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SRJC Quarterback Mith Hood delivers a pass in the season opener vs Delta College.

San Mateo – Riverside City College is No. 1 among California Community College Athletic Association football teams for a second week, ahead of San Francisco, San Mateo, and Long Beach — according to the JC Athletic Bureau’s weekly poll of coaches. There was no change in the top four this week. Positions did change a bit for the rest of the top 25.
Next in line are Diablo Valley, Canyons, Cerritos, Ventura, Golden West, and Fresno.
Riverside, defending National Central champions, defeated Saddleback, 38-18, and this Saturday will host No. 12 Grossmont — before beginning league play the last weekend of September. Diablo Valley moved up two spots after winning its East Bay showdown with formerly No. 5 Chabot, 26-10.
Non-conference competition continues Saturday: Top Southern California games: #12 Grossmont at No. 1 Riverside, Bakersfield at No. 4 Long Beach, Santa Ana at No. 6 Canyons, No. 15 Fullerton at No. 7 Cerritos, No. 8 Ventura at defending state champion No. 20 Mt. San Antonio, No. 9 Golden West at Citrus, No. 11 Chaffey at Hancock, No. 17 Victor Valley at LA Southwest, SD Mesa at No. 22 Palomar. Northern California: No. 2 San Francisco at No. 10 Fresno, Butte at No. 3 San Mateo, No. 5 Diablo Valley at No. 14 Modesto, Foothill at No. 13 Chabot, Delta at No. 16 American River, No. 18 Sequoias at Siskiyous, No. 19 Laney at Sierra, Reedley at No. 21 Contra Costa in meeting of American Division unbeatens.
See cccaasports.org. for schedules and statistics.
2015 JCAB Poll of California Community College Football Coaches
The Top 25 teams in the JC Athletic Bureau’s State Poll of California Community College Football Coaches, with first-place votes in brackets, won-loss records, total points (based upon 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote), and previous ranking.
[Final poll is also used in the NATYCAA Cup all-sports rankings for football.]
Rk College Record Pts. Prv
1. Riverside [9] 2-0 389 1
2. San Francisco [5] 2-0 378 2
3. San Mateo [2] 2-0 354 3
4. Long Beach 2-0 338 4
5. Diablo Valley 2-0 317 7
6. Canyons 2-0 308 8
7. Cerritos 2-0 300 6
8. Ventura 2-0 289 9
9. Golden West 2-0 253 10
10. Fresno 2-0 249 13
11. Chaffey 2-0 224 16
12. Grossmont 2-0 218 17
13. Chabot 1-1 167 5
14. Modesto 1-1 162 11
15. Fullerton 1-1 153 19
16. American River 1-1 150 15
17. Víctor Valley 2-0 109 18
18. Sequoias 2-0 105 nr
19. Laney 1-1 102 12
20. Mt. San Antonio 0-2 89 14
21. Contra Costa 2-0 79 25
22. Palomar 1-1 77 21
23. Santa Monica 2-0 68 nr
24. Hartnell 2-0 64 nr
25. El Camino 1-1 58 nr Prv = Previous Ranking
Others included :
San Bernardino Valley (2-0), Santa Rosa (1-1), San Joaquin Delta (1-1), Siskiyous (1-1), Reedley (2-0), San Diego Mesa (2-0), Merced(2-0), Allan Hancock (1-1), Sierra (0-2), Saddleback (0-2), Bakersfield (0-2), Butte (0-2), Sacramento (1-1), Santa Ana (1-1).
Top/player of week performances:
Game of the week: There were 1425 yards of offense, 999 by the starting quarterbacks, in the Ventura 59, El Camino 58 shootout.
El Camino QB Jorge Hernandez had the top statistical performance of the week, passing for 602 yards (37 of 54) and six touchdowns.
Ventura QB Brandon Jones (6-2, 205, frosh from Bakersfield Christian High) gets the state offensive player of the week nod, however, completing 28 of 41 passes for 397 yards and five scores — including the winning 15-yard toss to Riley Smith with 15 seconds remaining. Ventura WR Jordan Nunnery had a pacesetting 12 receptions (190 yards, two TDs). Top yardage mark was by Elco receiver William Morehand, 291 on ten catches (3 TDs).
Special mention: CJ Cornwell, Diablo Valley wide receiver, leads the state with 17 receptions after two games (also has four TDs) after his ten catches (73 yards) and a score in 26-10 win over Chabot.
Defensive player of week: Colby Koste, Santa Ana, LB (5-11, 225, soph from Estancia High, Costa Mesa): 12 tackles (8 solo), 3 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, in 39-28 victory over Los Angeles Harbor.