The Daily News’ City Section high school football rankings as of Aug. 31:


1. Birmingham Charter (0-4): Until a local City Section team knocks off the Patriots, they’ll stay at No. 1. Birmingham has the best strength of schedule rating (on in the entire section. All losses are to CIF Southern Section schools that are a combined 10-5.

Next: BYE

2. Kennedy (4-0): The Cougars are thumping teams they should and edged Granada Hills Charter 14-8 last week. Kennedy’s biggest remaining games on the schedule are Valley Mission League foes Reseda (Sept. 24) and Canoga Park (Oct. 15)

Next: vs. Kennedy, Friday

3. Chatsworth (4-0): It’s the Kanan Kadjar show in Chatsworth, he leads the team in touchdowns at running back. The Chancellors have outscored their opponents 143-27 (all City teams), now they’ll face a Southern Section team this week.

Next: at Heritage Christian, Friday

4. Granada Hills (1-3): The Highlanders are holding their breath until the return of star running back Dijon Stanley. He was doubtful last week, maybe he’ll play this week.

Next: at Eagle Rock, Friday

5. Reseda (0-2): The Regents have been playing catch up since their first two games of the season were canceled due to COVID-19 protocols. It’s likely Reseda gets into the win column for the first time where it matters: in league play.

Next: at San Fernando, Friday

Out-of-area teams to keep in mind: San Pedro (2-0); Banning (3-0); Palisades (4-0); Venice (1-1); Garfield (4-0)

Daily News’ City Section football rankings, Sept. 14
Daily News’ City Section football rankings, Aug. 24
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Source:: Los Angeles Daily News


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