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The Pag Meter Early Rankings are out, Don’t get too excited about the early rankings. We need to start somewhere. Each day/week they could change.


(Week 1 is Aug 23)
1 ORANGE COVE TITANS at Granite Hills Grizzlies
2 CALIFORNIA CITY RAVENS at Lindsay Cardinals
3 BISHOP UNION BRONCOS vs Fernley Vaqueros
4 MISSION PREP ROYALS vs Woodlake Tigers
5 CORCORAN PANTHERS at Fowler Redcats
6 SIERRA PACIFIC GOLDEN BEARS BYE (Aug 30 vs Reedley Pirates)
7 PARLIER PANTHERS vs TranquillityTigers
8 MINARETS MUSTANGS BYE (Aug 30 vs Mariposa County Grizzlies at Yosemite)
9 LINDSAY CARDINALS vs California City Ravens
10 ROSAMOND ROADRUNNERS at Littlerock Lobos
11 MCFARLAND COUGARS at Avenal Buccaneers
12 RIVERDALE COWBOYS vs Yosemite Badgers
13 OROSI CARDINALS at Coalinga Horned Toads
14 MIRA MONTE LIONS vs Shafter Generals
15 MCLANE HIGHLANDERS vs Mendota Aztecs
16 GRANITE HILLS GRIZZLIES vs Orange Cove Titans
17 BORON BOBCATS at Silver Valley Trojans
18 FOOTHILL TROJANS at Kennedy Thunderbirds
19 KERN VALLEY BRONCS vs Taft Wildcats
20 AVENAL BUCCANEERS vs McFarland Cougars
21 SIERRA CHIEFTAINS at Fresno Christian Eagles
22 FARMERSVILLE AZTECS at Exeter Monarchs
23 TRANQUILITY TIGERS at Parlier Panthers
24 DESERT SCORPIONS vs Village Christian Crusaders



Last year (10-2) (5-1 WSL)
NEW Head Coach Daniel Chamalbide
The Titans have 9 returners from last years offense. The entire offensive line are returners and they are massively hungry to grow from last year. The Titans return 9 starters on defense. New head coach Daniel Chamalbide has been coaching for 15 years and has never been around a more hungry group of young men. They have the backing of the administration, school and community. Titan Nation is ready for a big year!
The Titans to watch out for will be senior RB Mario Reynosa who rushed for 1,011 yards.
Junior QB Zack Ramirez who threw for 1,486 yards with 19 TD passes.
Sophomore WR Alfred Osejo, junior LB Stevie Portillo, junior DB Andy Tristan, senior OLl/DL Alexander Tobon, and senior OL/LB Antonio Guerrero.
The X factor is this team has the making to play on Championship Friday. Can they stay healthy?
Aug 23 at Granite Hills Grizzlies
Aug 30 at Avenal Buccaneers
Sept 6 vs Farmersville Aztecs
Sept 13 vs Corcoran Panthers
Sept 20 at Riverdale Cowboys
Sept 27 vs Minarets Mustangs
Oct 4 at Fowler Redcats
Oct 11 vs Parlier Panthers
Oct 25 vs Caruthers Blue Raiders
Nov 1 at Orosi Cardinals (Battle of the “O”)





Last year (7-3) (4-0 HDL CHAMPIONS)
Head Coach Brandon Rivers
Cal City always has amazing individual talent, they also have unmatched speed at the skill positions. They are the defending HDL champs and will be very good this year, but they will be looking to replace their very talented QB.
The Ravens graduate some stars but will bring back 4 of the 5 starting offensive linemen. The new QB’s will be seniors Jeremiah Neal, and Kwamain Ross, are both very talented guys. Kwamain also plays WR/ CB and will most likely will be up for the HDL player of the year. The Ravens have an insane amount of speed on the team with the 3 guys that won a CIF title in the 4×100 relay in track with Marquis McKenzie, who plays OLB/WR, Robert Mitchell who plays S/RB, and Kwamain Ross who plays QB/WR/CB.
On defense the best players will be Khalil Mclin, who plays DE/RB, and Lucien Rodarte, who’s an OLB/WR.
This might be the most athletic and most dedicated team in Raven history! There is a llot of young guys who have stepped up and became leaders early this summer. The starting MLB is sophomore 6’1,220 lbs, Ziggy Rose, who is quick for his size. The Ravens are set for a championship run with this speedy team
The X factor will be If the young Ravens play some defense, then look for another outstanding year. Big game at Lindsay to start the year!

