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P2P CCS Boys Soccer Top 25

Prep2Prep CCS Rankings

THROUGH WEEK 8


By P2P STAFF
Prep2Prep.com

January 15, 2018


With most of the top teams dropping points, we have a new No. 1 as St. Ignatius continues to impress atop the WCAL. Meanwhile, Harker makes its first-ever appearance in the rankings in the latest Prep2Prep CCS Top 25.


1 (last week: 6) ST. IGNATIUS (7-0-3)
Last: def. Valley Christian, 3-1; next: at Riordan (1/17)

The Wildcats were supposed to slip a notch after losing a host of talented seniors, but at 7-0-3 overall and in first place in the WCAL, they appear to be contenders yet again for CCS supremacy.

2 (2) ARCHBISHOP MITTY (6-0-4)
Last: tied Sacred Heart Cath, 0-0; next: vs. Bellarmine (1/17)

The presumptive WCAL favorites were held to a pair of draws last week and are just 1-0-3 in league play heading into a showdown with Bellarmine Wednesday.

3 (1) ALISAL (8-1-2)
Last: def. Alvarez, 1-0; next: vs. Monterey (1/16)

The Trojans were stunned 3-0 by San Benito but bounced back for an important 1-0 win over Alvarez to stay in touch in the MBL-Gabilan.

4 (3) BELLARMINE COLLEGE PREP (6-1-3)
Last: tied St. Francis, 1-1; next: at Mitty (1/17)

The Bells settled for a pair of 1-1 ties on the road against Sacred Heart Cathedral and St. Francis to fall two points behind first-place St. Ignatius.

5 (7) LOS GATOS (8-0-1)
Last: def. Mountain View, 1-0; next: at Fremont (1/17)

Los Gatos' remarkable run continued with a 1-0 win over Mountain View. The Wildcats have conceded just four goals in their 8-0-1 start.

6 (4) SERRA (7-2-1)
Last: def. Riordan, 6-1; next: at Sacred Heart Cath (1/17)

A 2-1 loss to St. Ignatius dropped the Padres four points out of first place. Serra has a key trip to Sacred Heart Cathedral Wednesday.

7 (5) OVERFELT (6-1-1)
Last: def. Pioneer, 1-0; next: at Leigh (1/17)

Senior Rodolfo Pedroza picked up his second game-winning goal in league play in a 1-0 win over Pioneer after the Royals suffered their first loss of the season against Lincoln.

8 (9) PALO ALTO (7-1-2)
Last: tied Santa Clara, 0-0; next: vs. Homestead (1/17)

Palo Alto fell two points behind first-place Los Gatos following a 0-0 tie at Santa Clara. The two SCVAL leaders meet Friday in Los Gatos.

9 (15) SAN BENITO (6-1-5)
Last: def. Pajaro Valley, 3-0; next: at Alvarez (1/16)

The Balers pulled off the stunner of the season with a 3-0 win at Alisal. They followed up with another 3-0 win over Pajaro Valley to establish themselves as contenders in the MBL-Gabilan.

10 (8) WATSONVILLE (7-3-1)
Last: def. Monterey, 3-1; next: at North Monterey Co (1/16)

Sophomore Alexis Valenzuela scored 2 goals in a 3-1 win over Monterey to help the Wildcatz get back into the MBL-Gabilan race.

11 (10) ALVAREZ (7-2-2)
Last: lost to Alisal, 1-0; next: vs. San Benito (1/16)

Alvarez came up just short in a 1-0 loss to Alisal after drilling Pajaro Valley 3-0.

12 (13) SOLEDAD (8-1-1)
Last: def. Carmel, 3-1; next: at Marina (1/16)

The Aztecs continue to look like the class of the MTAL after opening 3-0 and outscoring their opponents 10-3.

13 (16) SACRED HEART CATHEDRAL (7-1-2)
Last: tied Mitty, 0-0; next: vs. Serra (1/17)

The surprising Irish came away with a 1-1 draw against Bellarmine on a goal by sophomore Dylan Rogers. SHC is tied for second in the highly competitive WCAL through two full weeks.

14 (19) LINCOLN (5-4-1)
Last: def. Prospect, 4-0; next: vs. Evergreen Valley (1/15)

Don't let the Lions' record fool you: they look like the team to beat after knocking off contenders Overfelt and Prospect in back-to-back matches last week. Lincoln lost a pair of matches over the break when it was undermanned.

15 (12) BRANHAM (5-3-1)
Last: tied Evergreen Valley, 1-1; next: at Prospect (1/15)

Dante Reinoso picked up a hat trick in a 4-0 win over Andrew Hill, but the Bruins conceded a late goal to settle for a 1-1 draw at Evergreen Valley. Branham is technically first in the BVAL-MH but Prospect and Overfelt are just a point behind and have a game in hand.

16 (14) ST. FRANCIS (4-2-4)
Last: tied Bellarmine, 1-1; next: vs. Valley Christian (1/17)

The Lancers are winless through four matches in the WCAL but have been competitive in every game, including a pair of draws last week against Mitty and Bellarmine.

