PAG METER TOP 30 FOOTBALL RANKINGS 2019

 

             PAG METER FOOTBALL 🏈 TOP 30 RANKINGS

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IT’S OFFICIALLY FOOTBALL SEASON

This week is HIGH SCHOOL football 🏈 scrimmage week
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Some times have changed because of the heat.
Let us know what time your scrimmage starts so we can let the fans know. JV Game starts before the Varsity
FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS 
Memorial at Central 8pm
Mission Oak at Corcoran 7:15
Yosemite at Le Grand 8pm
Hoover vs Clovis North at Buchanan 7pm
Ridgeview at Centennial 8:15pm
San Luis Obispo at St Joseph 6pm
Templeton at Atascadero 7pm
Strathmore at Caruthers 6pm
West at Highland 8pm
Redwood at Sanger 7:30
Chowchilla at Madera 8pm
Hanford West at Reedley 8pm
Parlier at Immanuel 6pm
Liberty Bakersfield vs El Diamante at Golden West 8:30pm
Kerman at Fowler 8pm
Merced at Clovis 8pm
Mission Prep at San Marcos 7pm
Fresno High at Edison 7pm
McLane at Minarets 4pm
Nipomo vs Paso Robles at War Memorial Stadium 7pm
Farmersville at McFarland 8pm

3-way Porterville, Lindsay at Orosi 7:30

3-way Sierra Pacific, Delano at Kennedy 8pm

3-way Cabrillo, Luguna Beach at Santa Maria 6pm

3-way Mira Monte, Orange Cove at Chavez 7:30

3-way Roosevelt, Kingsburg at Lemoore 7:30pm

3-way Riverdale, Coalinga at Liberty Madera Ranchos 7pm

4-way Madera South, Taft, Mendota at Washington Union 8pm

4-way  Cal City, Rosamond, Victor Valley, at Boron 7pm

8-way Firebaugh, Dos Palos, Gustine, Livingston, El Capitan, Kimball (Tracey), Mountain House, at Orestemba 7pm

SATURDAY FOOTBALL 
Woodlake at Central Valley Christian 10am

 

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                       The PAG METER TOP 30 FOOTBALL RANKINGS

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS STARTS ON AUG 23

No 1 CENTRAL GRIZZLIES (0-0 (0-0 TRAC) vs Edison Tigers
Last year (13-1) (5-0 TRAC CHAMPIONS) CENTRAL SECTION CHAMPIONS
The Grizzlies are back to back Central Section Champs and they had the best QB in Central Section history with Trent Tompkins. Just think the Grizzlies have had plenty of new transfers in the last 10 years and have only won the section twice in school history. The X factor is the new QB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 2 BUCHANAN BEARS (0-0) (0-0 TRAC) vs Narbonne Gauchos  Sat Aug 24
Last year (10-3) (4-1 TRAC)
Very tough non league schedule. Kendall Milton, picks Georgia! The big question will be,  can the 5 star Milton, carry the Bears to the Central Section Championship?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 3 LIBERTY PATRIOTS (0-0) (0-0 SWYL) at Paso Robles Bearcats 
Last year (11-3) (5-0 SWYL CHAMPIONS)
Big and physical! Haden Mann is ready to take over at QB. Looking to be 3-0 when they play at Buchanan

