Week 14 Southern California Rankings

Week 14 Southern California Rankings

1. San Diego (25-2) The Knights remain at the top of the Southern California rankings following a win last week. San Diego has won eighteen straight games after picking up a 102-56 win over Cuyamaca in Pacific Coast South Conference action. This week the Knights are in action twice as San Diego will face 7th ranked Grossmont at home on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Southwestern on Friday evening.

2. San Bernardino (22-4) The Wolverines move up one spot in the rankings after picking up a victory over Palomar last week in their lone game. San Bernardino is 7-0 in Pacific Coast North Conference action and will have two games this week. The 2nd ranked ranked Wolverines will face Mira Costa on Wednesday at home and follow that up with a home game against Desert on Friday in action this week.

3. Cerritos (21-4) The Falcons move up one spot in the rankings after winning twice last week. Cerritos slipped past Long Beach at home and cruised past El Camino in conference action and the Falcons have won seven straight games. This week, Cerritos will face Compton on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Los Angeles Southwest on Friday.

4. East Los Angeles (20-5) The Huskies move up a spot in the rankings after picking up two wins last week. East Los Angeles blasted Chaffey 64-39 and followed that up with a crushing win over Pasadena in conference action. This week the Huskies will Mt. San Antonio in a South Coast North Conference showdown between the two top teams record wise and follow that up with a road game against Rio Hondo on Friday.

5. Citrus (22-4) The Owls drop three spots in the rankings after going losing thier lone game of the week. Citrus suffered a 84-82 loss against Los Angeles Valley in Western State East Conference action. This week, Citrus will face Victor Valley at home on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Glendale on Saturday as the regular season winds down.

6. Fullerton (18-6) The Hornets remain at number six in the rankings after having a tremendous week. Fulllerton picked up a home victory against Irvine Valley and picked up a huge road win against Saddleback to stay within a game of first place in Orange Empire Conference action. This week, the Hornets will face Cypress on Wednesday on the road and follow that up with a road game against 8th ranked Orange Coast in a game that may decide the Orange Empire Conference championship.

7. Grossmont (16-7) The Griffins move up one spot after picking up a win last week. Grossmont picked up a 79-72 win over San Diego Mesa and improved to 5-1 in conference action. This week, Grossmont will have two games as the Griffins will face top ranked San Diego on Wednesday and then face Imperial Valley at home on Friday night.

8. Orange Coast (17-7) The Pirates move up two spots in the rankings after picking up two more wins in Orange Empire Conference. Last week, Orange Coast picked up wins against Cypress and Santiago Canyon. The Pirates have won six straight games when the game is decided by five points or less. This week is the make it or break it week for the Pirates as Orange Coast will face Saddleback on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with a huge home game against 6th ranked Fullerton.

9. San Diego Miramar (17-7) The Jets move up four spots with so much activity above them. Miramar picked up a huge home victory against Mt. San Jacinto in their lone game of the week. This week the Jets will face Desert on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with a home game aginast a dangerous Palomar team on Friday.

10. Chaffey (16-9) The Panthers drop three spots in the rankings after Chaffey lost two games last week in conference action. Last week, Chaffey lost big against East Los Angeles and followed that up with a close loss at home against Mt. San Antonio. This week, Chaffey will face Rio Hondo on the road and then face Los Angeles Trade on Friday.

11. Copper Mountain (18-8) The Fighting Cacti remain at number eleven after going 1-1 last week in Orange Empire Conference action. Last week, Copper Mountain picked up a win against Santiago Canyon but sufffered a loss against Irvine Valley on the road. This week, Copper Mountain will take on Riverside on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with a home game against Santa Ana.

12. Allan Hancock (18-8) The Bulldogs jump into the rankings after being way for a couple of weeks. Last week, picked up wins against Moorpark and Ventura. This week, the Bulldogs will face Moorpark on Wednesday on the road and face Santa Barbara at home on Saturday as the regular season gets closer to the end.

13. Santiago Canyon (17-8) The Hawks drop fiour spots in the rankings after losing two games last week. Santiago Canyon suffered losses against Copper Mountain and Orange Coast in Orange Empire Conference action. This week, the Hawks will face Cypress at home after having a couple of tough outings last week.

14. Ventura (17-8) The Pirates move down two spots in the rankings after going 1-1 last week. Ventura picked up a win against Cuesta and then suffered a tough loss in overtime against Allan Hancock as the two teams are now 5-1 in conference. This week, Ventura will face Cuesta on Wednesday and then face Moorpark at home on Saturday.

15. Mt. San Antonio (12-11) The Mounties are the newcomers to the rankings after picking up two wins last week. Mt. San Antonio got wins over Los Angeles Trade Tech and Chaffey and the Mounties have won five straight in South Coast North Conference action. This week the Mounties will face 4th ranked East Los Angeles on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with a home game against Pasadena on Friday for thier two conference games.

Signaling a Light: Saddleback (13-11), Riverside (13-9), Los Angeles Harbor (14-10), Antelope Valley (14-12), West Los Angeles (15-10)