Boys and Girls Winter Soccer Rankings

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Boys Soccer -- Winter Rankings

(Through Feb. 10, 2002)

Rk. School (City, State) Record Prv.

1 Bellarmine College Prep (San Jose, Calif.) 25-0-0 1
Gabe Garcia assisted both goals as Bellarmine defeated Watsonville, 2-0, for the CCS Division I title and a perfect season.

2 Los Alamitos (Los Alamitos, Calif.) 25-1-1 2
Los Alamitos has posted three straight playoff shutouts to reach the CIF-SS Division II semifinals vs. Nogales.

3 Alta Loma (Alta Loma, Calif.) 25-0-3 3
Alta Loma scored 12 goals in two playoff matches last week, advancing to this weekend's CIF-SS Division I semifinals.

4 Woodbridge (Irvine, Calif.) 24-2-0 5
Woodbridge was pushed to overtime before goals by Luke Redford and Pieter Berger helped the team pull out a 3-1 victory over Foothill in the section quarterfinals.

5 Millikan (Long Beach, Calif.) 24-2-4 6
Hugo Sanchez scored twice as Millikan held off an upset by by Upland Hills, 2-1, in overtime. Millikan will face Quartz Hill in the section semifinals with a Top 10 ranking on the line.

6 Granite Hills (El Cajon, Calif.) 22-1-4 9
Sean Pepin headed home the game-winning goal as Granite Hills squeaked past San Diego in the sectional quarterfinals, 2-1, running the team's undefeated streak to 23 matches.

7 Quartz Hill (Quartz Hill, Calif.) 27-0-1 10
Quartz Hill eased past Schurr, 3-0, and into a section semifinal showdown vs. No. 8 Millikan.

8 Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.) 21-2-5 NR
UCLA-bound Nate Pena recorded his 15th shutout of the season as Mater Dei advanced to the section semifinals with a 3-0 victory over La Palma Kennedy.

9 Rancho Bernardo (San Diego, Calif.) 22-1-4 NR
Rancho Bernardo edged Montgomery, 1-0, and will meet No. 3 seed Fallbrook in the section semifinals.

10 El Camino Real (Woodland Hills, Calif.) 23-3-3 NR
El Camino Real advanced to the LA City Section semifinals with shutout victories over Franklin and Grant.

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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Girls Soccer -- Winter Rankings

(Through Feb. 10, 2002)

Rk. School (City, State) Record Prv.

1 Santa Margarita Catholic (Rancho SM, Calif.) 17-1-4 1
Santa Margarita racked up 10 goals in a pair of playoff victories last week -- 6-0 over Placentia Valencia and 4-0 over Anaheim Canyon.

2 La Costa Canyon (Carlsbad, Calif.) 19-0-3 2
La Costa Canyon advanced to the San Diego section semifinals with a 1-0 victory over Poway.

3 Edison (Huntington Beach, Calif.) 20-1-6 4
Jane Wyche netted the game-winner as Edison reached the section semifinals with a 2-1 victory over Westlake.

4 Harvard-Westlake (North Hollywood, Calif.) 22-1-1 5
A 4-0 victory over Orange Lutheran advanced Harvard-Westlake to the semifinals and a showdown with Corona del Mar.

5 Esperanza (Anaheim, Calif.) 20-2-5 6
Erin Clewett scored both goals in the team's 2-1 section quarterfinal victory over Etiwanda.

6 Aliso Niguel (Aliso Viejo, Calif.) 18-3-4 7
Raleigh Coakley scored the game-winner against Arcadia. Stacy Lindstrom had a goal and one assist in a 2-0 victory over Dana Hills.

7 Santa Teresa (San Jose, Calif.) 20-1-3 8
Santa Teresa won three straight matches by shutout to claim the Central Coast Division I title and the No. 1 ranking in the San Jose area.

8 Amador Valley (Pleasanton, Calif.) 16-4-4 NR
Amador Valley knocked off four straight FAB 50 teams -- the last three by 1-0 margins -- to claim the North Coast Section title over California. Erica Frizzell scored the winner vs. California.

9 California (San Ramon, Calif.) 15-2-3 3
California's bid for a section title came up short in a 1-0 loss to a red-hot Amador Valley team.

10 San Clemente (San Clemente, Calif.) 19-3-3 9
San Clemente has reached the section semifinals and will face Esperanza.

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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