PAG METER DIVISION 3 FOOTBALL RANKINGS 2020

PAG METER REALLY REALLY EARLY DIVISION 3 FOOTBALL RANKINGS

PAG METER NOTES

**When will the football season start? Probably in August like it should be!

**What will the schedule look like? Probably the same. 

**Will there be state playoffs? I’m thinking no. 

**For all players, 

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(From the state CIF)

Without a framework in place at this time for students to return to campus due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, section commissioners have been working on different contingency plans. All of the uncertainty has left Southern Section commissioner Rob Wigod feeling a bit uneasy.

“If you give me a date, I can give you a calendar, and we’ll be ready to go,” said Wigod, who will begin his ninth year as section commissioner this fall. “The hard part is that we don’t know what the date is. It’s going to be very complicated, which people are going to need to understand.”

The task of getting all the sections in alignment will be a challenge due to the different obstacles that will need to be cleared, according to CIF State executive director Ron Nocetti.

“We have a few subcommittees that are getting together with our section commissioners and are talking about contingency plans if we start the fall a little bit later,” said Nocetti, who replaced Roger Blake as executive director on Aug. 1, 2019. “What if we start in the fall and we have to pause? We have another subcommittee talking about bylaw issues and any changes or waivers that we need to look at. One of the more complicated issues for the Southern Section office is finding a consensus timeline for when school districts and private schools will reopen their campuses.

While the CIF L.A. City Section office oversees the schools in the L.A. Unified School District, the Southern Section office has to gather the information from 13 different counties and a significant number of school districts and private schools before settling on a calendar that can be put into action.

“Every school district and private school will have a start date for their school year to begin,” Wigod said. “Some schools will start on time; others will have distance learning. The challenge for us is that in a section that has 562 high schools, we have to find a consensus of where the section is (when it comes to the start of the new school year), and then we can put together a calendar.”

If you take that one issue and magnify it by 10, you can see how things get a bit more complicated for Nocetti and his staff in the state office. However, Nocetti voiced an optimistic outlook when it comes to handling each obstacle.

“It is one of the main reasons why the federation model works very well,” Nocetti said, who noted that New York is the only state, other than California that has adopted the federation model. “We don’t get to make decisions in the state office that applies to everyone, like most other states. Our sections are going to have a say and rightfully so. They represent their local schools and school districts.”

The CIF State office and sections have had recent experience dealing with disruptions due to wildfires. The goal then and now, Nocetti said, is to find adjustments that are equitable and in the best interests of the student-athletes.

There are also the financial aspects of the current crisis. Some schools rely on the money generated by its athletic teams, especially football. There has been talk of high school football games being played in empty stadiums this fall, but Wigod doesn’t see that happening.

“The college and pro games, those games are accessible in some format,” Wigod said. “In high school, we don’t have that same capability. I don’t see our high school sports resuming with no one in the stands.

“We have to have our confidence restored. If our students are going to get on a bus and play volleyball or football, they’re not going to be practicing social distancing. Maybe we’ll have to try with limited people in the stands.”

 

Sections lost money in the spring due to the cancellation of its playoff and championship events. The Southern Section was recently approved to receive funds from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program, which, Wigod said, will keep the nonprofit organization on solid ground for the remainder of its fiscal year. According to Nocetti, the state office and many other sections in the state, will apply for the same loan.

Private schools could also be in for a rough school year from a financial perspective.

With so many families in the state impacted either by furloughs, work reductions or job losses, there could be a spike in the number of student-athletes who transfer this year  from private to public schools for financial consideration.

Current transfer rules don’t allow a financial component for immediate eligibility (the half-season sit-out period applies for most student-athletes who don’t meet the change of residence requirements), but Nocetti and Wigod both noted that everything is on the table for consideration.

“Financial hardship is one of the major questions that our commissioners are receiving,” Nocetti said. “While it’s too early to make a decision in that regard, because I don’t think anyone knows what the next 4-6 weeks will have in store for us, it will be a topic for conversation as we move forward.”

