Notable this week: Mission Viejo moves into a tie with Orange Lutheran at No. 2 in the poll behind top-ranked Mater Dei. … The Diablos defeated Los Alamitos 34-28 in triple overtime last week while Orange Lutheran lost to Sierra Canyon 40-6. … Servite did not play last week but moves up to No. 4. … Undefeated Tustin climbs four positions to No. 13.

1. Mater Dei 4-0 (75 points)

The Monarchs, who are No. 1 in all sorts of national rankings, did not play last week. They have outscored their opponents 165-12. Mater Dei travels east this week to play St. Frances Academy in Washington, D.C.

Previous ranking: 1

2T. Mission Viejo 4-1 (69)

The Diablos beat Los Alamitos 34-28 in three overtime periods with sophomore receiver Vance Spafford catching three touchdown passes.

Previous ranking: 3

2T. Orange Lutheran 3-2 (69)

Sierra Canyon beat Orange Lutheran 40-6 as the Trailblazers were too fast and too good for the Lancers, who were without quarterback TJ Lateef. It was Orange Lutheran’s second loss in a row to a high-quality opponent.

Previous ranking: 2

4. Servite 3-1 (66)

The Friars did not play last week after upsetting Los Alamitos 28-24 on Sept. 8. They play at St. Paul on Friday in a matchup of long-ago Angelus League rivals, the first Servite-St. Paul game since 2012.

Previous ranking: 5

5. JSerra 3-2 (64)

The Lions lost an away game to Clovis North, 23-7. They had scored 123 points over their previous three games.

Previous ranking: 4

6. Los Alamitos 3-2 (60)

The short-handed Griffins lost in three overtimes to Mission Viejo 34-28. Quarterback Alonzo Esparza’s throwing and running kept Los Alamitos in the game.

Previous ranking: 7

7. Santa Margarita 4-1 (58)

The Eagles extended their winning streak to three games with a 42-7 rout of Leuzinger at Saddleback College as sophomore receiver Trent Mosely scored his 19th touchdown of the season and Noah Sulick had nine tackles.

Previous ranking: 5

8. San Clemente 5-0 (54)

Aiden Rubin had another big game with 160 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and Riley Kelley had two interceptions in the Tritons’ 31-7 win over Edison.

Previous ranking: 8

9. Villa Park 4-0 (51)

The Spartans held their opponent to 54 yards of offense in a 45-0 home win over Eastlake of Chula Vista. They play an away game Friday against winless Mira Costa of Manhattan Beach.

Previous ranking: 9

10. San Juan Hills 5-0 (48)

The Stallions remained undefeated with their closest win of the season, a 28-20 victory at Mira Costa. Isaiah Bennett had two interceptions for San Juan Hills.

Previous ranking: 9

11. Edison 1-3 (44)

Previous ranking: 11

12. Corona del Mar 2-2 (43)

Previous ranking: 12

13. Tustin (5-0)

Previous ranking: 17

14. Newport Harbor 2-3 (36)

Previous ranking: 13

15. Tesoro 3-2 (32)

Previous ranking: 14

16. Yorba Linda 3-2 (29)

Previous ranking: 16

17. Western 3-1 (23)

Previous ranking: 19

18. Cypress 2-3 (21)

Previous ranking: 15

19T. Capistrano Valley 5-0 (20)

Previous ranking: 21

19T. El Modena 2-2 (20)

Previous ranking: 23

21. Foothill 3-1 (17)

Previous ranking: 22

22. La Habra 2-3 (16)

Previous ranking: 17

23T. Laguna Hills 5-0 (8)

Previous ranking: 24

23T. Trabuco Hills 3-1 (8)

Previous ranking: 21

25. Huntington Beach 3-2 (2)

Previous ranking:  Not ranked

Also receiving votes: Crean Lutheran 3-1 (1)

About the poll: There are three voters in the weekly poll. Points are awarded for each spot in the poll. Starting with 25 points for a No. 1 ranking.

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