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Riverside Holds 1-Point Lead Over Saddleback In CCC Football Poll- SRJC Moves up:

by / Tuesday, 27 September 2016 / Published in News

San Mateo (Sept. 26, 2016) – Riverside City College holds onto the No 1 position by just a single point over Saddleback College in this week’s JC Athletic Bureau’s statewide poll of California Community College football coaches. Both teams received eight first place votes. Riverside ended Ventura’s state-leading winning streak at 8 games, downing the formerly third-ranked Pirates, 52-27. Saddleback defeated then No. 20 El Camino, 60-33 – and this week hosts now No. 8 Ventura.zrjc-james

Northern California leader Santa Rosa moved up one spot to No. 3, followed by Fullerton, Long Beach, San Francisco, and American River.
National Division teams wind-up non-league play this weekend — and then take a bye before beginning league play. Additional Saturday match-ups in Southern California include: Cerritos at No. 1 Riverside, Moorpark at No. 4 Fullerton, Golden West at No. 5 Long Beach, No. 13 Mt. San Antonio at Orange Coast, No. 15 Bakersfield at El Camino, No. 18 Grossmont at No. 24 Canyons.

Northern California games include: No. 3 Santa Rosa at Sierra, No. 12 Butte at No. 6 CCSF; No. 21 San Mateo at No. 7 American River, No. 9 Laney at Contra Costa, No. 16 Modesto at No. 11 Siskiyous, Sacramento at No. 19 Sequoias. San Joaquin Delta plays at No. 10 Diablo Valley in the lone Friday night game.
American Division Metro League competition gets underway Saturday with Pasadena at West LA in the afternoon opener.
American Division play continues in the north. In the Golden Coast League Monterey Peninsula will be at Merced and Hartnell at Gavilan. The Pacific 7 features Los Medanos at Mendocino. No. 20 Shasta, which now has a state-leading 8-game winning streak, plays a non-league contest against a National Division team, hosting Feather River. No. 14 Fresno will do the same, entertaining another State Center District team in Reedley.

The all-time “endless” final minute game: Trailing 14-7 with 1:06 remaining and no timeouts, Butte took over on its own 17 and managed to execute 13 last minute plays against visiting San Mateo on Saturday. Time actually ran out after the tenth play, a 41-yard TD pass that was negated by fouls against both teams and extended the game. The ball subsequently advanced to the 26 and 11 yard lines on roughing the passer and pass interference calls. That brought up a third “untimed” down — an incomplete pass to finally end the game. (Defensive penalties when time expires trigger untimed downs.)

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 ranking.
[Final poll is also used in the NATYCAA Cup all-sports rankings for football.]

Rk College         Record    Pts.     LR
1. Riverside [8]     4-0       391      1
2. Saddleback [8] 4-0       390     2
3. Santa Rosa    4-0     366    4
4. Fullerton             4-0      351     5
5. Long Beach          3-1      316     6
6. San Francisco      3-1      314     7
7. American River    3-1     293    9
8. Ventura                 3-1      279    3
9. Laney                     3-1      259   14
10. Diablo Valley      3-1     224  16
11 Siskiyous               3-1      194    18
12. Butte                   2-2       186   10
13. Mt. San Antonio 2-2     177     8
14. Fresno                2-2       168     11
15. Bakersfield         3-1      166      21
16. Modesto             2-2       156     13
17. Los Angeles Valley 3-0 154     17
18. Grossmont           3-1     152      12
19. Sequoias              3-1       129    nr
20. Shasta                4-0       112     22
21. San Mateo          2-2       108    24
22. Citrus                 3-0         85     23
23. Southwestern   4-0         82     25
24. Canyons            2-2         80      15
25. Chaffey             2-2          73       nr

Next 5: Sacramento (2-2), El Camino (2-2) Monterey (4-0), Cerritos (2-2), Moorpark (2-2).
Others included: Santa Barbara (3-1), Mt. San Jacinto (3-0), Orange Coast (2-2), Hartnell (3-1), Victor Valley (2-1), Los Medanos (3-1), Golden West (1-3),

LR = Last Ranking. [First place votes in brackets] Longest winning streaks: 8 games, Shasta; 7, LA Valley.

CCCAA (STATE) PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:
TOTAL OFFENSE: Fullerton frosh QB Jordan Hoy (6-2, 195, Rockwall-Heath HS, Tex.): 368 yards, 317 passing (21/33, 4 TDs), 51 rushing — in 49-35 win over Mt. San Antonio.

PASSING: Santa Rosa soph QB Mitch Hood (6-5, 205, Sonoma HS): 23 of 43 for 360 yards, 2 TDs (no int.) in 17-14 win over Sacramento.

RUSHING: Butte soph RB Martin Fleming, Jr. (6-1, 210, Grady HS, Atlanta): 205 yards on 23 carries (8.9 avg.) and a TD for early lead although Roadrunners lost to San Mateo, 14-7.

RECEIVING: Southwestern frosh WR Ryan Stokes (6-4, 190, McCluer North HS, St. Louis, Mo.): 194 yards on 7 receptions (27.7 avg.), 4 TDs in 58-29 win over Pasadena.

Selections from official game reports posted on cccaasports.org and nominations (including defense / special teams) by colleges to state statistician Fred Baer on Sundays: frdbaer@aol.com

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