Aug 23 at Lindsay Cardinals
Aug 30 at Taft Wildcats
Sept 6 vs Foothill Trojans
Sept 12 vs Lancaster Eagles
Sept 20 vs Polytechnic Panthers
Oct 4 vs Kern Valley Broncs (Homecoming)
Oct 11 at Boron Bobcats
Oct 18 vs Desert Scorpions
Oct 25 at Rosamond Roadrunners
Nov 1 vs Bishop Union Broncos






Last year (7-4) (3-1 HDL)
Head Coach Arnie Palu
The Broncos are moving into Division 6 and now they join all the High Desert League teams.
Plenty of Broncos return including All-League All Stars senior with Tristan Valle, who was the HDL linemen of the year, senior QB Luke McClean, junior Steven Paco, senior WR Jaydan Braithwaite, and junior Anthony Diaz-Campos. The Defensive returning players are HDL All stars will be the senior Linebackers with Darren Dondero, who made 78 total tackles last year and Wes Pettet, who made 66 total tackles.
The Broncos X factor, can they play well for 48 minutes because this team is good!

Aug 23 vs Fernley Vaqueros
Aug 30 at Yerington Lions
Sept 13 at Rim of the World Fighting Scots
Sept 20 at Desert Scorpions
Sept 27 vs Burroughs Burros
Oct 4 at Sierra Chieftains
Oct 11 vs Kern Valley Broncs
Oct 18 at Rosamond Roadrunners
Oct 25 vs Boron Bobcats (Homecoming)
Nov 1 at California City Ravens









Last year (11-0) (6-0 Central league) 8 Man football Champions
Head Coach David Schuster
The Royals move into division 6 and last year it didn’t matter if it was 8 man or 11 man football, the Royals dominated on both sides of the ball. The Titans are really excited about this upcoming year and finally getting back to 11 man football.
To say the school has been waiting for this season would be an understatement. Overall the Titans are REALLY athletic & full of talent, really young but will get better everyday.
The Titans have 7 seniors and all tremendous leaders, return a lot of talent on offense. Offensive line is really fast & aggressive, strong and leading the way will be Antonio Silva, and Evan Wood.
Athletes on the perimeter are fast with great hands with Assani Berkeley, Carlton Brown, and Dalton Strouss who are all Division 1 level athletes.
Senior Brian Kowall rushed for 2,013 yards, scored 26 TD’s last year & was SLOPOC’s Player of the Year.
The QB will be junior Mark Rodriguez & looks vastly improved from last year.
Defense is a work in progress with 8 starters graduating from last years outstanding team. This years defense is much more athletic but much younger and it’s shown this summer for sure. The Royals primary focus coming up is introducing the Royals theme for the year; Play The Man, improving the maturity & getting Defense squared away!
On defense, senior leader will be Connor Borges.
The X factor will be the Defensive side of the ball and so many playing both ways.
The Royals have the makings to be a real good team. Big home opener vs Woodlake.


