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NCS Division-by-Division Poll

DIVISION I

Team Record Points Last week
1. De La Salle (4) 2-1 40 1
2. California 2-1 36 2
3. Monte Vista 3-0 32 3
4. Pittsburg 2-1 28 4
t5. Foothill 3-0 22 t5
t5. San Ramon Valley 3-0 22 t5
7. Freedom 4-0 16 9
8. Newark Memorial 3-1 8 10
9t. Berkeley 2-1 5 8
9t. San Leandro 0-3 5 7

Others receiving votes: Granada (3-0) 3, Deer Valley (3-0) 2, College Park (2-1) 1 .

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Posted on Monday, September 29th, 2008
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East Bay Football Poll – Revised

Team Record Points Last week
1. De La Salle (10) 2-1 150 1
2. Monte Vista 3-0 134 2
3. California 2-1 131 3
4. San Ramon Valley 3-0 118 4
5. Pittsburg 2-1 113 5
6. Foothill 3-0 96 6
7. Las Lomas 3-1 88 7
8. Freedom 3-0 84 8
9. Bishop O’Dowd 3-0 61 10
10. Encinal 3-0 56 12
t-11. Berkeley 2-1 30 11
t-11. College Park 2-1 30 13
t-11. Newark Memorial 2-1 30 14
14. Deer Valley 3-0 29 15
15. San Leandro 0-3 16 10

Others receiving votes: Miramonte (3-1) 10, Campolindo (4-0) 6, Granada (3-0) 6, Concord (3-0-1) 5, Castlemont (1-1-1) 2.

Note- One more ballot came in a little late. -KB

Posted on Monday, September 29th, 2008
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Monday Morning Punter: Week 4

Another week, another set of games to discuss. Let’s get to it.

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Posted on Monday, September 29th, 2008
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De La Salle vs. Don Bosco Prep-Ramsey (NJ): Live blog

Postgame wrap: Well, it just wasn’t De La Salle’s night. Don Bosco is a ridiculously talented team and I think anyone who has seen the Spartans play multiple times this year will agree that this was the best DLS has looked so far. I’ve got to give all kinds of props to Bosco kicker Patrick Murray, who couldn’t have been too comfortable coming out to try that last-minute FG. It was just a great high school football game with two absolute heavyweights. In the big picture, I think Bellarmine will jump into the No. 1 spot in Division I but I think DLS is still a heavy favorite to reach a bowl game, be it the Open Division or Division I game. I’ll be back Monday with more thoughts and musings. Until then, the final score from Concord is Don Bosco Prep-Ramsey (NJ) 23, De La Salle 21.

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Posted on Saturday, September 27th, 2008
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EBAL recap

Once DLS plays tonight, the non-league schedule is over for all the EBAL teams meaning league is ready to start and all the questions surrounding who is better than who will be answered.

Aside from Livermore, it has been a near-perfect non-league campaign for the league. With Livermore out of the equation, EBAL teams have gone 18-2 so far.

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Posted on Saturday, September 27th, 2008
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HAAL Thoughts

Sorry, I couldn’t muster up the strength to do a reaction to the Friday night games last night. But I am here now, watching college football and ready to give my HAAL team-by-team thoughts before we head into league play.

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Posted on Saturday, September 27th, 2008
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Friday night thoughts from Oakland

Before I head home, I thought I’d check in with just a few thoughts.

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Posted on Friday, September 26th, 2008
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Friday Night Football Scores list — COMPLETE

FRIDAY’S GAMES

  • College Park 47, Antioch 21 (F)
  • Kennedy-Richmond 46, Galileo 0 (F)
  • Elsie Allen 25, Richmond 12, (F)
  • Encinal 20, Monterey 14 (F)
  • Pittsburg 35, Berkeley 12 (F)
  • Freedom 30, West 21 (F)
  • Heritage 57, Dublin 0 (F)
  • Healdsburg 8, Acalanes 7 (F)
  • South S.F. 21, Alhambra 7, (F)
  • Campolindo 21, Skyline 0 (F)
  • Las Lomas 45, Rocklin 41 (F)
  • Clayton Valley 35, Irvington 14 (F)
  • Concord 26, Rio Linda 13 (F)
  • Mt. Diablo 56, Kennedy (Sac.) 12 (F)
  • El Cerrito 28, Lincoln-S.F. 13 (F)
  • Hercules 20, Mission San Jose 0 (F)
  • Pinole Valley 21, Oakland Tech 7 (F)
  • St. Elizabeth 22, Tomales 15 (F)
  • Castlemont 29, Windsor 19 (F)
  • Oakdale 55, McClymonds 0 (F)
  • Milpitas 50, Alameda 7 (F)
  • San Lorenzo 19, Moreau Catholic 10 (F)
  • Ygnacio Valley 14, Hayward 7, (F)
  • Monte Vista 55, Castro Valley 0 (F)
  • Bishop O’Dowd 35, San Rafael 10 (F)
  • Fremont 21, Mt. Eden 7, (F)
  • CSD 28, Potter Valley 19 (F)
  • Deer Valley 13, James Logan 12 (F)
  • Newark Memorial 34, Arroyo 14 (F)
  • Tennyson 20, American 19 (F)
  • Foothill 14, Miramonte 7 (F)
  • California 41, San Leandro 22 (F)
  • San Ramon Valley 40, Washington 28 (F)
  • Granada 24, Vintage-Napa 20 (F)
  • Amador Valley 52, Del Norte 14 (F)
  • Dougherty Valley 20, John Swett 13 (F)
  • Posted on Friday, September 26th, 2008
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    YV without its coach tonight

    Ygnacio Valley will be without coach Josh Davis for tonight’s game at Hayward. Details are sketchy at the moment but Michael Bower of the Hayward Daily Review talked to YV athletic director George Streeter and he confirmed that Davis will not be on the sideline tonight. If I hear something out at tonight’s Pittsburg game, I’ll put it up at halftime.

    Posted on Friday, September 26th, 2008
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    Ygnacio Valley won’t have Head Coach Tonight

    I just got it confirmed from Ygnacio Valley athletic director George Streeter that Warriors’ football coach Josh Davis will not be allowed to coach his squad tonight against Hayward.

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    Posted on Friday, September 26th, 2008
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