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PAG METER DIVISION 4 RANKINGS
(Week 1 is Aug 23)
1 WASCO TIGERS vs Tehachapi Warriors
2 PORTERVILLE PANTHERS at Dinuba Emperors
3 TEMPLETON EAGLES at Caruthers Blue Raiders
4 KENNEDY THUNDERBIRDS vs Foothill Trojans
5 WASHINGTON UNION PANTHERS at Madera Coyotes
6 SELMA BEARS at Kerman Lions
7 CHOWCHILLA TRIBE vs Fresno High Warriors
8 MONACHE MARAUDERS at Golden West Trailblazers
9 SANTA MARIA SAINTS vs Righetti High Warriors
10 CHAVEZ TITANS at Delano Tigers
11 ROOSEVELT ROUGH RIDERS at Immanuel Eagles
12 HOOVER PATRIOTS BYE (Aug 30 at Golden Valley Cougars (Merced)
13 KERMAN LIONS vs Selma Bears
14 NORTH STARS at Centennial Golden Hawks
15 EAST BLADES at Golden Valley Bulldogs
16 DELANO TIGERS vs Chavez Titans
17 GOLDEN VALLEY BULLDOGS vs East Blades
18 MORRO BAY PIRATES vs Rio Hondo Prep Kares (Arcadia)
PAG METER DIVISION 4 FOOTBALL RANKINGS AND SCHEDULES 2019
No 1 WASCO TIGERS (0-0) (0-0 SSL)
Last year (9-3) (4-2 SSL)
Head Coach Chad Martinez
The Tigers are going to be very good this year and maybe the most physical team in the Central Section. Yes the Central section! You better strap it up when you play the Tigers because they will bring it! The Tigers are the big favorites to play on Championship Friday if they stay healthy.
Leading the way with the running backs will be juniors (DB) Christian Alvarez, who rushed for 1,666 yards and scored 18 TD’s, along with Claudio Salinas who rushed for 813 yards and scored 11 TD’s. These guys are both dangerous with speed and they will run you over.
The QB returns with senior Jacob Villanveva who runs the Tigers Double Wing T to perfection and calm in the huddle. There are plenty of fiery Tigers and Villanveva is the coach on the field.
The O-line is bigger, faster and stronger than last year and leading the way will be juniors Chris Garza, Jonathan Valera, and senior Geronimo Valdivia. The big guys have been working overtime in the weight room. All these guys are also so good on the defensive line.
The Tigers defense returns 9 starters. Leading the way at linebacker will be junior Kevin Chavez and at DB with sophomore Andre Cordova.
This Tigers team is more athletic, bigger and of course stronger than last year. The schedule is set for a possible 10-0 run.
The Tigers X factor can they stay healthy with so many playing both ways?
Aug 23 vs Tehachapi Warriors
Sept 6 at Madera South Stallions
Sept 13 at North Stars
Sept 20 vs McFarland Cougars
Sept 27 at Delano Tigers
Oct 4 at Kennedy Thunderbirds
Oct 11 vs Chavez Titans (Homecoming)
Oct 18 at Arvin Bears
Oct 25 vs Taft Wildcats
Nov 1 at Shafter Generals (Highway 43 Takedown game)
No 2 PORTERVILLE PANTHERS (0-0) (0-0 EYL)
Last year (8-3) (3-2 EYL)
Head Coach Michael Machado
14 starters return from a very good and well coached team. Leading the way will be 3-year starter (NT) Larry Duran along with (LB’s) Tristan Soliz and Issac Guzman.
Hector Nava returns at QB after throwing for 2,756 yards with 23 TD passes and watch out for the Panthers the next 2 years with Hector at QB. Outstanding running back Isaiah Ellis returns and he is a huge factor in the offense. The O-line Returns Damean Alcantar and Brandon Rose.
The Panthers are set for a Championship run. Last year they started out the year going 5-0, beating big teams like Dinuba, Hanford, Golden West, and Redwood.
