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The Times’ final boys’ basketball rankings

Sierra Canyon’s Jacob Miller, left, and Scotty Pippen Jr. right, hold the championship trophy they r
Sierra Canyon’s Jacob Miller, left, and Scotty Pippen Jr. right, hold the championship trophy as the Trailblazers celebrate their Open Division state title on March 9.
(Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press)

A look at the top 25 high school baseball teams in the Southland:

Rk. SCHOOL (W-L) Playoff finish (last rank)

1. SIERRA CANYON (32-3) SS Open Division champion, State Open Division champion (2)

2. SANTA ANA MATER DEI (29-5) SS Open Division pool, State Open Division semifinalist (10)

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3. CORONA CENTENNIAL (27-6) SS Open Division pool, State Open Division second round (4)

4. FAIRFAX (27-2) City Open Division champion, State Open Division first round (3)

5. RANCHO CHRISTIAN (26-6) SS Open Division pool, State Open Division first round (1)

6. WESTCHESTER (24-5) City Open Division runner-up, State Open Division second round (5)

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7. BISHOP MONTGOMERY (24-7) SS Open Division runner-up, State Open Division first round (6)

8. CHINO HILLS (25-10) SS Division 1 runner-up, State Division I champion (NR)

9. ETIWANDA (28-6) SS Open Division pool, State Division I semifinalist (8)

10. SANTA MARGARITA (25-11) SS Division 1 champion, State Division I quarterfinalist (11)

11. RANCHO VERDE (27-7) SS Open Division pool, State Division I quarterfinalist (7)

12. ST. JOHN BOSCO (22-10) SS Open Division pool, State Division I second round (9)

13. MAYFAIR (26-7) SS Division 2AA champion, State Division I first round (21)

14. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (26-10) SS Division 2AA runner-up, State Division II semifinalist (NR)

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15. CAMARILLO (25-4) SS Division 2AA quarterfinalist (11)

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16. JSERRA (22-8) SS Division 1 second round (12)

17. DAMIEN (25-6) SS Division 1 quarterfinalist (14)

18. HARVARD-WESTLAKE (21-9) SS Division 1 semifinalist, State Division I first round (15)

19. COLONY (31-6);SS Division 2A champion, State Division II runner-up (NR)

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20. RIVERSIDE NOTRE DAME (23-12) SS Division 2AA semifinalist, State Division II quarterfinalist (16)

21. WINDWARD (25-7) SS Division 1 semifinalist, State Division I first round (20)

22. LOYOLA (23-7) SS Division 1 quarterfinalist (17)

23. VALENCIA (26-8) SS Division 2AA semifinalist, State Division II quarterfinalist (NR)

24. WASHINGTON PREP (22-8) City Open Division semifinalist, State Division I quarterfinalist (NR)

25. BIRMINGHAM (17-13) City Open Division semifinalist (NR)

eric.sondheimer@latimes.com

Twitter: @latsondheimer


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