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Undefeated Fullerton (National), LA Valley (American) lead respective divisions in second CCCAA regional rankings

Undefeated Fullerton (National), LA Valley (American) lead respective divisions in second CCCAA regional rankings

CCCAA/CCCFCA Regional State Football Poll

Thanks to impressive wins over the past weekend, Fullerton (National) and Los Angeles Valley (American) lead their respective divisions in the second California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA)/California Community Colleges Football Coaches Association (CCCFCA) Regional State Football Poll of the 2017 season.

No. 1 Fullerton jumped out to a 21-0 lead over previous No. 2 Mt. San Antonio on Saturday before cruising to a 49-23 victory at home. The Hornets received all six first-place votes on their way to 90 points to retain the top spot in the National poll.

With 4-0 records, Saddleback (83 points) and Riverside City (77 points) round out the top-three. Mt. SAC (3-1) dropped to No. 4 with 68 points, followed by Canyons (3-1, 67 pts.) at the No. 5 position.  

Big Week 5 match ups in the National Division this week include No. 2 Saddleback at No. 9 Ventura (2-2) and No. 6 El Camino (3-1) at No. 7 Bakersfield (3-1) while Fullerton travels to No. 15 Moorpark (1-3).

LA Valley is the last unbeaten team in the American Division and is coming off a 33-0 shutout at Glendale. The Monarchs picked up all six first-place votes to earn 90 points.  LA Valley, currently riding a 19-game winning streak, is at No. 8 Victor Valley (3-1) this Saturday.

The rest of the top five in the American includes Allan Hancock (3-1, 78 pts.) at No. 2, Santa Barbara (3-1, 76 pts.) in the third spot, San Diego Mesa (3-1, 66 pts.) at No. 4, and Southwestern (2-2, 62 pts.) in the five spot.

Other Week 5 ranked matchups in the American include Allan Hancock at No. 9 San Bernardino Valley (2-2) and Santa Barbara at No. 6 Desert (2-2).

The 2017 California Community College Football Poll is a service of the California Community College Athletic Association and the California Community Colleges Football Coaches Association. The poll is recognized as the official regional state ranking and will be used for selection of post-season and bowl game participants.