The X factor can the Panthers do it again this year because everybody knows the Panthers are real good. They won’t be sneaking up on anybody.
Aug 23 at Dinuba Emperors
Aug 30 at Granite Hills Grizzlies
Sept 13 vs Hanford Bullpups at Granite Hills
Sept 20 at Golden West Trailblazers
Sept 27 vs Redwood Rangers at Mineral King Bowl
Oct 4 vs Mission Oak Hawks
Oct 10 vs Tulare Western Mustangs at Tulare Union
Oct 18 vs Tulare Union Tribe
Oct 24 vs Delano Tigers
Nov 1 at Monache Marauders (Granite Bowl)
No 3 TEMPLETON EAGLES (0-0) (0-0 OCEAN)
Last year (3-7) (2-3 Ocean League)
New Head Coach is Don Crow
I know all about new head coach Don Crow because he was part of that Great 1977 West Vikings Valley Championship football team that spanked my Bullard Knights. The Eagles got a very good leader!
The Eagles move into division 4 after playing in division 3.
Templeton football looks to continue the high scoring offensive of the past few years.
The young players that have joined the varsity from the JV team worked hard in our zero period weight class, getting ready for their first varsity season. The combination of returners and newcomers will make a great blend for the fans to watch. One of our best attributes will be the ability to find a weakness in the defense’s we play and exploit those with the athletes we have to choose from.
On offense, there is going to be an excellent battle at QB among 2 candidates, they both bring something unique to the battle. Stay tuned to see who steps up when the pads go on. Right now Tyler Kaschewski leads in the QB race over Zack Logan.
Leading the way on offense will be Mason Barbour-TE/H Back, Marino D’Alfonso-WR,
Tyler Kaschewski-Slot Rec/QB, Arnel Osuna-OL, Caleb Richards-OL, Robbie Doty -TE, Michael Avery-RB, Josh Berna-RB, Jonah Martinus-Slot, and Aldo Viveros-Slot.
On defense, the Eagles good group of returning players that will be counted on to be that core of leaders and playmakers. As the off season weight program is running full steam ahead, the Eagles are determined to improve themselves on the defensive side of the football. With the change in coaches comes a change in defensive coordinators and a renewed excitement about playing relentless football in that part of the game. The coaches are looking to see who will step on the field and be the leaders and play makers on defense.
The defensive players to keep an eye on will be, Blayne Twisselman LB, Mason Barbour DE, Arnel Osuna DT, Chase Richards DT, Cody Blankenship LB, Michael Avery LB/DE, Jonah, Martinus DB, Robbie Doty OLB, Jacob Emanuelson DB, Sonny Mendez DE
The X factor will be the QB play and the defensive side of the ball.
This team has the makings to be real good!
Aug 23 at Caruthers Blue Raiders
Sept 6 vs Carmel Padres
Sept 13 at San Luis Obispo Tigers
Sept 20 at Liberty Madera Hawks
Sept 27 vs Santa Ynez Pirates
Oct 4 vs St. Bernard’s Crusaders (Eureka)
Oct 11 vs Santa Maria Saints
Oct 18 at Morro Bay Pirates
Oct 25 vs Mission Prep Royals
Nov 1 vs Nipomo Titans
No 4 KENNEDY THUNDERBIRDS (0-0) (0-0 SSL)
Last year (12-2) (5-1 SSL) DIVISION 5 CHAMPIONS!
Head Coach Mario Millan
The defending division 5 champions graduated a ton of the Thunderbirds super team, so what happens then…the Birds move up into division 4. Why is it always a year to late?? They rushed for 352 yards a game with a huge line and outstanding running backs and most are gone so get ready for some new Thunderbird stars to step up. The Birds team is still good and so well coached.
Jose Cota finished the season as the starting QB. He led the Birds through the last part of the season and through the division 5 Championship run. Very athletic and has a strong arm. He will be very dangerous in the Wing T Option Game, and can get the ball out of his hands very quickly.
