A new season looks very similar to previous years. Twenty-two of the 25 teams in the final rankings from 2016 are in the first rankings of 2017. The three newcomers — Foothill-Pleasanton, San Ramon Valley-Danville and Palo Alto — are hardly strangers to the poll and Palo Alto was a state champion in 2010. The West Catholic and East Bay athletic leagues lead the charge with five teams each among the elite and the Bay Valley and Santa Clara De Anza leagues each boast three teams. The team that moved the most up from last season was Foohill. The Falcons — 6-5 last season — open at No.
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