San Mateo — Notes on the official 2014 California Community College Football Coaches Association state poll, as compiled by the JC Athletic Bureau.                                                             (102714)    
American River College remains a unanimous No.1 selection and College of the San Mateo continues to rank No. 2–  but the rest of the top ten shifted a bit this week.
Now No. 3  Riverside  is  tops in Southern  California  after
edging Mt. San Antonio,  28-24,  and dropping the Mounties
from  fourth to seventh.  Idle Long Beach fell a spot to No. 4
but can address that matter when hosting Riverside Saturday.
Leaders of five of the state’s National (state championship)
Division leagues face crucial showdowns this week.
TOP SCFA GAMES — SATURDAY (Nov. 1):
Nat’l Central: #3 Riverside at #4 Long Beach, LA Harbor at #7 Mt. SAC
Nat’l Southern: #8 Fullerton at #25 Saddleback, #11 Palomar at #10 Golden West.
Natl Northern: Canyons at #14 Ventura, Moorpark at #13Cerritos.
American Pacific: West LA at #23 Glendale, # 25 Santa Barbara at Antelope Valley.
American Mountain: #18 Victor Valley at Mt. San Jacinto.
 

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.             
 
Rk  College                          Record  Pts.   Prv
1.   American River   [18]      7-0       450      1
2.   San Mateo                       6-1       417      2
3.   Riverside                          6-1       405      5
4.   Long Beach                     6-1       394      3
5.   San Francisco                             6-1       389      6
6.   Diablo Valley                    6-1       337      8
7.   Mt. San Antonio               6-2       335      4
8.   Fullerton                           6-2       332      9
9.   Butte                                5-2       301      10
10.  Golden West                    5-2       251      12
11.  Palomar                           5-2       234      13
12.  Sacramento                     5-2       233      14
13.  Santa Rosa                      5-2       230      7
14. Ventura                            4-3       211      15
15.  Laney                               4-3       199      16
16.  Cerritos                            5-3       178      11
17.  West Hills                         7-0       139      17
18.  Victor Valley                    7-0       136      18
19.  Fresno                              4-3       134      20
20.  Chaffey                            4-3       132      21
21.  Southwestern                   6-1       76       22
22.  Bakersfield                       4-4       73       nr
23.  Glendale                          6-1       48       24
24.  Hartnell                            6-1       45       25
25t. Saddleback                      4-4       40       nr
25t. Santa Barbara                 6-1       40       nr
Others included:
Chabot (3-4), Siskiyous (3-4), Grossmont (3-5), Shasta (6-1), El Camino (3-4), Contra Costa (6-1), Canyons (3-4), Citrus (3-5), Santa Monica (4-3), Santa Ana (3-4), Merced (4-3).

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