Inland Area Prep Football Top 10

PREP FOOTBALL
For Monday, Aug. 31, 2015 (After Week 0)

1. Corona Centennial (1-0) — Huskies dominated first three quarters vs. SLC East, and their playmakers (J.J. Taylor, Javon McKinley) made one of Utah’s best teams look pedestrian.
THIS SEASON: 1-0 overall, 0-0 Big VIII League.
LAST SEASON: 12-3 overall, 5-0 Big VIII. 2013: 12-3, 5-0. 2012: 14-2, 5-0.
LAST RANKED: No. 1.
LAST GAME: def. Salt Lake City (Utah) East, 49-13, in a nonleague game on Friday, Aug. 28.
WEEK ONE: vs. Gardena Serra on SATURDAY.

2. Redlands East Valley — Wildcats’ offseason work will show against another beefy nonleague schedule. And now they have bright, shiny targets on their backs.
THIS SEASON: 0-0 overall, 0-0 Citrus Belt League.
LAST SEASON: 15-1 overall, 7-0 Citrus Belt. 2013: 5-6, 4-1. 2012: 5-5, 4-1.
LAST RANKED: No. 2.
LAST GAME: def. Concord Clayton Valley Charter, 34-33, in CIF-State Divison 2 Championship Game on Saturday, Dec. 20.
WEEK ONE: at West Hills Chaminade on Friday, Sept. 4.

3. Vista Murrieta — Broncos hoping King QB transfer Karson Greeley can overcome last season’s injury woes with the held of better weapons.
THIS SEASON: 0-0 overall, 0-0 Southwestern League.
LAST SEASON: 11-3 overall, 5-0 Southwestern. 2013: 12-2, 5-0. 2012: 13-1, 5-0.
LAST RANKED: No. 3.
LAST GAME: lost, 21-10, to Mission Viejo in the CIF-SS West Valley Division Championship Game on Saturday, Dec. 6.
WEEK 0NE: vs. Seattle Ballard on Friday, Sept. 4.

4. Upland — The Scots went up to the High Desert and picked up a pretty easy win. Their schedule gets tougher from here.
THIS SEASON: 1-0 overall, 0-0 Baseline League.
LAST SEASON: 10-3 overall, 5-0 Baseline. 2013: 9-4, 4-1. 2012: 12-1, 5-0.
LAST RANKED: No. 4.
LAST GAME: def. Palmdale Knight, 49-6, in a nonleague game on Friday, Aug. 28.
WEEK ONE: vs. Los Angeles Venice on Friday.

5. Menifee Heritage (1-0) — Patriots went down to Temecula and handled Great Oak easier than before. Which is surprising.
THIS SEASON: 1-0 overall, 0-0 Sunbelt League.
LAST SEASON: 12-1 overall, 5-0 Sunbelt. 2013: 13-1, 5-0. 2012: 11-2, 5-0.
LAST RANKED: No. 5.
LAST GAME: def. Temecula Great Oak, 35-13, in a nonleague game on Friday. Aug. 28.
WEEK ONE: at Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos on FRIDAY.

6. Perris Citrus Hill (1-0 — Hawks are 2-0 vs. Rancho Verde in their last two meetings. Coincidently, Mustangs’ last two games.
THIS SEASON: 1-0 overall, 0-0 Mountain Pass League.
LAST SEASON: 11-2 overall, 5-0 Mountain Pass. 2013: 13-1, 5-0. 2012: 14-0, 5-0.
LAST RANKED: No. 6.
LAST GAME: def. MoVal Rancho Verde, 28-21, in a nonleague game on Friday, Aug. 28.
WEEK ONE: at Murrieta Valley on FRIDAY.

7. Norco (1-0) — Cougars roared again with a big-time win over a long-time area rival. QB Victor Viramontes… is an alpha male.
THIS SEASON: 1-0 overall, 0-0 Big VIII League.
LAST SEASON: 10-3 overall, 4-1 Big VIII. 2013: 5-4, 3-2. 2012: 5-6, 2-3.
LAST RANKED: Not Ranked.
LAST GAME: def. Rancho Cucamonga Etiwanda, 66-13, in a nonleague game on Friday, Aug. 28.
WEEK ONE: vs. Rancho Cucamonga on FRIDAY.

8. Palm Springs (1-0) — Indians went on the road and smashed Tahquitz in Damon Dustin’s debut as Titans head coach.
THIS SEASON: 1-0 overall, 0-0 Desert Valley League.
LAST SEASON: 12-2 overall, 5-1 Desert Valley. 2013: 7-4, 3-2. 2012: 7-3-1, 4-1.
LAST RANKED: No. 9.
LAST GAME: def. Hemet Tahquitz, 37-0, in a nonleague game Friday, Aug. 28.
WEEK ONE: vs. Redlands on FRIDAY.

9. Ontario Colony — Titans might’ve been a little sluggish out of the gate but got the job done against a tough opponent.
THIS SEASON: 0-0 overall, 0-0 Mt. Baldy League.
LAST SEASON: 12-2 overall, 5-0 Mt. Baldy. 2013: 9-4, 3-2. 2012: 7-5, 3-2.
LAST RANKED: No. 8.
LAST GAME: def. West Covina, 28-21, in a nonleague game on Friday, Aug. 28.
WEEK ONE: vs. Mission Hills Alemany on FRIDAY.

10. Riverside Poly — Bears’ new offense will need a fast start vs. Chaparral, which won convincingly in its opener.
THIS SEASON: 0-0 overall, 0-0 Inland Valley.
LAST SEASON: 13-1 overall, 6-0 Inland Valley. 2013: 9-3, 5-1. 2012: 4-6, 3-3.
LAST RANKED: No. 10.
LAST GAME: lost, 36-31, to No. 2 Redlands East Valley in the CIF-SS Inland Division Championship Game on Friday, Dec. 5.
WEEK ONE: at Temecula Chaparral on Friday, Sept. 4.

DROPPED OUT: No. 7 Temecula Great Oak (0-1).

JUST MISSED: Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino San Gorgonio, Rialto Carter, Riverside Norte Vista, San Bernardino Cajon.

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