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This week's CCCFCA, JCFootball polls

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CCCFCA Southern California poll
College Rec. Previous
1. Mt. San Antonio (8-0) 1
2. Ventura (9-0) 2
3. Riverside (7-1) 3
4. Bakersfield (6-2) 4
5. Citrus (6-2) 5
6. Santa Ana (6-2) 7
7. Hancock (5-3) 8
8. Grossmont (5-3) 6
9. L.A. Harbor (5-4) 10
10. Saddleback (4-4) 12
11. Fullerton (4-4) 13
12. Southwestern (7-1) 14
13. Cerritos (4-4) 9
14. Mt. San Jacinto (7-1) 11
15. Santa Monica (7-1) 18
16. L.A. Pierce (7-1) 19
17. Antelope Valley (6-2) 16
18. Palomar (3-5) 15
19. Canyons (3-5) NR
20. San Bernardino (5-3) NR
Others: Orange Coast (3-6), El Camino (2-7).

CCCFCA State poll
College Rec. Previous
1. City College San Francisco (8-0) 1
2. Mt. San Antonio (8-0) 2
3. Ventura (9-0) 3
4. Riverside (7-1) 4
5. Butte (7-1) 6
6. American River (6-2) 7
7. Bakersfield (6-2) 9
8. Fresno (6-2) 12
9. San Joaquin Delta (6-2) 5
10. DeAnza (6-2) 11
11. Citrus (6-2) 13
12. San Mateo (5-3) 11
13. Santa Ana (6-2) 17
14. Siskiyous (8-1) 16
15. Hancock (5-3) 14
16. Grossmont (5-3) 10
17. Southwestern (7-1) 22
18. Mt. San Jacinto (7-1) 15
19. L.A. Harbor (5-4) 20
20. Saddleback (4-4) 25
21. LA Pierce (7-1) NR
22. Cerritos (4-4) 19
23. Modesto (4-4) 18
24. Santa Monica (7-1) NR
25. Fullerton (4-4) NR
Others: Sierra (4-4), Diablo Valley (4-4), Palomar (4-4), Sacramento (5-3), Chabot (4-4), Sequoias (4-4), Contra Costa (5-3), San Bernardino Valley (5-3), Hartnell (5-3).

JC Grid-wire/JCFootball.com national poll
College Rec. Previous
1. Iowa Western (9-0) 2
2. Butler, Kan. (9-0) 3
3. Ventura (9-0) 5
4. C.C. San Francisco (8-0) 5
5. Mt. San Antonio (8-0) 6
6. East Mississippi (8-1) 1
7. Riverside (7-1) 7
8. Miss. Gulf Coast (8-1) 11
9. N.W. Miss (7-1) 13
10. NE Oklahoma A&M (8-1) 14
11. Butte (7-1) 15
12. Snow, Utah (8-1) 17
13. Kilgore, Tex. (8-1) 19
14. Arizona Western (6-1) 8
15. Navarro, Tex. (7-2) 10
16. Bakersfield (6-2) 16
17. Fresno (6-2) 20
18. DeAnza (6-2) 21
19. Hutchinson, Kan. (7-2) 9
20. San Joaquin Delta (6-2) 12
21. Nassau (9-0) 23
22. College of San Mateo (5-3), 18
23. ASA, N.Y. (8-0) 22
24. Citrus (6-2) 25
25. American River (6-2) NR
Others: Glendale (Az.), Copiah-Lincoln, Santa Ana, Siskiyous, Southwestern, Mt. San Jacinto.

This week's CCCFCA, JCFootball polls

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Ventura College moves up to No. 3 in the state and No. 4 in the nation this week.

CCCFCA Southern California poll
College Rec. Previous
1. Mt. San Antonio (7-0) 1
2. Ventura (8-0) 2
3. Riverside (7-1) 3
4. Bakersfield (5-2) 5
5. Citrus (5-2) 4
6. Grossmont (5-2) 6
7. Santa Ana (6-2) 8
8. Hancock (5-2) 9
9. Cerritos (4-3) 7
10. L.A. Harbor (4-4) 12
11. Mt. San Jacinto (7-0) 14
12. Saddleback (3-4) 15
13. Fullerton (3-4) 17
14. Southwestern (6-1) 13
15. Palomar (3-4) 10
16. Antelope Valley (6-1) 176
17. Desert (3-4) NR
18. Santa Monica (6-1) 18
19. L.A. Pierce (6-1) 20
20. Orange Coast (3-5) 14
Others: Canyons (2-5), El Camino (2-6), San Bernardino Valley (4-3).

