Boys BB Schools of Century (So Far)

Mater Dei players whoop it up after the final horn at 2018 CIF Southern Section Open Division championship. Monarchs edged Sierra Canyon 55-53, but Sierra Canyon bounced back to win state crown. Photo: Mark Bausman/SoCalSidelines.com.


Going by a points system based on final state top 20 rankings since the 1999-2000 school year and matching previous posts for schools of the century (so far) plus football, girls basketball, softball and baseball, here’s the final list of this series for boys basketball. The No. 1 total, by a wide margin, was compiled by Mater Dei of Santa Ana. The Monarchs have not only been in the top 20 for every season counted, but have been in the top 10 for 20 of the 21 seasons. Westchester of Los Angeles, also perhaps not surprisingly, is No. 2 and is followed by its arch-rivals from Fairfax at No. 3.

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Note: We have been compiling final state rankings for boys basketball in California since well before the start of the 21st century. The state top 20 as part of those final rankings have been done since the 1993-94 season. For the purposes of this content, we went through all of those final rankings since 2000 and have awarded points for the following: six for State Team of the Year, five for No. 2, four for No. 3, three for No. 4 and No. 5, two for top 10 and one for top 20.

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