Football: Muir’s Five Wins Leads Pasadena Area; Mustangs Ranked No. 8 in CIF-SS Division 9 Poll

From Top clockwise: Amaris Harrison, Aryonis Harrison, Chuck Shull, Caleb Snowden. Center: Brian Love. From STAFF REPORTS Muir doesn’t just lead the entire Pasadena area in wins (5), the Mustangs are also the only area program ranked in the latest CIF-SS poll. In Monday’s release, CIF has Muir ranked No. 8 in Division 9. The […]

From Top clockwise: Amaris Harrison, Aryonis Harrison, Chuck Shull, Caleb Snowden. Center: Brian Love.

From STAFF REPORTS

Muir doesn’t just lead the entire Pasadena area in wins (5), the Mustangs are also the only area program ranked in the latest CIF-SS poll.

In Monday’s release, CIF has Muir ranked No. 8 in Division 9.

The Mustangs have won consecutive games over the Pacific League’s bottom rung.

Over the past two weeks, Muir has hammered Hoover and Glendale by a combined margin of 118-7.

But now that the easy games are out of the way, the Mustangs will face Burroughs this week and finish out the season with Burbank, Arcadia and Pasadena.

As of Monday, Muir is tied for third place with Burbank at 2-1 in Pacific League play.

Both Arcadia and Crescenta Valley are 3-0.

The Mustangs have gotten big-game efforts from their entire roster, including quarterbacks Brian Love and Amaris Harrison, running backs Jahlique Stephens, Chuck Shull, and receivers Aryonis Harrison and Caleb Snowden, just to name a few.

St. Francis has the area’ longest win streak, which is at three games now.

Poly is 4-1, and they come off their bye week, and travel to Calabasas to take on Viewpoint.

PHS fell to Burbank last week and will bounce back when they take on Hoover this Friday.

Maranatha will open Olympic League play Friday when they host Cerritos Valley Christian.

La Salle will look for its first win of the season when the Lancers host St. Anthony (1-5) in a Del Rey League match up.

Pasadena Area Football Standings:
Angelus League:
Cathedral (5-2)
St. Francis (4-2)
Crespi (3-3)
Salesian (2-2)

Del Rey League:
St. Paul (5-1 overall, 1-0 in league)
St. Genevieve (4-2, 0-0)
Harvard-Westlake (3-3, 0-0)
St. Anthony (1-5, 0-0)
La Salle (0-7, 0-1)

Mission Valley League:
South El Monte (4-3 overall, 3-0 in league)
Arroyo (5-1, 2-0)
El Monte (5-1, 2-0)
Gabrielino (4-3, 1-2)
Rosemead (3-3, 0-2)
Mountain View (1-6, 0-3)

Olympic League:
Heritage Christian (7-0 overall, 1-0 in league)
Village Christian (5-2, 1-0)
Maranatha (3-3, 0-0)
Valley Christian (2-5, 0-1)
Whittier Christian (0-6, 0-1)

Pacific League:
Crescenta Valley (6-0 overall, 3-0 in league)
Arcadia (4-2, 3-0)
Muir (5-1, 2-1)
Burbank (3-3, 2-1)
Pasadena (3-3, 1-2)
Burroughs (1-5, 1-2)
Gabrielino (1-5, 0-3)
Hoover (1-5, 0-3)

Prep League:
Poly (4-1)
Rio Hondo Prep (4-1)
Santa Clarita Christian (4-2)
Vasquez (1-5)

This week’s games:
Burroughs at Muir
Paraclete at St. Francis
Pasadena at Hoover
Valley Christian at Maranatha
Poly at Viewpoint
St. Anthony at La Salle
Cate at Flintridge Prep

CIF Football Poll, October 1, 2018:
Division 1:
1- Mater Dei
2- St. John Bosco
3- Centennial Corona
4- Oaks Christian
5- Mission Viejo
6- Orange Lutheran
7- JSerra
8- Bishop Amat
9- Vista Murrieta
10- Chaminade

Division 2:
1- Rancho Verde
2- Norco
3- Upland
4- Calabasas
5- Alemany
6- Los Alamitos
7- Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks)
8- Heritage
9- Westlake
10- Cathedral

Division 3:
1- Capistrano Valley
2- Cajon
3- Citrus Hill
4- Moorpark
5- Sierra Canyon
6- Roosevelt
7- Lompoc
8- Corona Santiago
9- Paloma Valley
10- Etiwanda

Division 4:
1- Camarillo
2- Corona del Mar
3- Villa Park
4- Grace Brethren
5- Oak Hills
6-St. Bonaventure
7- El Modena
8- Yucaipa
9- Chaparral
10- Yorba Linda

Division 5:
1- Apple Valley
2- Aquinas
3- St. Paul
4- Antelope Valley
5- Lawndale
6- La Serna
7- Glendora
8- Diamond Ranch
9- Palos Verdes
10- Colony

Division 6:
1- South Hills
2- West Ranch
3- St. Margaret’s
4- Serrano
5- Oxnard
6-Pacifica
7- Mayfair
8- Ayala
9- Huntington Beach
10- Palmdale

Division 7:
1- San Jacinto
2- Crescenta Valley
3- Northview
4- Culver City
5- Citrus Valley
6- Valencia
7- Sunny Hills
8- Millikan
9- Warren
10- Notre Dame (Riverside)

Division 8:
1- Katella
2- Kaiser
3- San Dimas
4- Arroyo
5- Temecula Valley
6- Santa Ana
7- Arcadia
8- Alta Loma
9- Fountain Valley
10- Rancho Mirage

Division 9:
1- Palm Desert
2- Aliso Niguel
3- Heritage Christian
4- Orange
5- San Marino
6- Segerstrom
7- Garden Grove
8- Muir
9- Covina
10- Brea Olinda

Division 10:
1- Bonita
2- Highland
3- Knight
4- Brentwood
5- Eisenhower
6- Shadow Hills
7- Chaffey
8- Simi Valley
9- Hillcrest
10- Compton

Division 11:
1- Western
2- Ocean View
3- Santa Paula
4- Beaumont
5- Pomona
6- Peninsula
7- Jurupa Hills
8- Patriot
9- Hemet
10- Colton

Division 12:
1-Linfield Christian
2- Bellflower
3- Tahquitz
4- Laguna Beach
5- Ramona
6- Rio Hondo Prep
7- Northwood
8- Santa Clarita Christian
9- Glenn
10- Rowland

Division 13:
1- El Monte
2- Orange Vista
3- Alhambra
4- Savanna
5- Granite Hills
6- Adelanto
7- St. Bernard
8- La Puente
9- Estancia
10- Rim of the World

 

 

 

 

 

 

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