CCCFCA State poll
College Rec. Previous
1. City College San Francisco (7-0) 1
2. Mt. San Antonio (7-0) 2
3. Ventura (8-0) 4
4. Riverside (7-1) 5
5. San Joaquin Delta (6-1) 7
6. Butte (6-1) 3
7. American River (5-2) 13
8. San Mateo (5-2) 8
9. Bakersfield (5-2) 11
10. Grossmont (5-2) 10
11. DeAnza (5-2) 17
12. Fresno (5-2) 6
13. Citrus (5-2) 9
14. Hancock (5-2) 15
15. Mt. San Jacinto (7-0) 16
16. Siskiyous (7-1) 18
17. Santa Ana (6-2) 20
18. Modesto (4-3) 12
19. Cerritos (4-3) 14
20. L.A. Harbor (4-4) 22
21. Antelope Valley (6-1) 23
22. Southwestern (6-1) 24
23. Diablo Valley (4-3) 25
24. Sequoias (4-3) 19
25. Saddleback (3-4) NR
Others: Fullerton (3-4), Palomar (3-4), L.A. Pierce (6-1), Santa Monica (6-1), Sacramento (5-3), Santa Rosa (3-4), Chabot (3-4), Sierra (3-4), Foothill (3-4).

JC Grid-wire/JCFootball.com national poll
College Rec. Previous
1. East Mississippi (8-0) 1
2. Iowa Western (8-0) 2
3. Butler, Kan. (8-0) 3
4. Ventura (8-0) 5
5. C.C. San Francisco (7-0) 4
6. Mt. San Antonio (7-0) 6
7. Riverside (7-1) 7
8. Arizona Western (6-0) 9
9. Hutchinson, Kan. (7-1) 10
10. Navarro, Tex. (7-1) 12
11. Miss. Gulf Coast (7-1) 13
12. San Joaquin Delta (6-1) 14
13. N.W. Miss (6-1) 11
14. NE Oklahoma A&M (7-1) 18
15. Butte (6-1) 8
16. Bakersfield (5-2) 19
17. Snow, Utah (7-1) 20
18. College of San Mateo (5-2), 17
19. Kilgore, Tex. (7-1) 21
20. Fresno (5-2) 15
21. DeAnza (5-2) 23
22. ASA, N.Y. (8-0) 22
23. Nassau (8-0) 24
24. Jones Co., Miss (6-2), 25
25. Citrus (5-2) NR
Others: Glendale (Az.), Santa Ana, Siskiyous, American River, Cerritos, Hancock, Mt. San Jacinto.

This week's CC football polls

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The Ventura College football team is ranked No. 2 in the region and No. 4 in the state in the CCCFBCA polls, but it rose one spot to No. 5 in JCFootball.com's national poll, leapfrogging five-time defending SoCal champ Mt. SAC.

CCCFCA Southern California poll
College Rec. Previous
1. Mt. San Antonio (7-0) 1
2. Ventura (7-0) 2
3. Riverside (6-1) 3
4. Citrus (5-1) 8
5. Bakersfield (4-2) 5
6. Grossmont (5-2) 4
7. Cerritos (4-2) 12
8. Santa Ana (5-2) 11
9. Hancock (4-2) 6
10. Palomar (3-3) 9
11. Mt. San Jacinto (6-0) 14
12. L.A. Harbor (4-2) 6
13. Southwestern (5-1) 15
14. Orange Coast (3-4) 10
15. Saddleback (2-4) 19
16. Antelope Valley (5-1) 17t
17. Fullerton (2-4) 13
18. Santa Monica (5-1) 20
19. El Camino (2-5) 17t
20. L.A. Pierce (5-1) NR
Others: Desert (2-4), Canyons (2-5), Golden West (2-5).

