NEW Boys BB State TOP 35 Rankings

Alvin Loving & Elias Obenyah are two of the starting players for Richmond Salesian, who scored 11 points and eight points (all in the second half) in win on Monday over Riordan of San Francisco at the MLK Classic in Concord. Photo: Mark Tennis.

In a special MLK edition of the boys basketball State TOP 35, all the Monday results are compiled and factored in, but it’s a game earlier in the week that causes the most change. See how Corona Centennial’s big league win over previous No. 2 Roosevelt affects the longest-running weekly rankings in the state by more than 30 years over the Johnny-come-latelies. Is the single win enough to hop Centennial over Roosevelt despite its high loss count? There is more movement towards the bottom, a newcomer as the third team from the CIF Central Section, and the most consistent program all-time in our state rankings up to No. 2.


(Previous rating in parentheses; through games of Monday, Jan. 15; This is the 44th consecutive season that has provided state boys basketball rankings)

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