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RIVERSIDE UNANIMOUS NO. 1 AS ONLY REMAINING NAT’L UNBEATEN. SRJC Falls 5 spots

by / Tuesday, 25 October 2016 / Published in News

   San Mateo (Oct. 24, 2016) – As the lone remaining National Division unbeaten, Riverside City College is a unanimous selection as the top team in this week’s JC Athletic Bureau’s statewide poll of California Community College football coaches, taking 16 first place votes. The Tigers are coming off a 77-7 National Central League win over Los Angeles Harbor.

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SRJC Wide Receiver Kerr Johnson in the end Zone vs City College of SF. (Photo by Mark Lily)

Otherwise there was a shuffle among the top ten, following losses by two perfect teams. Saddleback climbed from No. 6 to 3 after edging Fullerton, 30-27, in a National Southern League battle and the Hornets dropped from No. 3 to 5. Defending state champion City College of San Francisco moved up to No. 6 from eighth after knocking off formerly No. 2 Santa Rosa, 34-21, in the Bay 6. The Bearcubs fell to seventh. American River took advantage with a 17-7 win over crosstown rival Sacramento and is up two spots to No. 2 this week to rank as the top Northern California team.

The battle for California Community College Athletic Association state playoff berths continues for National Division teams Saturday, with just three weeks of regular season play remaining. Featured in the Northern California Football Conference: The Bay 6’s two leaders (2-0) clash: No. 6 San Francisco at No. 15 San Mateo. No. 13 Diablo Valley plays at No. 7 Santa Rosa, hoping to remain in contention. Two Valley League (2-0) leaders meet — No. 23 Chabot at No. 12 Modesto. (No. 22 Fresno plays at co-leader No. 4 Laney on Friday.)  NorCal League games: No. 2 American River at Feather River, Sierra at No. 8 Butte, Siskiyous at No. 19 Sacramento.

Top Southern California Football Association match-ups: National Central: El Camino at No. 1 Riverside, Chaffey at No. 10 Mt. SAC, No. 11 Long Beach at LA Harbor. National Southern: No. 3 Saddleback at No. 20 Grossmont, Palomar at No. 5 Fullerton, No. 21 Golden West at Orange Coast. National Northern: Moorpark at No. 9 Ventura, No. 14 Bakersfield at Santa Monica, Canyons at No. 25 Cerritos.  Each region will qualify three National league champions and one at-large team to contest the state title, beginning Nov. 19.

fbtaffic75996-300x250American Division play continues for regional bowl berths, with three teams still sporting perfect (7-0) records: No. 15 Los Angeles Valley, No. 17 Shasta, and No. 18 Southwestern. Top NCFC games Saturday: Golden Coast: West Hills at Hartnell, Merced at Gavilan. Pacific 7: San Jose at Shasta, Foothill at Los Medanos. Non-conference: Monterey Peninsula at Redwoods. The SCFA has a pair of match-ups among league leaders: LA Valley at Antelope Valley in the Pacific and East LA at West LA in the Metro. Other games: Pacific: Citrus at Santa Barbara, LA Pierce at Hancock. Mountain: Southwestern at San Bernardino, Desert at San Diego Mesa, Victor Valley at Mt. San Jacinto.Metro: LA Southwest at Pasadena, Compton at Glendale.        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              [16]      7-0       400      1
  2. American River                6-1       360      4
  3. Saddleback                       6-1       359      6
  4. Laney                                6-1       343      5
  5. Fullerton                          6-1       336      3
  6. San Francisco                 5-2       308      8
  7. Santa Rosa                   6-1       305      2
  8. Butte                                5-2       296      7
  9. Ventura                            5-2       276      9
  10. Mt. San Antonio             5-2       255      10
  11. Long Beach                     5-2       239      11
  12. Modesto                           5-2       218      12
  13. Diablo Valley                   5-2       209      13
  14. Bakersfield                       5-2       182      15
  15. Los Angeles Valley          7-0       151      16
  16. San Mateo                         4-3       148      21
  17. Shasta                                7-0       119      18
  18. Southwestern                   7-0       117      19
  19. Sacramento                     4-3       115      17
  20. Grossmont                      4-3       82       14
  21. Golden West                   3-4       67       nr
  22. Fresno                              3-4       62       20
  23. Chabot                              3-4       44       nr
  24. Los Medanos                   6-1       42       nr
  25. Cerritos                            3-4       39       23

Next 5: Siskiyous (3-4), West Hills (5-2), Monterey Peninsula (6-1), East Los Angeles (5-2), Antelope Valley (5-2).

