1. West Valley (4-0): The Vikings have started the season off hotter than a summer day in Phoenix. West Valley has won four straight to start the season and the Vikings have wins against Solano, Sierra from Northern California and then followed that up with two big times wins against San Diego and Fullerton down in Southern California. West Valley is going to a tough team to beat and this week, the Vikings will play road warriors again as they will be on the road on Friday night against 11th ranked Fresno in their lone game of the week.
2. Yuba (3-0): The 49ers remain at number two in our rankings following three straight wins to start the season. Yuba has victories over San Joaquin Delta, Lassen and Siskiyous to start the season and the closest game has been an 18 point victory against Delta. Yuba will be off this week and will return to action on November 28th when the 49ers will face 3rd ranked San Francisco on November 28th.
3. San Francisco (5-0): The Rams have started off the season hot as and remain at number three in our rankings to start the season. San Francisco has opened up the season with five straight wins and have put up 90 points or more in all five games. The Rams have wins against Marin, Santa Rosa, Santa Monica, San Bernardino and Moorpark to start the season. This week, it will not get any easier for the Rams as San Francisco will take on Los Angeles Southwest on Thursday and follow that up with a road game in Visalia against 4th ranked Sequoias on Friday evening.
4. Sequoias (2-0): The Giants remain at number four in our rankings following a solid opening weekend. Sequoias picked up wins against Hancock and Cuesta on their trip to the coast and have started off the season winning two straight games. This week, the Giants will take on Contra Costa on Thursday and follow that up with a huge game against 3rd ranked San Francisco in a showdown between two top five teams in Northern California.
5. Cabrillo (3-0): The Hawks move into our top five going into week two in our Northern California rankings. Cabrillo has started off the season winning their first three games of the season as the Hawks have wins against Mendocino, Delta and Merced and have posted 90 or more points three times and clipped the 100 point mark twice. Cabrillo has shown that can score the basketball and the Seahawks will be in action three times this week as Cabrillo will face Feather River on Thursday, Santa Rosa on Friday and then take on Shasta on Saturday to end their three game week.
6. San Jose (5-0): The Jags move up two spots in our rankings and are off to another hot start in the 23-24 season. San Jose has picked up wins against Palo Verde, Feather River, San Mateo, Diablo Valley and Redwoods to start the season for five straight wins. This week, the Jags will be tested as San Jose will face 5th ranked Allan Hancock on Friday, then take on top ranked San Diego and end their week against Santa Barbara as they will face two ranked Southern California opponents.
7. Chabot (3-2): The Gladiators drop two spots in our rankings after a 3-2 start to their season. Chabot won their first three games of the season as the Gladiators knocked off Modesto, Middlebrooks Academy and a triple overtime win against a tough Fresno team. Last weekend, Chabot went down to San Diego and lost against two very good teams from Southern California in Fullerton and San Diego and will look to have a better showing this weekend down in Socal. Chabot will take on 11th ranked Pasadena on Thursday, follow that up with a game against Glendale and end their weekend with a game against Los Angeles City College.
8. Columbia (5-0): The ClaimJumpers move up one spot in our rankings after a hot start to the season. Columbia has won five straight games to start the season and have picked up wins against Siskiyous, Cosumnes River, American River, Butte and Modesto to start the season. Columbia has held all five opponents to 65 points or less and have been a force at the defensive end. This week, the Claim Jumpers will be in action one time as the Sonora based school will take on Cosumnes River on Saturday.
9. Sacramento (3-0): The Panthers move into our top ten and move up three spots in our week 2 rankings after starting the season off undefeated. Sacramento has started the season off with three straight wins as the Panthers have victories over Redwoods, Napa Valley and Solano and have eclipsed the 90 point mark two of three games. Sacramento will have three games this week and will be at the Mendocino Invitational tournament and will face Siskiyous on Thursday in opening day action.
10. West Hills Lemoore (4-1): The Golden Eagles move up three spots in our rankings following a hot start to their season. West Hills Lemoore has started the season winning four of their first five games including four straight to start the season. The Golden Eagles have posted victories against Cuesta, Los Angeles Harbor, Cypress, and Imperial Valley but had a set back against a very good Mt. San Jacinto team that is ranked in the top 5 in Southern California. This week, Lemoore will be in action one time as the Golden Eagles will face Hartnell on Friday in their lone game of the week.
11. Fresno (3-1): The Rams drop one spot in our rankings after starting the season winning three of their first four games. Fresno picked up wins against Alameda, Ohlone and Oxnard and lost their lone game of the season in a triple overtime loss against Chabot on November 4th. Fresno has got off to a solid start and the Rams will be in action twice this upcoming week. The Rams will host top ranked West Valley on Friday and follow that up with a road game against San Joaquin Delta on Saturday.
12. Monterey (5-0): The Lobos jump three spots in the rankings after a hot start to their season. Monterey has opened up with five straight wins and the Lobos are doing on it on the defensive side of the ball and they have not gave up 70 points all season. Monterey has victories against Lassen, Palo Verde, Feather River, Canada and Napa Valley and are off to a great start. Monterey will have this week off and will next be in action on November 30th against Santa Barbara.
13. Las Positas (3-1): The Hawks drop two spots in our rankings after going 3-1 to start the season. Las Positas has victories against Butte, Cosumnes River and Lassen but suffered a 20 point home loss against American River on November 3rd. Las Positas has won three of four to start the season and this week, the Hawks will be in action twice as they will face Reedley on Wednesday and follow that up with a road game against Napa Valley on Friday.
14. Merced (4-1): The Blue Devils enter our rankings for the first time this season and are our fifth team ranked from the Central Valley Conference. Merced has started the season winning four of their first five and have been solid to start the season. Merced has victories over Skyline, Sierra, Modesto and Butte and have one loss against Cabrillo. The Blue Devils will be in action twice this week as Merced will take on San Mateo on Thursday and follow that up with another game against Foothill the day after.
15. Skyline (3-1): The Trojans enter our rankings as the last team being ranked at number fifteen after a good start to the season. Skyline lost their season opener against Merced but since then have won three straight games. Skyline picked up wins against Merritt, Alameda and Los Medanos and have played good to start the season. This week, the Trojans will take on Foothill tonight, and follow that up with a home game against Marin on Friday in action this week.