Fullerton, Hancock, and Mt. San Jacinto round off top three in week 10 Socal STLB Rankings

Week 10 Southern California Signal The Light Basketball Rankings


1. Fullerton (17-1): The Hornets remain at the top of our weekly rankings and the winning streak is now at 15 games following two wins last week. Fullerton picked up a 75-58 home win against Riverside in Orange Empire Conference action and followed that up with a 74-53 road win against Irvine Valley. Fullerton continues to play well and the Hornets are 5-1 against teams ranked inside of our week 10 rankings. This week, the Hornets will be in action one time this week as Fullerton will host Santa Ana on Wednesday in Orange Empire Conference action.

2. Allan Hancock (15-2): The Bulldogs remain at number two in the rankings following a home win last week. Allan Hancock struggled but picked up a 85-82 home win against Hartnell for their eighth straight win. Hancock is 2-2 against teams ranked inside of our rankings and this week the Bulldogs will be in action twice. Hancock will face Santa Monica on Wednesday and follow that up with their Western State North Conference opener against Oxnard on the road on Saturday.

3. Mt. San Jacinto (15-2): The Eagles move up one spot in the rankings after picking up two wins last week. Mt. San Jacinto went on the road and beat San Diego 91-87 and followed that up with a 98-86 win over Imperial Valley. The Eagles are 3-2 against teams ranked inside of our rankings and have played solid basketball all season long. This week, Mt. San Jacinto will travel to Glendora and face 12th ranked Citrus on Tuesday and follow that up with their Pacific Coast North Conference schedule with a road game against MiraCosta.

4. East Los Angeles (13-3): The Huskies move up one spot in the rankings following two wins last week. East Los Angeles cruised past Los Angeles Southwest 86-67 and followed that up with a 77-76 win at home against Los Angeles Harbor for their sixth straight win. East Los Angeles is 2-2 against teams that are ranked inside of our week 10 rankings and this week the Huskies will face Compton on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against 5th ranked Long Beach on Friday night.

5. Long Beach (14-2): The Vikings crack the top five for the first time this season and move up one spot in our week 10 rankings. Long Beach picked up a 83-73 win over Rio Hondo and followed that up with a 89-72 road win over Los Angles Trade Tech. The Vikings are 6-1 against teams that are ranked this season in our week 10 rankings and Long Beach has won five straight games. This week, the Vikings will face 15th ranked Pasadena on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with a home game against 4th ranked East Los Angeles on Friday.

6. Cerritos (13-3): The Falcons drop three spots in our rankings following a 1-1 week. Cerritos suffered a big home loss against Chaffey 92-65 but followed that up with a 102-50 win against Rio Hondo last week. The Falcons are 3-3 against teams that are ranked and Cerritos has won five of their last six games. This week, the Falcons will have two games as Cerritos will be on the road and face 10th ranked Los Angeles Trade Tech on Wednesday and follow that up with a home game against 15th ranked Pasadena on Friday.

7. Southwestern (14-4): The Jaguars remain at number seven in our week 10 rankings following two wins last week. Southwestern picked up a 80-64 win over Palomar and followed that up with a 77-63 win over MiraCosta. The Jaguars have won 5 straight games and Southwestern is 3-2 against teams ranked inside of our rankings this season. This week, the Jaguars will be in action one time as Southwestern will face Cuyamaca in the Pacific Coast South Conference opener on Friday.

8. San Bernardino (13-5): The Wolverines move up three spots in the rankings after picking up two wins last week. San Bernardino picked up a 108-95 win over Moorpark and followed that up with a 93-80 win over Santa Monica for their 6th straight win. San Bernardino has played well of late and the Wolverines have a 1-2 record against teams that are ranked this season. San Bernardino will be in action one time this week as the Wolverines will face San Diego Miramar in their Pacific Coast North Conference opener on Friday.

9. Saddleback (11-7): The Gauchos move up three spots in our week 10 rankings following two wins last week. Saddleback opened up Orange Empire Conference action with wins over Cypress and Copper Mountain as the Gauchos are tied atop the conference after the first week. Saddleback has won three straight games and have a 4-3 record against teams that are ranked in our week 10 rankings. This week, the Gauchos will be in action twice as Saddleback will face Irvine Valley on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with a home game against 13th ranked Santiago Canyon on Friday in Orange Empire Conference action.

10. Los Angeles Trade Tech (12-3): The Beavers drop two spots in the our week 10 rankings following a 1-1 week. Los Angeles Trade Tech picked up a 73-70 win over Compton but had their 12 game winning streak snapped as the Beavers lost to Long Beach 89-72 at home. Los Angeles Trade Tech has had a solid season as the Beavers are 2-1 against teams that are ranked inside of our rankings this season. This week, the Beavers will be in action twice as Los Angeles Trade Tech will host 6th ranked Cerritos on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game in Torrance against El Camino on Friday night.

11. West Los Angeles (14-6): The Wildcats move up three spots in the rankings after picking up a huge win last week. West Los Angeles picked up a 77-72 win at home against Citrus and won their sixth straight game. The Wildcats are 2-4 against teams that are ranked this season but have played solid basketball all season. This week, the Wildcats will be in action twice as West Los Angeles will face Los Angeles Pierce at home on Wednesday in their Western State South Conference opener and follow that up with a road game against Santa Monica on Saturday.

12. Citrus (11-6): The Owls drop three spots in the rankings after having a 1-1 week. Citrus picked up a 81-75 win over Ventura but suffered a 77-72 road loss against West Los Angeles. Citrus has a 4-5 record against teams that are ranked inside of our rankings this season. This upcoming week the Owls will face 3rd ranked Mt. San Jacinto at home on Tuesday and open up Western State East Conference action on Saturday with a road game against Los Angeles Valley.

13. Santiago Canyon (12-5): The Hawks move up two spots in the rankings following a win last week. Santiago Canyon opened up Orange Empire Conference action with a 79-78 win over Copper Mountain at home. This season the Hawks are 3-3 against teams that are ranked inside of our rankings. This upcoming week, the Hawks will be in action twice as Santiago Canyon will face Riverside on Wednesday at home and follow that up with a road game on Friday against 9th ranked Saddleback.

14. Chaffey (11-5): The Panthers jump back into the rankings after a solid 2-0 week. Chaffey picked up a 92-65 win on the road against a very talented Cerritos team and followed that up with a 79-63 win against El Camino. Chaffey is 3-5 against teams that are ranked inside of our rankings and this week the Panthers will be in action twice. The Panthers will face Los Angeles Southwest on Wednesday at home and follow that up with a road game against Los Angeles Harbor on Friday.

15. Pasadena (11-5): The Lancers come back into our rankings after picking up two wins last week. Pasadena picked up a 73-52 win over Los Angeles Harbor and followed that up with a 71-59 win over Compton. The Lancers have won three straight games and have a 1-2 record against teams inside our week 10 rankings. This week, the Lancers will be in action twice as Pasadena will host 5th ranked Long Beach on Wednesday and take on 6th ranked Cerritos on Friday on the road.

Signaling A Light: Riverside (11-7), San Diego Miramar (11-7), Cypress (12-6), Bakersfield (12-6), San Diego (9-9).