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HSGameTime high school football rankings, Oct. 9

By in Press Enterprise on October 9, 2017

By Eric-Paul Johnson, Landon Negri

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

The Huskies rolled up 727 yards in their Big VIII League opener against Roosevelt.
Previous ranking: 1
Up next: Friday vs. Santiago

2. HERITAGE (5-1)
The Patriots routed Lakeside and improved to 36-0 all-time in Sunbelt League play.
Previous ranking: 2
Up next: Friday at Elsinore

The Nighthawks outscored Vista Murrieta 24-0 over the second and third quarters.
Previous ranking: 3
Up next: Friday vs. Chaparral

4. CITRUS HILL (5-1)
The Hawks had no trouble dispatching Tahquitz in a Mountain Pas League opener.
Previous ranking: 5
Up next: Friday at West Valley

5. ROOSEVELT (4-2)
The Mustangs’ offense had five touchdowns of at least 44 yards against Centennial.
Previous ranking: 4
Up next: Friday at Corona

6. CAJON (5-1)
The Cowboys have outscored opponents 154-10 in three Citrus Belt League games.
Previous ranking: 6
Up next: Friday vs. Citrus Valley at San Bernardino Valley College

7. SANTIAGO (5-1)
The Sharks trailed after one quarter but ended up cruising to a 42-14 win over King.
Previous ranking: 7
Up next: Oct. 6 vs. King

The Mustangs scored 75 points, the second-highest total in the program’s history.
Previous ranking: 8
Up next: Friday vs. Valley View

T8. YUCAIPA (6-0)
The Thunderbirds are off to a 6-0 start for the second time in seven seasons.
Previous ranking: 9
Up next: Friday at Carter

The Wildcats have won five straight games since an opening-week loss to Cajon.
Previous ranking: 10
Up next: Friday at Lakeside

T10. NORCO (3-3)
The Cougars registered 12 sacks in their Big VIII League opener against Corona.
Previous ranking: NR
Up next: Friday at King

Also receiving a vote: Murrieta Mesa (6-0)


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