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, Calif.) 14-0**

Defeated No. 4 Centennial (Corona) 35-28 to win CIFSS Inland Division title. Eligible for CIF state bowl game Upland, 39-18. **Asterisks indicate five forfeit losses not included. Official record is 9-5.

6. Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.) 11-3

LOST No. 2 Westlake (Westlake Village) 49-42 in CIFSS Northern Division final.

7. Del Oro (Loomis, Calif.) 13-1

Section playoffs complete. Won CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division III title. Eligible for CIF state bowl game.

8. Santa Margarita (Rancho SM, Calif.) 12-2

Defeated No. 9 San Clemente 27-13 on Saturday for CIFSS Pac-5 Division title.

9. San Clemente (San Clemente, Calif.) 12-2

Defeated No. 8 Santa Margarita (Rancho SM) 27-13 on Saturday for CIFSS Pac-5 Division title.

10. Helix (La Mesa, Calif.) 12-1

Section playoffs complete. Won CIF San Diego Section Division II title. Eligible for CIF state bowl game.

11. Bakersfield (Bakersfield, Calif.) 13-0

Defeated Bullard (Fresno) 38-3 to win CIF Central Section Division I title. Eligible for CIF state bowl game.

12. Upland (Upland, Calif.) 12-1

Section playoffs complete. Lost in CIFSS Inland Division semifinals to Vista Murrieta.

13. Mission Viejo (Mission Viejo, Calif.) 10-3

Section playoffs complete. Lost in CIFSS Pac-5 Division semifinals to Santa Margarita.

14. Servite (Anaheim, Calif.) 10-2

Section playoffs complete. Lost in CIFSS Pac-5 Division playoffs to Tesoro, but defeated Santa Margarita earlier in the season.

15. St. Bonaventure (Ventura, Calif.) 10-3

Section playoffs complete. Lost in CIFSS Northern Division semifinals to Oaks Christian.

16. Marin Catholic (Kentfield, Calif.) 13-1

LOST to Campolindo (Moraga) 20-18 on Saturday in CIF North Coast Section Division III championship.

17. Vacaville (Vacaville, Calif.) 13-1

Section playoffs complete. Won CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division II title. Eligible for CIF state bowl game.

18. Granite Bay (Granite Bay, Calif.) 12-2

Section playoffs complete. Won CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division I title. Eligible for CIF state bowl game.

19. Poway (Poway, Calif.) 12-0-1

Section playoffs complete. Won CIF San Diego Section Division I title. Eligible for CIF state bowl game.

20. Rancho Cucamonga (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.) 11-2

Section playoffs complete. Lost in CIFSS Inland Division semifinals to Centennial of Corona.

21. Redlands East Valley (Redlands, Calif.) 11-1

Section playoffs complete. Lost in CIFSS Inland Division playoffs to Rancho Cucamonga but had a win earlier in the season vs. Mission Viejo.

22. Rancho Verde (Moreno Valley, Calif.) 14-0

Defeated Palm Springs 35-16 to win CIF Southern Section Central Division title. Eligible for CIF state bowl game.

23. Lompoc (Lompoc, Calif.) 14-0

Defeated Cabrillo (Lompoc) 21-0 to win CIF Southern Section Northwest Division title. Eligible for CIF state bowl game.

24. St. Mary’s (Stockton, Calif.) 9-3

Section playoffs complete. Lost in CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division II playoffs to Vacaville but had win earlier in the season vs. Stockton Lincoln.

25. Lincoln (Stockton, Calif.) 11-2

Section playoffs complete. Lost in CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division I playoffs to Granite Bay but had win earlier in the season vs. Pleasant Grove of Elk Grove.

Teams On The Bubble (alphabetical)

Arroyo Grande 13-1 (won CIFSS Western Div. title)

Buhach Colony (Atwater) 12-1

Campolindo (Moraga) 14-0 (beat Marin Catholic)

Cathedral Catholic (San Diego) 12-1

Elk Grove 12-1

Long Beach Poly (Long Beach) 10-2

Narbonne (Harbor City) 11-3 (won L.A. City Section title)

Palma (Salinas) 11-1-1

San Pedro 12-1

Serra (San Mateo) 11-2

Tesoro (Las Flores) 8-5

Bubble Teams That Lost: Bullard (Fresno), Carson, Palm Springs, San Ramon Valley (Danville)
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Both favorites in the north and south for the CIF Open Division state bowl game had running clock victories on Friday and will play in section championships next weekend.

State No. 1 De La Salle, which also is No. 13 in the POWERADE FAB 50 national rankings, led 42-0 at halftime of its 48-0 victory against Pittsburg in the CIF North Coast Section Division I semifinals. The Spartans, who have not allowed a touchdown on defense against eight of the 11 California teams they have played this season, will play either San Ramon Valley of Danville or Monte Vista of Danville in next week’s section final. They have won 20 consecutive NCS crowns and are the two-time defending CIF Open Division state champions.

