How the Top 25 California high school football teams fared in Week 10: Lincoln (San Diego) stuns No. 6 Cathedral Catholic

Here’s a look at how Scorebook Live’s Top 25 California high school football teams fared in games played Oct. 31-Nov. 2.

1. Mater Dei (10-0) beat No. 12 JSerra 51-14

Bryce Young capped off a spectacular regular season by going 17-for-17 with five TD passes. The Monarchs will be the top seed in the CIF Southern Section Division 1, with a bye until the quarterfinals.

2. St. John Bosco (9-1) beat Santa Margarita 56-10

D.J. Uiagalelei threw for 282 yards and four TDs as St. John Bosco locked up the No. 2 seed in CIF-SS Division 1.

3. De La Salle (9-1) beat Clayton Valley Charter 56-14

Because of the recent events associated with the Kincaid fire and PG&E power outages in Northern California, the North Coast Section has extended the regular season for an additional week. Seeding for the playoffs will take place the weekend of Nov. 9-10.

4. Mission Viejo (10-0) beat Tesoro 44-14

The Diablos won the South Coast League championship for the 10th time in the past 11 seasons. They’ll find out their Division 1 playoff seed on Sunday, but it’s likely to be No. 4.

5. Helix (9-1) beat Steele Canyon 35-23

The Highlanders won the Grossmont Hills League and will likely be the No. 1 seed in the San Diego Section Open Division .

6. Cathedral Catholic (8-2) loses to Lincoln 24-19

This one sent shockwaves across the state. The Dons came with a Top 25 national ranking, which clearly did not faze Lincoln.

(Photo by Josh DaFoe)

7. Corona Centennial (8-2) beat Roosevelt 77-20

The Huskies haven’t been challenged since early September. They will likely be the No. 3 seed in the CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs.

8. Narbonne (9-0) vs. Banning, canceled

The LAUSD has banned Narbonne from the 2019 and 2020 playoffs. As a result of the news — which came down Thursday afternoon — school officials decided to cancel Friday night’s game.

9. Folsom (9-1) beat Del Oro 62-21

The Bulldogs are looking for their ninth consecutive section championship.

10. Servite (7-3) beat No. 24 Orange Lutheran 34-14

Servite will likely be the No. 5 seed in the CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs, setting up a potential matchup with No. 4 Mission Viejo.

11. Corona del Mar (10-0) beat Los Alamitos 48-14

The Sea Kings won the Sunset League with another dominant performance.

12. JSerra (6-4) lost to No. 1 Mater Dei 51-14

The Lions went 3-4 down the stretch, with losses to St. John Bosco, Servite and Mater Dei. They will likely be the No. 6 seed in the CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs.

13. Bishop Amat (9-1) beat Loyola 38-10

The Lancers finished strong. Now they will probably get Mater Dei in the D-1 playoffs.

14. Calabasas (7-2) at St. Bonaventure, canceled

The Coyotes game vs. St. Bonaventure was canceled due to smoke from the Maria Fire. Calabasas will move on to the CIF-SS D-1 playoffs, where they will likely face St. John Bosco.

15. Sierra Canyon (9-1) beat Paraclete 24-20

Sierra Canyon struggled, but they won the Gold Coast League title for the second consecutive year.

16. Grace Brethren (9-1) beat No. 25 Camarillo 28-13

Grace Brethren won the Camino League title and handed Camarillo its first loss.

17. Central (Fresno) (10-0) beat Clovis East 42-7

Central won the Tri-River Athletic Conference (TRAC) for the fourth consecutive season.

18. St. Augustine (8-2) beat Point Loma 31-28

The Saints held off Point Loma and will find out their San Diego Section playoff seed Saturday.

19. La Habra (8-2) beat Sonora 42-6

La Habra QB Ryan Zanelli threw five touchdown passes to finish the regular season with an astounding 37.

*20. Upland (5-5) lost to Rancho Cucamonga 47-28

C.J. Stroud threw for 300 yards and five TDs as Rancho Cucamonga won the Baseline League title.

*Upland forfeited games to Crenshaw and Damien due to an ineligible player.

21. Serra (San Mateo) (9-0) beat No. 23 Valley Christian 10-0

A week after losing star QB Daylin McLemore to a season-ending injury, the Padres’ defense rose to the occasion. Serra now has a one-game lead in the West Catholic Athletic League with one week remaining.

22. San Clemente (8-2) bye week

23. Valley Christian (8-1) (San Jose) lost to No. 21 Serra (San Mateo) 10-0

Valley struggled against Serra’s swarming defense, managing just 100 yards of total offense.

24. Culver City (10-0) beat Beverly Hills 55-0

The Centaurs finished the regular season as unbeaten Ocean League champions.

25. Camarillo (9-1) lost to No. 16 Grace Brethren 28-13

Despite the loss Camarillo still has a good shot at being the No. 1 seed in CIF-SS Division 4.

One thought on “How the Top 25 California high school football teams fared in Week 10: Lincoln (San Diego) stuns No. 6 Cathedral Catholic

  • November 4, 2019 at 8:12 pm

    Why such scant coverage of Northern California?


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