Others included:

Canyons (3-4), Moorpark (3-4), Orange Coast (3-4), El Camino (3-4), Sequoias (3-4), Santa Barbara (5-2)

 

LR = Last Ranking.   [First place votes in brackets]

 Longest winning streaks: 11 games, Shasta & LA Valley.

 

CCCAA (STATE) PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

–POW 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

 

  RECEIVING: Saddleback sophomore WR Deondre Moore

(6-2, 180, Fairview HS, Tenn.): 4 receptions for 199 yards, 3 TDs (82, 75, 16) — including winning TD on a 16-yd. pass from Nick Robinson with 38 seconds remaining for 30-27 win over previously unbeaten Fullerton.

  RUSHING: San Mateo freshman RB Rahsaan Fontenette

(5-11, 190, Oak Grove HS, San Jose): 137 yards, 12 carries (11.4 avg.) including 50-yd. TD in 55-13 win over Contra Costa

  PASSING: Los Angeles Valley freshman QB Christian Jorgenson

(6-3, 198, Sequalicum HS, Bellingham, Wash.): 26 of 36 (to 13 different receivers) for 253 yards, 4 TDs in 54-27 win over Hancock.

  Long Beach freshman QB Jake Maier (6-2, 192, St. Paul/SH HS, La Habra): 25 of 35, 378 yards, 5 TDs, (0 int,) in 48-14 win over Chaffey.

  TOTAL OFFENSE: Chabot sophomore QB Jack Moroney

(6-2, 190, Amador Valley HS, Pleasanton): 419 total yards, 5 TDs; passed for 392 (20 of 31) and 4 TDs; in 52-50 win over Delta.

  SPECIAL TEAMS: Ventura CB freshman Vosean Crumbie

(6-2, 195, IMG Academy & Tallahassee, Fla.): Returned 2 punts for TDs (75 and 70 yards), also 28-yd. kickoff return; 175 total return yards in 76-21 win over Santa Monica.

 

REMAINING REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

Friday, October 28

   NATIONAL VALLEY LEAGUE

Fresno at Laney, 6 pm

 

Saturday, October 29  

   NATIONAL BAY 6 LEAGUE

Contra Costa at De Anza, 1 pm

San Francisco at San Mateo, 1 pm

Diablo Valley at Santa Rosa, 5 pm

   NATIONAL NOR CAL LEAGUE

American River at Feather River, 1 pm

Sierra at Butte, 1 pm

Siskiyous at Sacramento, 4 pm

   NATIONAL VALLEY LEAGUE

Sequoias at San Joaquin Delta, 1 pm

Chabot at Modesto, 6 pm

AMERICAN GOLDEN COAST LEAGUE

Merced at Gavilan, 1 pm

Cabrillo at Reedley, 6 pm

West Hills at Hartnell, 6 pm

AMERICAN PACIFIC 7 LEAGUE

Foothill at Los Medanos, 1 pm

Yuba at Mendocino, 1 pm

San Jose at Shasta, 5 pm

   NON-LEAGUE

Monterey Peninsula at Redwoods, 1 pm

   NATIONAL NORTHERN LEAGUE

Bakersfield at Santa Monica, 6pm

Canyons at Cerritos, 6pm

Moorpark at Ventura, 6pm

   NATIONAL CENTRAL LEAGUE

Chaffey at Mt. San Antonio, 6pm

El Camino at Riverside, 6pm

Long Beach at LA Harbor, 6pm

   NATIONAL SOUTHERN LEAGUE

Palomar at Fullerton, 12 noon

Saddleback at Grossmont, 1pm

Golden West at Orange Coast, 6pm

   AMERICAN PACIFIC LEAGUE

Citrus at Santa Barbara, 1pm

LA Pierce at Allan Hancock, 2pm

LA Valley at Antelope Valley, 7pm

  AMERICAN MOUNTAIN LEAGUE

Victor Valley at Mt. San Jacinto, 1pm

Desert at San Diego Mesa, 6pm

Southwestern at San Bernardino, 6pm

AMERICAN METRO LEAGUE

Compton at Glendale, 1pm

East Los Angeles at West LA, 1pm

LA Southwest at Pasadena, 6pm

BYE: Santa Ana

 

Friday, November 4

   NATIONAL BAY 6 LEAGUE

Contra Costa at Diablo Valley, 7 pm

 

