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This feature is switching to basketball this week and like we did in football we are going to do our best spread around the honors as much as possible with one boy and one girl chosen from each region. This week’s best are from Rancho Cordova, Stockton, Corona and San Diego.
With the NorCal and SoCal regional playoffs now underway, we split off the Open Division into a separate category, which completely revamps each CIF division. These rankings include results from Wednesday night plus projected state finalists....
Coming on strong as CIF section finals are about to take place are newly-ranked teams Oak Ridge of El Dorado Hills (D1), West of Torrance (D2), Florin of Sacramento (D3), Brentwood of Los Angeles (D4) and Desert of Edwards AFB (D5). Wednesday scores included in these updated rankings....
Pairings are out in some CIF sections while others still have another set of league games to play. Newly-ranked teams include Mark Keppel of Alhambra, Presentation of San Jose and St. Anthony of Long Beach....
With the CIF moving up Brookside Christian’s girls to the open division, there’s a chance that all five final No. 1 ranked teams according to divisions won’t be CIF state champions. We also choose best team in each division that is done for the season.
Etiwanda takes advantage of home court and knocks off state and national No. 1 Mater Dei. We go through every division after Wednesday games and have comments from Etiwanda coach regarding open division.
Unlike the boys, there were no major upsets in Tuesday playoff games this week. There wasn’t even a single team from last week’s rankings in any division, in fact, that lost and dropped out from this week’s rankings.
Watch out for Wilcox of Santa Clara as a newcomer in Division I. The only other new teams with a ranking are Canyon Springs and Canyon of Canyon Country. Miramonte also moves up to No. 2 in D3, strengthening chances the team will be in the open division for the regional playoffs.
No. 1 teams in good shape for another week, but two No. 2 teams have already faced tough challenges this week and one of them has lost. Newcomers this week include Santa Barbara, Mater Dei Catholic and Ripon Christian.