Aug 23 vs Woodlake Tigers
Sept 6 at Kern Valley Broncs
Sept 13 at Greenfield Bruins
Sept 20 at Oak Park Eagles
Sept 27 vs Central Valley Christian Cavaliers
Oct 4 at Viewpoint Patriots
Oct 11 vs Morro Bay Pirates
Oct 18 vs Santa Maria Saints
Oct 25 at Templeton Eagles
Nov 1 at Campbell Hall Vikings






Last year (5-6) (2-4 ESL)
Head Coach Grant Kapigian
The Panthers move into division 6 and the Panthers are always a physical team so division 6, you better be ready to strapped it up. Plenty return this year including junior QB Herman Luna who has a fantastic arm. Senior wideout Cesar Acosta, could be the guy that leads the section at WR. He’s gotten so much more faster and explosive this offseason from track, and he was already hard to cover.
Chris Mitchell, will anchor the offensive line at Left Tackle. Another kid on offense is (TE/DE) Damarcus Thompson who is a big bodied kid that will be a red zone target.
On defense, Yvan Hernandez, returns where he was a 1st team all league defensive player as a sophomore. He’s been the vocal and emotional leader on defense. Marc Navarro, who was pulled up late last year and led the Panthers in tackles in the games he played in and will be a solid linebacker on the inside.
The offense should be very fun to watch this year and should pick up where the Panthers left off last year. The Panthers averaged. 25 points/per game and 250 yards rushing per game. The Panthers passing attack will be even better this year. The defense will be much improved this year with Hernandez leading the way.
The Panthers X factor, can the offensive line mesh with some new players up front?

Aug 23 at Fowler Redcats
Aug 30 vs Hanford West Huskies
Sept 6 vs Avenal Buccaneers
Sept 13 at Orange Cove Titans
Sept 19 at Granite Hills Grizzlies
Sept 27 vs Farmersville Aztecs (Homecoming)
Oct 4 vs Lindsay Cardinals
Oct 11 vs Woodlake Tigers
Oct 18 at Strathmore Spartans
Nov 1 vs Sierra Pacific Golden Bears








Last year (7-6) (3-3 ESL)
Head Coach Dion Tate
The G Bears got to the division 6 championship but lost to Strathmore. Could this be the year they win it all? The Golden Bears have had a great summer working hard.
On the Offensive side of the ball will be senior RB Gavin Gamble and he could have a huge year, junior RB Adam Antuna, junior QB, Chad Leslie who only started playing QB when he was a sophomore and he gets better and better everyday.
On Defense look for RB/DB junior Andrew Lehner, MLB/RB senior Rubin Rodriguez, and senior DB Anthony Bursiaga.
This years team brings back a lot of experience and speed. The speed and game experience should be the strongest part of the G Bears.
Leading the way up front will be seniors and two quality guards with Trevor West and George Dunker. The G Bears defense will be extremely fast, and aggressive.
The X factor will be so many playing both ways and staying healthy.

Aug 30 vs Reedley Pirates
Sept 6 at Riverdale Cowboys
Sept 13 vs Hanford West Huskies at Hanford
Sept 20 vs Coalinga Horned Toads at Hanford
Sept 27 at Woodlake Tigers
Oct 4 at Farmersville Azetes
Oct 12 vs Strathmore Spartans at Hanford
Oct 18 vs Granite Hills Grizzlies at Hanford
Oct 25 vs Lindsay Cardinals at Hanford
Nov 1 at Corcoran Panthers








Last year (1-9) (0-6 WSL)

