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Inland high school boys basketball rankings, Feb . 12

By in Press Enterprise on February 13, 2018

By Eric-Paul Johnson

Here are the Inland area’s boys basketball rankings at the conclusion of the regular season.

1. RANCHO CHRISTIAN (26-2)
The Eagles have qualified for the Open Division playoffs for the first time.
Previous ranking: 1
Up next: Friday vs. Sierra Canyon at Temecula Valley

2. ETIWANDA (27-1)
The Eagles went unbeaten in the Baseline League to secure Open Division spot.
Previous ranking: 2
Up next: Friday vs. Santa Margarita

3. DAMIEN (22-6)
The Spartans will be among the teams to watch in the Division 1 playoffs.
Previous ranking: 4
Up next: Wednesday at Temecula Valley

4. CAJON (21-6)
The Cowboys’ average margin of victory in Citrus Belt League play was 23.5 points.
Previous ranking: 5
Up next: Wednesday vs. El Toro

5. CHINO HILLS (16-11)
The Huskies do have two wins over Damien, but loss to Los Osos caused a drop.
Previous ranking: 3
Up next: Wednesday vs. Inglewood

6. CENTENNIAL (18-10)
The Huskies reclaimed the Big VIII League championship in undefeated fashion.
Previous ranking: 6
Up next: Wednesday vs. Los Alamitos

7. ROOSEVELT (23-3)
The Mustangs had leads during the fourth quarter in all three of their losses.
Previous ranking: 7
Up next: Wednesday vs. Peninsula

8. NORTH (22-2)
The Huskies defended their home court and clinched the Inland Valley League title.
Previous ranking: 8
Up next: Wednesday vs. Santa Monica

9. NOTRE DAME (23-3)
The Titans rolled through the Ambassador League to secure top seed in Division 3A.
Previous ranking: 9
Up next: Wednesday vs. Palm Springs

10. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (19-9)
The Cougars lost twice last week, but they still own two wins over Rancho Verde.
Previous ranking: 10
Up next: Wednesday at Bonita

11. RANCHO VERDE (19-9)
The Mustangs will begin defense of the Division 1 championship Wednesday night.
Previous ranking: 11
Up next: Wednesday vs. La Mirada

12. RIVERSIDE POLY (20-7)
Previous ranking: 12
The Bears fell short of a league title but will contend for the Division 2A title.
Up next: Wednesday at Beaumont

13. HILLCREST (25-3)
The Trojans look to add to their win total, which already is a program record.
Previous ranking: 13
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