High college boys’ basketball prime 25 rankings for the Southland

A take a look at the highest 25 highschool boys’ basketball groups within the Southland.

Rk. SCHOOL (W-L); Remark (rk. final week)

1. HARVARD-WESTLAKE (16-1); Trent Perry establishes himself as elite level guard (1)

2. BISHOP MONTGOMERY (17-0); Showdown with Harvard-Westlake on Saturday (4)

3. CORONA CENTENNIAL (11-3); There gained’t be any extra losses for weeks (2)

4. WEST RANCH (16-1); Takes on Etiwanda on Saturday (3)

5. SANTA ANA MATER DEI (12-2); Trinity League play begins this week (6)

6. SIERRA CANYON (13-3); Huge win over Bishop Gorman (7)

7. RANCHO CHRISTIAN (7-6); Kevin Patton Jr. was magnificent at Damien (25)

8. SHERMAN OAKS NOTRE DAME (9-5); Shedding after a 25-point lead raises uncertainty (5)

9. ST. JOHN BOSCO (14-3); Performs at Mater Dei on Friday (8)

10. JSERRA (13-3); Showdown with Mater Dei on Wednesday (12)

11. FOOTHILL (15-1); An excellent crew on the rise (24)

12. WALNUT (16-1); Mustangs overcame household tragedy to win Covina tourney (17)

13. ETIWANDA (11-3); Eagles making progress (13)

14. SANTA MARGARITA (14-2); Cameron McNamee making main impression (9)

15. VILLAGE CHRISTIAN (13-3); Crusaders hold competing effectively towards prime groups (15)

16. MIRA COSTA (16-1); Suffered shut loss to Mater Dei (18)

17. CAMPBELL HALL (10-5); Vikings gained division title at Damien (NR)

18. ANAHEIM CANYON (12-4); Accidents have harm Comanches (10)

19. ST. BERNARD (13-4); It was a studying week at Damien (11)

20. ROLLING HILLS PREP (14-5); Kenny Manzi having a giant season (NR)

21. NARBONNE (8-7); Adams brothers missed Damien tourney with sickness (16)

22. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (14-3); Huge week for sophomore Aaron Glass (14)

23. OXNARD (15-2); Showdown with Rio Mesa on Friday (22)

24. ST. PAUL (14-5); Maurice Wright is in starring position (NR)

25. DOWNEY (16-1); Vikings making an attempt to ship out coach Larry Shelton with a bang (NR)