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Riverside Barely Ahead of Saddleback in Calif. CC Football Poll- SRJC moves up:

by / Tuesday, 13 September 2016 / Published in News

San Mateo (Sept. 12, 2016) – Riverside City College is the new leader – ahead of Saddleback by just three points – in
this week’s JC Athletic Bureau’s poll of California Community College football coaches.

Riverside moved up one spot after defeating Golden West, 20-17, over the weekend. Meanwhile former No. 3 Saddleback downed last week’s No. 1 team Long Beach, 37-33. Riverside tackles another undefeated team Saturday, hosting No. 18 Bakersfield, while Saddleback visits Los Angeles Harbor.

American River remained Northern California’s top team, moving up to No. 3 following a 47-33 win over Modesto. Defending California Community College Athletic Association champion City College of San Francisco is No. 9 after bouncing back from an opening week loss to Laney to defeat Siskiyous, 43-13. CCSF plays at American River on Saturday.

No. 4 Ventura now has the state’s longest winning streak at seven games after ending Mt. San Antonio’s skein at seven games, 34-29, and plays at Orange Coast on Saturday. Other top SoCal match-ups include: No. 10 Canyons at No. 6 Fullerton, No. 7 Long Beach at Moorpark, and No. 13 El Camino at Grossmont (in a meeting of 2-0 teams).

In the north, No. 5 Santa Rosa hosts No. 19 San Joaquin Delta, No. 14 Fresno visits No. 17 San Mateo, No. 16 Sacramento goes to No. 15 Modesto, and No. 12 Butte plays at Chabot. On Friday, No. 22 Sequoias will be at No. 24 Diablo Valley.
See cccaasports.org. for scores and statistics.

2016 JC Athletic Bureau 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 (final 2015) ranking.
[Final poll is also used in the NATYCAA Cup all-sports rankings for football.]

Rk College Record Pts. LR
1. Riverside [5] 2-0 244 2
2. Saddleback [4] 2-0 241 3
3. American River 2-0 227 4
4. Ventura 2-0 222 7
5. Santa Rosa [1] 2-0 205 6
6. Fullerton 2-0 189 11
7. Long Beach 1-1 180 1
8. Mt. San Antonio 1-1 164 5
9. San Francisco 1-1 161 12
10. Canyons 2-0 154 17
11. Golden West 1-1 128 8
12. Butte 1-1 108 20
13. El Camino 2-0 86 23
14. Fresno 1-1 83 10
15. Modesto 1-1 80 13
16. Sacramento 2-0 78 19
17. San Mateo 1-1 76 18
18. Bakersfield 2-0 73 nr
19. Laney 1-1 71 9
20. Los Angeles Valley 2-0 67 21
21. San Joaquin Delta 1-1 57 22
22. Sequoias 2-0 55 nr
23. Siskiyous 1-1 52 16
24. Diablo Valley 1-1 49 nr
25. Shasta 2-0 30 nr

Next 5: Grossmont (2-0); Orange Coast (1-1); Citrus (2-0); Southwestern (2-0); Moorpark (1-1).
Others included: Palomar (1-1) , Mt. San Jacinto (1-0), Santa Barbara (1-1), Chabot (0-2).

LR = Last Ranking. [First place votes in brackets] Longest current win streaks:
7 games, Ventura; 6, Shasta and LA Valley.

CCCAA (STATE) PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:
PASSING: American River freshman QB Griffin Dahn (6-5, 225, Worthingon HS, Ohio): 6 total TDs: 20 of 38 for 306 yards, 3 TDs passing; 16 for 22 yards, 3 TDs rushing, in 47-33 win over Modesto.

TOTAL OFFENSE: West Los Angeles sophomore QB Jorge Reyne (6-2, 200, Pasadena HS): 504 yards of total offense: 419 passing (50 of 67), 4 TDs, 1 int; 85 yards rushing (long of 50 yards) on 14 carries; 81 total plays in 45-28 loss at Santa Barbara.

RUSHING: Bakersfield sophomore WR Derrick Vickers (6-0, 196, Bakersfield H.S.): 181 yards on 17 carries, 3 TDs, in 45-35 win over Chaffey; state all-purpose running leader, 242.5 yards/game.

RECEIVING: Mendocino sophomore WR Joceice Cannon, (5-8, 170, Lathrop HS): 204 yards and three TDs on 5 receptions (40.8 average, long of 54) in 52-39 win over Reedley.

ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING: LA Valley sophomore WR Ahkil Crumpton (5-8, 158, West Catholic Prep, Philadelphia): 176 total yards — 65-yard punt return for a TD and rushed 58 yards and a TD (for winning 23-14 margin in fourth quarter) on his lone carry.
San Mateo sophomore WR Ramiah Marshall (5-10, 175, San Lorenzo HS): 185 total yards – 77 yards on 3 pass receptions and a TD; 28 yards and a TD on only rushing carry; 80 yards on punt and kickoff returns; co-state scoring leader with 5 TDs & No. 2 in all-purpose running, 214.5 yards/game.

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