RB Ricky Solorio, sat out last season. He will be a fast strong running back that fits well in the Wing T system. Has exceptional hands out of the backfield.
RB Francisco Medina, was the 3rd cog last year and had good touches and yards.
WR Anthony Orozco, sat out last season. He is a great route runner with very good hands.
OLB Anthony Ontiveros, will be a 3-year varsity starter. Great force player and solid tackler.
Pedro Garcia, had over 100 tackles last year as the starting MLB. With a varsity year under a belt that had 15 games in it he will be very seasoned and will command the defense.
Free safety Tahj Kelly, sat out most of last season. He is a big hard hitting safety that will secure alley to alley run game and be a presence for anyone crossing the middle. He is also a player on offense as a RB/slot receiver.
ILB Ricardo Aguirre, finished last season as the starting stack backer. He brings size and speed to that position. Will be a great blitzer but is fast enough to cover running backs in routes.
Joseph Kerchner, was the starting NG most of last season. He is a big strong kid who has slimmed down and become more athletic this season. Should secure the middle of the line.
DE/OG Eddie Hernandez, is high motor kid that is a tough block off the edge and very aggressive as an OG. He will also be in his 3rd year as a varsity player.
Wing Antonio Meza ,is a speedster (similar to Yoncanni Sandoval) that will stretch defenses from sideline to sideline.
Upcoming players from JV will be DE Xavier Enciso, who is the younger brother of Tito Enciso. Kid has the same motor as Tito but is taller. The Spartans are hoping to get similar production out of him.
6 returners on Defense so it should be our strength. The Spartans picked up 3 play makers that did not play last year (Tahj Kelly, Anthony Orozco, Ricky Solorio) to fill big voids left. We have 4 all league returners in Pedro Garcia (MLB), Eddie Hernandez (DE/OG), Chris Sandoval (3 year Varsity center) and Savio Rios (ILB).
The X factor will be turnovers.
Aug 23 vs Foothill Trojans
Aug 30 at Mira Monte Lions
Sept 6 vs Highland Scots
Sept 13 Liberty Madera Hawks
Sept 20 vs Taft Wildcats
Sept 27 at Arvin Bears
Oct 4 vs Wasco Tigers
Oct 18 at McFarland Cougars
Oct 25 vs Shafter Generals
Nov 1 at Chavez Titans
No 5 WASHINGTON UNION PANTHERS (0-0) (0-0 HSL)
Last year (5-7) (1-3 NSL)
Head Coach Art Francis
Keep an eye on the Panthers because they have the makings to be real good. Offensively, will be led by returning senior, all purpose offensive player Darius McCray. Senior transfer WR/DB from Edison is Tory Horton and he should be an immediate impact. The entire offensive line from last year will return and will be lead by 1st team NSL All Star G Edwin Velarde. The battle for the QB spot is on with Sophomore Lawerence Stell and Junior Jayden Green. Raymond Valenzuela will run the ball for the Panthers.
On the defensive side of the ball, the Panthers return McCray at CB, sophomore ILB Keanu Kuma, junior OLB Calvin Ervin III, and senior DE Andrew Rivera.
The Panthers were young last year, and we will see how well the Panthers have matured. If they cut down on the mistakes, this team can go a long way.
The X factor is the QB play
Aug 23 at Madera Coyotes
Aug 30 vs Kingsburg Vikings
Sept 6 vs Dos Palos Broncos
Sept 13 vs Selma Bears
Sept 20 vs Hoover Patriots at Sunnyside
Sept 27 at Reedley Pirates
Oct 11 at Chowchilla Tribe
Oct 18 vs Liberty Madera Hawks
Oct 25 at Yosemite Badgers
Nov 1 vs Kerman Lions
No 6 SELMA BEARS (0-0) (0-0 CSL)
Last year (4-6) (2-3 CSL)
Head Coach Matt Logue
The Selma Bears will be playing in their new stadium around mid October. (Hoping for Oct 18 vs Exeter). They have had some unexpected delays. Can’t wait to see it! That means the schedule has changed a bit for the Bears and where they are playing. Check the schedule down below.
