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    Bay Area News Group Top 15 (Mercury News & East Bay Times) No. 1 Valley Christian (10-2) Last week’s ranking: 2 Past week’s results: Beat Archbishop Mitty 7-1, 6-1, lost to Mitty 5-1 Who’s hot: Jacob Hudson had two hits, including a grand slam, in the 6-1 win over Mitty. What’s next: Today at Bellarmine No. 2 Serra (9-1) Last week’s ranking: 3 Past week’s results: Beat St. Ignatius 5-2, 12-3, 9-2, lost to Palo Alto 10-5 Who’s hot: Will Bowen leads the Padres with 15 hits. He’s batting .455 with seven RBIs. What’s next: Today at Archbishop Riordan No. 3 Archbishop Mitty (6-2) Last week’s ranking: 1 Past week’s results: Lost to Valley Christian 7-1, 6-1, beat Valley Christian 5-1. Who’s hot: Zach Yorke had two hits, including a home run, and four RBIs in the win over Valley. What’s next: Today vs. St. Francis No. 4 Palo Alto (6-2) Last week’s ranking: 5 Past week’s results: Lost to Los Gatos...
    As much as we like suspense, our season-ending football rankings would have been out sooner than this morning had St. Francis and Bellarmine not played a makeup game Saturday night. But they did — St. Francis won 38-20 — and so we unveil our final rankings of the Spring 2021 season today. Congratulations to De La Salle for going wire to wire at No. 1 once again and to Pittsburg, Serra and Valley Christian for holding the second, third and fourth spots all season. Los Gatos finished in the Top 5 after starting outside of the Top 10. The Wildcats’ undefeated spring included a dramatic comeback at Wilcox and dominant results in their other four games. Nine teams that were not in the preseason rankings are in our final Top 25 — Acalanes, Sacred Heart Prep, Bishop O’Dowd, James Logan, El Cerrito, Heritage, St. Ignatius, Foothill and Livermore. MORE FOOTBALL: Bowl matchups we wish we could see. Let’s get to the rankings … Bay Area News Group Top 25 (Mercury News & East...
    Bay Area News Group Top 15 (Mercury News & East Bay Times) Records through Monday, April 19 No. 1. Heritage (11-0) Last week’s ranking: 1 Last week’s results: Beat Liberty 21-1, 13-0 Who’s sizzling: Alexandra Cutonilli had four hits, including two home runs, and four RBIs in the 13-0 win over Liberty. What’s next: Today vs. Freedom No. 2 St. Francis (7-0) Last week’s ranking: 4 Last week’s results: Beat Aragon 12-0, Gilroy 12-1. Who’s sizzling: Sydney Stewart had two home runs, a triple and five RBIs in the victory over Gilroy. What’s next: Today at Los Gatos No. 3 Amador Valley (4-0) Last week’s ranking: 2 Past week’s results: Beat Clayton Valley Charter 7-3. Who’s sizzling: Not reported What’s next: April 27 vs. Granada No. 4 Archbishop Mitty (2-0) Last week’s ranking: 3 Past week’s results: Beat Carlmont 8-3. Who’s sizzling: Elon Butler had two hits, including a home run, and three RBIs in the win over Carlmont....
    Los Gatos is now a Top 5 team. The Wildcats jumped one spot, to fifth, in this week’s Bay Area News Group football rankings after rallying from 19 down on the road to defeat Wilcox 20-19. Los Gatos is 4-0 heading into its season finale at home Friday night against Palo Alto. Clayton Valley Charter moved up one spot, too, from 10th to ninth, after edging previous No. 5 San Ramon Valley 17-14. The Wolves fell to 10th. Heritage made the biggest leap of the week, going from 24th to 18th with its 34-14 victory over Antioch. St. Ignatius moved into the Top 20 after edging Sacred Heart Cathedral in the Bruce-Mahoney game. The Wildcats climbed from 22nd to 19th. There are four newcomers this week: No. 21 Liberty, No. 23 El Cerrito, No. 24 Foothill and No. 25 Oak Grove. On to the rankings … Bay Area News Group Top 25 No. 1 De La Salle (5-0) Last week’s ranking: 1 Last week’s result: Beat California 48-10 Up...
