Cal-Hi Sports Winter Soccer Rankings

Cal-Hi Sports Top 10

Boys Soccer -- Winter Rankings

(Through Feb. 3, 2002)

Rk. School (City, State) Record Prv.

1 Bellarmine College Prep (San Jose, Calif.) 20-0-0 1
The Bells are scheduled to begin postseason play Tuesday against St. Francis.

2 Los Alamitos (Los Alamitos, Calif.) 20-1-1 3
Jon Bornstein accounted for four goals as Los Alamitos secured its lofty ranking with convincing victories over Edison and nationally ranked Marina.

3 Alta Loma (Alta Loma, Calif.) 20-0-3 5
Alta Loma scored 13 goals in two matches last week.

4 Chaparral (Temecula, Calif.) 20-1-1 6
Chaparral carries a nine-game win streak into the final week of regular-season play.

5 Dana Hills (Dana Point, Calif.) 17-3-3 7
Nick Garton had two assists as Dana Hills edged Trabuco Hills, 3-2, to clinch at least a share of the league title while running the team's undefeated streak to 18 matches.

6 Woodbridge (Irvine, Calif.) 19-2-0 2
Woodbridge was upset by Laguna Hills last week, 2-1, but remains in first place in the Sea View League.

7 Millikan (Long Beach, Calif.) 20-2-4 4
Millikan's league undefeated streak was halted at 53 during a 3-2 upset loss to Compton in which Millikan rested several starters.

8 Marina (Huntington Beach, Calif.) 15-3-4 8
Marina split a pair of matches last week, losing to Los Alamitos and defeating Esperanza. Tuesday, Marina faces Fountain Valley. Marina won the previous meeting 1-0.

9 Fountain Valley (Fountain Valley, Calif.) 15-3-2 9
Sean Iliff scored three goals last week as Fountain Valley defeated Esperanza and Huntington Beach, setting up a Tuesday showdown with Marina for second place in the Sunset League.

10 Poly (Riverside, Calif.) 20-3-1 NR
Since losing to Woodbridge, Poly has turned in a 16-0-1 run, which includes a victory over Santa Margarita.

Note: In accordance to guidelines from the National Federation soccer rules interpreter, all matches decided on penalty kicks are considered ties for both teams involved. Therefore, some records may be different than what is reported locally.


Cal-Hi Sports Top 10

Girls Soccer -- Winter Rankings

(Through Feb. 3, 2002)

Rk. School (City, State) Record Prv.

1 La Costa Canyon (Carlsbad, Calif.) 16-0-2 1
La Costa Canyon continued its winning ways with victories over San Marcos and Fallbrook.

2 Santa Margarita Catholic (Rancho SM, Calif.) 13-1-4 3
Santa Margarita can wrap up an undefeated league season with a victory over Rosary this week.

3 California (San Ramon, Calif.) 11-1-3 2
With GK Kim Bingham attending national team tryouts, California suffered a loss to Monte Vista, yet remains in first place in the league.

4 Edison (Huntington Beach, Calif.) 16-1-5 7
Amanda Draeger scored three goals last week in wins over Huntington Beach and Los Alamitos.

5 San Clemente (San Clemente, Calif.) 15-2-3 6
San Clemente defeated Capistrano Valley, 2-0, for the second time this season.

6 Esperanza (Anaheim, Calif.) 17-2-3 9
Esperanza carries an 11-match undefeated streak into the final week of regular-season play.

7 Capistrano Valley (Mission Viejo, Calif.) 11-3-2 4
Capistrano Valley's bid for a league title slipped away with a loss to San Clemente.

8 Harvard-Westlake (North Hollywood, Calif.) 17-1-1 5
Harvard-Westlake's 18-match undefeated streak was ended in a 1-0 loss to Chaminade.

9 Aliso Niguel (Aliso Viejo, Calif.) 14-3-3 8
Aliso Niguel has shut out five of its last six opponents.

10 Monte Vista (Danville, Calif.) 15-3-1 NR
Monte Vista returns to the Top 25 following an upset win over California and a 4-0 victory over FAB 50 member San Ramon Valley. Monte Vista moves into second place in the EBAL standings.

Note: In accordance to guidelines from the National Federation soccer rules interpreter, all matches decided on penalty kicks are considered ties for both teams involved. Therefore, some records may be different than what is reported locally.


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