BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL: This week’s rankings

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Above: Renaissance Academy center Anthony Stover has helped the Wildcats stay on top.

BOYS BASKETBALL
Star-News Top 10
Records before Tuesday’s games
1. Renaissance Academy (21-2) May not be tested against until playoffs
2. Pasadena (17-5) Catching fire at the right time
3. La Canada (16-7) Rolling through Rio Hondo League
4. Maranatha (14-7) Stinging over loss at Pacific Hills
5. Alhambra (13-9) Tough loss at Schurr
6. Pasadena Poly (14-4) Caught at home by Webb
7. Flintridge Prep (16-4) Back on winning track
8. Marshall (14-7) Still flying high after upsetting Pacific Hills
9. Keppel (11-12) Suffered back-to-back league losses
10. Temple City (12-10) In a fight for second place in league

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Above: Muir’s Brittany Henderson has been a big reason the Mustangs are on top.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Star-News Top 10
Records before Tuesday’s games
1. Muir (19-1) Mustangs on a nine-game streak
2. Keppel (15-7) Aztecs have rolled off seven in a row
3. Flintridge Prep (17-5) Healthy and on a nine-game streak
4. Blair (15-5) Has won seven of eight
5. Monrovia (13-9) Injuries taking their toll in league
6. Maranatha (17-5) Has dropped two consecutive games
7. South Pasadena (14-5) Pulling it back together
8. La Canada (12-10) Trying to stay near top of league
9. Gabrielino (16-6) Has won six of seven
10. Alhambra (12-8) Has dropped three of four

ICE SKATING: Nagasu reigns supreme

Arcadia freshman wins skating title

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ST. PAUL, MN – JANUARY 26: Mirai Nagasu competes in the free skate portion of the ladies event during the US Figure Skating Championships January 26, 2008 at the Xcel Energy Center in St Paul, Minnesota. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

Question: What are your thoughts on the rule that she can’t compete at the World Championships in March because she isn’t 15 yet?
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