The Bears will have a good mix of returning juniors and seniors with 7 starters coming back on both sides of the ball!
Returning at QB is junior, Joey Ramirez, who has taken the full reigns after being called up as a sophomore from the JV team in Week 3 of last year.
The running backs will be real good with Junior RB/DB Aaron Blancas, who led the Bears in all-purpose yards as a sophomore. Fast and electric this kid is! The Bears will look to pound the ball.
3-year starter is senior RB/MLB Adam Rodriguez,who returns after rushing for 900+ yards in 7 games and he will also anchor at MLB after being named 1st team Central Sequoia League All Star.
Other names to watchout for are juniors OT/DE Todd Weaver, and RB/DB, Aaron Moreno, (both returning starters), senior OL/DL, Mike Renovato, and junior OL/DL, Jon Ambrose and who are all returning 2 way starters!!
The Bears will be battle tested after playing a tough schedule and this team has the makings to be real good.
The Bears X factor is defensive of the ball.
Aug 23 at Kerman Lions
Aug 30 vs Independence Falcons (at Reedley High School)
Sept 6 vs Sunnyside Wildcats (at Reedley High School)
Sept 13 at Washington Union Panthers
Sept 19 at Madera Coyotes
Oct 4 vs Hanford West Huskies at Hanford
Oct 11 at Dinuba Emperors
Oct 18 vs Exeter Monarchs
Oct 25 at Central Valley Christian Cavaliers
Nov 1 vs Kingsburg Vikings (87th Fire Hydrant game)
No 7 CHOWCHILLA TRIBE (0-0) (0-0 NSL)
Last year (7-4) (3-1 NSL)
Head Coach Alex Pittz
The Tribe moves from division 3 and now is back in division 4 where they belong.
The old Redskins are always a physical team and will do what they do best and that’s outwork their opponent. Many spots are wide open so we will see when they strap it up.
The Tribe has a battle right now for the QB job between Tony Woolsey (JR) and Darien Lopez (SR). Both are doing a good job this summer so stay tuned on how it plays out when the pads go on. Running back is still up in the air since Jordan Hornbeak transferred to Memorial. Right now it looks like Jason Pope (JR), Bobby Faddis (SR) & Emanuel Ochoa (JR) will all share the carries. The O-line should be a strength for the Tribe, led by Damien Rodriguez (SR).
Returners Jaylinn Gaines (SR), Alex Escoto (SR) and Rodriguez should all provide leadership and stability for the Tribe on defense.
The Tribe X factor is the QB play and the D-line.
Aug 23 vs Fresno High Warriors
Aug 30 vs Lemoore Tigers
Sept 6 at Immanuel Eagles
Sept 13 vs Central Valley Christian Eagles
Sept 20 at Dos Palos Broncos
Sept 27 vs Exeter Monarchs
Oct 4 at Kerman Lions
Oct 11 vs Washington Union Panthers
Oct 18 vs Yosemite Badgers
Nov 1 at Liberty Madera Hawks
No 8 MONACHE MARAUDERS (0-0) (0-0 EYL)
Last year (6-5) (2-3 EYL)
NEW Head Coach is Shane Focke
The Marauders return plenty from last year and new head coach Focke will get the young guys ready to battle. Shane graduated from Monache so he will be fired up to coach the Marauders.
On offense the Marauders will have, RB Aidan Galvan (averaged 143 yards rushing per game 2018 season), RB/DB Tray Von Bradford, OT/DT Taven “Twinkie” Avila, OT/DE Rigo Tapia, G Alexess Hernandez, WR/DB Kaori “KK” Sims and WR/DB Marcus Salazar.
On defense, leading the way will be DL Jackson Tuese, DL Esgar Madrigal, LB Hunter Weimer,LB Sal Garcia, And CB Julian Rowe.
