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HSGameTime high school football rankings. Oct. 30

By in Press Enterprise on October 30, 2017

By Eric-Paul Johnson, Landon Negri

The HSGameTime rankings are based on the combined vote of writers Eric-Paul Johnson and Landon Negri.

1. CENTENNIAL (7-1)
The Huskies trailed early but scored 35 points in a span of 12 1/2 minutes to knock off Norco.
Previous ranking: 1
Up next: Thursday at King

2. HERITAGE (8-1)
The Patriots will look to secure the program’s eighth consecutive Sunbelt League championship.
Previous ranking: 2
Up next: Friday at Paloma Valley

3. MURRIETA VALLEY (7-2)
The Nighthawks routed Great Oak to clinch at least a share of the Southwestern League title.
Previous ranking: 3
Up next: Friday at Murrieta Mesa

4. CITRUS HILL (8-1)
The Hawks have outscored four Mountain Pass League opponents by a combined score of 188-33.
Previous ranking: 4
Up next: Friday at Hemet

5. CAJON (8-1)
The Cowboys will try to claim the program’s second Citrus Belt League title three seasons.
Previous ranking: 6
Up next: Friday vs. REV at Citrus Valley

6. RANCHO VERDE (7-2)
The Mustangs are averaging a whopping 64.5 points per game in Inland Valley League games.
Previous ranking: 7
Up next: Friday vs. North

7. NORCO (5-4)
The Cougars did hold leads of 14-0 and 21-14 during last week’s game against Centennial.
Previous ranking: 8
Up next: Thursday vs. Roosevelt

8. SANTAIGO (6-3)
The Sharks edged Roosevelt, improving to 4-0 in games decided by less than four points.
Previous ranking: NR
Up next: Thursday at Corona

9. PALOMA VALLEY (8-1)
The Wildcats will be looking to end a seven-game losing skid to their crosstown rivals.
Previous ranking: 10
Up next: Friday vs. Heritage

T10. YUCAIPA (8-1)
The T’Birds need a win and REV to beat Cajon to claim a share of the CBL championship.
Previous ranking: 10
Up next: Friday vs. Miller

T10. ROOSEVELT (6-3)
The Mustangs led in the fourth quarter but lost to Santiago on a last-second field goal.
Previous ranking: 5
Up next: Thursday at Norco

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