NEW Head Coach is David Muro
If there is a sleeper team in division 6 it is the Panthers. David Muro makes his debut as head coach and he has one heck of a resume coaching 15 years as an assistant. David coached at Fowler when the Redcats were a powerhouse, at Parlier for 3 years, coached with David Steele at Kingsburg, coached with Mike Vogt at Reedley and the last couple of years with Tony Gates at Orange Cove. Davd Muro is the next upcoming star head coach in the valley!
The Panthers will be very experienced on the Offensive Line returning 4. The Panthers will return some very good receivers and defensive backs. Junior QB Josh Rodriguez is a Dual Threat QB, which is ideal for the Panthers Offense.
Defensively, the Panthers will be young up front, but will have some skill at the LB position.
Players to look out for will be seniors RB Ralph Garza, RB /LB, Jose Rodriguez and
OL/LB – Justin Jones.
The X factor will be the young defense and look for the Panthers to get better and better every week and that’s the sign of a good team. If the Panthers defense steps up this team will be dangerous.
Aug 23 vs TranquillityTigers
Aug 30 vs Yosemite Badgers
Sept 6 at Strathmore Spartans
Sept 13 at Farmersville Aztecs
Sept 20 at Caruthers Blue Raiders
Sept 27 vs Riverdale Cowboys
Oct 4 vs Minarets Mustangs
Oct 11 at Orange Cove Titans
Oct 18 vs Fowler Redcats
Nov 25 vs Orosi Cardinals








Last year (4-7) (2-4 WSL)
Head Coach Becher Marr
This year the Mustangs will look to have a much bigger, stronger team with everybody coming back on the offensive line. Anchored by their Jr. Center Moises Agundez, who is coming off of his first year on varsity. Moises has worked very hard to become a leader upfront and will help dominate the line of scrimmage. At 6’2” 290 lbs he is much bigger and ready to take on defenders. Lining up next to him will be John Rodriguez and his ability to pull and clear lanes will be noticed early. They will also be helping to protect the returning QB Martin Urroz who is coming off of an amazing Jr season that saw him throw for over 3300 yards. Helping him gain those amazing numbers was his favorite slot target Tj Garner who is looking to take over the role of leader with a young receiver group that has had an amazing summer competing against some really good programs. A few new additions to the team that moved into the area from out of section will prove to be major assets for a team already returning lots of starters. Offense returns 7 starters and the defense returns 7 starters.
Aug 30 vs Mariposa County Grizzlies at Yosemite
Sept 6 at Yosemite Badgers
Sept 13 vs Tranquillity Tigers
Sept 20 vs Fowler Redcats
Sept 27 at Orange Cove Titans
Oct 4 at Parlier Panthers
Oct 11 vs Caruthers Blue Raiders
Oct 18 at Orosi Cardinals
Oct 25 vs Sierra Chieftains
Nov 1 at Riverdale Cowboys





Last year (6-5) (3-3 ESL)
Head Coach Matt Mendonca
The Cardinals move into division 6 and ready for a big year. The Redbirds return 5 starters on the offensive line and that’s huge. The Cardinals will be led by seniors Isaiah Garcia (DB), Mario Diaz (WR), Xavier Rodriguez (OL), and junior Ben Macias (OL). Strengths will be the team leadership, chemistry, and offensive line experience. Concerns are team depth, new starting QB (Nick Dunning), and replacing 6 starters on defense. Players to look out for are WR Mario Diaz and RB Daniel Trujillo. If Nick Dunning has a big year so will the Cardinals.
The Cardinals X factor, is team depth, new starting QB who will be junior Nick Dunning, and replacing 6 starters on defense.

Aug 23 vs California City Ravens
Aug 30 Morro Bay Pirates
Sept 6 vs Exeter Monarchs
Sept 13 vs Fowler Redcats
Sept 20 vs Woodlake Tigers
Sept 27 vs Granite Hills Grizzlies
Oct 4 at Corcoran Panthers
Oct 18 vs Farmersville Aztecs
Oct 25 at Sierra Pacific Golden Bears
Nov 1 vs Strathmore Spartans







Last year (2-8) (0-4 HDL)
Head Coach Jeff Schank
Plenty return this year including senior QB Colby Adams who threw for 2,342 yards and 26 TD passes.
The X factor will be the defense because the offense will be good. Look for the Roadrunners to move up in the rankings in a hurry.
Aug 23 at Littlerock Lobos
Aug 30 vs Fresno Christian Eagles
Sept 6 at Arvin Bears
Sept 13 vs Bishop’s Knights
Sept 20 at Hesperia Scorpions
Oct 4 at Boron Bobcats
Oct 11 at Desert Scorpions
Oct 18 vs Bishop Union Broncos
Oct 25 vs California City Ravens
Nov 1 at Kern Valley Broncos