CCCFCA State poll
College Rec. Previous
1. City College San Francisco (6-0) 1
2. Mt. San Antonio (7-0) 2
3. Butte (6-0) 3
4. Ventura (7-0) 4
5. Riverside (6-1) 5
6. Fresno (5-1) 6
7. San Joaquin Delta (5-1) 8
8. San Mateo (5-1) 9
9. Citrus (5-1) 18
10. Grossmont (5-2) 10
11. Bakersfield (4-2) 16
12. Modesto (4-2) 14
13. American River (4-2) 11
14. Cerritos (4-2) 23
15. Hancock (4-2) 11
16. Mt. San Jacinto (6-0) 15
17. DeAnza (4-2) 13
18. Siskiyous (6-1) 20
19. Sequoias (4-2) 12
20. Santa Ana (5-2) 25
21. Palomar (3-3) 19
22. L.A. Harbor (3-4) 17
23. Antelope Valley (5-1) 22
24. Southwestern (5-1) NR
25. Diablo Valley (4-3) NR
Others: Foothill (3-3), Orange Coast (3-4), Saddleback (2-4), Santa Monica (5-1), L.A. Pierce (5-1), Santa Rosa (2-4), Sacramento (4-3), Feather River (3-3.

JC Grid-wire/JCFootball.com national poll
College Rec. Previous
1. East Mississippi (7-0) 1
2. Iowa Western (7-0) 2
3. Butler, Kan. (7-0) 5
4. C.C. San Francisco (6-0) 3
5. Ventura (7-0) 6
6. Mt. San Antonio (7-0) 4
7. Riverside (6-1) 7
8. Butte (6-0) 8
9. Arizona Western (5-0) 9
10. Hutchinson, Kan. (6-1) 10
11. N.W. Miss (6-0) 12
12. Navarro, Tex. (6-1) 13
13. Miss. Gulf Coast (6-1) 15
14. San Joaquin Delta (5-1) 16
15. Fresno (5-1) 17
16. Copiah-Lincoln (6-1) 18
17. College of San Mateo (5-1), 19
18. NE Oklahoma A&M (6-1) 23
19. Bakersfield (4-2) 21
20. Snow (6-1) 22
21. Kilgore, Tex. (6-1) 11
22. ASA (7-0) 25
23. DeAnza (4-2) 20
24. Nassau (7-0) NR
25. Cerritos (4-2) NR
Others: Citrus, Coffeyville, Glendale (Az.), Santa Ana, Siskiyous, Diablo Valley, American River.

This week's polls

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The first-place Ventura College football team (6-0) stayed steady this week at No. 2 in Southern California, No. 4 in the state and No. 6 in the JCFootball.com national poll.

Last week's impressive display rocketed the first-place Oxnard College men's soccer team (9-2-1) up to No. 3 in Southern California and No. 5 in the state. The Condors, who haven't conceded in its last nine hours of WSC play, held steady at No. 14 in the NSCAA national coaches' poll.

The Moorpark College women's cross country team, which finished second in Friday's WSC Preview meet, is ranked No. 3 in Southern California. Ventura is No. 12.

This week's JCFootball.com national poll

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Ventura College moves up one slot to No. 9 in this week's JCFootball.com national poll.

JC Grid-wire/JCFootball.com national poll
College Rec. Previous
1. East Mississippi (3-0) 1
2. Mt. San Antonio (3-0) 2
3. C.C. San Francisco (3-0) 3
4. Iowa Western (4-0) 4
5. Butler, Kan. (4-0) 5
6. Arizona Western (2-0) 6
7. Navarro, Tex. (3-0) 7
8. Miss. Gulf Coast (3-0) 8
9. Ventura (3-0) 10
10. Riverside (2-1) 11
11. Hutchinson, Kan. (3-1) 13
12. San Mateo (3-0) 15
13. American River (3-0) 16
14. Fresno (3-0) 14
15. Butte (3-0) 17
16. N.W. Miss (2-0) 23
17. San Joaquin Delta (3-0) NR
18. Palomar (2-1) 21
19. Itawamba, Miss. (3-0) 25
20. Saddleback (1-2) 9
21. L.A. Harbor (2-1) 19
22. NE Oklahoma A&M (3-0) NR
23. Kilgore, Tex. (3-0) NR
24. Citrus (3-0) NR
25. Hinds, Miss. (2-1) 18
Others: New Mexico Military, Georgia Military, Copiah-Lincoln (Miss.), Snow (Utah), ASA (N.Y.), Lackawanna (Pa.), Foothill, El Camino, Bakersfield, Scottsdale (Az.), Blinn (Tex.), Hancock, Trinity Valley (Tex.).

Climbing VC football keeps perspective

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The Ventura College football team's 2-0 start is opening eyes across both the state and country.

