Murrieta Mesa Continues to Climb in Coaches Poll

While there was some minor movement within the Top 10, the same ten teams made the list in this week’s coaches’ poll. El Toro and Servite traded positions with the Chargers now at No. 7 and the the Friars slipping to No. 8. Other than that there was no movement within the Top 10. Murrieta Mesa in its third year as a CIF program continued their climb up the ladder by moving from No. 12 to No. 11.

Edison lost two league games to fall to No. 14 after climbing to a program-high No. 11 last week. The Chargers’ slip made room for Trabuco Hills and Beckman to each move up a rung to Nos. 12 and 13, respectively. Despite beating Edison last week Los Alamitos is still ranked No. 15. Santiago is holding the final playoff position at No. 16.

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