Saturday, November 5

   NATIONAL BAY 6 LEAGUE

De Anza at San Francisco, 1 pm

San Mateo at Santa Rosa, 5 pm

   NATIONAL NOR CAL LEAGUE

Sierra at Siskiyous, 1 pm

Feather River at Sacramento, 4 pm

Butte at American River, 6 pm

   NATIONAL VALLEY LEAGUE

San Joaquin Delta at Fresno, 1 pm

Laney at Modesto, 6 pm

Sequoias at Chabot, 6 pm

AMERICAN GOLDEN COAST LEAGUE

Reedley at West Hills, 1 pm

Gavilan at Cabrillo, 6 pm

Hartnell at Monterey Peninsula, 6 pm

AMERICAN PACIFIC 7 LEAGUE

Los Medanos at Redwoods, 1 pm

Mendocino at San Jose, 3 pm

Shasta at Foothill, 3 pm

   NON-LEAGUE

Merced at Yuba, 1 pm

 

   NATIONAL NORTHERN LEAGUE

Cerritos at Moorpark, 1pm

Ventura at Bakersfield, 1pm

Santa Monica at Canyons, 6pm

   NATIONAL CENTRAL LEAGUE

El Camino at Chaffey, 6pm

Mt. San Antonio at LA Harbor, 6pm

Riverside at Long Beach, 6pm

   NATIONAL SOUTHERN LEAGUE

Fullerton at Orange Coast, 1pm

Saddleback at Palomar, 6pm

Grossmont at Golden West, 7pm

   AMERICAN PACIFIC LEAGUE

Antelope Valley at Allan Hancock, 2pm

Citrus at LA Valley, 6pm

Santa Barbara at LA Pierce, 6pm

  AMERICAN MOUNTAIN LEAGUE

San Bernardino at Victor Valley, 1pm

San Diego at Mt. San Jacinto, 1pm

Southwestern at Desert, 6pm

AMERICAN METRO LEAGUE

West LA at Santa Ana, 1pm

Glendale at LA Southwest, 6pm

Pasadena at East Los Angeles, 6pm

BYE: Compton

 

Friday, November 11

   NATIONAL VALLEY LEAGUE

Chabot at Laney, 7 pm

 

Saturday, November 12

   NATIONAL BAY 6 LEAGUE

Diablo Valley at San Mateo, 1 pm

Santa Rosa at De Anza, 1 pm

San Francisco at Contra Costa, 7 pm

   NATIONAL NOR CAL LEAGUE

American River at Sierra, 1 pm

Sacramento at Butte, 1 pm

Siskiyous at Feather River, 1 pm

   NATIONAL VALLEY LEAGUE

Fresno at Sequoias, 1 pm

Modesto at San Joaquin Delta, 1 pm

AMERICAN GOLDEN COAST LEAGUE

Cabrillo at Merced, 1 pm

West Hills at Gavilan, 1 pm

Monterey Peninsula at Reedley, 6 pm

AMERICAN PACIFIC 7 LEAGUE

Foothill at Mendocino, 1 pm

San Jose at Yuba, 1 pm

Redwoods at Shasta, 5 pm

   NON-LEAGUE

Hartnell at Los Medanos, 1 pm

   NATIONAL NORTHERN LEAGUE

Canyons at Bakersfield, 1pm

Moorpark at Santa Monica, 1pm

Ventura at Cerritos, 6pm

   NATIONAL CENTRAL LEAGUE

Long Beach at El Camino, 6pm

LA Harbor at Chaffey, 6pm

Mt. San Antonio at Riverside, 6pm

   NATIONAL SOUTHERN LEAGUE

Golden West at Fullerton, 1pm

Palomar at Grossmont, 1pm

Orange Coast at Saddleback, 6pm

   AMERICAN PACIFIC LEAGUE

LA Valley at Santa Barbara, 1pm

Allan Hancock at Citrus, 4pm

Antelope Valley at LA Pierce, 6pm

  AMERICAN MOUNTAIN LEAGUE

Mt. San Jacinto at San Bernardino, 6pm

San Diego Mesa at Southwestern, 6pm

Victor Valley at Desert, 6pm

AMERICAN METRO LEAGUE

Santa Ana at Pasadena, 1pm

Glendale at East Los Angeles, 6pm

LA Southwest at Compton, 6pm

BYE: West LA

END REGULAR SEASON

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