1. San Diego (16-2) The Knights are back at number one following Citrus losing last week. San Diego has won nine straight games since losing to Citrus on November 19th. This week, the Knights are off and will return to action on January 2nd as San Diego will face Los Angeles Pierce.
2. East Los Angeles (9-3) The Huskies move up one spot in the rankings following an off week. East Los Angeles has won three of their last four games and will be back in action on Thursday at the Cuyamaca Tournament as they will face Cypress in first round action.
3. Citrus (14-3) The Owls drop two spots in the rankings after going 2-1 last week at the Compton Tournament. Citrus picked up wins against Los Angeles Pierce, and Antelope Valley but lost in the championship against Chaffey. The Owls will have this week off and return to action on January 3rd as Citrus will face 10th ranked West Los Angeles at the Chaffey Tournament.
4. San Diego Miramar (9-2) The Jets stay put at number four and are on a three game winning streak and won seven of their last eight games. Miramar had the week off and will be in action on Thursday against Victor Valley at the Cuyamaca Tournament.
5. San Bernardino (12-2) The Wolverines stay put at number five in the rankings after having the week off. San Bernardino has lost two of their last three games and will look to get back on track this week as the Wolverines will travel to Arizona and play at the Fiesta Bowl Classic and will face off against Southern Idaho on Thursday.
6. Fullerton (11-4) The Hornets stay put at number six after picking up a win last week. Fullerton blew out Los Angeles Southwest 101-40 in their lone game last week and will be off this week. Fullerton will be back in action on January 3rd as Orange Empire Conference action starts and the Hornets will start action on the road against Santa Ana.
7. Cerritos (12-3) The Falcons stay put at number seven in the rankings after picking up a win over Rio Hondo last week. Cerritos is 7-1 in their last eight games and continue to play solid basketball. Cerritos will be off this week and return to action on January 2nd against 9th ranked Grossmont at the Mira Costa Tournament.
8. Copper Mountain (12-4) The Fighting Cacti move up one spot in the rankings following a West Los Angeles loss. Copper Mountain will be back in action after having the past three weeks off as the Fighting Cacti will host 15th ranked Compton at home on Saturday.
9. Grossmont (9-4) The Griffins move up one spot in the rankings despite having the week off. Grossmont has lost two of three and will be back in action for the first time since December 9th as Grossmont will face off against 13th ranked ranked Los Angeles Harbor on the road on Friday.
10. West Los Angeles (11-4) The Wildcats drop two spots in the rankings following a 2-1 week at the Compton Tournament. The Wildcats picked up wins against Compton and Mt. San Antonio after suffering a first round loss against Chaffey. West Los Angeles is 5-1 in their last six games and the Wildcats will face Moorpark at home on Friday night or thier lone game of the week.
11. Santiago Canyon (13-3) The Falcons stay put at number eleven after having a week off. Santiago Canyon has won three straight games and will have this week off and return to action on January 3rd in Orange Empire Conference on the road against 12th ranked Riverside.
12. Riverside (9-4) The Tigers stay put at number twelve after having the week off. Riverside has not played a game since December 12th and are on a four game winning streak. Riverside will face Ventura on Saturday for their lone game of the week.
13. Los Angeles Harbor (9-5) The Seahawks stay in the same spot in the rankings after picking up a win over Santa Monica 106-92. Los Angeles Harbor is 5-1 in their last six games and will be in action on Friday at home against 9th ranked Grossmont in thier lone game of the week.
14. Irvine Valley (10-6) The Lasers move up in the rankings after Palomar suffered a loss. Irvine Valley has been out of action since December 16th and will be in action this week as the Lasers will face off December 29th against Los Angeles Valley in their lone game of the week.
15. Chaffey (9-6) The Panthers come into the rankings for the first time this season and have been one of the hottest teams in the state. Last week, Chaffey won three straight games at the Compton Tournament picking up wins against West Los Angeles, Glendale and Citrus, and won seven of thier last eight games. Chaffey will be off this week and return to action on January 3rd at their own tournament against Desert.
Signaling The Light: Victor Valley (8-4), Ventura (11-6), Antelope Valley (8-6), Hancock (8-5), Bakersfield (6-4), Pasadena (7-6).