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The Times’ top 25 boys’ basketball rankings

Beverly Hills High basketball coach Jarvis Turner sits on the bench.
Beverly Hills High basketball coach Jarvis Turner is hosting a 24-team tournament this week.
(Eric Sondheimer / Los Angeles Times)
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A look The Times’ top 25 boys’ basketball teams in the Southland:

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

1. CORONA CENTENNIAL (5-1); Big game on Saturday at Bishop Gorman (1)

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2. HARVARD-WESTLAKE (8-0); Junior guard Trent Perry is the real deal (2)

3. BISHOP MONTGOMERY (7-0); Knights waiting to be tested (3)

4. WEST RANCH (6-0); 26 consecutive Foothill League victories (4)

5. SHERMAN OAKS NOTRE DAME (6-1); Dusty Stromer scored 30 points vs. DeMatha (7)

6. SIERRA CANYON (4-1); 53-44 win over San Joaquin Memorial (6)

7. MATER DEI (3-1); Went 1-1 on trip to London (5)

8. ST. JOHN BOSCO (5-0); Point guard Elzie Harrington keeps thriving (8)

9. ST. BERNARD (4-0); Big week ahead at Beverly Hills tournament (9)

10. ANAHEIM CANYON (6-0); Jaden Goodall is averaging 20.2 points (10)

11. JSERRA (4-0); Plays Newport Harbor on Tuesday (13)

12. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (9-0); Won IE Classic behind Shadale Knight (NR)

13. ETIWANDA (5-1); Curtis Williams had 20 points in title game loss (12)

14. RANCHO CHRISTIAN (2-3); Facing one tough team after another (11)

15. SANTA MARGARITA (6-1); Productive trip to Northern California (14)

16. HERITAGE CHRISTIAN (4-0); Playing in Pacifica tourney this week (15)

17. NARBONNE (3-1); Marcus Adams Jr. is a man among boys (18)

18. FAIRMONT PREP (8-0); Showdown with unbeaten Walnut on Monday (17)

19. BEVERLY HILLS (6-0); Jameson Caruso, Jon Mani are top duo (21)

20. CAMPBELL HALL (4-1); Lost to La Mirada on Saturday (16)

21. COLONY (5-0); Denzel Hines is off to great start (19)

22. VILLAGE CHRISTIAN (8-1); Defeated Oak Park for tourney title (20)

23. OXNARD (4-0); Reese Widerburg made nine threes vs. Crespi (NR)

24. ST. FRANCIS (7-1); Rolling up wins in preparation for Mission League (23)

25. MIRA COSTA (10-0); Dylan Black is coming through (NR)


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