Fullerton still on top of Socal Rankings in week 15

Signal The Light Basketball Week 15 Southern California Rankings


1. Fullerton (24-2): The Hornets remain the top team in Southern California after picking up a win last week in Orange Empire Conference action. Fullerton went on the road and picked up a 67-55 win over Cypress to stay in a first place tie atop the conference race. Fullerton has put together a five game winning streak and the Hornets have posted a 6-1 record against teams ranked inside of our rankings. This week, the Hornets have two games left and will host Copper Mountain on Wednesday before finishing out the regular season against 9th ranked Saddleback in a game that could determine the outright champion of the Orange Empire Conference.

2. Southwestern (22-4): The Jaguars stay put at number two in the rankings following their two wins last week in Pacific Coast South Conference play. Southwestern picked up a 86-77 win over Imperial Valley on the road and followed that up with a 71-66 away win over 2nd place San Diego City College. Southwestern has clinched at least a tie for the conference championship and the Jaguars are 4-2 against teams that are ranked within our week 15 rankings. The Jaguars have two games left this season as Southwestern host Grossmont on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against San Diego Mesa on Friday to close out the season.

3. San Bernardino (21-5): The Wolverines stay put at number three following two wins last week in Pacific Coast North Conference action. San Bernardino crushed Palomar 104-54 and followed that up with a 88-63 win over Desert to clinch the conference outright. San Bernardino has caught fire and won fourteen straight games and the Wolverines have posted a 5-2 record against teams that are within our week 15 Signal The Light Basketball rankings. This week the Wolverines have two games left as San Bernardino will face 8th ranked Mt. San Jacinto on the road later tonight and follow that up with a home game against MiraCosta on Thursday to end their regular season.

4. East Los Angeles (22-4): The Huskies remain in the top four after picking up two wins last week in South Coast North action. East Los Angeles picked up a 73-65 win over Pasadena and followed that up with a 87-61 win over Mt. San Antonio as the Huskies hold a one game lead in conference action with two games to go. East Los Angeles has posted a 4-3 record against teams within our rankings this season. This week East Los Angeles will be in action twice to close out the regular season as the Huskies will face Rio Hondo tomorrow night at home and follow that up with a home game to close out the season against Los Angeles Trade Tech on Friday.

5. Long Beach (22-4) The Vikings move into the top five after picking up two wins last week in conference action. Long Beach picked up a 93-84 win over Compton and followed that up with a 81-79 road win against Los Angeles Harbor in conference action. Long Beach has won seven straight games and the Vikings have posted a 4-3 record against teams that are ranked this season within our rankings. This week, the Vikings have two games as Long Beach will face El Camino on the road tomorrow night and follow that up with a home game against Los Angeles Southwest to close out the regular season.

6. Cerritos (20-6): The Falcons move up one spot after picking up two conference wins last week and remain in a first place tie in South Coast South Conference action. Cerritos picked up a 96-77 win on the road against El Camino and followed that up with a 90-68 road win against Compton in conference action. Cerritos has been solid of late as the Falcons have posted a 5-4 record against teams ranked inside of our week 15 rankings. This week, the Falcons will be in action twice as Cerritos will face Los Angeles Southwest at home on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Los Angeles Harbor on Friday to close out the regular season.

7. Citrus (20-6): The Owls move up one spot in the rankings following two wins last week in conference action. Citrus picked up two wins as the Owls cruised past Glendale 73-63 and followed that up with a 85-59 win over Barstow for their ninth straight win. Citrus has won the Western State East Conference championship and the Owls have posted a 3-5 record against teams that are ranked within our rankings this season. This week, the Owls will be in action twice as Citrus will face Antelope Valley later tonight and follow that up with a road game against Victor Valley to close out the regular season.

8. Mt. San Jacinto (20-5): The Eagles drop three spots in the rankings after going 1-1 last week in Pacific Coast North Conference action. Mt. San Jacinto suffered a 77-73 loss against San Diego Miramar and followed that up with a 69-54 win over Palomar. The Eagles are 2-3 in their last five games and have posted a 5-4 record against teams that are ranked within our rankings. This week as the season comes to an end the Eagles will be in action twice as Mt. San Jacinto will face San Bernardino later tonight and follow that up with a Thursday game against Desert to close out the regular season.

