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CCCAA FOOTBALL: Riverside Paces Quartet of SoCal Unbeatens in State Poll

by / Tuesday, 06 October 2015 / Published in News
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Kerr Johnson on his way to a long Touchdown for SRJC vs Sac City

San Mateo (Oct. 5, 2015) — Riverside City College has reached the mid-point in the California Community College Athletic Association football season atop the JC Athletic Bureau’s poll of football coaches — for a fifth week.

There was only one slight change among the top five this week, with four National (state championship) division teams still unbeaten – all in Southern California. Long Beach needed double overtime to get past defending state champion Mt. San Antonio, 38-37, and remains No. 2. Golden West moved up to No. 3, switching spots with Canyons.

San Mateo remained No. 5 – and tops in the north – after beating No. 8 American River, 42-10. There are no unbeaten National teams in the north after now No. 11 Santa Rosa blanked Sequoias, 44-0.
Although most teams have byes this week (including all in Northern California), the top teams in Southern California have some interesting crossover match-ups. They include Riverside at No. 24 Fullerton, No. 12 Allan Hancock at No. 2 Long Beach, No. 4 Canyons at No. 17 Saddleback, and No. 10 Ventura at No. 3 Golden West.
National division competition in the north gets into full swing on Oct. 17. Openers include: Bay 6: No. 5 San Mateo at No. 11 Santa Rosa; NorCal: No. Siskiyous at No. 8 American River; Valley: No. 13 Sequoias at No. 9 Modesto, No. 14 Chabot at Delta, No. 20 Laney at No. 16 Fresno. Early league unbeaten meet in the American Division with Contra Costa at Yuba and West Hills at Reedley.
See cccaasports.org. for schedules and statistics.
2015 JCAB Poll of California Community College Football Coaches
The Top 25 teams in the JC Athletic Bureau’s State Poll of California Community College Football Coaches, with first-place votes in brackets, won-loss records, total points (based upon 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote), and previous ranking.
[Final poll is also used in the NATYCAA Cup all-sports rankings for football.] Rk College Record Pts. Prv
1. Riverside [13] 4-0 349 1
2. Long Beach 5-0 330 2
3. Golden West 5-0 310 4
4. Canyons 5-0 303 3
5. San Mateo 4-1 298 5
6. San Francisco 4-1 282 9
7. Cerritos 4-1 257 10
8. American River 3-2 225 8
9. Modesto 3-2 215 7
10. Ventura 3-2 168 19
11. Santa Rosa 3-2 150 nr
12. Allan Hancock 3-1 147 17
13. Sequoias 4-1 145 6
14. Chabot 3-2 142 18
15. Víctor Valley 5-0 125 16
16. Fresno 3-2 121 15
17. Saddleback 3-2 118 nr
18. Mt. San Antonio 2-3 115 13
19. Siskiyous 3-2 102 22
20. Laney 3-2 99 11
21. Contra Costa 5-0 84 21
22. Diablo Valley 2-3 82 12
23. Hartnell 5-0 78 23
24. Fullerton 2-3 74 14
25. Santa Monica 4-0 60 24
Prv = Previous Ranking .
Others included:
Palomar (3-2), Orange Coast (2-2), Chaffey (2-2), Butte (2-3), San Joaquin Delta (2-3), Sierra (2-3), Grossmont (2-3), Shasta (4-1), West Hills (4-1), El Camino (2-3), LA Valley (4-1), Reedley (3-2).
NEXT POLL OCT. 19 (since most teams idle Oct. 10)
CALIFORNIA / STATE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:
CCSF soph WR Antoine Porter (5-9, 180, from Mission HS, SF) 14 receptions for 249 yards, including a 54-yard TD from QB Anthony Gordon (who was 26 of 50 for 501 yards and 3 TDs) in 41-27 win over Modesto.
Ventura frosh QB Ty Gangi (6-3, 205, from St. Francis HS, La Canada Flintridge) 35 of 52 for 452 yards, 5 TDs, no interceptions; also 9 rushes for 32 yards and a sixth TD in 60-36 win over Moorpark.

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