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October 1, 20131.) St. John Bosco (4-0); last week: Idle
The Braves were off last week, but will top quarterback Josh Rosen return from the off week healthy? His shoulder injury is not considered serious, but Bosco's CIF title prospects
2.) Mater Dei (5-0); last week: def. Edison 21-7
The offense wasn't clicking early, but the Monarchs showed their mettle thanks to a dominant defense that scored the first points of the game against a resilient Chargers team.
3.) Mission Viejo (5-0); last week: def. Aliso Niguel 56-7
The Diablos should be able to exact revenge this season against a down Redlands East Valley team that typically gives Mission Viejo trouble.
4.) Serra (5-0); last week: def. Narbonne 37-13
The Cavaliers will be tested this week against undefeated Harvard-Westlake on the road.
5.) Alemany (5-0); last week: def. No. 10 St. Bonaventure 38-24
So far, so good for the Warriors, who began the most difficult portion of its schedule with a win over a Top 10 team.
6.) Hart (4-0); last week: def. Birmingham 42-13
The Indians might have the best chance in the Top 10 at finishing undefeated in the regular season given the schedule ahead.
7.) Long Beach Poly (4-1); last week: def. Cabrillo 13-0
The defense bailed out the Jackrabbits last Friday against winless Cabrillo. Poly's offensive inconsistencies just won't disappear.
8.) Vista Murrieta (3-1); last week: lost at Cathedral Catholic (San Diego) 28-35
The Broncos were stunned on Friday by Cathedral Catholic of the San Diego Section, and are in danger of falling out of the rankings entirely with a tough game against Crespi. The Celts are just 2-3, but two of those losses came against nationally ranked out-of-state opponents.
9.) Centennial (3-2); last week: def. Carson 55-25
Four more scores for Tre Watson have upped the senior star's total to 19 in five games. The Huskies have a week off before taking on Norco at home on Oct. 11.
10.) St. Bonaventure (3-2); last week: lost at No. 5 Alemany 24-38
The Seraphs were missing a pair of key offensive players in quarterback Ricky Town and receiver Bryce Dixon, but sophomore Darius Vines (295 yards passing) and junior Lavan Alston (235 yards receiving, 2 TDs) showed that the future is very bright for St. Bonaventure.
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