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January 3, 2014

CaliforniaPreps Final Football Top 10

The 2013 football season in Southern California is complete and the team that started the year at number 1 in the Californiapreps.com top ten has finished on top, St. John Bosco. The Braves were led by Jaleel Wadood and finished 16-0.

Californiapreps.com Final Top Ten Rankings
  • 1. St. John Bosco (16-0) Trinity League, Pac-5, and Open Division Champions.
    UCLA bound safety
    Jaleel Wadood led a loaded Brave team (that has Division 1 players at every level) on both sides of the ball to an undefeated record breaking season .

  • 2. Chaminade (14-2) Western Division and Division 2 Champions.
    The Eagles, led by Miami bound quarterback Brad Kaaya, played their best in December as they avenged 2 regular season losses in the month and won CIF and State.

  • 3. Corona Centennial (12-3) Big-8 League, Inland Division Champions.
    Matt Logan's Huskies challenged St. John Bosco for a half in the Open Division regional game. Cal bound running back Tre Watson rushed for 3,734 yards and 50 touchdowns and placed himself in the Riverside County and Centennial best running back discussion.

  • 4. Serra (13-1) Western Division Champions.
    The Cavs lost on a late field goal to 2nd ranked Chaminade in the Western Division Championship. 5 star do-it-all Adoree' Jackson will have a ridiculous highlight tape with the amazing plays he made on both sides of the ball this season.

  • 5. Mater Dei (11-3)
    Bruce Rollinson's Monarchs had a tremendous season, making it to the Pac-5 final. Justin Allen and a powerful running game were the key for Mater Dei, as they won all of the games he played in except for the last one.

  • 6. Long Beach Poly (11-2)
    The Moore League Champion Jackrabbits ran into a hot Mater Dei team in the Pac-5 semifinal. Poly had success behind a power running game and 5 star John "JuJu" Smith, who along with Jackson was the best 2-way player in Southern California. He can excel on both sides of the ball at the college of his choice.

  • 7. Vista Murrieta (12-2) Southwestern League Champions
    Coltin Gerhart developed enough in his first year at quarterback at Vista to where Arizona State wants him at QB and not safety. Oklahoma commit Curtis Bolton was a menace on the defensive line.

  • 8. Alemany (10-3) Serra League Champions.
    The transition of Alif Grayes from wide receiver to quarterback could not have gone much better for the Warriors.Graves and Cal bound linebacker/safety Quentin Tartabull each had strong senior seasons.

  • 9. Hart (12-3) Northern Division Champions.
    Hart overcame a 2-game Foothill League losing streak to beat rival Valencia in the Championship. Senior running back Connor Wingenroth was the key on the ground, complementing a prolific Indian passing attack.

  • 10. Mission Viejo (11-1)
    The South Coast League Champions had a terrific regular season going 10-0. However, they ran into a Mater Dei team that was peaking at the right time of the year. San Jose State bound quarterback Ian Fieber led the Diablos on offense and Colorado defensive end Michael Mathewes did on defense.


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