Santa Rosa JC Bear Cubs move up to #5 in State Rankings
 
    San Mateo  —  Notes on the official  2014 California Community College Football Coaches Association state poll, as compiled by the JC Athletic Bureau.                           (091514)
Riverside City College and College of San Mateo are the new state poll pacesetters this week — by narrow margins over Mt. San Antonio and City College of San Francisco.
That quartet shared all of the first place poll votes after defending state champion Butte and runner-up Fullerton suffered their first defeats of 2014. Riverside moved to the top after a 37-34 double overtime win at Saddleback. Now No. 3 Mt. SAC turned back visiting Fullerton, 34-10.
No. 5 Santa Rosa beat visiting Butte, 24-17, in OT.  It was the first loss in 17 games, dating to 2012, for now No. 9 Butte — which will try to rebound Saturday by hosting new northern leader San Mateo. CSM has lost only to Butte since 2012 and has a National (state championship) Division-leading 5-game win skein. No. 1 Riverside visits Grossmont.
Other top 10 games Saturday, as non-league play continues:
No. 3 Mt. SAC at No. 18 Ventura, No. 8 Fresno at No. 4 San Francisco, No. 5 Santa Rosa at Sacramento, No. 6 Cerritos at No. 11 Fullerton, No. 7 American River at San Joaquin Delta, Allan Hancock at No. 10 Chaffey.
 

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.            (091514)
 
 
Rk  College                          Record  Pts.   Prv
1.   Riverside              [5]        2-0       306      3
2.   San Mateo           [3]       2-0       304      4
3.   Mt. San Antonio   [3]        2-0       301      5
4.   San Francisco                 [2]        2-0       298      6
 5.   Santa Rosa              2-0       257      12
6.   Cerritos                            2-0       256      9
7.   American River               2-0       254      8
8.   Fresno                              2-0       231      10
9.   Butte                                1-1       217      1
10.  Chaffey                            2-0       193      15
11.  Fullerton                           1-1       190      2
12.  Diablo Valley                    2-0       180      16
13.  Long Beach                     2-0       161      22
14.  Santa Ana                        2-0       129      23
15.  Laney                               1-1       109      11
16.  Southwestern                   2-0       87       17
17.  Citrus                               1-1       84       18
18.  Ventura                            1-1       81       24
19.  Golden West                    1-1       77       7
20.  Bakersfield                       1-1       70       nr
21.  Siskiyous                         1-1       65       nr
22.  Feather River                   1-1       60       nr
23.  El Camino                        1-1       51       14
24.  Hartnell                            2-0       48       nr
25.  Palomar                           1-1       45       13
            Others included: Sacramento (1-1), Saddleback (0-2), Glendale (2-0), Foothill (1-1), Gavilan (2-0), West Hills (2-0), LA Valley (2-0), Los Medanos(2-0), Pierce(1-0), San Bernardino(2-0).                                                                            Prv = Previous Rank  

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