9. Saddleback (18-8): The Gauchos stay put at number nine in our rankings following two wins in conference action last week. Saddleback picked up a 84-75 win over Santiago Canyon and followed that up with a 81-66 win over orange Coast in Orange Empire Conference action. Saddleback is 10-1 since January and the Gauchos have posted a 5-4 record against teams within our rankings this season. This week, the Gauchos will be in action twice as Saddleback will face Riverside on the road tomorrow night and follow that up with one of their biggest games of the season as the Gauchos will take on top ranked Fullerton at home in a game that may decide the champion of the Orange Empire Conference.

10. Allan Hancock (21-5): The Bulldgos stay put in the rankings after picking up two wins last week in conference action. Allan Hancock won both games last week as the Bulldogs picked up a 87-69 road win against Ventura to move within a game of first place and followed that up with a 71-63 win against Moorpark winning their third straight game. Hancock still trails Ventura by a game with two to go and the Bulldogs have posted a 2-3 record against teams within our rankings this season. This week, the Bulldogs have a big week as Hancock will face Santa Barbara later tonight and follow that up with a home game against 12th ranked Cuesta on Friday to close out the regular season.

11. West Los Angeles (20-7): The Wildcats stay put at number eleven in the rankings following two wins last week in conference action. West Los Angeles clinched the Western State South Conference championship after picking up wins over Santa Monica 63-62 and followed that up with a 85-80 win over Bakersfield to clinch the Western State South Conference play. The Wildcats have posted a 2-3 record in conference action and have one more game as the season comes to an end. The Wildcats are in action as we speak against Canyons for their season finale and will look towards the post season after posting 20 wins so far.

12. Cuesta (19-7): The Cougars move up three spots in the rankings after picking up two wins last week in conference action. Cuesta picked up a 92-69 win over Oxnard and followed that up with a 76-57 win over Santa Barbara for their fourth straight win and stayed within a game of first place in conference action. Cuesta has a big week in front of them and the Cougars have posted a 1-3 record against teams ranked within our week 15 Signal The Light Basketball rankings. This week, the Cougars will face Ventura at home tonight and follow that up with a road game against 10th ranked Allan Hancock on Friday to close out the regular season.

13. Chaffey (19-7): The Panthers come into the rankings after posting two wins last week and find themselves a game back of East Los Angeles in South Coast North Conference action with a week to go. Chaffey picked up a 83-69 win over Mt. San Antonio and followed that up with a 83-62 win over Rio Hondo in conference action last week. Chaffey has won four straight games and the Panthers have a 4-6 record against teams that are ranked within our week 15 rankings. This week the Panthers are in action twice to close out the season as Chaffey will face Los Angeles Trade Tech on Wednesday and follow that up with a home game against Pasadena on Friday.

14. Santiago Canyon (18-8): The Hawks move into the rankings after posting a 1-1 record last week in Orange Empire Conference action. Santiago Canyon lost to Saddleback 84-75 but followed that up with a 98-80 win over Santa Ana as the Hawks are in 3rd place at the moment in conference play. Santiago Canyon is 7-3 in conference action and the Hawks have a 3-5 record against teams that are ranked within our week 15 rankings. This week Santiago Canyon will face off against Cypress on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with another road game against Orange Coast to close out the regular season.

15. San Diego Miramar (15-11): The Jets come back into the rankings after posting two wins last week in Pacific Coast North Conference action. Miramar picked up a 77-73 win over Mt. San Jacinto and followed thta up with a 77-67 win over MiraCosta in conference play last week. Miramar is 4-1 in their last 5 games and the Jets have a 2-5 record against teams ranked inside of our Signal The Light Basketball week 15 rankings. The Jets have two games this week to close out the regular season as Miramar will face Desert on the road tonight and follow that up with a road game on Thursday against Palomar to end the regular season.

Signaling a Light: Riverside (17-9), Cypress (17-10), San Diego (15-11), Pasadena (16-10), Ventura (16-10), Santa Monica (15-11).