Southern California Rankings Week 15
1. San Diego (27-2): The Knights remain at the top of the Southern California rankings after going 2-0 last week and running their winning streak up to 20 games. The Pacific Coast South Conference champions are in action twice this week as the regular season comes to an end. San Diego will face Imperial Valley on Valentines Day and follow that up with their regular season finale against San Diego Mesa on Friday to close out the season.
2. San Bernradino (24-4): The Wolverines remain at number two following two wins last week. San Bernardino has won eleven games in a row and clinched the Pacific Coast North Conference championship last week. This week, the Wolverines will take on 11th ranked San Diego Miramar on the road on Tuesday and follow that up with their season finale as the Wolverines will face Mt. San Jacinto on the road on Thursday.
3. Cerritos (23-4): The South Coast South Conference champions stay put at number three and the Falcons continue to win as Cerritos is on a nine game winning streak. Last week, Cerritos picked up wins against Compton and Los Angeles Southwest to move their win total to 23 games. This upcoming week, the Falcons will look to close out conference play undefeated as Cerritos will face Los Angeles Harbor at home on Wednesday and then travel to Long Beach in their season finale.
4. East Los Angeles (22-5): The Huskies stay put at number four after picking up two wins last week in South Coast North Conference action. East Los Angeles picked up wins against Mt. San Antonio and Rio Hondo and will have two games this week to close out the season. The South Coast North Conference champions will face Los Angeles Trade Tech on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with a home game to close out the year against Chaffey.
5. Citrus (24-4): The Owls stay put at number five in the rankings after winning two games last week. Citrus picked up wins against Victor Valley 90-88 and followed that up with a road win against Glendale. This week the Owls will look to clinch the Western State East Conference with a win on the road against Antelope Valley and follow that up with a home game on Saturday against Barstow to close out the regular season.
6. Orange Coast (19-7) The Pirates continue to roll as Orange Coast move up two spots in the rankings after picking up two wins last week. The Orange Empire Conference champions picked up wins against Saddleback and Fullerton in overtime to clinch the conference title. Orange Coast has played spectacular basketball and the Pirates will close out the season on Tuesday with a road game against 14th ranked Riverside.
7. Fullerton (19-7) The Hornets drop spot in the rankings after going 1-1 last week in Orange Empire Conference action. Fullerton picked up a win against Cypress and followed that up with a road loss against Orange Coast. The Hornets will close out the regular season on Tuesday night as Fullerton will face 12th ranked Santiago Canyon at home.
8. Grossmont (17-8) The Griffins drop one spot in the rankings after going 1-1 last week in Pacific Coast South Conference action. Last week, Grossmont suffered a loss against San Diego and followed that up with a win over Imperial Valley. This week, Grossmont will take on Cuyamaca on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with a home game against Southwestern to close out the regular season.
9. Allan Hancock (20-8) The Bulldogs move up three spots in the rankings after picking up two wins last week. Hancock picked up wins against Moorpark on the road and followed that up with a 68-56 win over Santa Barbara. This week, the Bulldogs will have two games as they will travel to Cuesta and face the Cougars on Wednesday and have their home finale on Saturday against Oxnard.
10. Ventura (19-8) The Tigers move up four spots in the rankings after picking up two wins last week. Ventura picked up wins against Cuesta and Moopark at home and remained in a tie at the top of Western State North Conference standings. This week, the Pirates will face Oxnard on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with their season finale at home against Santa Barbara at home.
11. San Diego Miramar (18-8): The Jets move down two spots after going 1-1 last week in Pacific Coast North Conference action. Miramar picked up a win against Desert but suffered a home loss against Palomar. This week, the Jets will face 2nd ranked San Bernardino on Tuesday and close out their regular season against Mira Costa on Thursday before heading into the post season.
12. Santiago Canyon (18-8): The Hawks move up one spot in the rankings after ending their two game losing streak. Last week, Santiago Canyon cruised past Cypress 96-79 in conference action as the Hawks are one of four teams within a game of eachother in Orange Empire Conference action. This week, the Hawks will face 7th ranked Fullerton on Tuesday and follow that up with another road game to end their regular season against Irvine Valley on Thursday.
13. Copper Mountain (19-9): The Fighting Cacti move down two spots after going 1-1 last week in Orange Empire Conference action. Copper Mountain lost to Riverside on the road and followed that up with a close win against Santa Ana 89-87 last week. This week, Copper Mountain will finish up their regular season schedule with a key game against Saddleback at home.
14. Riverside (15-9): The Tigers come into this weeks rankings on a three game winning streak and Riverside has snuck into third place in conference action with a 6-4 record. Last week, the Tigers knocked off Copper Mountain and followed that up with a road win against Saddleback as the Tigers have won five of their last six games. This week, Riverside will face 6th ranked Riverside at home on Tuesday night and follow that up with a road game against Cypress to close out the season.
15. Antelope Valley (16-12): The Marauders close out the rankings at our last spot this week after picking up two wins last week. Antelope Valley picked up wins against Los Angeles Valley and followed that up with a win against Victor Valley. This week, the Marauders could cloud up things in the Western State East Conference if they pick up at home against 5th ranked Citrus on Wednesday. Antelope Valley will then close out the season on Saturday on the road against Glendale.
Signaling a Light: Chaffey (17-10), Long Beach (16-11), West Los Angeles (16-10)