1. West Valley (13-0): The Vikings are showing they are legit state title contenders following a huge week where the Saratoga based school won three games. West Valley beat Merritt 80-44, followed that up with a 81-63 win over Delta and demolished San Francisco 99-57 in the championship game of the Tristan Hill Tournament hosted by San Joaquin Delta. The Vikings have now won 13 straight to start the season and have put together a 6-0 record against teams that have winning record and have put together wins on their resume against San Diego, Fullerton and Chabot as well. West Valley will return to action on December 30th when the Vikings will face 12th ranked Skyline at home.

2. Cabrillo (12-0): The Seahawks remain put at number two in Northern California following another big win. Cabrillo put up 100 points again as the Seahawks went on the road and demolished Alameda 110-56 as Cabrillo has scored 100 or more points in six straight games and hit the century mark eight times this season. Cabrillo is 3-0 against teams that have a winning record this season and are 2-0 against teams ranked inside of our week six rankings. This week the Seahawks will go on the road and face Ohlone on Tuesday for their lone game of the week.

3. Chabot (11-3): The Gladiators move up one spot in the rankings after posting two wins last week. Chabot picked up two home wins last week as the Gladiators beat Gavilan 77-69 and followed that up with a 88-79 win over Diablo Valley. Chabot has put together a 3-3 record against teams that have a winning record but the Gladiators losses have come against quality opponents as Chabot has losses against West Valley, San Diego and Fullerton this season. This week, Chabot will be off and the Gladiators return to action on December 29th at home when they will face College of the Marin.

4. San Francisco (10-3): The Rams drop one spot in the rankings after posting a 2-1 week at the Tristan Hill Tournament hosted by San Joaquin Delta. San Francisco picked a 70-53 win over Butte, followed that up with a 81-67 win in the semi finals but suffered a big loss against top ranked West Valley 99-57 in the championship game. This season the Rams are 6-3 against teams that have a winning record with their losses coming against Yuba, West Valley and Los Angeles Southwest this season. The Rams will be off this week and will return to action on December 28th when they host Siskiyous.

5. Sequoias (9-2): The Giants remain put in the rankings following a win last week. Sequoias came up big and picked up a win against Cerritos 71-68 as the Giants continue to pick up close wins. Sequoias has won their last three games by a combined total of 8 points and are 5-1 this season in games decided by five points or fewer. This season the Giants are 3-2 against teams that have put together winning records with both those losses coming against City College of San Francisco. This week, the Giants will be in action one time as Sequoias will host Gavilan in Visalia on Wedensday.

6. San Jose (12-2): The Jags remain put at number six in the rankings following another three wins last week. San Jose picked up a 61-52 win over Porterville, knocked off Ohlone 75-59 and ended their weekend with a 77-70 win over Siskiyous as the Jags have now won five straight games and are the third Coast South team to be ranked inside of our top 10. This season the Jags have put together a 5-2 record against teams that have a winning record with their losses coming against Sequoias and Allan Hancock. San Jose has a victory over San Diego and the Jags will have this week off and return to action on December 30th when they will go on the road and face 4th ranked San Francisco.

7. Yuba (10-2): The 49ers move up one spot in the rankings following a three win week where Yuba won the Kris Kringle Tournament hosted by Santa Rosa. Yuba knocked off Copper Mountain 84-73, Redwoods 87-85 and won the championship game over Pasadean 61-59 as the 49ers last two wins were by four points combined. Yuba continues to play solid basketball and this season the 49ers are 4-1 against teams that have a winning record. This week, the 49ers will be in action twice as Bay Valley Conference play gets underway as Yuba will face Solano on Tuesday and follow that up with a home game against Marin on Thursday.

8. Merced (11-1): The Blue Devils move up another spot this week despite having the week off with movement above them. Merced has won eleven of twelve to start the season and are on a nine game winning streak. The Blue Devils lone loss this season was against Cabrillo and Merced has put together a 2-1 record against teams that have a winning record this season with those wins coming against Foothill and Skyline. This week, the Blue Devils will be in action one time as Merced will travel to Redwood City and face Canada tonight.

9. Sacramento (11-1): The Panther move up one spot in the rankings following a win last week. Sacramento picked up a 101-91 home win over Los Medanos as the Panthers have now started the season off winning 11 of 12. This season, Sacramento has put together a 4-0 record against teams that have a winning record but have yet to beat a team that is ranked within our Signal The Light Basketball rankings. This week, the Panthers will open up Big 8 Conference action as Sacramento will host Diablo Valley on Wednesday for their lone game of the week.

10. West Hills Lemoore (11-2): The Golden Eagles move up one spot and into our top 10 for week 6. This past week, West Hills Lemoore went on the road and picked up a huge 86-78 win over Citrus in Southern California. The Golden Eagles continue to play great basketball and have shown that they can play with anyone in the state. This season the Golden Eagles are 2-2 against teams that have a winning record and have faced good competition this season. This week, the Golden Eagles will face 12th ranked Skyline at home on Thursday for their lone game of the week.

11. Columbia (11-2): The Claim Jumpers move down four spots from last weeks rankings after suffering a loss last week. Columbia went on the road and lost to unranked Gavilan and the Claim Jumpers have now lost two of their last three games. This season, Columbia has put together a 4-1 record against teams that have winning records but have not posted a victory against anyone within our rankings. This week, the Claim Jumpers will face Contra Costa on Friday at home for their lone game of the week.

12. Skyline (10-2): The Trojans move up one spot in the rankings after posting a victory last week. Skyline went on the road and won their fourth straight game with a 92-72 victory over Solano. The Trojans are 2-2 against teams that have put together winning records but have not posted a win against anyone within our rankings. This week, the Trojans will be in action one time as Skyline will travel to the central valley and face 10th ranked West Hills Lemoore on Thursday.

13. Las Positas (11-3): The Hawks move up two spots in the rankings after posting two wins last week. Las Positas ended their two game losing streak after picking up wins against Folsom Lake and Porterville last week. This season the Hawks have put together a 1-2 record against teams that have a winning record and have not beat anyone within our week six rankings. This week, Las Positas will be off before returning to action on December 29th when they will face Solano at home.

14. Los Medanos (7-5): The Mustangs return to the rankings after going 1-1 last week. Los Medanos lost against Sacramento but picked up a win against San Mateo to end their week. This season the Mustangs have put together a 1-5 record against teams that have a winning record but 4 of those 5 losses are against teams that are ranked within our rankings. This week, the Mustangs will start conference play up with a road game against Mendocino on Tuesday.

15. Monterey (11-3): The Lobos drop three spots in the rankings following a 1-2 week. Monterey had their four game winning streak snapped as the Lobos picked up a win against Siskiyous but faltered against unranked Porterville and Allan Hancock where the Lobos struggled to score points. This season Monterey has posted a 2-2 record against teams that have a winning record this season. This week, the Lobos will be off and wont return to action until January 2nd when Monterey will face 9th ranked Merced on the road.

Signaling a Light: Santa Rosa (8-4), Cosumnes River (7-5), Canada (7-4), Ohlone (8-6), Foothill (8-6), Redwoods (9-7).