Last year the Cougars went (5-6) (1-5 E Sierra)
Head Coach Casey Quinn
Keep an eye on the Cougars. They have had a very good summer and plenty return.
Coach Casey Quinn, has done a lot in the past 2 years for Cougar football in building the culture (K-12). The culture is positive and growing in the right direction. The Cougars now have 2 junior high teams and 3 elementary school teams, and that’s huge! The Cougars also have a freshman program and numbers look good at the JV and Varsity level. Team GPA is above a 3.0 and the players understand the commitment and hard work that is needed to be a successful student athlete. The staff has doubled in 2 years and they are committed to making athletics much better in Cougar nation.

Aug 23 at Avenal Buccaneers
Sept 6 at Coalinga Horned Toads
Sept 13 vs Kern Valley Broncs
Sept 20 at Wasco Tigers
Sept 27 vs Chavez Titans
Oct 4 at Shafter Generals
Oct 11 vs Taft Wildcats
Oct 18 vs Kennedy Thunderbirds
Oct 25 at Arvin Bears
Nov 1 vs Immanuel Eagles





Last year (4-6) (1-5 WSL)
Head Coach Bryan Close
The Cowboys return plenty of players including the entire Offensive line. Leading the way will be Senior QB Mason Musgrave and Senior RB Johnny Solorio.. Look for a fast and real good wide receiver crew. The Cowboys have the makings to be a very good team.

Aug 23 vs Yosemite Badgers
Aug 30 at Sierra Chieftains
Sept 6 vs Sierra Pacific Golden Bears
Sept 13 vs Avenal Buccaneers
Sept 20 vs Orange Cove Titans
Sept 27 at Parlier Panthers
Oct 4 vs Orosi Cardinals
Oct 18 at Caruthers Blue Raiders
Oct 25 at Fowler Redcats
Nov 1 vs Minarets Mustangs
















No 13 OROSI CARDINALS (0-0) (0-0 WSL)
Last year (7-4) (4-2 WSL)
Head Coach Ben White
Record setting RB Jerry Huerta graduates so who will take over? Look for senior Freddi Arciga to be the guy. Junior QB Evan Lara returns and will be even better with a year of experience under him. Junior Aidan Rodriguez will lead the wideouts.
Plenty return so the X factor, can the Cardinals play consistent like they did last year?

Aug 23 at Coalinga Horned Toads
Sept 6 vs Granite Hills Hills
Sept 13 vs Strathmore Cardinals
Sept 20 vs Avenal Buccaneers
Sept 27 vs Caruthers Blue Raiders
Oct 4 at Riverdale Cowboys
Oct 11 at Fowler Redcats
Oct 18 vs Minarets Mustangs
Oct 25 at Parlier Panthers
Nov 1 vs Orange Cove Titans (Battle of the “O”)









No 14 MIRA MONTE LIONS (0-0) (0-0 SEYL)
Last year (3-7) (1-4 SEYL)
Head Coach Christian Johnson
The Lions move into division 6. One of the most improved teams last year especially going 0-10 in 2017. Coach Johnson is building a program. The Lions play a tough schedule and they will battle for 48 minutes. Plenty return including seniors QB Adrian Mercado and RB Shamar Oliver.
The X factor is the schedule will be tough and being healthy for the playoffs.

