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CIF-SS Top 10 Football Polls (9-21-15)

Posted by Anthony on September 22, 2015 at 10:50 PM

CIF releases Top 10 Football Poll for Week 4. Did your team make the list? Let us know if you agree or disagree on the poll and who you would add or rank the team.


1. Glendora (Palomares)

2. Charter Oak (Hacienda)

3. San Marino (Rio Hondo)

4. Bonita (Palomares)

5. Summit (Sunkist)

6. Colony (Mt. Baldy)

7. Kaiser (Sunkist)

8. Claremont (Palomares)

9. West Covina (Hacienda)

10. Los Altos (Hacienda)


1. Mission Viejo (South Coast) 

2. Vista Murrieta (Southwestern)

3. Tesoro (South Coast)

4. Los Alamitos (Sunset)

5. Upland (Baseline)

6. Rancho Cucamonga (Baseline)

7. San Juan Hills (South Coast) 

8. Hart (Foothill)

9. Edison (Sunset)

10. Murrieta Valley (Southwestern)

To view the complete and official CIF-SS Week 4 Top 10 Football Polls visit their website

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