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JC Athletic Bureau Poll of California Community College Football Coaches

Only 3 CCCAA National Football Teams Still Perfect:
CHAMP FULLERTON REMAINS ON TOP AT PRE-LEAGUE BREAK

San Mateo (Oct. 2, 2017) – Defending state champion Fullerton College enters league play as a unanimous No. 1 selection in this week's JC Athletic Bureau state poll, compiled from California Community College Football Coaches Association members.
The Hornets increased their winning streak to 11 games last week at the expense of Moorpark, 57-0. All of the CCCAA's National (state championship) Division teams take a week off before beginning league play Oct. 12-14.
And only three National teams remain unbeaten, including No. 2 Riverside and No. 6 Sacramento. Falling last week: previously No. 2 College of San Mateo, 21-20, to now No. 3 American River – which blocked a tying conversion kick with a minute remaining.

 Top 5 results:

Rank College Votes Record Points Previous Rank
1 Fullerton [20] 5-0 500 1
2 Riverside   5-0 472 3
3 American River   4-1 455 6
4 San Mateo   4-1 405 2
5
Mt. San Antonio   4-1 389 12

View full poll results.

GAMES THIS SATURDAY INVOLVING TOP 25 TEAMS ARE IN THE AMERICAN DIVISION (which has two unbeatens):
Redwoods at No. 19 Foothill (5-0), Cabrillo at No. 20 Los Medanos (4-0), Mt. San Jacinto at No. 25 Los Angeles Valley (3-1).


NATIONAL LEAGUE PLAY BEGINS THURSDAY, OCT. 12: No. 11 Canyons at 13-Ventura; LA Harbor at 16-El Camino.
OCT. 14: No. 1 Fullerton at Grossmont; Chaffey at 2-Riverside, 10-Siskiyous at 3-American River, 4-San Mateo at De Anza; 5-Mt. SAC at 18-Long Beach, 6-Sacramento at 21-Sierra, Moorpark at 7-Bakersfield, 8-Laney at San Joaquin Delta, Golden West at 9-Saddleback, 22-Diablo Valley at 12-CCSF, Feather River at 14-Butte, 15-Palomar at Orange Coast, Chabot at 17-Fresno, 23-Modesto at Sequoias.

 

THIS WEEK'S FULL SCHEDULE
Saturday, October 7


NCFC
AMERICAN PACIFIC 7 LEAGUE
Redwoods at Foothill, 1 pm
AMERICAN DIV. NON-LEAGUE
Hartnell at Yuba, 1 pm
San Jose at Reedley, 1 pm
Shasta at Gavilan, 4 pm
Cabrillo at Los Medanos, 3 pm


SCFA
NON-LEAGUE
Victor Valley at Citrus, 1pm
Mt. San Jacinto at LA Valley, 6pm
AMERICAN METRO LEAGUE
Compton at East Los Angeles, 6pm
West LA at Pasadena, 6pm
LA Southwest at Santa Ana, 6pm
ALL OTHER TEAMS HAVE BYES

SCHEDULE FOR OCT. 12-14 (league openers for most):
Thursday, October 12


SCFA
NATIONAL CENTRAL LEAGUE
LA Harbor at El Camino, 6pm
Canyons at Ventura, 7pm
Saturday, October 14


NCFC
NATIONAL BAY 6 LEAGUE
Diablo Valley at San Francisco, 1 pm
San Mateo at De Anza, 1 pm
Santa Rosa at Contra Costa, 1 pm


NATIONAL NOR CAL LEAGUE
Feather River at Butte, 1 pm
Sacramento at Sierra, 1 pm
Siskiyous at American River, 6 pm


NATIONAL VALLEY LEAGUE
Chabot at Fresno, 1 pm
Laney at San Joaquin Delta, 1 pm
Modesto at Sequoias, 7:30 pm


AMERICAN GOLDEN COAST LEAGUE
Reedley at Gavilan, 1 pm(Christopher HS)
Hartnell at Merced, 6 pm
Monterey Peninsula at Cabrillo, 7 pm


AMERICAN PACIFIC 7 LEAGUE
Redwoods at San Jose, 1 pm
Los Medanos at Yuba, 3 pm


AMERICAN DIV. NON-LEAGUE
Foothill at West Hills, 1 pm
BYE: Shasta


SCFA
NATIONAL NORTHERN LEAGUE
Cerritos at Santa Monica, 1pm
Moorpark at Bakersfield, 6pm


NATIONAL CENTRAL LEAGUE
Chaffey at Riverside, 6pm
Mt. SAC at Long Beach, 6pm


NATIONAL SOUTHERN LEAGUE
Fullerton at Grossmont, 1pm
Golden West at Saddleback, 6pm
Palomar at Orange Coast, 6pm


AMERICAN PACIFIC LEAGUE
Hancock at Santa Barbara, 1pm
Citrus at Antelope Valley, 6pm
LA Pierce at LA Valley, 6pm


AMERICAN MOUNTAIN LEAGUE
Desert at Mt. San Jacinto, 1pm
San Diego at San Bernardino, 6pm
Southwestern at Victor Valley, 6pm


AMERICAN METRO LEAGUE
Santa Ana at Glendale, 1pm
East Los Angeles at LA Southwest, 6pm
West LA at Compton, 6pm
BYE: Pasadena