CCSF, Mt. SAC, Ventura Still Perfect

Notes on the 2012 official California Community College Football Coaches Association state poll, as compiled by the JC Athletic Bureau.

San Mateo - With only two weeks of regular season play left, 2011 state finalists City College of San Francisco and Mt. San Antonio remain No. 1 and 2 respectively in this week's California Community College Football Coaches Association state poll, conducted by the JC Athletic Bureau.

Both will face strong challenges in their Nov. 10 finales: No. 5 Butte at No. 1 CCSF (the reigning state champs) and No. 4 Riverside at No. 2 Mt. SAC. Meanwhile No. 3 Ventura is the first team to wrap up a spot in the 2012 playoffs -- having clinched the National Northern title -- and closes with last place Pasadena this Saturday. Both the National Southern and the Valley are unsettled -- each with four 1-loss teams at the top.

The Top 25 teams in the JC Athletic Bureau's official California Community College Football Coaches Association State Poll, with first-place votes in brackets, won-loss records, total points (based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote), and preseason ranking. (102912)

Top Southern California games Saturday (Nov. 3):

Top Nov. 10 finales: Riverside at Mt. SAC, Fullerton at Santa Ana, Santa Monica at Antelope Valley.

National Central: Mt. SAC at El Camino, Desert at Riverside, Citrus at Long Beach.

National Northern: Pasadena at Ventura, Bakersfield at Hancock. National Southern: Santa Ana at Palomar, Grossmont at Saddleback, Orange Coast at Fullerton.

American Mountain: Victor Valley at Southwestern, San Bernardino Valley at Mt. San Jacinto. American Pacific: LA Pierce at Santa Monica.

Rk, College, Record, Pts., Pvs.
1. San Francisco [14], 8-0, 489, 1
2. Mt. San Antonio [4], 8-0, 480, 2
3. Ventura [1], 9-0, 460, 3
4. Riverside [1], 7-1, 433, 4
5. Butte, 7-1, 421, 6
6. American River, 6-2, 367, 7
7. Bakersfield, 6-2, 338, 9
8. Fresno, 6-2, 334, 12
9. San Joaquin Delta, 6-2, 328, 5
10. De Anza, 6-2, 318, 11
11. Citrus, 6-2, 296, 13
12. San Mateo, 5-3, 277, 8
13. Santa Ana, 6-2, 227, 17
14. Siskiyous, 8-1, 223, 16
15. Allan Hancock, 5-3, 190, 14
16. Grossmont, 5-3, 176, 10
17. Southwestern, 7-1, 159, 22
18. Mt. San Jacinto, 7-1, 152, 15
19. Los Angeles Harbor, 5-4, 128, 20
20. Saddleback, 4-4, 112, 25
21. Los Angeles Pierce, 7-1, 96, NR
22. Cerritos, 4-4, 90, 19
23. Modesto, 4-4, 74, 18
24. Santa Monica, 7-1, 71, NR
25. Fullerton, 4-4, 50, NR

Others included:

Sierra (4-4), Diablo Valley (4-4), Palomar (3-5), Sacramento (5-3), Chabot (4-4), Sequoias (4-4), Contra Costa (5-3), San Bernardino Valley (5-3), Hartnell (5-3)

Pvs. = Previous Rank