The QB will be 6’3″ 180 lb junior Sullivan Focke who is chomping at the bit to see the field after serving as backup behind senior QB Antonio Andrade last year.
The preseason schedule has 3 possible D4 playoff opponents and 2, D3 teams. Monache will be tested right out of the gate and has the talent to compete.
The X factor is the Marauders have to play physical and downhill football. Expect to see a well-disciplined, exciting, and smart football team.
Aug 23 at Golden West Trailblazers
Aug 29 vs Chavez Titans
Sept 6 at Kingsburg Vikings
Sept 12 vs Hoover Patriots at Sunnyside
Sept 20 vs East Blades
Oct 3 at Tulare Union Tribe
Oct 10 vs Mission Oak Hawks
Oct 18 at Delano Tigers
Oct 25 vs Tulare Western Mustangs
Nov 1 vs Porterville Panthers (Granite Bowl)
No 9 SANTA MARIA SAINTS (0-0) (0-0 OCEAN)
Last year (3-8) (1-4 Ocean league)
Head Coach Dan Ellington
I love a coach who loves his kids, brings his passion to every practice and that’s Coach Dan Ellington. Football is a tough sport but it has to be fun. Coach is very proud of the football program in Santa Maria.
The Saints bring back their starting QB Dominic Martinez, and a team is always much more dangerous when you have an experience QB in the huddle. RB Sammy Herrera, also is returning from last year.
The O-line basically all returns so are you seeing a pattern in Santa Maria! The offense will be good.
Last year the Saints were extremely young with 14 Sophomores and most got plenty of snaps. The off season and effort has been fantastic along with the team unity. Weight room has been busy.
Matt Andree, who was the Offensive Coordinator 2 years ago is back calling the plays. Defensively should be a much improved team. The Saints expectations are high and although are still pretty young, most of the players on the team already have a year of Varsity experience. Last year the Saints went 3-8, which isn’t what they expected but this years team is hungry.
The Saints X factor is the defense because the offense is good.
Aug 23 vs Righetti High Warriors
Aug 30 vs San Marcos Royals
Sept 6 at Santa Ynez Pirates
Sept 13 vs Golden Valley Bulldogs
Sept 20 at Mt. Whitney Pioneers
Oct 4 vs San Luis Obispo Tigers
Oct 11 at Templeton Eagles
Oct 18 at Mission Prep Royals
Oct 25 at Morro Bay Pirates
Nov 1 at Pioneer Valley Panthers
No 10 CHAVEZ TITANS (0-0) (0-0 SSL)
Last year (3-7) (2-4 SSL)
Head Coach Jesse Ortega
The Titans stay in division 4 and will be much improved. With 21 returners including 5 on offense and 9 on defense, this team will be much better than last year.
On offense, will be junior QB Cameron Huerta, junior RB Damien Espinoza, senior WR Christian Fernandez, junior WR Jaden Veloria, and junior OL Evian Garza.
On defense and the Titans will be solid across the board with senior LB Alex Medel, senior DL Ulices Arredondo, senior DE Danny Gonzalez, senior CB Edwin Lopez, and junior S Alec Estrada.
This outstanding coaching staff will be ready for tremendous game planning and game time adjustments. The Titans will play you tough for 48 minutes.
The X factor is the Offensive line. 2 returners (1 starter, 1 spot player) with experience, but could be better than last year’s O-line with JV underclassmen that came up to Varsity.
Aug 23 at Delano Tigers
Aug 29 at Monache Marauders
Sept 6 vs Liberty Madera Hawks
Sept 13 at East Blades
Sept 20 vs Shafter Generals
Sept 27 at McFarland Cougars
Oct 4 vs Arvin Bears
Oct 11 at Wasco Tigers (Homecoming)
Oct 18 at Taft Wildcats
Nov 1 vs Kennedy Thunderbirds
No 11 ROOSEVELT ROUGH RIDERS (0-0) (0-0 NYL)
Last year (8-3) (4-1 NYL CHAMPIONS)
Head Coach Vince Brandstetter
The defending NYL Champions graduated a ton and this team will get better and better each week. The Riders will be big and physical up front, look for the Rough Riders to bring the power running game.
