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Riverside City climb to No 1, Butte upset vaults put Roadrunners in top 10 in football polls

Riverside City are the new No. 1 team in the JC Athletic Bureau and CCSIA polls. (Photo by Bobby R. Hester)

Press release from the JC Athletic Bureau (PDF)
Previous rankings

SAN MATEO – Riverside City College (3-0) is the new No. 1 team this week in the California Community College Athletic Association Football Teams Coaches Poll, conducted by the JC Athletic Bureau. College of San Mateo (3-0) moved up to No. 2, as the top team in Northern California. Now No. 8 Butte College (2-1) ended defending state champion City College of San Francisco’s 16-game winning streak 35-14 on Saturday to trigger the poll change. CCSF fell to No. 9 this week.

Riverside defeated Saddleback, 34-3. San Mateo beat old foe Modesto, 35-14, in a rivalry that dates back to 1925. No. 3 Golden West, No. 4 Mt. San Antonio, No. 5 Cerritos and No. 6 Laney won two seats each. – all 3-0.

The CCSIA Sports Information Managers Survey with the same six teams as the coaches. Riverside and San Mateo are 1-2, followed by Mt. San Antonio, Golden West, Laney and Cerritos.

Butte, after his anger at the defending state champion and City College San Francisco No. 1 last week, jumped into the top 10 of both rankings, landing at No. #9 in the SID poll.

The early season berth in Southern California could be determined Saturday when No. 1 Riverside, the 2021 state runner-up, visits No. 3 Golden West.

Top games this week: Friday, September 23: Contra Costa at #6 Laney; #17 Reedley at Diablo Valley.

Saturday September 24: #1 Riverside to #3 Golden West; #2 San Mateo to #21 American River; #4 Mt. SAC in Bakersfield; #5 Cerritos to the southwest; #14 Long Beach to #7 SD Mesa; #8 Butte to #21 Modesto; #20 Fresno to #9 CCSF; #10 Ventura at Chaffey; #11 Fullerton to #15 Hancock; #12 Canyons to #16 Palomar; Delta at #13 Sierra; San Bernardino at No. 17 El Camino; Shasta at No. 19 Sequoias.

American division: Although all other teams are still engaged in non-championship competition, No. 23 Feather River (3-0) will test his state-leading 13-game winning streak in the Pacific 7 league opener. Saturday in Yuba (0-3). No. 24 Citrus (3-0), the last undefeated American team from Southern California, hosts LA Valley (1-2). The No. 25 Foothill (3-0) entertains Cabrillo (1-2).

(Fred Baer, ​​JCAB)

JCAB FOOTBALL POLL (September 20) CCSIA FOOTBALL POLL (September 20)
R.K. School Registration Points PR R.K. School Registration Points PR
1. City by the water (14) 3-0 374 2 1. City by the water (11) 3-0 275 2
2. College of San Mateo (1) 3-0 348 3 2. College of San Mateo 3-0 261 1
3. golden west 3-0 334 5 3. Mount San Antonio 3-0 247 4
4. Mount San Antonio 3-0 308 6 4. golden west 3-0 240 6
5. Cerritos 3-0 304 seven 5. Laney 3-0 223 seven
6. Laney 3-0 278 T-8 6. Cerritos 3-0 210 ten
seven. San Diego Mesa 3-0 277 T-8 seven. San Francisco City College 2-1 197 1
8. mound 2-1 265 15 8. San Diego Mesa 3-0 194 11
9. San Francisco City College 2-1 254 1 9. mound 2-1 193 13
ten. Ventura 2-1 233 ten ten. Ventura 2-1 180 8
11. Fullerton 2-1 232 14 11. Canyons College 2-1 156 5
12. Canyons College 2-1 212 4 12. Fullerton 2-1 155 15
13. Sierra 2-1 144 20 13. Redwoods College 2-1 120 19
14. City of Long Beach 2-1 141 19 14. Sierra 2-1 108 22
15. Allan Hancock 2-1 134 16 15. City of Long Beach 2-1 105 20
16. Paloma 2-1 127 18 16. Paloma 2-1 97 21
T17. The Camino 1-1 113 11 17. The Camino 1-1 95 9
T17. Reedley 2-1 113 12 18. Allan Hancock 2-1 74 18
19. Redwoods College 2-1 105 21 19. Reedley 2-1 63 14
20. City of Fresno 1-2 72 NR 20. Modest 1-2 47 16
T21. american river 1-2 60 13 21. Shasta 2-1 41 VR
T21. Modest 1-2 60 17 22. Feather River 3-0 36 24
23. Feather River 3-0 56 25 T23. City of Fresno 1-2 35 VR
24. Citrus 3-0 46 NR T23. american river 1-2 35 12
25. hill 3-0 38 NR 25. Citrus 3-0 32 VR
Others: Shasta, 33; De Anza, 26 years old; Saddleback, 22; Santa Rosa, 22; East Los Angeles, 20; Diablo Valley, 19; Bakerfield, 16; Monterey Peninsula, 16; City of Sacramento, 16; Mount San Jacinto, 14; Chaffey, 10; Pasadena City, 10; San Joaquin Delta, 5; city ​​of San Jose, 5; Mercé, 4 years old; Glendale, 3; College of the Siskiyous, 3; City of Santa Barbara, 2; Grosmont, 1.

Others: Foothill, 31; Diablo Valley, 29; De Anza, 20 years old; Saddleback, 19; Bakersfield, 13; Mt. San Jacinto, 12; Merced, 9; Desert College, 7; Pasadena City, 6; City of Santa Barbara, 4; East Los Angeles, 3; Glendale, 3.

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