2014: Oceanside Gains With Cal-Hi Sports

Rest not only can cure what ails you but can help in the rankings.

Oceanside and Mission Hills, idle last week as they ramped up for this week’s battle of the Highway 78 corridor, each was elevated in Cal-Hi Sports’ weekly State Top 25.

Oceanside moved from eighth to seventh and was positioned at fifth in the South Division I ratings.

Mission Hills went from 13th to 11th.  Cathedral and Helix more or less enjoyed “On the Bubble” status.

El Capitan ranks first in DIII South and Christian is first in DIV South.

Cal-Hi’s First 20:

Team Record Section Last
1. Bellflower St. John Bosco 4-1 Southern 1
2. Concord De La Salle 6-0 North Coast 2
 3. Santa Ana Mater Dei 5-0 Southern 3
 4. Folsom 6-0 Sac-Joaquin 4
 5. Mission Hills Alemany 5-0 Southern 5
6. Corona Centennial 3-2 Southern 7
 7. Oceanside 5-0 San Diego 8
 8. Anaheim Servite 3-2 Southern 10
 9. San Juan Capistrano JSerra 5-0 Southern 11
 10. Long Beach Poly 5-1 Southern 12
 11. Mission Hills 4-1 San Diego 13
 12. Orange Lutheran 4-1 Southern 14
 13. Sacramento Grant 5-0 Sac-Joaquin 15
 14. West Hills Chaminade 5-1 Southern 6
 15. Fresno Edison 5-0 Central 18
 16. Bakersfield 4-1 Central 20
 17. Santa Margarita 4-1 Southern 17
 18. Westlake 3-2 Southern 16
 19. Pleasanton Foothill 5-0 North Coast 21
 20. Encino Crespi 5-0 Southern 23

Although this week’s matchup is nonleague, the game has season-long implications.

The Avocado West Pirates are hoping for high seeds in San Diego Section and Southern California postseason events.

A loss will severely damage Oceanside’s chances and a loss will essentially end any postseason hope beyond the San Diego Section for Mission Hills.

Clear the Decks.

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