Fullerton maintains top spot in Week 11 Socal rankings

Week 11 Southern California Signal The Light Basketball Rankings


1. Fullerton (18-1): The Hornets still remain at the top after the hottest team in the state picked up a win last week in Orange Empire Conference action. Fullerton cruised past Santa Ana 85-61 for their 16th straight win and their third straight win in conference action. Fullerton has a 3-1 record against teams that are ranked inside of our week 11 rankings this season. This upcoming week, the Hornets will face 14th ranked Cypress at home on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Copper Mountain on the road on Friday night.

2. Mt. San Jacinto (16-2): The Eagles move up one spot in the rankings after picking up a win last week. Mt. San Jacinto opened up conference action with a 106-94 win on the road against MiraCosta. The Eagles have a 3-2 record against teams ranked inside of our rankings this season. This week, Mt. San Jacinto will face San Diego Miramar on Wednesday and follow that up with another home game against Palomar on Friday.

3. East Los Angeles (15-3): The Huskies move up in the rankings to number three after picking up two wins last week. East Los Angeles picked up wins over Compton and followed that win up with a 77-74 road win against a very good Long Beach team. This season, the Huskies have a 3-2 record against teams that are ranked inside of our week 11 Signal The Light Basketball rankings. This week the Huskies will face 12th ranked Chaffey at home on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Pasadena on Friday.

4. Southwestern (15-4): The Jaguars move up three spots in the rankings and into our top five for the first time this season after picking up a win last week. Southwestern opened up Pacific Coast South Conference action with a 72-59 road win over Cuyamaca. This season the Jaguars are 3-2 against teams that are ranked within our week 11 rankings. This week, Southwestern will be in action twice as the Jaguars will face Imperial Valley on Wednesday and follow that up with a huge game against San Diego on Friday in a huge conference game.

5. Allan Hancock (16-3): The Bulldogs drop three spots in the rankings after going 1-1 last week. Hancock suffered an 81-71 home loss against unranked Santa Monica and followed that up with a 82-68 win over Oxnard on the road. This season, the Bulldogs are 4-2 in games against ranked teams within our rankings and this week Hancock will face Ventura at home on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Moorpark on Saturday.

6. Long Beach (15-3): The Vikings drop one spot in the rankings after going 1-1 last week. Long Beach went on the road and knocked off a solid Pasadena team but had a set back as the Vikings lost at home in overtime 77-74 to East Los Angeles ending Long Beach six game winning streak. This season the Vikings are 5-2 against teams that are ranked within our rankings and Long Beach will face 10th ranked Cerritos at home on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Compton on Friday in conference action.

7. San Bernardino (14-5): The Wolverines move up one spot in the rankings after picking up a win last week. San Bernardino went on the road and beat Miramar 72-63 to pick up their seventh straight win on the season. This year the Wolverines have a 1-2 against teams that are ranked inside of our week 11 rankings. This upcoming week, the Wolverines will have two games as San Bernardino will face Palomar on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Desert on Friday.

8. Los Angeles Trade Tech (14-3): The Beavers move up two spots in the rankings after picking up two wins last week. Los Angeles Trade Tech beat Cerritos 93-78 and followed that up with a 85-79 road win over El Camino. This season the Beavers have a 3-1 record against teams ranked inside of our week 11 rankings. This upcoming week, the Beavers will host Mt. San Antonio on Wednesday and then host Rio Hondo on Friday in thier two games this week.

9. West Los Angeles (14-6): The Wildcats move up two spots despite not having a game and crack the top 10. West Los Angeles has a 2-4 record against teams ranked inside of our rankings this season. This week the Wildcats will face Los Angeles Pierce at home on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Santa Monica on Saturday.

10. Cerritos (13-5): The Falcons drop four spots in the rankings after losing two games last week. Cerritos suffered a 93-78 loss against Los Angeles Trade Tech and followed that up with a 72-68 home loss against Pasadena. Cerritos has lost three of their last four and the Falcons have posted a 4-4 record against teams inside of our rankings. This week, the Falcons will look to get back on track as Cerritos will face 6th ranked Long Beach on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with a home game against El Camino on Friday night.

11. Citrus (12-6): The Owls move up one spot in the rankings after picking up a win last week. Citrus opened up Western State East Conference action with a 79-75 win over Los Angeles Valley in their lone game last week. Citrus is 4-5 against teams within our rankings and the Owls will have two games this upcoming week. The Owls will host Glendale on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Barstow on Saturday in Western State East Conference action.

12. Chaffey (13-5): The Panthers move up two spots in the rankings after picking up two wins last week. Chaffey beat Los Angeles Southwest 80-69 and followed that up with a 86-63 win over Los Angeles Harbor for the Panthers fourth straight win. Chaffey is 3-5 against teams ranked inside our week 11 rankings and this week the Panthers will face off against 3rd ranked East Los Angeles on Wednesday and follow that up with a home game against Mt. San Antonio on Friday.

13. Saddleback (12-8): The Gauchos drop four spots in the rankings after having a 1-1 week in Orange Empire Conference action. Saddleback suffered a loss against Irvine Valley on the road but followed that up with a big win against Santiago Canyon last week. Saddleback is 3-1 in conference action and this season the Gauchos are 5-3 against teams that are ranked this season. This week, Saddleback will have one game this week as the Gauchos will face Orange Coast on the road on Wednesday evening.

14. Cypress (14-6): The Chargers jump back into the rankings after picking up two wins last week in Orange Empire Conference action. Cypress picked up wins against Orange Coast and on the road against Santa Ana and since losing their conference opener the Chargers have won three straight games. This season the Chargers are 0-3 against teams ranked inside our week 11 rankings. This week, Cypress will face top ranked Fullerton on Wednesday on the road as the Chargers will have one game this week.

15. Santiago Canyon (13-6): The Hawks drop two spots in the rankings after going 1-1 in Orange Empire Conference action last week. Santiago Canyon beat Riverside at home 91-87 but suffered a 78-68 loss on the road against Saddleback. This season the Hawks have posted a 3-4 record against teams that are ranked inside of our rankings. This week, Santiago Canyon will have two games as the Hawks will face Irvine Valley on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Santa Ana on Friday.

Signaling a Light: Riverside (12-8), San Diego (10-9), Pasadena (12-6), Victor Valley (9-8), Los Angeles Pierce (12-8), Santa Monica (12-8), Ventura (10-9)