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The Times’ Southern California high school football rankings

Mater Dei players gather on the field, some of them sitting down.
Mater Dei payers celebrate their 34-17 win over St. John Bosco at Santa Ana Stadium on Saturday night.
(Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times)

A look at the top 25 high school football teams in the Southland this spring.

Rk. SCHOOL (W-L) Last week (last ranking)

1. MATER DEI (5-0) Freshman QB Elijah Brown came through. (1)

2. ST. JOHN BOSCO (5-1) Braves are team to beat this fall. (2)

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3. SERVITE (4-2) Friars played Bosco, Mater Dei tough. (4)

4. SIERRA CANYON (5-1) Line play makes Trailblazers rising program. (3)

5. LONG BEACH POLY (4-0) Won big game vs. Gardena Serra. (5)

6. SAN CLEMENTE (5-0) South Coast League champions. (7)

7. LOS ALAMITOS (6-0) Have great young QB, young WR. (8)

8. NORCO (5-0) Toppled Corona Centennial in Big VIII League. (9)

9. CORONA CENTENNIAL (4-1) Will regroup and rise again in fall. (10)

10. LOYOLA (4-0) Lots of quality young players produced. (11)

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11. VISTA MURRIETA (5-0) Surprise team in Southwestern League. (14)

12. CHAMINADE (4-2) QB Jaylen Henderson was outstanding. (16)

13. BISHOP ALEMANY (4-1) Offensive line shows great potential. (20)

14. GARDENA SERRA (4-2) Close defeats to rival powerhouses. (6)

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15. SANTA MARGARITA (2-3) Had a big-time offense. (15)

16. MISSION VIEJO (4-1) New players came through. (12)

17. EDISON (5-1) Made weekly improvement. (19)

18. OAKS CHRISTIAN (3-2) Good play at wide receiver. (17)

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19. DAMIEN (5-1) Program is on the rise. (21)

20. LA HABRA (6-0) Ready to play its best each week. (22)

21. OXNARD PACIFICA (5-0) The team to beat in Ventura County (23)

22. WARREN (5-0) A terrific young QB to build around. (24)

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23. APPLE VALLEY (5-0) Proved it can play with top teams. (NR)

24. CULVER CITY (4-1) Offense was terrific all spring. (25)

25. SAUGUS (5-0) Took down Valencia in Foothill League. (NR)


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