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Southern: County breakdown 2007

Southern: County breakdown
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Western - The Pioneers' lone loss was to Los Altos and they tied third-seeded Valencia in another nonleague game. Western runs a wing-T offense and has four backs with at least 400 rushing yards, led by Ruben Ortega (1,154 yards, 14 TDs).

Los Amigos - The Lobos were 0-4 against teams that qualified for the playoffs.

Pacifica - The Mariners had victories over Troy and Kennedy, which means they are capable of making a deep run in the playoffs. A potential matchup against top-seeded Western in the second round could change the complection of the upper half of the bracket.

Costa Mesa - The Mustangs were 0-5 against teams that qualified for the playoffs.

Santiago - The Cavaliers closed out the regular season with five consecutive victories to take the Garden Grove League title. Danny Rujchanarong has five 100-yard rushing games this season.

Kennedy - The Fighting Irish closed out the regular season with a 20-0 victory over Valencia, which got the No. 3 seed.

University - The Trojans went undefeated in the regular season for the first time, but had to share the Pacific Coast League title with Laguna Hills. University´s game against Laguna Hills got cancelled because of the wildfires, so a coin flip decided which team would be the league´s No. 1 representative and Laguna Hills won. A potential quarterfinal matchup against Kennedy could be very interesting.

Santa Ana Valley - The Falcons closed out the regular season with impressive victories over Magnolia and Savanna to clinch the Orange League´s third playoff berth.

Valencia - The Tigers tied top-seeded Western in a nonleague game and pulled out a 21-20 victory over Pacifica in an Empire League. A 20-0 loss to Kennedy in the regular-season finale is a bit troubling, but the Tigers have the potential to make a run in the playoffs.

Savanna - The Rebels went 7-1 to start the season, which included an impressive 35-21 triumph over Anaheim, but the closed out the regular season with back-to-back losses against Western, 65-7, and Santa Ana Valley, 37-26. Which Savanna team will show up for the playoffs?

Estancia - The Eagles won the Orange Coast League title, but the Orange Coast happens to be the weakest league in the Southern Division. Estancia would have had a hard time finishing in the top three in the Empire, Pacific Coast or Orange Leagues.

Irvine - The Vaqueros' only two losses were against second-seeded Laguna Hills and fourth-seeded University. Irvine should get past Estancia to set up a good quarterfinal matchup against the Valencia-Savanna winner.

Anaheim - The Colonists gave top-seeded Western all it could handle in a 22-17 loss in the regular-season finale. The Colonists, who reached the Southern Division finals last year, have the potential to make some noise in the playoffs.

Garden Grove - The Argonauts struggled outside of the Garden Grove League, but they won five of their last six games to close out the regular season and take the league´s No. 2 spot. Getting past Anaheim in the first round will be a tough task.

Laguna Hills - A victory over Trabuco Hills, the No. 3 seed in the Southwest Division, and three dominant victories over Corona del Mar, Beckman and Irvine in league games helped the Hawks nab the No. 2 seed in the Southern Division.

Cypress - The Centurions performed admirably in their losses against Fullerton, Pacifica and Kennedy, who all qualified for the playoffs, and they closed out the regular season with back-to-back victories over Loara and Katella.

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