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SportStars NorCal Volleyball Rankings: 2019 FINAL

NorCal Volleyball Rankings

FINAL NorCal Volleyball Rankings: CIF NorCal Open Champion Marin Catholic Goes Wire-To-Wire As NorCal’s No. 1; WCAL Lands Three In Top Six •

NorCal Volleyball Rankings

All Records Are Final (via MaxPreps.com)

1. (1)    Marin Catholic-Kentfield  35-4

2. (2)    Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland  30-8  

3. (3)    Sacred Heart Cathedral-S.F.  27-6

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4. (4)    Archbishop Mitty-San Jose  28-12  

5. (5)    St. Francis-Sacramento  36-3

6. (6)    St. Francis-Mountain View  26-13

7. (7)    Campolindo-Moraga  27-7 [PICTURED ABOVE: Jean-Paul Toshiro photo.]

8. (8)    Menlo-Atherton-Atherton  26-7  

9. (9)    Palo Alto  22-8

10. (10)    Pleasant Valley-Chico  34-2

11. (11)    Oak Ridge-El Dorado Hills  30-9  

12. (12)    Notre Dame-Belmont   27-8

13. (14)  ↑   Los Gatos  31-10

14. (13)    Central Catholic-Modesto  30-9

15. (15)    Nevada Union-Grass Valley  42-12

16. (16)    James Logan-Union City  27-16

17. (17)    California-San Ramon  31-4

18. (18)    Monte Vista-Danville  23-12  

19. (19)    Cosumes Oaks-Elk Grove  29-10

20. (20)    Lowell-S.F.  30-8

DROPPED OUT:

None.

INSIDE THE RANKINGS:

In the end, only one Top 20 team brought at CIF State Volleyball Championship trophy back to the North State. That was recent No. 20 arrival, Lowell-S.F.. The Cardinals defeated South Pasadena in four sets to win the Div. III hardware. Former No. 14 Los Gatos came up one set shy in the Div. II state final. However, the Wildcats still moved up one spot in the final rankings in order to slot ahead of the Central Catholic-Modesto team they beat in the NorCal final.

No. 7 Campolindo-Moraga played an extremely competitive match with Vista Murrieta before falling in four sets. The Div. I NorCal champion needed to stay at No. 7, behind the six programs that were in the NorCal Open bracket. No. 1 Marin Catholic swept No. 2 Bishop O’Dowd for the NorCal Open title, but were no match for SoCal power Torrey Pines a few nights later.

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