Week 8 football rankings: Who sits at No. 1?

LARGE SCHOOLS

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1. Windsor (7-0): Aren’t homecoming games supposed to be easy? Rancho comes to town Friday

2. Analy (6-1): Tigers continue to torment the rest of the SCL — 67 points vs. Healdsburg

3. Cardinal Newman (4-3): Three wins in four games have Cardinals rolling toward finale vs. Windsor

4. Rancho Cotate (4-3): Cougars try to bounce back after four-game win streak ended at Maria Carrillo

5. Montgomery (3-4): Vikings turn loose QB R.J. Flores and he burns Ukiah for six touchdown passes

Others receiving votes: Petaluma, Maria Carrillo

SMALL SCHOOLS

1. St. Helena (7-0): Saints hold off Clear Lake but were they looking ahead to Friday at Fort Bragg?

2. Middletown (5-2): Mustangs punished a good Kelseyville team to stay within a game of St. Helena

3. Cloverdale (5-2): Eagles head to Middletown on Friday riding a two-game winning streak

4. Fort Bragg (5-2): High-scoring Timberwolves averaging 33.5 points per game against NCL I opponents

5. St. Vincent (3-4): After 0-4 start, Mustangs outscore three NCL II opponents 162-19

Others receiving votes: Anderson Valley

  • Michael Pollard

    Congratulations to fort bragg high school varsity football program! They reached a great milestone in the rebuilding by shutting down St. Helenas powerful running and throwing QB. It was a great display of passing by one of the best young quarterbacks and athletic receivers around. Controlled the ball, very few mistakes. As FB gels as sophomores and juniors gain confidence and the seniors dominate the protection for Sullivan with a little luck the can go as far as 35 pts per game will get them.

  • Michael Pollard

    fort bragg st helena game of the year in fort bragg for ncl I,II,III. friday night, come watch, the food is good, the stadium will be rockin and both teams are really good solid teams.
    fb wins 28-14