    Support our high school sports coverage: Our current offer is three months for 99 cents (total). Cancel anytime. Here are the sign-up links: Mercury News or East Bay Times. Los Gatos’ ascent up the Bay Area News Group’s Top 25 football rankings continued as the Wildcats leaped four spots, to No. 6, after routing previously undefeated Mountain View last week. But where will Los Gatos land next week? The game of the spring in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League’s De Anza Division is Thursday night when Los Gatos travels to Wilcox, which checked in at No. 12 in the latest rankings. Los Gatos and Wilcox are 3-0. With only one game left after this week, the stakes Thursday are a league championship and probable Top 10 season-ending ranking. Bishop O’Dowd made the biggest jump of the week, going from unranked to No. 18 after its win last week over San Leandro. The Dragons’ only defeat was by eight points at San Ramon Valley, which is ranked fifth this week. James Logan, which...
    Support our high school sports coverage: Our current offer is three months for 99 cents (total). Cancel anytime. Here are the sign-up links: Mercury News or East Bay Times. Sacred Heart Prep survived a matchup on the road against The King’s Academy to win a thriller 38-31 last week. The victory made the Gators a top 20 team. They jumped six spots in the latest Bay Area News Group Top 25, from 23th to 17th, heading into a home showdown Saturday against Menlo-Atherton. M-A stayed at No. 15 after its 21-0 victory over Burlingame on Friday. James Logan also made a six-spot leap after its rout of Grace Davis-Modesto, an opponent the Union City school scheduled last minute. The Colts, who weren’t ranked preseason, went from 24th to 18th in the rankings. Monte Vista dropped out of the Top 25 after its 38-31 overtime loss at California on Saturday, a defeat that kept the Danville school winless, now 0-3. Monte Vista was ranked 16th last week. California, which improved to 2-1 with the...
    Let’s get the top out of the way first. Valley Christian didn’t budge after losing to Serra by a touchdown Friday. The Warriors remain fourth in the Bay Area News Group Top 25, behind No. 1 De La Salle, No. 2 Pittsburg and No. 3 Serra. The biggest leaper this week was Menlo-Atherton, which was clearly too low last week. The Bears jumped from 20th to 15th after a convincing win over the previous No. 13, Half Moon Bay, which dropped five spots to No 18. St. Francis, which held off San Benito in its opener Saturday, moved up two spots, to 10th. Los Gatos and Wilcox of the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League’s De Anza Division made notable jumps after impressive season-opening victories. Los Gatos routed Milpitas. Wilcox roared past Palo Alto. Los Gatos climbed from 15th to 11th, Wilcox from 16th to 13th. Acalanes, which won a nail-biter last weekend over Las Lomas, is up to 17th. The Dons were not ranked preseason. Oak Grove went from 25th to 22nd...
    The soft opening is behind us. This weekend nearly everyone is scheduled to be on the field for this long-delayed and shortened spring high school football season. The highlight of Week 2 will be a season opener Friday night in San Jose between No. 3 Serra and No. 4 Valley Christian, a rematch of the Central Coast Section Division I championship that Serra won last season on its way to a state title game. No. 2 Pittsburg also will play its season opener this week. The Pirates are scheduled to play host to Freedom on Friday night. Acalanes made the biggest leap in this week’s Bay Area News Group rankings, going from unranked to No. 19 after holding off short-handed Monte Vista on Saturday. Clayton Valley Charter, San Ramon Valley and Campolindo also moved up. On to the rankings … Bay Area News Group Top 25 (Mercury News & East Bay Times) No. 1 De La Salle (1-0) Last week’s ranking: No. 1 Last week’s result: Beat St. Mary’s-Stockton 35-27...
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