Clovis News: Sports

Week 7 Top 20

1. Buchanan (6-0) Next: vs. Clovis West (2-4), Friday

2. Bullard (6-0) Next: at Reedley (5-1), Friday

3. Tulare (6-0) Next: vs. Porterville (4-2), Thursday

4. Stockdale (5-1) Next: at Ridgeview (5-2), Friday

5. Edison (4-2) Next: vs. Sanger (2-4), Thursday

6. Central (4-2) Next: vs. Clovis East (3-3), Friday

7. Memorial (5-1) Next: at Madera South (0-6), Friday

8. Clovis West (2-4) Next: at Buchanan (6-0), Friday

9. Liberty-Bakersfield (3-3) Next: at Golden Valley (2-4), Friday

10. Bakersfield (4-2) Next: vs. Foothill (1-5), Friday

11. Centennial (5-1) Next: at West (3-3), Friday

12. El Diamante (5-1) Next: vs. Hanford West (2-5), Friday

13. Kingsburg (6-0) Next: at CVC (3-3), Friday

14. Hoover (5-1) Next: vs. Clovis North (4-2), Friday

15. Frontier (6-0) Next: vs. Highland (2-5), Friday

16. Clovis East (3-3) Next: at Central (4-2), Friday

17. Clovis North (4-2) Next: at Hoover (5-2), Friday

18. Taft (5-1) Next: at Wasco (4-2), Friday

19. Mt. Whitney (4-2) Next: vs. Lemoore (1-5), Thursday

20. Tehachapi (5-1) Next: vs. Bakersfield Christian (2-4), Friday

DIVISIONAL RANKINGS

D-I

1. Buchanan; 2. Bullard; 3. Stockdale

D-II

1. Tulare; 2. Edison; 3. Memorial

D-III

1. Clovis North; 2. Tehachapi; 3. Porterville (4-2)

D-IV

1. Kingsburg; 2. Washington (4-2); 3. Kerman (5-1)

D-V

1. Corcoran (4-2); 2. Caruthers (5-1); 3. Lindsay (5-2)

D-VI

1. Strathmore (5-1); 2. Tranquillity (5-2); 3. Farmersville (3-3)

THE BUZZ

A year after Tulare's James Guerrero finished among the state leaders in passing efficiency, highlighted by a 33-to-3 touchdown pass-to-interception ratio, his successor, Trevor Jones, is the apparent state leader. In his first season with the Redskins after transferring from Mt. Whitney, the senior has chased perfection, completing 76% of his attempts for 1,219 yards and 17 touchdowns, without an interception. Also packing a 3.8 grade-point average, Jones is attracting attention from all the service academies (Army, Navy, Air Force) and their triple-option offenses.

One of the most impressive streaks in Central Section football - 13 consecutive seasons of winning records by Sanger - is in jeopardy. The Apaches (2-4) will close the County/Metro Athletic Conference against No. 5 Edison, No. 2 Bullard, No. 17 Clovis North and once-ranked Reedley.

Centennial's Cody Kessler, of the section's top quarterbacks, is out indefinitely with a high ankle sprain. Without him, the Golden Hawks popped Myron Moore for 200 yards rushing and four touchdowns in a 48-6 rout of South.

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