Final top 25 for 2017 – Orange County Register

The Register’s final Orange County football top 25 for 2017.

FINAL O.C. TOP 25 POLL

(The poll voters are 10 members of the media)

1. Mater Dei 14-0 (250 poll points)

Monarchs beat St. John Bosco in CIF-SS Division 1 championship game, will play De La Salle in CIF State Open Division championship, are living up to No. 1 ranking in the nation..

2. Mission Viejo 12-1 (240)

Diablos won South Coast League championship, advanced to semifinals in CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs, went 3-1 against Trinity League teams.

3. Santa Margarita 7-4 (229)

Eagles finished third in Trinity League, lost to Murrieta Valley in first round of Division 1 playoffs.

4. JSerra 7-4 (219)

Lions finished fourth in Trinity League, lost to Long Beach Poly in first round of Division 1 playoffs.

5. Servite 6-5 (209)

Friars finished fifth in Trinity League, lost to Mission Viejo in Division 1 first round.

6. Orange Lutheran 6-6 (202)

Lancers finished sixth in six-team Trinity League, defeated Chaminade in first round of Division 1 playoffs, lost to Mission Viejo in second round.

7. San Clemente 9-2 (192)

Tritons finished second in South Coast League, lost to Rancho Cucamonga in Division 1 first round.

8. Capistrano Valley 12-1 (171)

The Sea View League champions advanced to Division 4 semifinals.

9. Corona del Mar 10-2 (162)

Sea Kings won Pacific Coast League title again, lost to Downey in Division 4 second round.

10. Edison 8-4 (156)

Chargers finished second in Sunset League, beat La Habra in Division 2 first round, lost to Oaks Christian in second round.

11. Los Alamitos 7-4 (146)

Griffins won Sunset League title, were eliminated by Norco in Division 2 first round.

12. La Habra 7-4 (145)

The Freeway League champions were eliminated by Edison in first round of Division 2 playoffs, other on-field losses were to Mission Viejo and Upland.

13. El Toro 8-5 (137)

Chargers finished second in Sea View League, advanced to the Division 3 semifinals.

14. Villa Park 9-2 (113)

Crestview League champion Spartans lost to El Toro by five points in Division 3 first round; other loss was to Servite.

15. Tesoro 5-6 (103)

Titans finished third in five-team South Coast League, had wins over Los Alamitos and San Juan Hills, eliminated by Upland in Division 2 first round.

16. El Modena 12-2 (99)

Vanguards won Division 7 championship, will play at home Saturday against Steel Canyon in SoCal regional 3-A playoffs.

17. San Juan Hills 6-6 (88)

Stallions finished fourth in five-team South Coast League, advanced to…

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