The Bee's Top 10 high school football teamsLoading
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    Here's The Bee's updated high school football Top 10 after the first two weeks of play (preseason rankings in parenthesis): No. 1 Folsom 2-0 (1); Last game - beat Clovis North-Fresno 49-13: Folsom quarterback Jake Browning, shown playing against Oak Ridge, threw seven touchdown passes as the Bulldogs hammered traditional Fresno power Clovis North to hold onto the top ranking.
    Brian Baer |
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    No. 2 Elk Grove 1-0 (2); Last game - bye

    The Thundering Herd didn't move in the rankings while having the week off. Next game is against Lincoln of Stockton.
    Brian Baer |
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    No. 3 Oak Ridge 2-0 (4); Last game - beat Vacaville 24-23

    Oak Ridge moved up a notch on the strength of a close win over the Bulldogs.
    Brian Baer |
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    No. 4 Grant 2-0 (5); Last game - beat Central 36-13

    Grant linemen Shawn Matautia, towering over coach Mike Alberghini, helped open holes that allowed running back Mike Green to gain 111 yards and score three touchdowns. The defense was led by Chris Attebery and Carl Granderson, who each had 10 tackles and two sacks.
    Randall Benton |
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    No. 5 Granite Bay 1-0 (8); Last game - beat No. 16 Cosumnes Oaks 40-7

    The Grizzlies jumped three positions after whipping a ranked opponent to ope their season.
    Jose Luis Villegas |
    No. 6 Rocklin 2-0 (9); Last game - beat Del Campo 38-14

    Another good win helped Rocklin keep building momentum and climb three spots in the rankings.
    Brian Baer |
  • No. 7 Del Oro 0-2 (3); Last game - lost to Helix-La Mesa 34-10

    Del Oro had another tough chore, traveling to Oceanside to face powerful Helix. The outcome was a second loss in two tries and a fall from No. 3.
    Hector Amezcua |
  • No. 8 Sacramento 1-0 (10); Last game - beat El Camino 53-13

    Sacramento improved on its preseason ranking on the strength of a strong opening-game showing against El Camino.
    Paul Kitagaki Jr. |
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    No. 9 Jesuit 1-1 (6); Last game - beat Yuba City 42-28

    Jesuit rebounded from its season-opening loss to powerhouse De La Salle, handling the Honkers and getting a good tune-up for the upcoming Holy Bowl game with Christian Brothers.
    Brian Baer |
    No. 10 Franklin 1-1 (7); Last game - lost to Bellarmine 42-28

    Franklin remained in the Top 10, despite the two-touchdown loss to Bellarmine
    Brian Baer |
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