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The Times’ high school basketball rankings: Centennial still No. 1

Basketballs in a rack on the court.
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A look at the top 25 high school boys’ basketball teams in the Southland:

Rk. SCHOOL (W-L); Comment (last week)

1. CORONA CENTENNIAL (14-1); Junior Devin Williams is getting noticed (1)

2. SIERRA CANYON (12-1); Headed to Missouri this weekend (2)

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3. RIVERSIDE POLY (17-1); Surprise Open Division team so far (4)

4. DAMIEN (17-1); Back to work this week after canceled games (5)

5. HARVARD-WESTLAKE (14-2); Upset loss to S.O. Notre Dame (3)

6. CREAN LUTHERAN (12-1) Vyctorius Miller picks up USC offer (6)

7. ROLLING HILLS PREP (13-1) Benny Gealer makes this team go (7)

8. MATER DEI (15-2); Zack Davidson continues to deliver big games (8)

9. S.O. NOTRE DAME (15-3); Ben Shtolzberg regains scoring touch (15)

10. COLONY (13-1) Three games this week (9)

11. BISHOP MONTGOMERY (11-1); vs. St. Bernard on Saturday (10)

12. ETIWANDA (10-4); vs. Chino Hills on Tuesday (11)

13. SANTA MARGARITA (12-0); Eagles keep finding ways to win (13)

14. ST. BERNARD (9-3); Del Rey League play begins (12)

15. GARDENA SERRA (13-4); Jeremy Dent-Smith having big season (18)

16. ST. JOHN BOSCO (12-6); Young players learning about Trinity League (14)

17. CROSSROADS (9-4); Junior Isaiah Chappell a player to watch (19)

18. HERITAGE CHRISTIAN (11-3); Malik Moore injury hurts Warriors (16)

19. TAFT (9-1); Face Santa Clarita Christian on Saturday (17)

20. ANAHEIM CANYON (16-3); Freshman Brandon Benjamin averaging 18.1 points (20)

21. ST. ANTHONY (7-3); COVID pause ends Wednesday (21)

22. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (17-2); vs. Etiwanda on Friday (22)

23. WINDWARD (13-1); Freshmen continue to come through (23)

24. FOOTHILL (16-1); Friday showdown with Anaheim Canyon (24)

25. GREAT OAK (15-2); vs. Vista Murrieta on Tuesday (25)


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