Despite the issues, Nocetti’s pleased with the work that has been completed at sectional offices throughout the state.

“Within the 10 section commissioners, they work well together in normal times. Now with what we are facing, they have come together even more,” Nocetti said. “Our decisions will never be driven by financials. They’ll be driven by the health and safety of our student-athletes.”

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STAY TUNED ON DIVISIONAL PLACEMENT

Sunnyside, Nipomo and Atascadero could be moving to Division 3

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BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN EAGLES ARE THE DIVISION 3 SECTION CHAMPIONS & STATE CHAMPIONS

PAG METER DIVISION 3 REAL EARLY RANKINGS

No 1 BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN EAGLES DIVISION 3 CHAMPIONS. DIVISION 3-A STATE CHAMPIONS!

No 2 KINGSBURG VIKINGS

No 3 GOLDEN WEST TRAILBLAZERS

No 4 SAN LUIS OBISPO TIGERS

No 5 MADERA COYOTES

No 6 NIPOMO TITANS

No 7 CENTRAL VALLEY CHRISTIAN CAVALIERS 

No 8 SUNNYSIDE WILDCATS

No 9 HIGHLAND SCOTS

No 10 LEMOORE TIGERS

No 11 SOUTH REBELS

No 12 INDEPENDENCE FALCONS

No 13 ATASCADERO GREYHOUNDS

No 14 WEST VIKINGS

No 15 TEHACHAPI WARRIORS

No 16 FRESNO HIGH WARRIORS

No 17 MT WHITNEY PIONEERS

 

PAG METER 2020 REAL EARLY DIVISION 3 RANKINGS

 

No 1 BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN EAGLES (12-3) (4-1 SYL) DIVISION 3 SECTION CHAMPIONS & STATE CHAMPIONS

Head Coach Darren Carr

The defending division 3 Section Champions and state Champions lose some tremendous stars to graduation with Ben Yorosek and QB Dominic Gamboni. The Eagles should be good again in 2020 if the young Eagles step up.  Look for Junior RB Jess Wattenbarger, to have a big year. Seniors QB Jayden Huggins, and WR Tyler Carr are ready to lead the Eagles.

Eagles notes and schedule coming soon

EAGLES 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Beat Garces Rams 22-0

Aug 30 Beat Central Valley Christian Eagles 36-0

Sept 13 Beat St. Joseph Knights 37-28

Sept 20 Lost to Faith Lutheran Crusaders 28-21

Sept 27 Lost to Tulare Union Tribe 18-0

Oct 4 Beat West Vikings 47-6

Oct 11 Beat Tehachapi Warriors 64-0

Oct 18 Lost to Ridgeview Wolf Pack 36-22

Oct 25 Beat Independence Falcons 50-7

Nov 1 Beat Golden Valley Bulldogs 28-0

Nov 15 Beat Lemoore Tigers 49-7

Nov 22 Beat San Lusi Obispo Tigers 35-14

Nov 29 Beat CVC Cavaliers 28-14 DIVISION 3 CHAMPIONS

Dec 7 Beat Sunny Hills Lancers 42-21

Dec 14 Beat Rancho Cotate (Rohnert Park) Cougars 42-21 STATE CHAMPIONS!

 

No 2 KINGSBURG VIKINGS (10-1) (5-0 CSL CHAMPIONS)

Head Coach David Wilson

Senior QB Jett Jackson returns from injury and will be ready to roll. Jett is a cross between Russell Wilson and Aaron Rogers. Seniors WR/RB Blake Spomer, WR Kaden Tate, and DB junior Micha Spomer all return and they are good. The Vikings will also have coming back with senior LB Cal Muxlow, junior LB Cole Dias, OL junior Seth Carender, and senior OL/DL Bhodi Gonzalves.

