This will be our fifth and final Southeast Tracking Poll and it will remain up until Friday morning. On Friday at 10:AM it will be replaced by a Mid-Valley Football Daily Tracking Poll. It will run five working days and then be replaced by a Northwest poll.
The Southeast Daily Tracking Poll will return for five days in July.
As always it is up to you where your team goes from here. Leave a comment, send a tweet, message on FB, or drop a line through email. The more we learn about your team, the more they move up.
(numbers after school represent accumulated points.)
1.) (6/5:#1) West Covina Bulldogs (179): Three-peat… Who is going to prevent it?
2.) (6/5:#2) Crescenta Valley Falcons (160): What a great start to summer for the Falcons…From nowhere to somewhere and in the discussion for top spot in the Pacific.
3.) (6/5:#3) La Mirada Matadores (133): Grita, fuerte, victoria alcen todos las voz!
4.) (6/5:#4) Bonita Bearcats (89): Own second place in the Hacienda.
5.) (6/5:#5.) Dominguez Dons (66): Is this too high for the Dons? Hearing rumblings we could be way off.
6.) (6/5:#7) Arcadia Apaches (65): Somebody needs to bring Zan Williams back from Florida.
7.) (6/5:#6.) La Serna Lancers (63): Frankie Palmer…a year older, wiser, stronger…Is it enough to get by the Chiefs?
8.) (6/5:#8) Mayfair Monsoons (50): Monsoon faithful responds better when they are picked on. Okay, Mayfair will go 0-10 in 2012.
9.) (6/5:#9) Muir Mustangs (50): Darrick Holmes gone…Farewell and adieu to the Pacific in 2012…
10.) (6/5:#11) Norwalk Lancers (40): The Lancers have hung around the top ten all week…Faithful petitioning to change name to Norrun Lancers.
11.) (6/5:#12) Pasadena Bulldogs (34): Bulldogs have been climbing all week. Note to Freddie Barnes: Protect your quarterback.
12.) (6/5:#13) Los Altos Conquerors (32): Is there enough talent coming through Kwis and Newton to allow LA to sustain last season’s great run?
13.) (6/5:#10) Santa Fe Chiefs (31): Dropped three spots…Where is the fan base…Probably the hardest, toughest fan base around. These folks know pain.
14.) (6/5:#17) Diamond Bar Brahmas (30): Looking at third place in the Hacienda.
15.) (6/5:#14) Gahr Gladiators (29): First place or third place…don’t know for sure where these guys are going to land.
16.) (6/5:#15) El Rancho Dons (28): New HC Vinnie Lopez needs to get off to a fast start to keep the complainers off his back.
17.) (6/5:#18) Burroughs Indians (26): MVS’s Joe T. will buy Knoop lunch at South Street if Indians win the Pacific.
18.) (6/5:#23) Burbank Bulldogs (26): MVS’s Joe T. will buy Valencia lunch at Coral Cafe if Bank gets him solid gear.
19.) (6/5:#16) Bellflower Buccaneers (25): For a team with talent, the community is silent.
20.) (6/5:#21) Diamond Ranch Panthers (24): Some believe they could “pull something” against West Covina.
21.) (6/5:#19) Paramount Pirates (23): These guys could win wide open SGV League.
22.) (6/5:#20) California Condors (23): Arnold disappointed team has finished in Top 25.
23.) (6/5:#24) Glendale Nitros (17): If ever a door was open it is now…Not a league title, but a playoff appearance.
24.) (6/5:#22) Downey Vikings (15): Yeah, its okay for them to dream about post-season.
25.) (6/5:UR) Rowland Raiders (10): Hello Raiders…Welcome to the Top 25…
Others: Whittier (9), Walnut (8), Lynwood (4), Warren (7), Pioneer (6), Hoover (7), Glenn (1), Artesia (4), Cerritos (8).
Mid-Valley Football Daily Tracking Poll debuts Friday morning.
The official Mid Valley Sports Top 25s will come out August 1st.