The Riders will be young everywhere and this will be the time the Rough Riders build the program from the ground up. The Riders are looking for the young players to step up, especially on defense. When the pads go on we will know who the studs are. Gerardo Sifuentes will anchor in the middle. Prince Mbodo had a tremendous summer and is returning on the D-Line. Look for Joe Theus to emerge as the starting QB. he is long and athletic. Very in experiences but has big potential. Daijon Giddens will carry the rock who rushed for 500 yards in league last year.
Some newcomers to keep an eye on will be Isaiah Romo, Dwayne Robinson , Joseph Perez, Andrew Lopez , and Jose Hernandez.
The Riders X factor they are on the road for week 1, week 2 and then 8 straight games at Sunnyside Stadium. This team is a year away from being the NYL favorites, but the schedule is set for a nice record.
ROUGH RIDERS SCHEDULE
Aug 23 at Immanuel Eagles
Aug 30 at Dos Palos Broncos
Sept 6 vs Firebaugh Eagles at Sunnyside
Sept 14 vs Granite Hills Grizzlies at Sunnyside
Sept 27 vs Kerman Lions at Sunnyside
Oct 4 vs Reedley Pirates at Sunnyside
Oct 11 vs Hoover Patriots at Sunnyside
Oct 18 vs McLane Highlanders at Sunnyside
Oct 25 at Sunnyside Wildcats
Nov 1 vs Fresno High Warriors (91st“Little Big” Pig game)
No 12 HOOVER PATRIOTS (0-0) (0-0 NYL)
Last year (3-8) (3-2 NYL)
Head Coach Rus Pickett
Coach Rus is building a culture at Hoover. It’s been a solid 1st true (Jan – Aug) offseason for Rus and his staff and it takes time. There are some other position competitions heading into Camp. Last year the Patriots were in division 3 and now move into division 4.
Returning Starters, will be SR -Jaelen Loran WR/OLB, SR – Isaiah Camacho RB/OLB, SR – Arnold Magana MLB, SR – David Rodney WR/S, SR – Nico Hernandez OL/DL, JR – Rene Raya WR/S, JR – Marshaun Clayton OL/DL, JR – Jon Smith OL/DL, JR – Antonio Bell DB, and SO – Isaiah Diaz OL/DL.
The X factor is the Patriots have to stay healthy and the QB play.
Aug 30 at Golden Valley Cougars (Merced)
Sept 6 at Mt. Whitney Pioneers
Sept 12 vs Monache Marauders at Sunnyside
Sept 20 vs Washington Union Panthers at Sunnyside
Sept 27 vs Nipomo Titans at McLane (Homecoming)
Oct 4 vs Fresno High Warriors at McLane
Oct 11 vs Roosevelt Rough Riders at Sunnyside
Oct 18 at Sunnyside Wildcats
Oct 25 at Reedley Pirates
Nov 1 vs McLane Highlanders (Revolution Bowl)
No 13 KERMAN LIONS (0-0) (0-0 NSL)
Last year (7-5) (2-2 NSL)
Head Coach Stephen Hurt
The Lions will field a young team, but this summer they have shown that age doesn’t matter. They are working hard on & off the field & are dedicated to the process. This is a group of hungry, competitive men. The Lions return key starters with,
Gavin Layton (Sr. QB) 1,873 pass yards 19 TD’s.
Tyler Wright (Sr. LB) 129 total tackles.
Brandon Velasquez (Jr. DL/OL) 85 total tackles 8 sacks.
Jacob Aviles (Jr. WR/DB).
Chris Solorio (Sr. LB/RB).
Joaquin Gonzales (Sr. DB/WR).
Some of the young lions players to watch out for will be Eli Quinonez (So. WR), Bryan Valadez (So. OLB), and Matthew Gonzales (Jr. RB/DB).
