San Mateo — Notes on the official 2014 California Community College Football Coaches Association state poll, as compiled by the JC Athletic Bureau.                                                             (100614) 
American River is the fourth No. 1 team this season after knocking off previous leader College of San Mateo, 24-14, and finishing non-conference play 5-0. Long Beach won the Southern California supremacy showdown with Mt. San Antonio, 41-38, to replace the Mounties in the No. 2 spot. No. 3 Santa Rosa (5-0) is the only other National (state championship) Division unbeaten at mid-season.

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The Santa Rosa Junior College Defense led the way last week in a 28-3 win over Sequoias. Photo by Haley Jacobson

This is bye week for most teams, including all of the north. (There will be a make-up of the Siskiyous at Sequoias fire-postponed game).
In the southland, there will be top National Division crossovers Saturday: No. 2 Long Beach at Hancock, Grossmont at No. 5 Mt. SAC, No. 6 Fullerton at No. 8 Riverside, No. 14 Golden West at No. 11 Ventura, No. 12 Cerritos at No. 21 El Camino, Bakersfield at No. 15 Citrus, Moorpark at No. 16 Palomar.
Conference play resumes Oct. 18, featuring:
National Central: Citrus at Mt. SAC, Long Beach at Chaffey. National Southern: Fullerton at Santa Ana.
National Northern: Hancock at Cerritos, Ventura at Pasadena.
American Pacific: Santa Barbara at LA Valley.
American Mountain: San Bernardino Valley at Victor Valley.
 

Official CCCFCA/JCAB  STATE RATINGS

 The Top 25 teams in the JC Athletic Bureau’s official California Community College Football Coaches Association  State Poll, with first-place votes in brackets,  won-loss  records,  total points ( based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote), and previous ranking.            (092914)
 
Rk  College                          Record  Pts.   Prv
1.   American River   [14]      5-0       470      3
2.   Long Beach         [5]        5-0       458      5
 3.   Santa Rosa              5-0       429      4
4.   San Mateo                       4-1       407      1
5.   Mt. San Antonio               4-1       399      2
6.   Fullerton                           4-1       376      6
7.   San Francisco                             4-1       370      7
8.   Riverside                          3-1       335      8
9.   Diablo Valley                    4-1       316      10
10.  Butte                                3-2       295      11
11. Ventura                            3-2       254      12
12.  Cerritos                            3-2       246      13
13.  Fresno                              3-2       236      14
14.  Golden West                    3-2       213      9
15.  Citrus                               3-2       208      16
16.  Palomar                           3-2       137      nr
17.  Sacramento                     3-2       121      nr
18.  West Hills                         5-0       118      22
19.  Victor Valley                    5-0       105      24
20.  Chabot                             2-3       85       15
21.  El Camino                        2-3       67       18
22.  Sierra                               2-3       65       21
23.  Southwestern                   4-1       62       25
24.  Glendale                          4-1       60       17
25.  Saddleback                      2-3       45       nr
Others included: Hartnell (4-1), Siskiyous (2-2), Allan Hancock (2-2), Laney (2-3), Santa Barbara (4-1), Santa Ana (2-2), Shasta (4-1), Grossmont (2-3), Canyons (2-3), Contra Costa (4-1), Santa Monica (2-2).                       Prv = Previous Rank                     

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