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HSGameTime high school football rankings, Oct. 6

By in Press Enterprise on November 6, 2017

By Eric-Paul Johnson

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

The Huskies rolled past King to win their eighth consecutive Big VIII League championship
Previous ranking: 1
Up next: Friday vs. Gardena Serra

2. HERITAGE (9-1)
The Patriots were tested by Paloma Valley but improved to 40-0 all-time in Sunbelt League play
Previous ranking: 2
Up next: Friday vs. La Mirada

The Nighthawks went undefeated in the Southwestern League for the second consecutive season
Previous ranking: 3
Up next: Friday vs. Santa Margarita

4. CITRUS HILL (9-1)
The Hawks have won at least a share of the Mountain Pass League title for 12 straight seasons
Previous ranking: 4
Up next: Friday vs. Newbury Park

5. CAJON (9-1)
The Cowboys captured the Citrus Belt League championship for the second time in three seasons
Previous ranking: 5
Up next: Friday vs. Palm Springs

The Mustangs outscored its five Inland Valley League opponents by a combined score of 303-56
Previous ranking: 6
Up next: Friday vs. Oak Hills

T6. NORCO (6-4)
The Cougars rolled up 903 yards against Roosevelt, the second-highest total in Inland history
Previous ranking: 7
Up next: Friday vs. Los Alamitos, site TBD

8. SANTIAGO (7-3)
The Sharks had no problems against Corona and secured third place in the Big VIII League
Previous ranking: 8
Up next: Friday vs. Glendora at Citrus College, Glendora

The Wildcats were minutes away from claiming its first victory in the Menifee Bowl rivalry
Previous ranking: 9
Up next: Friday vs. San Jacinto

10. YUCAIPA (9-1)
The Thunderbirds routed Miller to secure second place in the Citrus Belt League standings
Previous ranking: 10
Up next: Friday vs. La Quinta


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