The Times' boys' basketball rankings

Eric Sondheimer
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Redondo sits atop The Times' boys' basketball rankings

A look at the top 25 high school boys' basketball teams in the Southland:

Rk. School (W-L) Comment (last week's ranking)

1 REDONDO (8-2) Showed in Las Vegas it is a team to reckon with. (7)

2 BISHOP MONTGOMERY (7-0) Passing every test so far. (4)

3 MATER DEI (6-1) Winning streak ends at 46 in Florida. (2)

4 CORONA CENTENNIAL (5-2) Cutting down on turnovers is a must. (1)

5 FAIRFAX (7-0) Trip to San Diego should reveal more about Lions. (6)

6 SIERRA CANYON (2-1) Cody Riley is off to good start. (3)

7 LOYOLA (7-1) Showdown coming vs. Redondo. (8)

8 LONG BEACH POLY (10-2) Jackrabbits are a solid team. (9)

9 PRICE (8-1) Free throws hurt in loss. (5)

10 CATHEDRAL (4-0) Phantoms face Mission League roadblock. (10)

11 CANTWELL-SACRED HEART (6-2) Begins play in Torrey Pines tourney. (11)

12 ETIWANDA (7-2) Inland Empire champion. (11)

13 CHINO HILLS (6-2) Huskies are scoring lots of points. (12)

14 ALEMANY (6-1) Showdown with Cathedral on Monday. (14)

15 ST. JOHN BOSCO (9-4) Hawaii trip had lots of positives. (15)

16 DAMIEN (7-1) Headed to Rancho Mirage for MaxPreps tourney. (16)

17 NORTH (6-0) In Mission Prep semifinals. (19)

18 FOOTHILL (9-1) Hung tough without one of its best players. (17)

19 EL CAMINO REAL (5-3) Brandon Russell is a star in the making. (NR)

20 CHAMINADE (7-0) Michael Oguine had 45 points in victory. (22)

21 WESTCHESTER (8-4) Help is coming Jan. 5. (21)

22 VILLAGE CHRISTIAN (7-2) Clifton Powell having a big season. (20)

23 ORANGE LUTHERAN (7-2) Third-place finish in Hawaii (25)

24 ANAHEIM CANYON (8-2) North Orange County champion. (NR)

25 THOUSAND OAKS (11-1) Matt Hauser is a standout guard. (NR)

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