How LA Times’ top 25 high school football teams fared Oct. 28

Here’s how the Times’ top 25 high school football teams in Southland fared (games on Friday unless otherwise noted):

Rk. SCHOOL (WL) Result (Playoffs start next week)

1. MATER DEI (10-0) def. Servite, 48-17

2nd ST. JOHN BOSCO (9-1) defeated. Santa Margarita, 56-14

3. CORONA CENTENNIAL (9-1) def. Norco, 42-0 (Thursday)

4. LOS ALAMITOS (8:2) defined. Brunnental, 68-0 (Thursday)

5.LONG BEACH POLY (10-0) def. Long Beach Jordan, 63-0

6. MISSION VIEJO (9-1) def. Capistrano Valley, 63-7

7. EDISON (9-1) def. Corona del Mar, 40-13

8. ORANGE LUTHERAN (6-4) lost to JSerra, 20-7

9. SANTA MARGARITA (5-4) lost to St. John Bosco, 56-14

10. SIERRA CANYON (6-4) def. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 42-21

11. CHAMINADE (8-2) lost to Gardena Serra, 32-23

12.INGLEWOOD (10-0) def. Morningside, 45-0

13. WARREN (8-1) def. Dominguez, 44-0

14. GARDENA SERRA (6-4) def. Chaminade, 32-23

15. JSERRA (5-5) def. Orange Lutherans, 20-7

16. BISHOP AMAT (7-3) def. Bishop Alemany, 36-7

17. YORBA LINDA (10-0) def. Brea Olinda, 56-27

18. OAK HILLS (10-0) v Sultana, 49-34

19. CYPRESS (10-0) def. Crean Lutheran, 42-6 (Thursday)

20. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (8-2) def. Highlands, 34-14

21. CAJON (9-1) def. Redlands East Valley, 49-16 (Thursday)

22. WEST RANCH (10-0) idle

23. OAKS CHRISTIAN (7-3) lost to St Bonaventure, 40-28 (Thursday)

24. APPLE VALLEY (8-2) def. Ridgecrest Burroughs, 56-2 (Thursday)

25. CHARTER OAK (10-0) def. Alta Loma, 42-10 (Thursday)

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Emma Bowman

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