Hornets still number one in Southern California in Week Eight

Signal The Light Basketball week 8 Southern California Rankings


1. Fullerton (13-1): The Hornets remain at number one in the rankings after picking up a win last week. Fullerton has won eleven games in a row after picking up a 78-65 win over South Mountain CC from Arizona. Fullerton is 3-1 against teams from our rankings and this week, the Hornets will be off until January 4th as Fullerton will take on Moorpark.

2. Mt. San Jacinto (13-1): The Eagles move up one spot in the rankings despite having the week off. Mt. San Jacinto has started the season off winning 13 of 14 games and have a 5-1 record against teams inside of our rankings this season. This week, the Eagles will be off and return to action on January 5th as Mt. San Jacinto will face 7th ranked Southwestern at home.

3. Hancock (10-2): The Bulldogs move up in the rankings up to number three this week despite having the week off. Hancock has won three straight games since losing to Cerritos and the Bulldogs have a 1-2 record against teams inside of our weekly rankings. The Bulldogs will be in action three times this week as Hancock will face Merritt on Friday, Palomar on Saturday and San Jose on Sunday in games this week.

4. Cerritos (11-2): The Falcons move up one spot in the rankings after picking up a big win at home last week. Cerritos won their third game in a row after the Falcons picked up a win against East Los Angeles 71-62. This season the Falcons are 4-2 against teams within our rankings and Cerritos will be off this week and return to action on January 4th when they travel to Walnut and face Mt. San Antonio.

5. East Los Angeles (7-3): The Huskies drop three spots in the rankings after suffering a loss last week. East Los Angeles lost on the road to Cerritos last week 71-62 ending their three game winning streak. East Los Angeles is 3-1 against teams that are ranked within our rankings and have played well this season. This week, the Huskies will travel to El Cajon and face Santa Ana in the first round of the Cuyamaca Tournament.

6. Long Beach (11-2): The Vikings stay put in the rankings after picking up a win last week. Long Beach picked up a home win against Los Angeles Pierce 93-81 for their second win in a row. Long Beach has won 11 of 13 to start  the season and the Vikings have a 2-1 record against teams ranked inside of our rankings this season. Long Beach will have the week off and return to action on January 4th on the road against 14th ranked Chaffey.

7. Southwestern (11-4): The Jaguars stay put in the rankings after picking up a win last week. Last week, Southwestern picked up a 87-71 home win against Palomar in their lone game. Southwestern is 2-2 against teams ranked inside of our rankings and this week the Jaguars will be off. The Jaguars will return to action on January 5th on the road when Southwestern will face 2nd ranked Mt. San Jacinto.

8. San Diego Miramar (10-2): The Jets remain at number eight in the rankings after having the week off. Miramar has started the season winning 10 of 12 games and the Jets have a 1-1 record against teams that are within our rankings this season. This week, the Jets return to action as Miramar will be at the Cuyamaca Tournament and face Antelope Valley in first round action on Friday.

9. Saddleback (8-6): The Gauchos stay put in the rankings  after picking up a win last week. Saddleback cruised past MirCosta in their lone game last week with a 83-50 victory. The Gauchos are 2-3 against teams inside of our rankings. This week Saddleback will have one game as the Gauchos will take on Glendale on Saturday on the road.

10. Los Angeles Trade Tech (8-2): The Beavers move up one spot in the rankings despite having the week off. Los Angeles Trade Tech has started the season winning eight of ten and have a 1-0 record against teams inside of our rankings. This week the Beavers will be at the Canyons Tournament on Friday and face off against Orange Coast.

11. Citrus (9-5): The Owls move up two spots in the rankings after picking up two wins. Citrus went to the Chaffey Tournament and beat Canyons and followed that up with a win against Chaffey 85-81 on the road. Citrus has won three straight games and the Owls have a 4-3 record against teams that are ranked inside of our rankings. Citrus will have the week off and return to action on January 4th when the Owls host Cypress.

12. Riverside (8-5): The Tigers move up two spots in the rankings after picking up a win last week. Riverside picked up a 67-63 win over San Bernardino in their lone game last week. This season Riverside has gone 3-4 against teams inside of our rankings and played a tough schedule.  This week the Tigers will face off against Barstow at home on Saturday in their lone game of the week.

13. San Bernardino (8-5): The Wolverines drop three spots in the rankings after going 1-1 last week. San Bernardino lost to Riverside early in the week but followed up the loss with a victory over Imperial Valley. San Bernardino is 0-3 against teams within our rankings this season. This week the Wolverines will have the week off and return to action January 2nd against Grossmont at the MiraCosta Tournament.

14. Chaffey (9-4): The Panthers move down two spots in the rankings after going 1-1 last week. Chaffey picked up a win over Desert but suffered a close loss against Citrus in their games last week. Chaffey is 2-3 against teams that are ranked this season and the Panthers will be off this week and return to action Janauary 4th when they face 6th ranked Long Beach at home.

15. Pasadena (7-4): The Lancers remain in the rankings after having the week off. Pasadena is 1-3 against teams ranked inside of our rankings this season. This week the Lancers will have two games as Pasadena will take on Desert on Friday and follow that up with another game against Imperial Valley on Saturday at the Imperial Valley Holiday Crossover Tournament.