College of San Mateo, riding a 20-game regular season winning streak after non-league play, holds the top position with 267 points in the California Community College football coaches poll, conducted by the JC Athletic Bureau. The Bulldogs (5-0) defeated formerly No. 8 Modesto JC, 32-7, on the leg of Gabe Plascencia — six field goals without a miss. He had a state season long 51 yarder, scoring 20 total points.

Five unbeaten National Division teams survived. Ventura downed Saddleback, 31-17, and moved up one spot to No. 2 this week with 259 points, trading places with City College of San Francisco — a 42-7 winner over Santa Rosa JC. College of the Canyons remains No. 4 after giving reigning state champion Riverside CC its second setback in as many weeks, 41-24. Those victors are all 5-0. No. 6 Mt. San Antonio (2-0) had its game at now No. 17 Allan Hancock (3-1) postponed. The Mounties are scheduled for a makeup at Saddleback (Oct. 9).

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