State No. 2 Westlake, which rose to No. 15 in this week’s FAB 50, clobbered Marmonte League rival Thousand Oaks 62-0 in the CIF Southern Section Northern Division semifinals. The Warriors will play Oaks Christian, the school within walking distance of their campus, in next week’s title game. The two rivals played in last year’s Northern Division championship with Oaks Christian prevailing when a possible game-winning field goal hit the post.

Here are this weekend’s full list of top 25 scores (including Saturday night updates):

1. De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) 11-1

Defeated Pittsburg, 48-0.

2. Westlake (Westlake Village, Calif.) 13-0

Defeated Thousand Oaks, 62-0.

3. Bellarmine (San Jose, Calif.) 12-1

Defeated Palo Alto, 41-13, for CCS Open Division title. Eligible for CIF state bowl game selection on Sunday, Dec. 11.

4. Centennial (Corona, Calif.) 12-1

Defeated No. 17 Rancho Cucamonga, 41-21.

5. Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, Calif.) 13-0**

Defeated No. 6 Upland, 39-18.

6. Upland (Upland, Calif.) 12-1

LOST No. 5 Vista Murrieta (Murrieta), 18-39.

7. Mission Viejo (Mission Viejo, Calif.) 10-3

LOST No. 13 Santa Margarita (Rancho SM), 20-21.

8. Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.) 11-2

Defeated No. 12 St. Bonaventure (Ventura), 27-24.

9. Pleasant Grove (Elk Grove, Calif.) 12-2

LOST to Granite Bay 30-24 on Saturday in CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Div. I championship.

10. Del Oro (Loomis, Calif.) 13-1

Defeated No. 25 Oakdale, 21-7, for CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Div. III title. Eligible for CIF state bowl game selection meeting on Sunday, Dec. 11.

11. Helix (La Mesa, Calif.) 11-1

Defeated Mission Hills (San Marcos), 21-0, on Thursday. Plays again on Saturday in section semifinals.

12. St. Bonaventure (Ventura, Calif.) 9-3

LOST No. 8 Oaks Christian (Westlake Village), 24-27.

13. Santa Margarita (Rancho SM, Calif.) 11-2

Defeated No. 7 Mission Viejo, 21-20.

14. San Clemente (San Clemente, Calif.) 12-1

Defeated No. 20 Tesoro (Rancho SM), 51-16.

15. Bakersfield (Bakersfield, Calif.) 12-0

Defeated Clovis, 31-14.

16. San Pedro (San Pedro, Calif.) 12-1

LOST Carson, 19-24.

17. Rancho Cucamonga (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.) 11-2

LOST No. 4 Centennial (Corona), 21-41.

18. Dorsey (Los Angeles, Calif.) 11-2

LOST Narbonne (Harbor City), 7-41.

19. Folsom (Folsom, Calif.) 11-3

LOST No. 23 Vacaville 39-35 on Saturday for CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Div. II title.

20. Tesoro (Rancho SM, Calif.) 8-5

LOST No. 14 San Clemente, 16-51.

21. Servite (Anaheim, Calif.) 11-1*

Season complete. Ineligible for CIF state bowl game.

22. Marin Catholic (Kentfield, Calif.) 13-0

Defeated Encinal (Alameda) 41-6 on Saturday.

23. Vacaville (Vacaville, Calif.) 12-1

Defeated No. 19 Folsom 39-35 on Saturday. Eligible for CIF state bowl game selection meeting on Sunday, Dec. 11.

24. Redlands East Valley (Redlands, Calif.) 11-1*

Season complete. Ineligible for CIF state bowl game.

25. Oakdale (Oakdale, Calif.) 13-1

LOST No. 10 Del Oro (Loomis), 7-21.

Teams On The Bubble (alphabetical)

Arroyo Grande 12-1

Buhach Colony (Atwater) 12-1*

Campolindo (Moraga) 13-0

Cathedral Catholic (San Diego) 11-1

Elk Grove 12-1*

Granite Bay 12-2 (beat Pleasant Grove)

Lincoln (Stockton) 11-2*

Lompoc 13-0

Long Beach Poly (Long Beach) 10-2*

Narbonne (Harbor City) 10-3

Poway 11-0-1

Rancho Verde (Moreno Valley) 13-0

St. Mary's (Stockton) 8-3*

Bubble Teams That Lost: Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa), Edison (Fresno), Palo Alto
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The game of the night on Friday was at Cerritos College where No. 2 Servite survived an overtime thriller against No. 20 Santa Margarita with a 43-42 triumph. We have linked the ESPNLA story from that game on our front page and will have more about the Friars later in the weekend. The only upset of the night was in the CIF Central Section where Clovis West ended a terrible season on a bright note by knocking off previously unbeaten Clovis.