The Lions X factor will be the offensive line because it will be pretty much all new.
Aug 23 vs Selma Bears
Aug 30 vs Madera South Stallions
Sept 6 vs Madera Coyotes
Sept 13 at Kingsburg Vikings
Sept 20 at Mission Oak Hawks at Tulare
Sept 27 vs Roosevelt Rough Riders at Sunnyside
Oct 4 vs Chowchilla Tribe
Oct 11 vs Yosemite Badgers (Homecoming)
Oct 25 vs Liberty Madera Hawks
Nov 1 at Washington Union Panthers
No 14 NORTH STARS (0-0) (0-0 SEYL)
Last year (7-5) (4-1 SEYL)
Head Coach Norm Brown
The Stars always have some talent but they did graduate a ton. Can the young guys step up?
Aug 23 at Centennial Golden Hawks
Aug 30 vs Golden Valley Bulldogs (The Turk Game)
Sept 6 at Shafter Generals
Sept 13 vs Wasco Tigers
Sept 20 at West Vikings
Oct 4 vs Highland Scots
Oct 11 vs Foothill Trojans at Mira Monte
Oct 18 vs East Blades
Oct 25 at Mira Monte Lions
Nov 1 vs South Rebels (The Sword Game)
No 15 EAST BAKERSFIELD BLADES (0-0) (0-0 SEYL)
Last year (5-6) (4-1 SEYL CHAMPIONS)
New Head Coach Kasey Tittlemier
The Blades came on strong last year winning the SEYL and now have a new head coach.
Aug 23 at Golden Valley Bulldogs
Aug 30 vs West Vikings
Sept 6 at Delano Tigers
Sept 13 vs Chavez Titans
Sept 20 vs Monache
Oct 4 vs Mira Monte Lions
Oct 11 vs South Rebels
Oct 18 at North Stars
Oct 25 vs Foothill Trojans
Nov 1 at Highland Scots
No 16 DELANO TIGERS (0-0) (0-0 EYL)
Last year (3-7) (0-5 EYL)
New Head Coach Joseph Thompson
Aug 23 vs Chavez Titans
Aug 30 at South Rebels
Sept 6 vs East Blades
Sept 20 vs Foothill Trojans
Sept 27 vs Wasco Tigers
Oct 4 vs Tulare Western Mustangs at Tulare Union
Oct 11 at Tulare Union Tribe
Oct 18 vs Monache Marauders
Oct 24 at Porterville Panthers
Nov 1 vs Mission Oak Hawks
No 17 GOLDEN VALLEY BULLDOGS (0-0) (0-0 SYL)
Last year (0-10) (0-5 SYL)
NEW Head Coach is James Cain
Bulldogs move into Division 4. The QB will be junior Marquel Bruley who has speed and will get better with every snap he takes. Leading the way Up front will be senior Riley Dickey. On defense will be LB Vicente Alatorre.
Aug 23 vs East Blades
Aug 30 at North Stars (The Turk Game)
Sept 6 at South Rebels
Sept 13 at Santa Maria Saints
Sept 20 vs Highland Scots
Oct 4 at Ridgeview Wolf Pack
Oct 11 vs Independence Falcons
Oct 18 at Tehachapi Warriors
Oct 25 vs West Vikings
Nov 1 at Bakersfield Christian Eagles
No 18 MORRO BAY PIRATES (0-0) (0-0 OCEAN)
Last year (1-9) (0-5 Ocean League)
NEW Head Coach Jake Goossen-Brown
Aug 23 vs Rio Hondo Prep Kares (Arcadia)
Aug 30 at Lindsay Cardinals
Sept 6 at Tranquillity Tigers
Sept 13 at Gustine Reds
Sept 27 vs Mira Monte Lions
Oct 5 St. vs Vincent de Paul Mustangs (Petaluma)
Oct 11 at Mission Prep Royals
Oct 18 Templeton Eagles
Oct 25 at Santa Maria Saints
Nov 1 vs San Luis Obispo Tigers