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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.

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

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

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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