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 4 MEMORIAL PANTHERS (0-0) (0-0 CMAC) vs Kingsburg Vikings 
Last year (14-1) (5-0 CMAC CHAMPIONS) D3 Back to Back Champions
The Panthers are the No 1 team in division 2. Tougher non league schedule this year.
SJM has 3 big time division 1 college players with Jalen McMillian (Washington), Mac Dalena (Fresno State) and Tobin Phillips (Stanford). This team is loaded. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
No 5 BULLARD KNIGHTS (0-0) (0-0 CMAC) BYE (at Buchanan Bears Aug 30)
Last year (5-7) (3-2 CMAC)
Very athletic team. Last year the Knights opened up vs Buchanan and got crushed 31-0 and the Knights never recovered. The opening game is HUGE for the Knights to get over the hump vs the Bears.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
No 6 EDISON TIGERS (0-0) (0-0 CMAC) at Central Grizzlies
Last year (6-6) (3-2 CMAC)
The Tigers lost to Central last year 37-7 in the opener. This year the Tigers match up so much better vs the Grizzlies. Last year the Tigers offense was horrible vs good defenses. This year the Tigers offense is light years better than last years Tigers offense. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 7 BAKERSFIELD DRILLERS (0-0) (0-0 SWYL) at Calabasas Coyotes
Last year (9-4) (4-1 SWYL)
The Drillers are fast and gone is the Triple option and in will be the Spread attack. Junior Ricky Easterwood takes over at QB. The X factor can this group play together?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 8 RIDGEVIEW WOLF PACK (0-0) (0-0 SYL) at Stockdale Mustangs
Last year (7-4) (4-1 SYL)
Senior QB Justin Hinzo is real good. Big game vs Liberty Patriots on Aug 30.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
No 9 GARCES RAMS (0-0) (0-0 SWYL) at Bakersfield Christian Eagles
Last year (4-8) (2-3 SWYL)
New head coach Paul Golla is ready to take the Rams to a completely different level. The Rams will be one of the top high schools in the country when it comes to marketing. The PR will be better than some college programs. Joseph Campbell, is ready to have a huge year at QB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 10 CLOVIS COUGARS (0-0) (0-0 TRAC) at Modesto Panthers Sat Aug 24
Last year (7-5) (2-3 TRAC)
Senior Isaiah Robles is ready to have a big year at QB. The Cougars are much faster this year. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 11 TULARE UNION TRIBE (0-0) (0-0 EYL) Mt. Whitney Pioneers 
Last year (13-1) (5-0 EYL CHAMPIONS) DIVISION 2 back to back Champs!
The Tribe will have a new young sophomore QB. Victor Espinoza who has a very good arm and can run, will give the Tribe another weapon with his legs. Union now in Division 1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
No 12 TULARE WESTERN MUSTANGS (0-0) (0-0 EYL) vs El Diamante Miners at Tulare Union 
Last year (9-2) (4-1 EYL)
17 returning starters from last year and a brand new wide open offense. (It’s about time).
(QB) Elijah, and brother (DB/WR) Jordan Burrel, will play at Davidson College in North Carolina as a packaged deal. I’m excited to see Elijah without playing with handcuffs on. This TW team will be sooo much better than last years TW team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 13 DINUBA EMPERORS (0-0) (0-0 CSL) vs Porterville Panthers
Last year (9-3) (4-1 TRI-CSL CHAMPIONS)
Last year the Emperors blew a 4th quarter lead and lost to Porterville 33-31 in the opener. This year the opener is at home. Senior QB Josh Magana is ready to have a big year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
No 14 RIGHETTI HIGH WARRIORS (0-0) (0-0 Mountain League) at Santa Maria Saints 
Last year (10-3) (3-1 Mountain League)
The best player on the Central Coast is senior WR/DB Jake Steels. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
No 15 ARROYO GRANDE EAGLES (0-0) (0-0 Mountain League) at San Luis Obispo Tigers 
Last year (8-4) (2-2 Mountain League)
Very physical team again this year. The Eagles will be on the road until Oct 11 because of Doug Hitchen Stadium is being upgraded and is being hit with construction delays.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 16 SAN LUIS OBISPO TIGERS (0-0) (0-0 PAC 4) vs Arroyo Grande Eagles 
Last year (8-4) (3-2 Ocean League)
The Tigers are the No 1 team in division 3 to start the year. Plenty return including 3-sport athlete senior QB Emilio Corona. Former Fresno State and New York Giants tight end Bear Pascoe is now an assistant coach with the Tigers. Very cool!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
No 17 BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN EAGLES (0-0) (0-0 SYL) vs Garces Rams 
Last year (9-4) (5-0 SYL CHAMPIONS)
BC might just have the best player in the Central Section with DE/TE Ben Yorosek who has verbally committed to play for the Stanford Cardinal. Tough non league schedule.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 18 ST. JOSEPH KNIGHTS (0-0) (0-0 Mountain League) vs Central Valley Christian Cavaliers 
Last year (8-3) (4-0 Mountain League CHAMPIONS)
Now playing in Division 2 where they belong. Young team with also some very good new transfers. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 19 CLOVIS EAST TWOLVES (0-0) (0-0 TRAC) vs Lemoore Tigers at Lamonica Stadium
Last year (4-7) (1-4 TRAC)
The T Wolves will be in Division 1 after all. Big early showdown will be against Memorial at Lamonica on Sept 20 but has to get past the Tigers because the Tigers are good. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 20 CLOVIS WEST GOLDEN EAGLES (0-0) (0-0 TRAC) at Central Catholic Raiders 
Last year (2-9) (2-3 TRAC)
The Golden Eagles return 25 seniors, with the vast majority having started or seen significant playing time last year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
No 21 SANGER APACHES (0-0) (0-0 CMAC) at Reedley Pirates (106th meeting)
Last year (7-4) (3-2 CMAC)
Apaches running back Kosi Agina who already holds 6 offers including Fresno State is ready for a big year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 22 CLOVIS NORTH BRONCOS (0-0) (0-0 TRAC) vs Pitman Pride (Turlock) at Buchanan 
Last year (2-8) (1-4 TRAC)
Senior QB Trenton Luera is big, strong and very smart and will have the Broncos offense scoring some points. Tough home opener.

