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Sierra Canyon remains on top of The Times’ top 25 basketball rankings

Basketballs sit in a rack on the court during a training session by the Brooklyn Nets at the Mexico
(Associated Press)

The Times’ top 25 boys’ basketball rankings.

1. SIERRA CANYON (7-0); at Akron (Ohio) St. Vincent-St. Mary on Saturday (last week, 1)

2. SANTA ANA MATER DEI (2-0); vs. West Torrance at Corona del Mar, Tuesday (2)

3. WINDWARD (7-0); vs. Muir, Wednesday (4)

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4. HARVARD-WESTLAKE (9-0); at Corona Centennial, Tuesday (5)

5. ST. ANTHONY (8-0); vs. Hesperia at St. John Bosco, Monday (6)

6. ST. BERNARD (7-0); vs. Santa Monica Pacifica Christian, Wednesday (19)

7. ETIWANDA (8-1); vs. Desert Pines at Pasadena CC, Saturday (3)

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8. FAIRFAX (5-0); vs. Palisades, Wednesday (8)

9. ST. JOHN BOSCO (5-1); vs. L.A. Jordan, Monday (10)

10. CORONA CENTENNIAL (4-1); vs. Harvard-Westlake, Tuesday (11)

11. HERITAGE CHRISTIAN (6-1); vs. Marshall at Alemany, Monday (20)

12. RANCHO CHRISTIAN (7-2); vs. Liberty at PCC, Saturday (13)

13. SANTA CLARITA CHRISTIAN (5-2); vs. Harvard-Westlake, Dec. 20 at Heritage Christian (12)

14. BIRMINGHAM (7-1); vs. Van Nuys, Tuesday (7)

15. RIVERSIDE POLY (0-0); vs. Colton, Today (14)

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16. CHAMINADE (8-0); at De La Salle tournament, Thursday (17)

17. MAYFAIR (4-2); at New York South Shore, Saturday (18)

18. RENAISSANCE (6-4); vs. El Camino Real at Beverly Hills, Monday (9)

19. BISHOP MONTGOMERY (6-2); at Carlsbad, Saturday (15)

20. WESTCHESTER (2-2); at Venice, Monday (16)

21. ROLLING HILLS PREP (5-0); at Wildwood, Tuesday (20)

22. JSERRA (7-2); vs. Vista Murrieta at Capo Valley Christ., Wednesday (NR)

23. DAMIEN (7-2); vs. Santa Fe Christian at Carlsbad, Saturday (22)

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24. TAFT (5-2); at Cleveland, Wednesday (25)

25. CAPISTRANO VALLEY (8-1); vs. Poway at Carlsbad, Saturday (NR)


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