Aug 23 vs Shafter Generals
Aug 30 vs Kennedy Thunderbirds
Sept 13 at Arvin Bears
Sept 20 vs Kern Valley Broncs
Sept 27 at Morro Bay Pirates
Oct 4 at East Blades
Oct 11 at Highland Scots
Oct 18 vs South Rebels
Oct 25 vs North Stars
Nov 1 vs Foothill Trojans at East






Last year (4-7) (0-5 NYL)
NEW Head Coach is Bonner Cunnings
The Highlanders move into Division 6. Last year the Highlanders went 4-0 to start the year and then had some big injuries and lost the last 7 games. New head coach Bonner Cunnings is working on building a culture again at McLane.
Aug 23 vs Mendota Aztecs
Sept 6 vs Hanford West Huskies at Hanford
Sept 13 at Exeter Monarchs
Sept 20 vs Yosemite Badgers
Sept 27 at Dos Palos Broncos
Oct 4 vs Sunnyside Wildcats
Oct 11 vs Reedley Pirates
Oct 18 vs Roosevelt Rough Riders at Sunnyside
Oct 24 vs Fresno High Warriors
Nov 1 vs Hoover Pirates (Revolution Bowl)





Last year (2-8) (2-5 ESL)
Head Coach Dan Williams
The Grizzlies play the toughest schedule in division 6. Plenty return this year including senior QB David Ramirez, senior RB Roman Valles, and almost all the receivers.
The X factor will be the O-line and D-line. Killer Schedule!

Aug 23 vs Orange Cove Titans
Aug 30 vs Porterville Panthers
Sept 6 at Orosi Cardinals
Sept 13 vs Roosevelt Rough Riders at Sunnyside
Sept 19 vs Corcoran Panthers
Sept 27 at Lindsay Cardinals
Oct 11 vs Farmersville Aztecs
Oct 18 at Sierra Pacific Golden Bears
Oct 25 at Strathmore Spartans
Oct 31 vs Woodlake Tigers








No 17 BORON BOBCATS (0-0) (0-0 HDL)
Last year (3-8) (2-2 HDL)
Head Coach Robert Kostopoulos
Senior RB Aaron Core is back leading the Bobcats. Plenty return this year.
The X factor will be the defense.

Aug 23 at Silver Valley Trojans
Aug 30 at Strathmore Spartans
Sept 6 at Rim of the World Fighting Scots
Sept 13 vs Rio Hondo Prep Kares
Sept 27 vs Big Bear Bears
Oct 4 vs Rosamond Roadrunners
Oct 11 vs California City Ravens
Oct 18 at Kern Valley Broncs
Oct 25 at Bishop Union Broncos
Nov 1 vs Desert Scorpions








Last year (0-10) (0-5 SEYL)
Head Coach Brandon Deckard
The Trojans will be better this year and plays a tough schedule.
Coach Deckard is the 3rd coach in 4 years for the Trojans and he is building a program on campus.
The Trojans are now in division 6 and won’t have their stadium ready for a while.

Aug 23 at Kennedy Thunderbirds
Aug 30 vs Arvin Bears at Highland
Sept 6 at California City Ravens
Sept 13 vs West Vikings at Mira Monte
Sept 20 at Delano Tigers
Oct 4 at South Rebels
Oct 11 vs North Stars at Mira Monte
Oct 18 at Highland Scots
Oct 25 at East Blades
Nov 1 vs Mira Monte Titans at East


No 19 KERN VALLEY BRONCS (0-0) (0-0 HDL)
Last year (2-8) (1-3 HDL)
Head Coach Brandon Deckard
The Broncs should be much better this year with plenty of returning players. The Broncs were pretty young last year. Leading the way will be senior RB Jacob Lightner . This team plays a tough schedule and will be battle tested.
KV will be very strong at the skill positions so the X factor will be the O-line and D-line.
Aug 23 vs Taft Wildcats
Sept 6 vs Mission Prep Royals
Sept 13 at McFarland Cougars
Sept 20 at Mira Monte Titans
Sept 27 vs Strathmore Spartans
Oct 4 at California City Ravens
Oct 11 at Bishop Union Broncos
Oct 18 vs Boron Bobcats
Oct 25 at Desert Scorpions
Nov 1 vs Rosamond Roadrunners

Last year (1-9) (1-4 WSL)
NEW Head Coach is Charles Price
Avenal is a very tough place to coach especially if the administration doesn’t buy in. Just go check out Fresno High school. They didn’t take care of the head football coach on campus and he left and it’s now a mess.
Last years Avenal head coach David Lewis, asked his administration for a few things to help out the program and they said no, so Lewis resigned. Every sports program that is successful must have a supporting administration.
The Bucs play a very tough schedule. The Bucs graduated some good players and some return. New head coach Charles Price takes over.

