San Bernardino claims top spot in Socal Rankings for Week 2

Week 2 Southern California Rankings


1. San Bernardino (3-0) The Wolverines move up one spot and are our new number one team after San Diego lost to Fullerton on Saturday evening. The Wolverines will be back in action after having the week off, and San Bernardino will face 11th ranked Grossmont at the Alvin Hunter Tournament on Friday in first round action.

2. East Los Angeles (2-0) The Huskies move up a spot as well after the loss to San Diego. East Los Angeles will be back in action after having the week off after picking up two wins at the Canyons Tournament in the opening weekend. This week, our number two team in Southern California will 5th ranked Riverside in first round action on Friday at the Alvin Hunter Tournament.

3. San Diego (5-1) The Knights drop two spots in the rankings after losing in the championship game to Fullerton at the Fullerton Tournament. San Diego picked up wins against Bakersfield and had a come from behind overtime victory against Citrus before losing in the final. The Knights will be back in action this Friday as San Diego will face Los Angeles Pierce in first round action at the Citrus Tournament.

4. Fullerton (5-1) The Hornets move into the top 5 after winning thier own tournament last weekend. Fullerton picked up wins against Chaffey, Mt. San Antonio and knocked off preseason number one San Diego in a rematch of last weekends championship at the San Diego Tournament. The Hornets will be back in action on Thursday as they travel to Coalinga and face off against West Hills in a non conference match up.

5. Riverside (4-0) The Tigers stay at number five after picking up a 87-63 road victory against Barstow last week in their lone game of the week. Riverside is back in action on Friday at the Alvin Hunter Tournament as the Tigers will face 2nd ranked East Los Angeles in 1st round action on Friday.

6.Cerritos (3-0) The Falcons drop down two spots after having the week off. Cerritos won the Miramar Tournament two weeks ago, and the Falcons will look to pick up their fourth win a row as they will be in action Thursday against Canyons at the Irvine Valley Tournament.

7. Copper Moutnain (3-1) The Fighting Cacti move up one spot in the rankings after picking up a 109-95 win over Santa Monica in their lone game last week. Copper Mountain will have a busy week as the Fighting Cacti face Imperial Valley on Tuesday and face Norcal ranked Yuba in the first round of the Allan Hancock Tournament on Friday.

8. Citrus (4-2) The Owls move up one spot in the rankings after a third place finish at the Fullerton Tournament last week. Citrus picked up victories over San Diego Mesa and Mt. San Jacinto for the second time this season. Citrus lost in the semi finals to San Diego in a winnable game. The Owls will be back in action on Friday as they open up with Moorpark as Citrus host their own tournament this weekend.

9. Saddleback (3-2) The Gauchos drop three spots in the rankings after suffering a home loss to unranked at the time Antelope Valley 56-53. Saddleback has started the season losing 2 of 5, but the Gauchos will be back in action this weekend as they travel to San Diego Mesa in a non conference game on Saturday evening for their lone game of the week.

10. Santiago Canyon (4-0): The Hawks remain at number ten after picking up a win over Los Angeles Pierce on the road. Santiago Canyon continues to play well, as they have won four straight to start the season. Santiago Canyon will take on unranked Pasadena at the Skip Robinson Classic hosted by Pasadena on Thursday.

11. Grossmont (3-1) The Griffins move up a spot in the rankings after picking up a win over Cypress last week on the road. Grossmont has started the season off winning 3 of 4 and will face off against top ranked San Bernardino on Friday at the Alvin Hunter Tournament hosted by San Bernardino.

12. Palomar (2-1): The Comets move up a spot in the rankings after having the week off. After picking up a third place finish at the Ventura Tournament and not having a game, the Comets will return to action Thursday on the road against Orange Coast in a rematch up a game played at Ventura College.

13. Antelope Valley (2-2) The Marauders check back into the rankings after slipping out after the first weekend. Antelope Valley had a tough first weekend, as the Marauders lost to ranked teams Riverside and Palomar and barely slipping by Pasadena. This past week, Antelope Valley went on the road and picked up a solid win over Saddleback 56-53. This week, the Marauders will open up the Alvin Hunter Tournament in San Bernardino with a first round game against the Miramar JV on Friday.

14. San Diego Miramar (3-1) The Jets make thier way into our rankings for the first time this season. San Diego Miramar has won three of their first four to start the season with victories over Imperial Valley, Irvine Valley, and a huge 122-77 win over Orange Coast last week in their lone game. The only setback the Jets have had was a 99-98 loss against Cerritos at home in the first weekend of the season. This week the Jets will back in action as Miramar will host Southwestern on Thursday.

15. Allan Hancock (4-2) The Bulldogs check back into the rankings after picking up the Ohlone Tournament championship. Hancock picked up wins against Marin, Ohlone, and Monterey to bring home the title. This week, Hancock will be back in action as the Bulldogs will face Ohlone on Friday at home in first round action of the Home Motors Tournament.

Signaling a Light: Ventura (4-2), Victor Valley (2-0), Bakersfield (2-3), Mt. San Jacinto (2-4), Irvine Valley (3-1),