Vikings notes and schedule coming soon

VIKINGS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Beat Memorial Panthers 17-14

Aug 30 Beat Washington Union Panthers 19-13

Sept 6 Beat Monache Marauders 52-13

Sept 13 Beat Kerman Lions 45-0

Sept 20 Beat El Diamante Miners 20-0

Oct 4 Beat Exeter Monarchs 21-14

Oct 11 Beat Central Valley Christian Cavaliers 34-20

Oct 18 Beat Dinuba Emperors 25-3

Oct 25 Beat Hanford West Huskies 53-0

Nov 1 Beat Selma Bears 43-27

Nov 15 Lost to CVC Cavaliers 29-22

 

No 3 GOLDEN WEST TRAILBLAZERS (7-5) (2-3 WYL)

New Head Coach Adam DeCosta

Paul Preheim moves to Redwood in a adminatrion position so GW Defensive Coordinator DeCosta takes over. The former Fresno State Bulldog is a head coach for the first time.

The Blazers are ready for a Championship run. Leading the way will be the senior Wessel brothers. Lonnie – absolute stud at ILB and FB. Michael- will play at safety and QB/RB.

Blazers notes and schedule coming soon

TRAILBLAZERS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Beat Monache Marauders 26-15

Aug 30 Beat El Capitan Gauchos 63-14

Sept 6 Beat Nipomo Titans 39-17

Sept 12 Beat Madera South Stallions 42-14

Sept 20 Lost to Porterville Panthers 27-25

Oct 4 Beat Mt. Whitney Pioneers 61-7

Oct 11 Lost to Redwood Rangers 42-38

Oct 18 Lost to Lemoore Tigers 36-29

Oct 25 Lost to Hanford Bullpups 17-16

Nov 1 Beat El Diamante Miners 48-7

Nov 15 Beat Highland Scots 40-15

Nov 22 Lost to CVC Cavaliers 18-16

 

No 4 SAN LUIS OBISPO TIGERS (10-2) (3-0 PAC 4 CHAMPIONS)

Head Coach Pat Johnston

The Tigers have the makings to be very good. Two of best Offensive Tackles in the section are seniors Thomas Cole who is 6’7” 270lb, and Christian Jones, 6’7 290lb. Cole already has 20 plus Division 1 offers with Michigan,  Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, California, Cal Poly, Colorado, Iowa State, Kansas State, Northern Arizona, Oregon State, Princeton, SMU, UCLA, UNLV, Utah, Washington State, and Yale Leading the way on defense is DB Landon Nelson.

Tigers note and schedule coming soon

TIGERS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Beat Arroyo Grande Eagles 28-21

Sept 6 Beat San Marcos Royals 56-14

Sept 13 Lost to Templeton Eagles 42-25

Sept 20 Beat Santa Ynez Pirates 36-13

Sept 27 Beat Hanford West Huskies 37-0

Oct 4 Beat Santa Maria Saints 56-30

Oct 11 Beat Atascadero Greyhounds 28-20

Oct 18 Beat Nipomo Titans 44-13

Oct 25 Beat Pioneer Valley Panthers 37-7

Nov 1 Beat Morro Bay Pirates 52-14

Nov 15 Beat Madera Coyotes 49-28

Nov 22 Lost to Bakersfield Christian Eagles 35-14

 

No 5 MADERA COYOTES (5-6) (2-3 CMAC)

Last year (6-6) (1-4 CMAC)

Head Coach is Kenny Paolinelli

Senior QB David Zavala is ready to take the Coyotes on a playoff run. David can run, move around in the pocket and has a real good arm. Senior WR/FS Raul Medrano, is a deep threat with tremendous hands. Senior Vincent Martinez, will lead the defense at safety. Plenty return from last year.

