1. West Valley (5-0): The Vikings remain at the top of our rankings following a win last week. West Valley won their fifth straight game after going on the road and beating Fresno 80-67 in their lone game of the week. West Valley has started off the season hot and the Vikings have wins over two ranked teams and have looked to be the best team in the state in the early season. This week, the Vikings will be in action one time as West Valley will host Marin on Tuesday.
2. Yuba (3-0): The 49ers remain put at number two following a week off. Yuba has started the season off with three straight wins and have not been tested as all three wins have been blowouts. The 49ers will have this week off again, and return to action on November 28th at home against 5th ranked San Francisco.
3. Cabrillo (6-0): The Seahawks move up two spots in our rankings and move to number three in our week three rankings. Cabrillo picked up wins against Feather River, Santa Rosa and Shasta and have now won six straight games to start the season. Cabrillo is another team from the Coast South that is undefeated and the Seahawks have a victory against one ranked team defeating Merced earlier this season. This week, the Seahawks are in action one time as Cabrillo will host Cuesta on Saturday and look for their seventh straight win.
4. Chabot (6-2): The Gladiators move up three spots and re enter our top five and take over the number four spot in week three. Chabot knocked off Pasadena, Glendale and Los Angeles City and the Gladiators continue to play well against teams from Southern California. Chabot has two losses against San Diego and Fullerton but have started the season off winning six of their first eight games and are on a three game winning streak. Chabot will be off this week and return to action on November 30th when the Gladiators face 13th ranked Irvine Valley.
5. San Francisco (6-1): The Rams drop two spots in the rankings and move to number five in our week 3 Norcal rankings. San Francisco lost to Los Angeles Southwest but followed that up with a win over Sequoias on the road and won their sixth game in seven outings. The Rams have been solid to start the season and are a standout team in the state. The Rams will be off this week and San Francisco returns to action on November 28th on the road against 2nd ranked Yuba.
6. Sequoias (3-1): The Giants drop two spots in our rankings following a 1-1 week. Sequoias picked up a home win against Contra Costa but had a setback losing to San Francisco 84-71 in Visalia last week. The Giants have started the season winning three of four and have a victories over Allan Hancock, Cuesta and Contra Costa. This week, the Giants will take on 7th ranked San Jose on the road in their lone game of the week in a battle of teams within our top 10 in Northern California.
7. San Jose (7-1): The Jags drop one spot in the rankings after going 2-1 last week down in Santa Maria. San Jose picked up two wins against Santa Barbara and San Diego but had a setback as the Jaguars lost to Allan Hancock 68-65. San Jose has started the season off winning seven of eight and got a huge victory against San Diego. This week, the Jags will be challenged as San Jose will host 6th ranked Sequoias on Wednesday for their lone game of the week.
8. Columbia (6-0): The Claim Jumpers remain put at number eight after picking up a win last week. Columbia picked up a 82-81 win over Cosumnes River as they knocked off the Hawks for the second time this season. The Claim Jumpers have now started off the season with six straight wins and have not faced a ranked team yet this season but Columbia is showing they are an elite team in the state. This week, the Claim Jumpers will be in action twice as Columbia will take on Lassen on Saturday and follow that up with a game against Folsom Lake on Sunday to end their week.
9. Sacramento (6-0): The Panthers remain at number nine after winning the Mendocino Tournament last week. Sacramento picked up wins against Siskiyous, Mendocino and edged Los Medanos to win their sixth straight game to start the season. The Panthers have played solid basketball but have not faced a team within our rankings so far this season. This week, Sacramento will be off and the Panthers return to action on November 28th when they host Butte.
10. West Hills Lemoore (5-1): The Golden Eagles stay put in our week three rankings after posting another victory last week. West Hills Lemoore picked up a 71-48 victory over Hartnell and the Golden Eagles have now started the season winning five of their first six games to start the season. Lemoore has only lost one time and it came against top ranked Mt. San Jacinto from Southern California but the Golden Eagles are off to a hot start. This week Lemoore will be off and the Golden Eagles return to action on November 30th against Ohlone on the road in Fremont.
11. Monterey (5-0): The Lobos move up one spot in the rankings despite not having a game last week. Monterey has started off the season with five straight wins and are one of the three teams that are still undefeated in the Coast South Conference. The Lobos have not faced a team within our rankings but Monterey has been solid and this week the Lobos are off but will return to action on November 30th against Santa Barbara at home.
12. Las Positas (5-1): The Hawks move up one spot in the rankings after posting two victories this past week. Las Positas picked up wins against Reedley and Napa Valley and the Hawks have started off the season winning five out of their first six games. The Hawks have not faced a team with a winning record to start the season but are handling business as they should . This week, Las Positas will take on Marin on the road on Wednesday for their lone game of the week.
13. Merced (6-1): The Blue Devils move up one spot in the rankings and are now posted at number thirteen in our week three rankings. Last week, Merced picked up wins against San Mateo and Foothill and have now started the season winning six of their first seven games and have won four games in a row. The Blue Devils only loss came against Cabrillo and Merced has posted a good win against Skyline. This week, the Blue Devils will look for their fifth straight win as Merced will host Hartnell on Tuesday in their lone game of the week.
14. Skyline (5-1): The Trojans move up one spot in the rankings after picking up two wins last week. Skyline cruised past Foothill and beat Marin as the Trojans won two games last week. Since dropping their opener to Merced, the Trojans have won five games straight and are playing good basketball. This week, the Trojans will be in action one time as Skyline will host Napa Valley on Wednesday.
15. Ohlone (5-2): The Renegades come into the rankings despite going 1-1 last week. Ohlone picked up a win against Napa Valley but had a set back against Gavilan. The Renegades have started the season off winning five of their first seven and come into our rankings for the first time this season. Ohlone will be on the floor one time this week as the Renegades will face Merritt on Wednesday.
Signaling a Light: Canada (4-1), Folsom Lake (3-1),