Aug 23 vs McFarland Cougars
Aug 30 vs Orange Cove Titans
Sept 6 at Corcoran Panthers
Sept 13 at Riverdale Cowboys
Sept 20 at Orosi Cardinals
Oct 4 vs Coalinga Horned Toads
Oct 11 at Tranquillity Tigers
Oct 18 at Mendota Aztecs
Oct 25 vs Firebaugh Aztecs
Nov 1 vs Dos Palos Broncos



Last year (1-8 Free Lance)
Head Coach Ricky Kelly
I love to see Sierra moving to division 6. The numbers are down and they play a tough schedule. Plenty return and the Chieftains will battle you for 48 minutes. Junior QB Malcolm Denomme returns and is looking to have a big year.

Aug 23 at Fresno Christian Eagles
Aug 30 vs Riverdale Cowboys
Sept 6 vs Fowler Redcats
Sept 13 vs Woodlake Tigers
Sept 20 at Firebaugh Eagles
Sept 27 vs Tranquillity Tigers
Oct 4 vs Bishop Union Broncos
Oct 18 at Immanuel Eagles
Oct 25 at Minarets Mustangs
Nov 1 vs Yosemite Badgers (Mountain Bowl)


Last year (0-10) (0-6 ESL)
Head Coach Marco Gutierrez
The Aztecs will be young in spots and plays a tough schedule.
Aug 23 at Exeter Monarchs
Aug 30 vs Immanuel Eagles
Sept 6 at Orange Cove Titans
Sept 13 vs Parlier Panthers
Sept 20 at Strathmore Spartans
Sept 27 vs Corcoran Panthers (Homecoming)
Oct 4 vs Sierra Pacific Golden Bears
Oct 11 at Granite Hills Grizzlies
Oct 18 vs Lindsay Cardinals
Oct 25 at Woodlake Tigers



Last year (0-10) (0-5 WSL)
Head Coach Mike Martinez Sr.
Tremendous tradition out in Tiger town. One thing about Tranquility is they love to play a tough schedule. The Tigers will have speed and will be well coached.
The X factor will be the defense.

Aug 23 at Parlier Panthers
Aug 30 at Livingston Wolves
Sept 6 vs Morro Bay Pirates
Sept 13 at Minarets Mustangs
Sept 27 at Sierra Chieftains
Oct 4 vs Firebaugh Eagles
Oct 11 vs Avenal Buccaneers
Oct 18 at Coalinga Horned Toads
Oct 25 vs Dos Palos Broncos
Nov 1 at Mendota Aztecs








No 24 DESERT SCORPIONS (0-0) (0-0 HDL)
Last year (4-6 8 man Freelance)
Head Coach Dante Parker
The Scorpions returns to 11 man football after several years in 8 man football. It’s hard to know just how good Desert will be. They are located on Edwards air force base, so from year to year they can be really good based on who moves onto the base….you really never know. Stay tuned!
Aug 30 vs Village Christian Crusaders
Sept 6 at Santa Clara Saints
Sept 20 vs Bishop Union Broncos
Sept 27 vs Hueneme Vikings
Oct 4 at Trinity Classical Academy Knights
Oct 11 vs Rosamond Roadrunners
Oct 18 at California City Ravens
Oct 25 Kern Valley Broncos
Nov 1 at Boron Bobcats

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