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Week 8 Top 20

1. Buchanan (7-0) Next: at Clovis (3-4), Friday

2. Bullard (7-0) Next: at Sanger (3-4), Friday

3. Stockdale (6-1) Next: vs. North (1-6), Friday

4. Tulare (7-0) Next: at Delano (6-1), Friday

5. Central (5-2) Next: at Madera (4-3), Thursday

6. Memorial (6-1) Next: at Roosevelt (4-3), Friday

7. Liberty-Bakersfield (4-3) Next: vs. East (3-4), Friday

8. Bakersfield (5-2) Next: vs. Golden Valley (2-5), Friday

9. Clovis West (2-5) Next: vs. Clovis East (3-4), Friday

10. Edison (4-3) Next: at Hoover (6-1), Friday

11. El Diamante (6-1) Next: at Redwood (3-4), Friday

12. Kingsburg (7-0) Next: vs. Kerman (5-2), Friday

13. Hoover (6-1) Next: vs. Edison (4-3), Friday

14. Frontier (7-0) Next: vs. South (5-2), Friday

15. Clovis East (3-4) Next: at Clovis West (2-5), Friday

16. West (4-3) Next: at Garces (4-3), Friday

17. Centennial (5-2) Next: vs. Ridgeview (5-3), Friday

18. Clovis (3-4) Next: vs. Buchanan (7-0), Friday

19. Sanger (3-4) Next: vs. Bullard (7-0), Friday

20. Reedley (5-2) Next: at Clovis North (4-3), Friday

DIVISIONAL RANKINGS

D-I

1. Buchanan; 2. Bullard; 3. Stockdale

D-II

1. Tulare; 2. Memorial; 3. Edison

D-III

1. Clovis North (4-3); 2. Tehachapi (6-1); 3. Ridgeview (5-3)

D-IV

1. Kingsburg; 2. Washington (5-2); 3. Taft (6-1)

D-V

1. Corcoran (4-2); 2. Caruthers (6-1); 3. Lindsay (6-2)

D-VI

1. Strathmore (5-2); 2. Tranquillity (5-2); 3. Farmersville (4-3)

THE BUZZ

Edison running back/safety Tevin McDonald, sidelined for the last three quarters of a 21-19 loss to Sanger with a sprained ankle, said he will miss Friday's County/Metro Athletic Conference showdown against Hoover. He said he hopes to play the following week in yet another CMAC biggie, against Bullard.

Hoover's Eric Kendricks returned an interception for a touchdown against Clovis North a week after his brother, Mychal, did the same for Cal against UCLA. Eric Kendricks, who rushed for 163 yards and scored five touchdowns in the 37-19 win over the Broncos, is being heavily recruited - Cal included. But he's not bent on completing a domestic deal at Berkeley: "I don't have to follow big brother; I'll do my own thing."

Stockdale has progressively climbed in The Bee's top 20 rankings. The Mustangs have lost only to Bakersfield (32-31) in a game they led by 10 points in the fourth quarter. Operating a wing-T offense under coach Mike Snow, Stockdale is averaging 308 yards a game rushing. And its defense features linebacker Isaiah Turner, who helped power the Mustangs to the D-I title in baseball last spring.

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