17 (11) PROSPECT (5-3-1)
Last: vs. Pioneer, not available; next: vs. Branham (1/15)

The Panthers had their match at Pioneer postponed and then suffered a 4-0 defeat at Lincoln.

18 (17) MT. PLEASANT (9-1-0)
Last: def. Del Mar, 3-1; next: at Independence (1/15)

The Cardinals picked up easy wins over Oak Grove and Del Mar to take early control of the BVAL-Santa Teresa race at 4-0.

19 (18) LOS ALTOS (5-2-2)
Last: lost to Palo Alto, 2-0; next: vs. Santa Clara (1/17)

The Eagles suffered their first league defeat, 2-0 at Palo Alto, to fall three points off the pace set by Los Gatos.

20 (21) LELAND (7-3-0)
Last: def. Willow Glen, 2-0; next: vs. Oak Grove (1/15)

Leland picked up a pair of road wins - including a key victory at Independence - to stay within three points of first-place Mt. Pleasant.

21 (24) BURLINGAME (3-2-2)
Last: tied Aragon, 0-0; next: at Woodside (1/17)

The Panthers remained in first place in the PAL-Bay with a 0-0 draw against Aragon after edging Carlmont 1-0 earlier in the week.

22 (23) ARAGON (4-2-4)
Last: tied Burlingame, 0-0; next: at Menlo-Atherton (1/17)

A scoreless draw against Burlingame kept the Dons two points behind the first-place Panthers.

23 (22) PIONEER (5-3-0)
Last: vs. Prospect, not available; next: at Andrew Hill (1/15)

Pioneer's game with Prospect was postponed due to field conditions and then the Mustangs fell 1-0 to Overfelt in their only match of the week.

24 (NR) SANTA TERESA (7-1-2)
Last: def. Oak Grove, 6-0; next: at Willow Glen (1/15)

The Saints are back in the rankings after a pair of easy wins over Oak Grove and Del Mar. Junior Alan Ramirez scored 5 goals in the 6-0 win over Oak Grove.

25 (NR) HARKER SCHOOL (6-0-1)
Last: def. Crystal Springs, 6-2; next: vs. Sacred Heart Prep (1/17)

The Eagles make their first appearance in the rankings under first-year coach and former MLS standout Jeff Baicher.


BVAL-MH Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
3-1-0
6-3-1
3-2-0
6-4-1
3-2-0
5-4-0
2-2-1
5-4-1
2-1-0
6-1-1
1-3-0
5-4-0
1-3-0
1-7-1
BVAL-WV Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
3-0-0
6-1-0
2-1-2
3-5-3
2-2-0
5-2-0
1-0-2
2-1-3
1-3-1
3-7-1
1-1-1
2-5-1
0-0-1
3-1-1
0-3-1
1-6-1
PAL-Bay Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
3-0-1
3-2-2
2-0-2
4-2-4
2-1-1
4-2-2
2-2-0
4-5-1
2-2-0
2-7-0
1-1-2
3-5-2
0-3-1
3-4-1
SCCAL Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
3-0-0
8-1-1
2-0-0
3-5-1
1-1-1
2-4-2
1-2-0
4-5-1
0-1-1
2-4-1
0-1-0
1-5-1
SCVAL-EC Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
3-0-1
6-2-2
3-0-1
4-4-2
1-1-1
7-2-2
1-2-0
5-4-1
1-2-0
3-3-3
0-2-1
2-6-2
0-2-0
0-10-0
MBL-Pacific Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
3-1-0
5-5-1
2-1-1
5-3-4
2-1-0
7-1-1
2-1-0
5-4-1
1-2-1
3-5-3
1-2-0
4-6-1
MTAL-MT Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
3-0-0
8-1-1
2-0-1
4-3-2
1-2-0
5-6-0
1-1-0
4-4-1
1-2-0
4-5-0
0-1-1
1-4-1
0-2-0
4-4-0
BVAL-ST Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
5-0-0
10-1-0
4-1-0
8-3-0
3-1-1
7-1-3
3-1-1
4-4-2
2-3-0
7-4-0
1-3-1
5-5-1
0-4-1
3-6-2
0-5-0
0-10-0
MBL-Gabilan Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
3-0-1
6-1-5
2-1-1
3-3-3
2-1-0
8-1-2
1-1-1
7-2-2
1-1-1
7-3-1
0-4-0
1-8-1
PAL-Ocean Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
4-0-0
6-3-1
2-1-1
3-2-3
2-2-0
3-4-0
1-1-1
4-4-1
1-2-0
3-5-1
1-2-0
1-3-0
1-0-0
1-5-1
0-4-0
2-6-0
SCVAL-DA Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
3-0-0
8-0-1
2-0-1
7-1-2
2-1-1
5-5-1
2-1-0
5-2-2
1-3-0
4-8-0
0-2-1
2-6-2
0-3-1
1-6-3
WCAL Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
3-0-1
7-0-3
2-0-2
6-1-3
2-2-0
7-2-1
1-0-3
6-0-4
0-2-2
4-2-4
0-4-0
0-9-0
WBAL Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
3-0-0
6-0-1
3-0-0
6-2-1
0-2-1
2-4-2
0-2-0
1-4-0