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O.C. football: Spring football Top 25

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The Friars (14-1 overall, 5-0 in league) were the preseason No. 1 last season and lived up to it by winning the Trinity League and CIF-Southern Section Pac-5 Division championships before losing to De La Salle of Concord in the CIF State Bowl Championships. They have to replace several All-Orange County players, including a heart-and-soul-of-the-team type of player in 2010 county defensive player of the year Matt Inman. The returnees include All-County first-teamers offensive lineman Travis Averill and linebacker Butch Pauu, and quarterback Cody Pittman (pictured).
TEXT BY STEVE FRYER, OCVARSITY.COM; ARMANDO BROWN, FOR THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

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Slide show: Here is the Orange County spring football top 25. This, of course, is very subject to change between now and when the season begins in a few months. For more details and Steve Fryer's explanations, click through the slide show. 1. Servite 2. Mission Viejo 3. Or. Read O.C. football: Spring football Top 25...
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