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How the top 25 football teams fared

How the top 25 football teams fared
Mater Dei running back Noah Delgadillo, right, is tripped by St. John Bosco defensive back D.J. Morgan during the second quarter of Friday's game. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)

How the top 25 high school football teams in the Southland, as ranked by The Times, fared:

Rank School (W-L); Result

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1. ST. JOHN BOSCO (5-1); Def. Mater Dei, 28-25

2. MATER DEI (5-1); Lost to St. John Bosco, 28-25

3. ALEMANY (5-1); Lost to Bishop Amat, 47-20

4. CORONA CENTENNIAL (4-2); Def. King, 41-9

5. SERVITE (4-2); Def. Orange Lutheran, 28-25

6. LONG BEACH POLY (6-1); Def. Long Beach Jordan, 51-10

7. JSERRA (6-0); Def. Santa Margarita, 35-28

8. CHAMINADE (5-2); Lost to Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 41-38

9. WESTLAKE (4-2); Def. Paraclete, 52-3

10. SANTA MARGARITA (4-2); Lost to JSerra, 35-28

11. TESORO (6-1); Def. El Toro, 30-21

12. GARDENA SERRA (5-2); Def. Crespi, 21-20

13. SHERMAN OAKS NOTRE DAME (5-1); Def. Chaminade, 41-38

14. ORANGE LUTHERAN (4-2); Lost to Servite, 28-25

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15. CRESPI (5-1); Lost to Gardena Serra, 21-20

16. CHINO HILLS (5-1); Def. Rancho Cucamonga, 35-7

17. UPLAND (4-2); Def. Damien, 44-14

18. ST. FRANCIS (6-0); Def. Harvard-Westlake, 21-7

19. BISHOP AMAT (4-3); Def. Alemany, 47-20

20. LA MIRADA (6-1); Def. Glenn, 59-15

21. CORONA DEL MAR (5-1); Def. Irvine, 21-7

22. ST. BONAVENTURE (4-3); Def. Camarillo, 28-10

23. NARBONNE (3-3); Def. San Pedro, 28-24

24. LA SERNA (4-2); Lost to El Rancho, 42-35

25. MISSION VIEJO (5-2); Def. Dana Hills, 34-7

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