Coyotes notes and schedule coming soon

COYOTES 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Lost to Washington Union Panthers 42-14

Aug 30 Beat Mission Oak Hawks 14-7

Sept 6 Beat Kerman Lions 33-21

Sept 13 Beat Merced Bears 28-14

Sept 19 Lost to Selma Bears 42-25

Oct 4 Lost to Sanger Apaches 59-21

Oct 11 Lost to Edison Tigers 44-36 (FORFEIT WIN FOR MADERA)

Oct 18 Lost to Bullard Knights 24-3

Oct 25 Lost to Memorial Panthers 55-14

Nov 1 Beat Madera South Stallions 28-7

Nov 8 Lost to San Luis Obispo Tigers 49-28

 

No 6 NIPOMO TITANS (4-7) (2-1 PAC 4)

Head Coach Tony Dodge

Plenty of returning starters come back including senior RB/LB Keyshawn Pu’a, who is 6’0 230lb. Leading the way at WR will be senior Nate Reese.

Titans notes and schedule coming soon

TITANS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Beat Santa Ynez Pirates 23-21

Aug 30 Beat Cabrillo Conquistadores 28-6

Sept 6 Lost to Golden West Trailblazers 39-17

Sept 13 Lost to Bishop Diego Cardinals 24-6

Sept 20 Lost to Arroyo Grande Eagles 21-6

Sept 27 Lost to Hoover Patriots 14-13

Oct 11 Beat Pioneer Valley Panthers 17-3

Oct 18 Lost to San Luis Obispo Tigers 44-13

Oct 25 Beat Atascadero Greyhounds 27-7

Nov 1 Lost to Templeton Eagles 27-16

Nov 8 Lost to Tulare Western Mustangs 42-7

 

No 7 CENTRAL VALLEY CHRISTIAN CAVALIERS (9-5) (3-2 CSL)

Head Coach Mason Hughes

The Cavaliers graduate plenty of stars including Jaalen Rening, Dirk Nelson and Tyce Griswold. Look for seniors, RB Mason Haworth, and WR Ethan Hansen to have a good year. Stay tuned on the Cavaliers

Caves notes and schedule coming soon

CAVALIERS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Lost to St. Joseph Knights 35-7

Aug 30 Lost to Bakersfield Christian Eagles 36-0

Sept 13 Beat Chowchilla Tribe 36-21

Sept 20 Beat Immanuel Eagles 27-14

Sept 27 Beat Mission Prep Royals 62-35

Oct 4 Beat Dinuba Emperors 35-34

Oct 11 Lost to Kingsburg Vikings 34-20

Oct 19 Beat Hanford West Huskies 65-0

Oct 25 Lost to Selma Bears 35-3

Nov 1 Beat Exeter Monarchs 47-12

Nov 8 Beat South Rebels 43-20

Nov 15 Beat Kingsburg Vikings 29-22

Nov 22 Beat Golden West Trailblazers 18-16

Nov 29 Lost to Bakersfield Christian Eagles 28-14

 

No 8 SUNNYSIDE WILDCATS (6-5) (5-0 NYL CHAMPIONS)

Head Coach Gordon Wood

The Wildcats are stuck in the middle. Real good in the NYL but has struggled outside of the NYL and now could be moving into Division 3. The Cats are always loaded with talent. Upfront to watch out for seniors, 6’2, 315 Jeffrey Martin, and 6’1, 271 Corey Jackson.

Wildcats notes and schedule coming soon.

WILDCATS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Beat Atascadero Greyhounds 30-7

Aug 30 Lost to Clovis North Broncos 10-0

Sept 6 Lost to Selma Bears 28-8

Sept 13 Lost to Clovis East T Wolves 28-6

Sept 20 Lost to Stockdale Mustangs 29-20

Oct 4 Beat McLane Highlanders 41-0

Oct 10 Beat Fresno High Warriors 51-7

Oct 18 Beat Hoover Patriots 22-9

Oct 25 Beat Roosevelt Rough Riders 21-14

Oct 31 Beat Reedley Pirates 38-8

Nov 8 Lost to St Joseph Knights 27-6

 

No 9 HIGHLAND SCOTS (9-2) (5-0 SEYL CHAMPIONS)

Head Coach Michael Gutierrez

The dangerous senior QB  A.J. Cleveland returns. Junior Dominic Rountree comes off a tremendous year on defense as the SEYL MVP with 85 tackles.

