Hornets still at one as week 10 starts

Week 10 Regular Season Southern California Signal The Light Basketball Rankings

1. Fullerton (18-1): The Hornets remain at the top spot in our rankings after picking up three wins last week. Fullerton picked up wins over Santa Ana, Irvine Valley and Cypress and moved to 8-0 in Orange Empire Conference action. This season, the Hornets are 10-1 against teams that have a winning record, and Fullerton is 8-1 against teams ranked inside our week 10 rankings. This upcoming week, the Hornets will be in action one time as Fullerton will take on Golden West on the road on Wednesday night.

2. Ventura (17-2): The Pirates move up one spot in the rankings after going 2-0 last week. Ventura picked up wins over Cuesta and Santa Barbara for their 5th straight win. Ventura has put together a 5-2 record against teams with a winning record and the Pirates are 3-2 against teams that are ranked inside our week 10 rankings. This upcoming week, the Pirates will face Moorpark at home tonight and follow that up with a road game against Los Angeles Pierce on Saturday.

3. San Diego (17-3): The Knights move up one spot in the rankings after picking up two wins last week. San Diego picked up a win against Cuyamaca and San Diego Mesa in their two games last week. San Diego has a 7-3 record against teams that have a winning record and the Knights are 3-3 against teams that are ranked within our week 10 rankings. This week the Knights will face Southwestern at home tonight, follow that up with a home game against Imperial Valley on Wednesday.

4. Santaigo Canyon (15-2): The Hawks drop two spots in the rankings following a 1-1 week. Santiago Canyon lost to Cypress and picked up a double overtime victory over Saddleback in OEC action. This season, Santiago Canyon has put together a 7-1 record against teams that have a winning record and the Hawks are 3-0 against teams that are ranked in our week 10 rankings. This week, the Hawks will face Golden West on tehe road tonight and follow that up with another game at home on Friday against Golden West.

5. San Bernardino (13-4): The Wolverines remain at number five in the rankings after picking up two wins last week. San Bernardino cruised victories over Chaffey and Desert and moved to 5-1 in Inland Empire Conference action. This season the Wolverines are 6-3 against teams that have a winning record and San Bernardino is 5-3 against teams that are ranked within our week 10 rankings. This week, the Wolverines will face Desert on the road tonight, follow that up with a home game against Copper Mountain on Wednesday and end their week with a home game against Palo Verde on Saturday.

6. West Los Angeles (16-3): The Wildcats stay put in the rankings after going 2-0 last week. West Los Angeles picked up wins against Santa Monica and Glendale and remained undefeated in Western State South conference action. This season the Wildcats have posted a 5-3 record against teams with winning records and have a 3-3 record against teams within our week 10 rankings. This week the Wildcats will face Antelope Valley on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with another road game against 8th ranked Citrus on Saturday night.

7. East Los Angeles (17-4): The Huskies stay put at number seven after picking up a win last week. East Los Angeles cruised past Pasadena 115-58 for their ninth straight win in their lone game of the week. This season the Huskies have put together a 7-4 record against teams that have a winning record and are 4-4 against teams that are ranked within our week 10 rankings. This upcoming week, the Huskies will take on 9th ranked Mt. San Antonio at home on Wednesday and follow that up with back to back games against Rio Hondo on Friday and Saturday.

8. Citrus (15-5): The Owls stay put at number eight following a three win week. Citrus picked up wins against Bakersfield, Glendale and Los Angeles Valley for the sixth straight win. The Owls have won 8 of their last 9 and have a 6-5 record against teams that have a winning record. Citrus is 4-4 against teams that are ranked within our week 10 rankings. This upcoming week, the Owls will face Santa Monica at home tonight face Bakersfield on the road on Wednesday and end their week with a home game against 7th ranked West Los Angeles on Saturday night with a chance to stay in the hunt for their conference championship aspirations.

9. Mt. San Antonio (13-4): The Mounties stay put at number nine in the rankings following a win last week. Mt. San Antonio went on the road and beat Los Angeles Trade Tech for their sixth straight win in their lone game of the week. This season the Mounties have a 3-3 record against teams that have a winning record and Mt. San Antonio is 2-3 against teams ranked inside our rankings. This upcoming week, the Mounties will face 7th ranked East Los Angeles in a huge game on the road on Wednesday and follow that up with another road game against Pasadena on Friday evening.

10. Los Angeles Southwest (14-5): The Cougars stay put at number 10 in the rankings following three wins last week. Los Angeles Southwest beat Los Angeles Trade Tech, Compton and Los Angeles Harbor and scored over 100 points in 2 of those contest winning their fourth game in a row. This season, the Cougars are 2-5 against teams that have a winning record and Los Angeles Southwest has posted a 1-5 record against teams within our week 10 rankings. This upcoming week, the Cougars will face El Camino on Wednesday on the road and follow that up with another road game against 12th ranked Cerritos on Friday evening.

11. Riverside (13-6): The Tigers jump two spots after picking up three wins last week in Orange Empire Conference action. Riverside picked up wins against Golden West, Santa Ana and Orange Coast as Riverside improved to 6-2 in conference play. This season the Tigers are 4-5 against teams that have winning records and Riverside is 3-5 against teams that are ranked within our week 10 rankings. This upcoming week, Riverside will take on Orange Coast on the road tonight, follow that up with a road game against a dangerous Cypress team and finish the week off at home against 13th ranked Irvine Valley on Friday evening.

12. Cerritos (11-6): The Falcons move up three spots in the rankings after picking up two wins last week. Cerritos beat Long Beach and El Camino and remained undefeated in South Coast South Conference action. The Falcons have won five straight and are 4-4 against teams that have a winning record and Cerritos has put together a 2-3 record against teams within our week 10 rankings. This week, Cerritos will face Compton at home on Wednesday and follow that up with a home game against 10th ranked Los Angeles Southwest on Friday evening.

13. Irvine Valley (11-6): The Lasers drop two spots in the rankings after going 1-1 last week. Irvine Valley lost to Fullerton but picked up a win against Golden West in conference play last week. This season the Lasers have put together a 3-6 record against teams with a winning record and Irvine Valley is 1-6 against teams that are ranked within our week 10 rankings. This week, the Lasers will face Cypress at home tonight, travel to Santa Ana on Wednesday and end their week with another road game against 11th ranked Riverside on Friday night.

14. Cerro Coso (15-4): The Coyotes come back into the rankings after winning two games last week. Cerro Coso picked up wins against Victor Valley and Mt. San Jacinto and the Coyotes have won eight of their last ten games. This season Cerro Coso has put up a 3-3 record against teams that have a winning record. The Coyotes are 1-3 against teams that are ranked within our week 10 rankings. This week, Cerro Coso will face Chaffey on the road on Wednesday for their lone game of the week.

15. San Diego Miramar (13-6): The Jets re enter our rankings and round off our last spot for our week 10 rankings after picking up three wins last week. Miramar picked up wins against Cuyamaca, Palomar and Southwestern as the Jets have won four of their last five games. This season the Jets are 4-5 against teams that have a winning record and Miramar is 2-2 against teams that are ranked in our week 10 rankings. This week, the Jets will be in action twice as Miramar will face Grossmont on the road tonight and follow that up with a home game against Imperial Valley on Friday.

Signaling a Light: Copper Mountain (8-9), Mt. San Jacinto (9-9), Cypress (12-7), Saddleback (11-8), Palomar (11-7),