Inland Area Prep Soccer Top 10

1. Fontana (13-0-0) — The Steelers have scored fewer than four goals just three times this season, and tallied a mind-boggling total of 12 last week.
LAST RANKED: (No. 2).
LAST GAME: def. Yucaipa, 6-0, in a Citrus Belt League game 1/13.
NEXT FIXTURE: at Fontana Miller on WEDNESDAY.

2. Moreno Valley Valley View (12-1-2) — The shutout streak was snapped at 10 consecutive games after a 1-1 draw at Rancho Verde, so the unbeaten streak stands at 14.
LAST RANKED: (No. 1).
LAST GAME: def. MoVal Canyon Springs, 3-0, in an Inland Valley League game on 1/12.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. Riverside La Sierra TODAY.

3. Claremont (13-2-1) — The Wolfpack are playing down to the competition in the Sierra League, but managing victories nevertheless.
LAST RANKED: (No. 3).
LAST GAME: def. Chino Hills, 2-1, in a Sierra League game on 1/13.
NEXT FIXTURE: at Covina Charter Oak on WEDNESDAY.

4. Riverside Norte Vista (13-2-1) — The Braves are riding an eight-game winning streak, and have outscore opponents 13-2 thus far in 2012.
LAST RANKED: (No. 4).
LAST GAME: def. Riverside Patriot, 4-1, in a Sunkist League game on 1/13.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. Fontana Summit on WEDNESDAY.

5. Hesperia Oak Hills (14-0-4) — The Bulldogs have bite, and have run their unbeaten streak to 18 games.
LAST RANKED: (No. 5).
LAST GAME: def. Hesperia Sultana, 3-1, in a Desert Sky League game on 1/6.
NEXT FIXTURE: at Hesperia on FRIDAY.

6. Redlands East Valley (8-2-5) — The Wildcats haven’t lost in more than a month, and recently shellacked their cross-town rival.
LAST RANKED: (No. 6).
LAST GAME: def. Redlands, 7-0, in a Citrus Belt League game on 1/13.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. Rialto Eisenhower on WEDNESDAY.

7. Riverside Poly (12-3-2) — The Bears had run off four consecutive league victories until bumping into the reigning Big VIII champs.
LAST RANKED: (No. 7).
LAST GAME: lost, 2-1, to Corona Santiago in a Big VIII League game on 1/13.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. Corona Centennial on WEDNESDAY.

8. Perris Citrus Hill (11-3-2) — Never discount the heart of a champion. The Hawks have scored 12 goals and allowed zero since losing to No. 4 Norte Vista on 1/5.
LAST RANKED: (No. 8).
LAST GAME: def. Hemet, 8-0, in a Mountain Pass League game on 1/12.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. Hemet Tahquitz TODAY.

9. Riverside King (13-5-0) — The Wolves have, all-of-a-sudden, won three in a row to keep things from spiraling out of control. Well-coached teams can do that.
LAST RANKED: (No. 9).
LAST GAME: def. Riverside North 3-0 in a Big VIII League game on 1/13.
NEXT FIXTURE: at Corona Santiago on WEDNESDAY.

10. Corona (9-2-2) — The Panthers are among the most attack-minded programs in the Inland Area. It’s a pity Mike Sutherland’s side has had issues finishing its chances.
LAST RANKED: (Not Ranked).
LAST GAME: def. Norco, 2-1, in a Big VIII League game on 1/13.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. Corona Santiago on WEDNESDAY

DROPPED OUT: San Bernardino Cajon (15-4-1).

JUST MISSED: Riverside Notre Dame (10-0-4), Temecula Great Oak (4-3-0), Riverside La Sierra (8-3-5).

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