Scots notes and schedule coming soon

SCOTS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Beat Arvin Bears 21-6

Aug 30 Beat Shafter Generals 22-17

Sept 6 Lost to Kennedy Thunderbirds 28-16

Sept 13 Beat Tehachapi Warriors 48-15

Sept 20 Beat Golden Valley Bulldogs 38-0

Oct 4 Beat North Stars 70-35

Oct 11 Beat Mira Monte Lions 56-7

Oct 18 Beat Foothill Trojans 49-8

Oct 25 Beat South Rebels 41-17

Nov 1 Beat East Blades 35-6

Nov 15 Lost to Golden West Trailblazers 40-15

 

No10 LEMOORE TIGERS (5-7) (3-2 WYL)

Head Coach is Josh Kloster

The Tigers will need the young guys to step up after graduating plenty. Stay tuned on the Tigers.

Tigers notes and schedule coming soon

TIGERS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Lost to Clovis East T Wolves 35-0

Aug 30 Beat Chowchilla Tribe 26-16

Sept 6 Lost to Tulare Western Mustangs 46-7

Sept 13 Lost to Sanger Apaches 41-22

Sept 20 Lost to Tulare Union Tribe 27-14

Oct 4 Lost to Redwood Rangers 30-14

Oct 11 Beat El Diamante Miners 34-23

Oct 18 Beat Golden West Trailblazers 36-29

Oct 25 Beat Mt. Whitney Pioneers 42-6

Nov 1 Lost to Hanford Bullpups 43-36

Nov 8 Beat West Vikings 28-20

Nov 15 Lost to Bakersfield Christian Eagles 49-7

 

No 11 SOUTH REBELS (5-6) (2-3 SEYL)

Head Coach Cary Mills

Star B Daniel Lomax graduates so look for King Ellis to be the guy at QB

Rebels notes and schedule coming soon

REBELS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Beat Independence Falcons 7-6

Aug 30 Beat Delano Tigers 35-7

Sept 6 Lost to Golden Valley Bulldogs 21-6

Sept 13 Beat Fresno High Warriors 42-26

Sept 27 Lost to West Vikings 29-14

Oct 4 Beat Foothill Trojans 70-35

Oct 11 Lost to East Blades 28-7

Oct 18 Beat Mira Monte Lions 43-6

Oct 25 Lost to Highland Scots 41-17

Nov 1 Lost to North Blades 26-24

Nov 8 Lost to CVC Cavaliers 43-20

 

No 12 INDEPENDENCE FALCONS (3-7) (3-2 SYL) 

Hed Coach Tyler Schilhabel

Junior QB Isaiah Jones returns and now has a year of experience under his belt.

Falcons notes and schedule coming soon

FALCONS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Lost to South Rebels 7-6

Aug 30 Lost to Selma Bears 35-0

Sept 6 Lost to Arroyo Grande Eagles 44-6

Sept 13 Lost to Stockdale Mustangs 32-7

Sept 20 Lost to Frontier Titans 43-14

Oct 4 Beat Tehachapi Warriors 23-22

Oct 11 Beat Golden Valley Bulldogs 21-6

Oct 18 Beat West Vikings 14-13

Oct 25 Lost to Bakersfield Christian Eagles 50-7

Nov 1 Lost to Ridgeview Wolf Pack 55-7

 

No 13 ATASCADERO GREYHOUNDS (3-8) (1-2 PAC 4)

Head Coach Vic Cooper

Leading the way will be senior RB/QB Jadon Prince

Greyhounds notes and schedule coming soon

GREYHOUNDS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Lost to Sunnyside Wildcats 30-7