Although head coach Steve Mooshagian is working to keep the Pirates' feet on the field.

"I try to take it low-key," Mooshagian said. "It's still so early in the season. I try to keep polls in proper perspective. I know it's a long season."

Impressive wins over former Mission Conference powers Riverside and Long Beach City has seen Ventura rise to No. 2 in Southern California and No. 7 in the state in this week's California Community College Football Coaches Association polls.

The Pirates also rose three spots to No. 10 in this week's JC Grid-wire/JCFootball.com national poll. The rankings represent a high-water mark for the program since running back Travis Rogers powered it into the 1999 Southern California title game.

"You can't get caught up in these things," Mooshagian said. "People will have to prove each week. You really have to keep it in perspective and stay humble."

Ventura should have no problem focusing on Saturday's trip to No. 2 Los Angeles Harbor, which is also ranked in the state (13) and nation (19).

"Anybody can beat anyone," Mooshagian said.

The Riverside team that Ventura upset on opening night rebounded with an impressive 47-7 win over powerful Palomar, which is why the Tigers are already back up to No. 3 this week.

"It shows the respect that people have for Riverside's program," Mooshagian said. "It also shows newfound respect for our (program). It is flattering."

Moving on up

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MOVING ON UP

Upsetting one of the biggest programs in the country had the anticipated affect on Ventura's rankings.

The Pirates (1-0) rocked up the polls this week, rising to No. 3 in Southern California, No. 8 in the state and No. 13 in the JC Grid-wire/JCFootball.com national poll, one spot ahead of Riverside.

Mount San Antonio (1-0), San Francisco (1-0) and East Mississippi (1-0) top the three rankings, respectively. Mount SAC and CCSF, which met in last year's state title game, are No. 2 and No. 3 in the national poll. American River, coached by Ventura High and Ventura College alumni Jerry Haflich, is No. 3 in the North and No. 4 in the state.

With its overtime win, Moorpark (1-0) rose three spots to No. 16 in the regional poll ahead of Saturday's home opener against No. 15 Citrus (1-0).

VC football in final national poll

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The Ventura College football team was ranked No. 25 in the final JCFootball.com national poll released Monday.

The Pirates finished 7-4, tied for second in the SCFA Northern Conference and beat College of the Desert, 17-16, in the SCFA Beach Bowl, sponsored by Joe Kapp Real Estate.

There were five other Southern California teams in the poll, including SCFA champion Mount San Antonio at No. 4, 11-0 Riverside at No. 5 and Northern Conference champion Cerritos at No. 13.

City College of San Francisco, which held off defending champion Mount SAC 52-42 for the state title Saturday, earned the No. 1 ranking and mythical national title.

VC, MC football rise to Top-10 status

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With two weeks to play in the regular season, the Ventura College and Moorpark College football teams have both risen to the Top 10 in Southern California.

At No. 7 and No. 15 in the state, the Pirates (5-3) find themselves as the top-ranked three-loss team in both the region state.

Riding high on a 6-game winning streak, the Raiders (6-2) are No. 9 in Southern California and tied for No. 20 in the state.

Both are also in the eight-team "acknowledgments" section of this week's JC Grid-wire/JCFootball.com national poll, along with Canyons, which Ventura faces Saturday in a Northern Conference elimination game, and Los Angeles Harbor, which Moorpark may face next week in a winner-take-all Western Conference showdown.

Eight of the 10 opponents on Ventura's schedule are ranked. The Pirates' top-notch schedule features Nos. 2, 4, 5, 9, 10, 16, 17, 19. The group is a combined 42-22.

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VC football No. 22 in national poll

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The Ventura College football team (5-1, 2-0) is No. 22 in this week's JCFootball.com/JC Gridwire national poll.

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VC football enters national poll

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The Ventura College football team has entered the JC Gridwire/JC Football national Top 25 this week. The Pirates are tied for No. 25 with Grand Rapids.

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Today's expert picks

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Over at JCFootball.com, the three community college football experts, Kevin Lustgarten, Hank Ives and Dave Roghan all predict Ventura will beat Santa Barbara City and Fullerton will beat Moorpark tonight.


VC football a "team to watch"

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Having allowed only 13 points and 177.5 yards per game defensively in opening up 2-0, the Ventura College football team is a "team to watch" in this week's JC Gridwire national Top 25.

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