The game of the night on Thursday was at Moorpark College where No. 3 Westlake rolled over No. 11 St. Bonaventure 35-14. It was similar to the Warriors’ previous 43-16 victory against No. 10 Oaks Christian. Contrary to what some were saying on the Fox Sports West broadcast, however, Westlake has had a close game this year and in fact came within one play of losing when the team played Del Oro of Loomis.

Numbers were important on many fronts in Westlake’s win. Coach Jim Benkert became the third coach in the state this season to record his milestone 200th victory and joins a list that in the history of the state still only includes less than 70 names. Kicker Alex Ball did not get to try or make any field goals so he ended his regular season two short of the state record of 18 set in 1993 by Justin Ventura of Claremont and tied in 2004 by Kai Forbath from Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks.

The number that perhaps means the most for Benkert and his squad is 10 as in 10-0. The win capped Westlake’s fourth 10-0 regular-season since 1999, completed a sweep through the Marmonte League (something the Warriors didn’t do last year) and ensured a top seeding in the CIF Southern Section Northern Division playoffs. Two of the three previous 10-0 teams heading into the playoffs also went on to finish the section playoffs at 14-0. If this year’s team does the same, there doesn’t seem to be much doubt that a 15th game would be next in a CIF state bowl game.

Here are this weekend’s top 25 scores (through Saturday):

1. De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) 9-1
Defeated California (San Ramon) 24-3 on Friday.

2. Servite (Anaheim, Calif.) 9-1
Defeated Santa Margarita (Rancho SM) 43-42 in OT on Friday at Cerritos College.

3. Westlake (Westlake Village, Calif.) 10-0
Defeated No. 11 St. Bonaventure (Ventura) 35-14 on Thursday.

4. Bellarmine (San Jose, Calif.) 9-1
Defeated St. Ignatius (San Francisco) 54-14 on Saturday.

5. Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, Calif.) 10-0*
Defeated Murrieta Mesa 51-20 on Thursday.

6. Centennial (Corona, Calif.) 9-1
Defeated King (Riverside) 58-3 on Thursday.

7. Redlands East Valley (Redlands, Calif.) 10-0
Defeated Yucaipa 48-0 on Thursday.

8. Mission Viejo (Mission Viejo, Calif.) 8-2
Defeated Trabuco Hills (Mission Viejo) 42-7 on Thursday.

9. Long Beach Poly (Long Beach, Calif.) 9-1
Defeated Cabrillo (Long Beach) 43-6 on Thursday.

10. Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.) 8-2
Defeated Newbury Park 42-17 on Thursday.

11. St. Bonaventure (Ventura, Calif.) 9-2
LOST to No. 3 Westlake (Westlake Village) 35-14 on Thursday.

12. Pleasant Grove (Elk Grove, Calif.) 10-1
Defeated Rodriguez (Fairfield) 57-13 on Thursday.

13. Del Oro (Loomis, Calif.) 10-1
Defeated Sacramento 42-0 on Friday in Sac-Joaquin Section D3 playoffs.

14. Helix (La Mesa, Calif.) 9-1
Defeated Steele Canyon (Spring Valley) 49-7 on Thursday.

15. Buhach Colony (Atwater, Calif.) 11-0
Defeated Lodi 48-13 on Friday in Sac-Joaquin Section D2 playoffs.

16. Upland (Upland, Calif.) 10-0
Defeated Alta Loma 49-3 on Thursday.

17. Clovis (Clovis, Calif.) 9-1
LOST to Clovis West (Fresno) 29-27 on Friday.

18. Lincoln (Stockton, Calif.) 10-1
Defeated Sheldon (Sacramento) 56-30 on Thursday.

19. Elk Grove (Elk Grove, Calif.) 11-0
Defeated River City (West Sacramento) 49-0 on Friday in Sac-Joaquin Section D2 playoffs.

20. Santa Margarita (Rancho SM) 8-2
LOST to Servite (Anaheim) 43-42 in OT on Friday at Cerritos College.

21. Dorsey (Los Angeles, Calif.) 9-1
Defeated Locke (Los Angeles) 33-7 on Thursday.

22. Bakersfield (Bakersfield, Calif.) 10-0
Defeated Liberty (Bakersfield) 42-13 on Thursday.

23. Grant (Sacramento, Calif.) 8-3
Defeated Turlock 38-0 on Friday in Sac-Joaquin Section D1 playoffs.

24. J.W. North (Riverside, Calif.) 9-1
Defeated Norco 45-14 on Friday.

25. Alemany (Mission Hills, Calif.) 8-2
Defeated Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) 21-14 on Friday.

Teams On The Bubble (alphabetical):
Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa) 9-0-1
Cathedral Catholic (San Diego) 9-1
Edison (Fresno) 9-1
Folsom 9-2
Loyola (Los Angeles) 8-2
Narbonne (Harbor City) 7-3
Poway 9-0-1
Rancho Cucamonga 9-1
Rancho Verde (Moreno Valley) 10-0
San Clemente 9-1
San Pedro 10-0
St. John Bosco (Bellflower) 7-3
St. Mary’s (Stockton) 9-2

Bubble Teams That Lost: Crespi (Encino), Palma (Salinas), St. Augustine (San Diego), Yucaipa.