Aug 30 Beat Buena Bulldogs 28-24

Sept 6 Lost to Stockdale Mustangs 21-7

Sept 13 Beat Shafter Generals 28-8

Sept 20 Lost to Redwood Rangers 51-6

Oct 4 Lost to Royal Highlanders 27-13

Oct 11 Lost to San Luis Obispo Tigers 28-20

Oct 18 Beat Pioneer Valley Panthers 24-10

Oct 25 Lost to Nipomo Titans 27-7

Nov 1 Lost to Paso Robles Bearcats 48-7

Nov 8 Lost to Redwood Rangers 49-6

 

No 14 WEST VIKINGS (4-7) (2-3 SYL)

Head Coach Derrick Dunham

Junior Daylon Leach, returns at QB/RB

Vikings notes and schedule coming soon

 

VIKINGS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 22 Lost to Mission Oak Hawks 28-7

Aug 30 Beat East Blades 26-23

Sept 13 Lost to Foothill Trojans 33-14

Sept 20 Lost to North Stars 33-20

Sept 27 Beat South Rebels 29-14

Oct 4 Lost to Bakersfield Christian Eagles 47-6

Oct 11 Lost to Ridgeview Wolf Pack 14-0

Oct 18 Lost to Independence Falcons 14-13

Oct 25 Beat Golden Valley Bulldogs 21-20

Nov 1 Beat Tehachapi Warriors 20-14

Nov 8 Lost to Lemoore Tigers 28-20

 

No 15 TEHACHAPI WARRIORS (1-9) (1-4 SYL) 

Head Coach Doug DeGeer

Seniors Jake Tye and Max Meza both return after sharing QB duties last year.

Warriors notes and schedule coming soon

 

WARRIORS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Lost to Wasco Tigers 45-0

Aug 30 Lost to Bakersfield Drillers 49-14

Sept 6 Lost to Taft Wildcats 34-12

Sept 13 Lost to Highland Scots 48-15

Sept 20 Lost to Garces Rams 63-0

Oct 4 Lost to Independence Falcons 23-22

Oct 11 Lost to Bakersfield Christian Eagles 64-0

Oct 18 Beat Golden Valley Bulldogs 28-6

Oct 25 Lost to Ridgeview Wolf Pack 52-6

Nov 1 Lost to West Vikings 20-14

 

No 16 FRESNO HIGH WARRIORS (1-9) (1-4 NYL)

Head Coach Keith Pempek

Last year was a disaster with the administration not supporting football. Stay tuned on this year.

Warriors notes and schedule coming soon

WARRIORS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Lost to Chowchilla Tribe 27-12

Aug 30 Lost to Memorial Panthers 78-0

Sept 6 vs Hanford Bullpups 65-0

Sept 12 Lost to South Rebels 42-26

Sept 20 Lost to Madera South Stallions 49-28

Oct 4 Lost to Hoover Patriots 53-32

Oct 10 Lost to Sunnyside Wildcats 51-7

Oct 18 Lost to Reedley Pirates 51-7

Oct 24 Beat McLane Highlanders 32-17

Nov 1 Lost to Roosevelt Rough Riders 49-14

 

No 17 MT WHITNEY PIONEERS (0-10) (0-5 WYL) 

Head Coach is Nathan Chamberlain

Last year was simply a horrible year. The School boundaries need to be redrawn. The big question…is the administration in it to win it?  Redwood has 80 players on Varsity and the Pioneers had less than 30.  Something needs to change at MW.

Pioneers notes and schedule coming soon.

PIONEERS 2019 FINAL SCHEDULE RESULTS

Aug 23 Lost to Tulare Union Tribe 40-14

Aug 30 Lost to Tulare Western Mustangs 68-6

Sept 6 Lost to Hoover Patriots 30-25

Sept 13 Lost to Mission Oak Hawks 56-7

Sept 20 Lost to Santa Maria Saints 31-21

Oct 4 Lost to Golden West Trailblazers 61-7

Oct 11 Lost to Hanford Bullpups 68-3

Oct 18 Lost to El Diamante Miners 41-0

Oct 25 Lost to Lemoore Tigers 42-6

Nov 1 Lost to Redwood Rangers 49-19

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