 

 

 

 
No 23 NIPOMO TITANS (0-0) (0-0 PAC 4) at Santa Ynez Pirates
Plenty return this year including senior QB Brayden Groshart. Keep an eye on junior RB Keyshawn Pu’a, who is 6’0 220lb.

 

 

 

 

 

 
No 24 HANFORD BULLPUPS (0-0) (0-0 WYL) vs Hanford West Huskies (Dog Bowl)
Last year (8-4) (5-0 WYL CHAMPIONS)
If QB Juaron Watts-Brown goes off then the Bullpups will be a big time contender. The Bullpups have plenty of speed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 25 KINGSBURG VIKINGS (0-0) (0-0 CSL) at Memorial Panthers 
Last year (10-3) (4-1 TRI-CSL CHAMPIONS)
Tough home opener at Memorial. Leading the way is junior QB Jett Jackson who is dangerous running and throwing the football.

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 25 ATASCADERO GREYHOUNDS (0-0) (0-0 PAC 4) at Sunnyside Wildcats
Last year (0-10) (0-4 Mountain League)
The Hounds return plenty with outstanding senior leaders with TE/DL Seth Robasciotti, returning QB Westley Cooper, and RB/LB Gabe Sandoval. 

 

 

 

 

 

No 26 REDWOOD RANGERS (0-0) (0-0 WYL) vs Dinuba Emperors Mineral King Bowl 
Last year (4-7) (3-2 WYL)
New Head Coach is Former Dinuba Emperors HC Kevin Scharton and he will have the Rangers very good in a hurry. The Rangers opening game is against his old team Dinuba.

 

 

 

 

 

 
No 27 WASCO TIGERS (0-0) (0-0 SSL) vs Tehachapi Warriors 
Last year (9-3) (4-2 SSL)
This might just be the most physical team in the Central Section. No 1 in division 4.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 28 PORTERVILLE PANTHERS (0-0) (0-0 EYL) at Dinuba Emperors 
Last year (8-3) (3-2 EYL)
No 1 in division 4. 14 starters return from a very good and well coached team. Junior Hector Nava returns at QB after throwing for 2,756 yards with 23 TD passes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 29 CENTRAL VALLEY CHRISTIAN CAVALIERS (0-0) (0-0 CSL) at St. Joseph Knights
Last year (12-3) (4-1 CSL) Division 4 CHAMPIONS
CVC has one of the best running backs in the state with senior Jaalen Rening who has verbally committed to play at UC Davis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 30 GOLDEN WEST TRAILBLAZERS (0-0) (0-0 WYL) vs Monache Marauders
Last year (7-6) (3-2 WYL)
The Blazers were young last year and this year they move up to Division 3. Leading the way will be the Wessel brothers with Lonnie and Michael who both had a tremendous sophomore years.

 

 

 

 

BUBBLE TEAMS

CENTENNIAL GOLDEN HAWKS (0-0) (0-0 SWYL) vs North Stars 
Last year (6-5) (2-3 SWYL)
The Golden Hawks were young last year. Senior Max Richey, takes over a QB for new Head Coach Richard Starrett and he brings in energy.

 

 

 

 

FRONTIER TITANS (0-0) (0-0 SWYL) St. Bonaventure Seraphs at Ventura College 
Last year (3-9) (0-5 SWYL)
6’4 Sophomore Travis Plugge will take over at quarterback and has the makings of a big time QB. The Titans will get better and better each week.

 

 

 

 

 

EL DIAMANTE MINERS (0-0) (0-0 WYL) vs Tulare Western Mustangs at Tulare Union 
Last year (2-8) (1-4 WYL)
The Miners have a young and talented group for new head coach Chris Franklin.

 

 

 

 

 

PASO ROBLES BEARCATS (0-0) (0-0 Mountain League) vs Liberty Patriots 
Last year (3-7) (1-3 Mountain League)
Now in division 2. Junior 6’4 QB Braden Waterman, has the potential to be real good. Tough non league schedule.

 

 

 

 

 

TEMPLETON EAGLES (0-0) (0-0 OCEAN) at Caruthers Blue Raiders
Last year (3-7) (2-3 Ocean league)
The Eagles offense is electric!

 

One comment

  • I understand the final results next season will look nothing like this but…how is Buchanan going to be better returning 2 defensive starters and losing Tanner Blount, Brock Jones and Jalen Cropper and a 5-5 JV team from last year?

    Make it make sense.

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