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It’s the 11th day of the 25 Days of Christmas preseason rankings for West Coast Preps, this time with the No. 15 team.
The rankings, which will tab the top 25 football teams in the Bay Area, announce one team each day through Christmas Day. The No. 1 team will be unveiled on Dec. 25 at WestCoastPreps.com.
Only schools located within cities on the Bay Area Census are eligible for the poll.
West Coast Preps unveiled the No. 25, No. 24, No. 23, No. 22, No. 21, No. 20, No. 19, No. 18, No. 17 and No. 16 football teams in the Bay Area earlier this week.
No. 15: Campolindo
One of the Bay Area’s premier football programs is back for more.
Campolindo is coming off a 10-3 season in 2019, when it obliterated opponents en route to a North Coast Section Division II runner-up finish to eventual state champion Clayton Valley Charter. It outscored opponents 375-186, and five of the 13 teams on the schedule failed to score 10 or more points.
And Campolindo’s three defeats that year came to opponents with a combined 30-9 record, with one of those squads – Clayton Valley – winning a state title and another one – McClymonds – becoming a runner-up at the state level.
Although Campolindo came just shy of its fifth section crown since 2015 and loses its starting quarterback, Grant Harper, who tossed for 2,328 yards and 22 touchdowns, and its top three rushers, some key players do return.
Among the notable returnees is senior lineman Matai Bell, who committed to Army last month over offers from Northern Arizona, Sacramento State and Wyoming. Two of the top three receivers – seniors Maxwell Weaver (534 yards and six touchdowns) and Joey Schmidt (410 yards and three touchdowns) – also come back.
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