O.C.: The Top 10

November, 13, 2011
11/13/11
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Cody Pittman's pass to Ainslie Johnson for a two-point conversion in overtime gave Servite a 43-42 victory over Santa Margarita in one of the season's great games. Despite the loss, Santa Margarita certainly justified its move up to No. 2 last week.

1. (1) Servite (9-1)
Friars got a two-point conversion in overtime to extend Trinity League winning streak to 19 games and polish off a seventh consecutive league title behind behind Cody Pittman, who rushed for 100 yards and passed for 239. Next: vs. Long Beach Wilson at Cerritos College, Friday, 7:30 p.m.

2. (2) Santa Margarita (8-2)
Johnny Stanton gave Servite all it could handle; he rushed for 133 yards and passed for 275 in a losing effort. Last: lost to Servite, 43-42, in overtime. Next: vs. Bishop Amat at Saddleback College, Friday, 7 p.m.

3. (3) Mission Viejo (8-2)
Diablos put the finishing touches on their third consecutive South Coast League title as six different players scored and the first-team defense didn't allow a score. Last: beat Trabuco Hills 42-7. Next: vs. Long Beach Cabrillo, Friday, 7:30 p.m.

4. (4) San Clemente (9-1)
Tritons, after losing the league title to Mission Viejo, had two weeks to get ready for Tesoro, then played like they made the most of their practice time. Last: beat Tesoro, 31-6. Next: vs. Lakewood, Friday, 7:30 p.m.

5. (5) Orange Lutheran (6-4)
Lancers have victories over La Habra and Mater Dei, but they couldn't keep pace with Bosco's explosive offense though trailing by a touchdown going into the fourth quarter. Last: lost to St. John Bosco, 48-28. Next: Season concluded.

6. (6) La Habra (7-3)
The Highlanders were down 24-10 in the third quarter before scoring the final 38 points behind Sean Sparling, Aaron Porter and Brett Bartolone. Last: beat Troy, 48-24. Next: vs. La Palma Kennedy, Friday, 7:30 p.m.

7. (7) Mater Dei (4-6)
The Monarchs opponents are a collective 68-32; by comparison, Servite's opponents are 70-30, and it has the state's strongest schedule. Last: beat JSerra, 42-19. Next: Season concluded.

8. (8) Edison (8-2)
Edison goes into the playoffs on a roll after getting a complete-ame performance, and two rushing and passing touchdowns from Chase Favreau. Last: beat Newport Harbor, 35-7. Next: vs. Tesoro at Orange Coast College, Friday, 7:30 p.m.

9. (9) Tesoro (6-4)
Titans, after the emotional loss to Mission Viejo two weeks ago, were dominated by San Clemente. Still, the Titans can make up for it this week. Last: lost to San Clemente, 31-6. Next: vs. Edison at Orange Coast College, Friday, 7:30 p.m.

10. (10) Huntington Beach (8-2)
The Oilers have looked good in winning two in a row to head into the playoffs, but they will have to look great from here on out. Last: beat Fountain Valley, 30-12. Next: vs. Loyola at L.A. Valley College, Friday, 7 p.m.

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