Hoover Moves Into Top 10

Hoover moved into The Times' Top 10 for the first time this season after a 21-20 upset of Lincoln. Hoover (7-1) is ranked seventh.

Helix also is new to the top 10. The Highlanders, ranked eighth, beat Granite Hills last week, 14-7.

Vista (8-0) saved its No. 1 ranking by rallying from a 10-0 fourth quarter deficit to beat Mount Carmel, 14-10.

The Times' Top 10:

Pos. Team (League) Record

1. Vista (Palomar) 8-0-0

2. Sweetwater (Metro-Mesa) 8-0-0

3. Lincoln (City Central) 7-1-0

4. Chula Vista (Metro-Mesa) 8-0-0

5. Oceanside (Avocado) 7-1-0

6. San Dieguito (Palomar) 7-1-0

7. Hoover (City Central League) 7-1-0

8. Helix (3-A Grossmont) 6-1-1

9. Mira Mesa (City Eastern) 6-2-0

10. USDHS (City Western) 7-1-0

Best of the Rest: Granite Hills (3-A Grossmont) 5-3-0, Mount Miguel (3-A Grossmont) 6-2-0.

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