IE Varsity high school football rankings, September 26 – Press Enterprise

Here are the IE varsity high school football rankings entering the Week 6 games.

FOOTBALL TOP 15

1st century (4-1)

The Huskies return from their bye week and play in the newly formed Big West Conference.

Previous placement: 1

Next: Friday at Chaparral

2. Murrieta Valley (4-1)

The Nighthawks took an early lead and finished the game outside of the league with a win over San Clemente.

Previous placement: 2

Next: Friday at Roosevelt

3. Cajon (4-1)

The Cowboys sped past Etiwanda last week and have dropped just 45 points this season.

Previous placement: 3

Next: Friday on Etiwanda

4. Citrus Valley (4-1)

The Blackhawks used their special teams and an opportunistic offense to achieve a victory over Ayala.

Previous placement: 5

Next: Friday at Beaumont

5.Norco (3-2)

The Cougars scored the first 40 points of the game and drove to a 47-7 victory over Santiago.

Previous placement: 6

Next: Thursday against Vista Murrieta

6. Rancho Cucamonga (4-2)

The Cougars got big plays from the passing game, earning a 39-21 win over Vista Murrieta.

Previous placement: 7

Next: October 7th in Etiwanda

7. Ayala (5-1)

The Bulldogs are trying to recover from their first loss as they play their final game outside of the league.

Previous placement: 4

Next: Thursday against Glendora

8.Roosevelt (5-0)

The Mustangs routed Paraclete last week and now face the rigors of the Big West Conference.

Previous placement: 8th

Next: Friday against Murrieta Valley

9. Highlands (4-2)

The Highlanders have ramped up their offense and have scored a total of 96 goals in their last two games.

Previous placement: 10

Next: Friday against Damien

10. Vista Murrieta (4-1)

The Broncos struggled against Rancho Cucamonga and are trying to recover in the league opener.

Previous placement: 9

Next: Thursday at Norco

11. Thomas Aquinas (3-2)

The Falcons retained The Shield in the Holy War rivalry with a 44-12 win over Notre Dame.

Previous placement: 11

Next: Thursday against Village Christian at Glendale College

12. Chino Hills (4-2)

The Huskies defeated Foothill and will host the defending Baseline League champions this week.

Previous placement: fifteen

Next: Friday against Etiwanda

13.Damien (1-5)

The Spartans are hoping their off-league schedule pays off as they open baseline league play.

Previous placement: 13

Next: Friday in the Highlands

14.Orange Vista (5-0)

The Coyotes defeated Paloma Valley and have established themselves as Ivy League favorites.

Previous placement: bladder

Next: Friday north

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