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Sentinel Prep Football Top 10 (11/12 – 11/18/2009 Edition)
By Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer)
Published November 12, 2009

Sentinel Prep Football Top 10

Crenshaw senior Geoffrey Norwood rushed for 155 yards and two touchdowns against Dorsey
(Jason Lewis for Sentinel)

 By Evan Barnes
Sentinel Sports Editor


It’s the last week of the season, which means the last poll will be next week. But Rivalry Week shook a lot of teams up so let’s see where they stand.

1. Crenshaw (9-0) – How do you top one of the most impressive defensive performances of the year? An afternoon walkthrough against Jefferson.

2. Serra (9-0) – Congrats to Army All-American Robert Woods as he and his mates take on unbeaten Cathedral at home Friday.

3. Carson (7-2) – Survived offensive explosion with Narbonne, now a defensive struggle with San Pedro is the only thing standing in the way of their second league title in three years.

4. Culver City (8-1) – 301 total yards and six TD’s (four rushing) for All-Sentinel Team candidate Marquel Carter last week as the Centaurs look to wrap up a fourth consecutive league title Friday.

5. Venice (8-1) – The City’s sleeper of the season wraps up their league against Hamilton. And don’t be surprised if they got a Top-4 seed in the City playoffs thanks to Narbonne and Taft falling.

6. Narbonne (5-4) – They gave Carson a fair fight but they fell short. Hosting Banning will give their seniors something to play for.

7. San Pedro (7-2) – Won’t be easy beating Carson on the road but they’ll create a 3-way logjam for the Marine League title if they do.

8. Dorsey (7-2) – Bright spot after their loss to Crenshaw: They’ll be hungry heading into Locke Friday morning and could see a rematch with the Cougars in the postseason.

9. Taft (5-4) – Did I say last week’s game wasn’t a rivalry? The Toreadors must have slept and forgotten but Birmingham thought so. They need a win Friday to enter the playoffs on a positive note.

10. Centennial (6-3) – The Apaches were 1-9 a year ago. Now they have a chance to win their first league in sometime when they take on Lawndale. Great under-the-radar story

Categories: Football

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