Comments or corrections? Email Mark.Tennis@espn.com.
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After a busy Thursday night that was highlighted by Westlake's 43-21 triumph over Oaks Christian in a matchup of top 10 teams, the Friday slate of games was marked by Redlands East Valley posting a 10-7 win over No. 3 Mission Viejo. The Diablos entered the season with a number of top returnees from last year's 13-1 team and lost earlier to FAB 50 national No. 1 Don Bosco Prep of New Jersey. This loss, though, is more of a stunner, especially with the REV defense holding Mission to just one score. We can't recall of a bigger regular season win for the REV program under coach Kurt Bruich. We'll have to consult with some of our Inland Empire friends to see what they think now of the pecking order involving the Wildcats along with unbeaten Vista Murrieta and 4-1 Corona Centennial, which has that early loss to St. Bonaventure that is looking much worse with recent results although it was in a close game.

The complete Top 25 state weekend scoreboard through reported results of Friday night follows (this scoreboard will be updated after Saturday night as well):

1. De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) 4-1

Defeated Foothill (Pleasanton) 39-3.

2. Servite (Anaheim, Calif.) 4-1

Does not play.

3. Mission Viejo (Mission Viejo, Calif.) 4-2

LOST to Redlands East Valley (Redlands) 10-7.

4. Santa Margarita (Rancho SM, Calif.) 5-0

Does not play

5. Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.) 3-2

Lost to No. 10 Westlake (Westlake Village) 43-21 on Thursday.

6. Long Beach Poly (Long Beach, Calif.) 5-1

Defeated Jordan (Long Beach) 67-6.

7. St. Bonaventure (Ventura, Calif.) 4-1

Defeated Moorpark 28-17 on Thursday.

8. Centennial (Corona, Calif.) 4-1

Defeated J.W. North (Riverside) 52-34.

9. Bellarmine (San Jose, Calif.) 4-1

Defeated Valley Christian (San Jose) 48-6.

10. Westlake (Westlake Village, Calif.) 4-0

Defeated No. 5 Oaks Christian (Westlake Village) 43-21 on Thursday.

11. Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, Calif.) 5-0

Defeated Palisades (Pacific Palisades) 37-0.

12. Pleasant Grove (Elk Grove, Calif.) 5-1

Defeated Ponderosa (Shingle Springs) 58-7.

13. Del Oro (Loomis, Calif.) 5-1

Defeated Rocklin 37-7.

14. Buhach Colony (Atwater, Calif.) 6-0

Defeated Turlock 33-19.

15. California (San Ramon, Calif.) 5-0

Defeated Monte Vista (Danville) 25-24.

16. Lutheran (Orange, Calif.) 5-0

Does not play.

17. Oceanside (Oceanside, Calif.) 3-1-1

Tied Mission Hills (San Marcos) 10-10.

18. San Clemente (San Clemente, Calif.) 6-0

Defeated West Adams Prep (Los Angeles) 35-6 on Saturday.

19. Helix (La Mesa, Calif.) 5-1

Defeated Mount Miguel (Spring Valley) 49-7.

20. Clovis (Clovis, Calif.) 5-0

Does not play

21. Upland 5-0

Does not play

22. Bishop Amat (La Puente, Calif.) 5-1

Defeated Venice 38-35 on Thursday.

23. Lincoln (Stockton, Calif.) 5-1

Defeated Chavez (Stockton) 49-19.

24. Bakersfield (Bakersfield, Calif.) 5-0

Does not play.

25. Crespi (Encino, Calif.) 5-1

Defeated Taft (Woodland Hills) 56-7 on Thursday.

Teams On The Bubble (alphabetical):

Carson 2-3

Elk Grove 6-0

Dorsey (Los Angeles) 3-1

Folsom 5-1

J.W. North (Riverside) 4-1

Loyola (Los Angeles) 4-1

Mater Dei (Santa Ana) 2-3

Rancho Cucamonga 5-0

Redlands East Valley (Redlands) 5-0

Serra (San Mateo) 5-0

St. John Bosco (Bellflower) 4-1

St. Mary’s (Stockton) 4-2

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