PD Preps Football Rankings: Week 1

WEEK 1

LARGE SCHOOLS

t1. Analy (1-0)

Served notice as one of Bay Area’s best with dominant win over Casa Grande

t1. Cardinal Newman (1-0)

Running quarterback Jordon Brookshire makes Cardinals dangerous

3. Windsor (1-0)

Jaguars keep momentum going from last season’s strong finish

4. Rancho Cotate (0-0)

Strong non-league schedule indicates Cougars mean business

5. Maria Carrillo (1-0)

Pumas stand tall against Redwood Giants; opening win a good start

Others receiving votes: 
Casa Grande (0-1), Montgomery (0-1)

SMALL SCHOOLS

1. Middletown (0-0)
Perennial section playoff team opens its season Friday against Salesian

2. Cloverdale (1-0)

Eagles off to flying start with 35-0 shutout victory against Calistoga in Week 1

3. Tomales (1-0)

Braves just keep winning, racing to 41-12 blowout against Hoopa Valley

4. Mendocino (1-0)
Cardinals make it 20 consecutive wins with easy 44-6 victory against Round Valley

5. St. Helena (0-0)

Coming off 9-3 season in 2013, Saints open 2014 campaign Friday at Healdsburg

Others receiving votes
: Clear Lake (1-0), St. Vincent (0-1), 
Fort Bragg (0-1)

The PD Preps weekly football rankings are voted on by The Press Democrat sports staff.
WEEK 1
LARGE SCHOOLS
t1. Analy (1-0)
Served notice as one of Bay Area’s best with dominant win over Casa Grande
t1. Cardinal Newman (1-0)
Running quarterback Jordon Brookshire makes Cardinals dangerous
3. Windsor (1-0)
Jaguars keep momentum going from last season’s strong finish
4. Rancho Cotate (0-0)
Strong non-league schedule indicates Cougars mean business
5. Maria Carrillo (1-0)
Pumas stand tall against Redwood Giants; opening win a good start
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES
Casa Grande (0-1), Montgomery (0-1)
SMALL SCHOOLS
1. Middletown (0-0)
Perennial section playoff team opens its season Friday against Salesian
2. Cloverdale (1-0)
Eagles off to flying start with 35-0 shutout victory against Calistoga in Week 1
3. Tomales (1-0)
Braves just keep winning, racing to 41-12 blowout against Hoopa Valley
4. Mendocino (1-0)
Cardinals make it 20 consecutive wins with easy 44-6 victory against Round Valley
5. St. Helena (0-0)
Coming off 9-3 season in 2013, Saints open 2014 campaign Friday at Healdsburg
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES
Clear Lake (1-0), St. Vincent (0-1), 
Fort Bragg (0-1)