Maranatha boys hoops ranked No. 2

Boys basketball rankings

Division 2AA
1. Thousand Oaks
2. Glendora
3. Canyon/Anaheim
4. Ayala
5. Lawndale
6. Mira Costa
7. Keppel
8. Elsinore
9. Whittier
10. Redlands
11. Summit
12. Tesoro
13. West Ranch
14. Ventura
15. Canyon/Canyon Country
16. AB Miller

Division 3AA
1. Damien
2. Sonora
3. Gahr
4. Bonita
5. San Marcos
6. Los Altos
7. Arlington
8. Diamond Ranch
9. La Sierra
10. Palm Springs
11. Buena Park
12. Sultana
13. El Dorado
14. Pasadena
15. Yorba Linda
16. Northwood

Division 3A
1. Cathedral
2. Cantwell Sacred Heart
3. Alemany
T4. Corona del Mar
T4. Tahquitz
6. Bishop Amat
7. Beverly Hills
8. Esperanza
9. La Canada
10. Wilson/Hacienda Heights
11. Servite
12. Hoover
13. South Pasadena
14. Pioneer
15. Gabrielino
T16. Antelope Valley
T16. Pacifica/Garden G

Division 4AA
1. Bishop Montgomery
2. Orange Lutheran
3. Chaminade
4. Crespi
5. Mission Prep
6. Harvard-Westlake
7. Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks
8. Morningside
9. St. Francis
10. JSerra
11. Oaks Christian
12. Muir
13. Atascadero
14. Rancho Mirage
15. Workman
16. Covina

Division 4A
1. Campbell Hall
2. Maranatha
3. Buckley
4. Bosco Tech
5. Valley Christian/Cerritos
6. St. Genevieve
7. Trinity Classical
8. Paraclete
9. Crean Lutheran
10. Whittier Christian
11. La Salle
12. St. Monica Catholic
13. Riverside Prep
14. Heritage Christian
T15. St. Bonaventure
T15. San Gabriel Academy

Division 5AA
1. Sierra Canyon
2. Brentwood
3. Windward
4. Viewpoint
5. Saddleback Valley Christian
6. Crossroads
7. St. Joseph/Santa Maria
8. New Community Jewish
9. St. Margaret’s
10. Yeshiva
11. Providence
12. Loma Linda Academy
T13. Oakwood
T13. Chadwick
15. Woodcrest Christian
16. Flintridge Prep

Division 6
1. Price
2. Orangewood Academy
3. Hesperia Christian
4. California Lutheran
5. Los Angeles Adventist
6. Rio Hondo Prep
7. Joshua Springs
8. Apple Valley Christian
9. Upland Christian
10. Valley Christian/Santa Maria
11. Lee Vining
12. Acaciawood Academy
13T. Antelope Valley Christian
13T. Besant Hill
15. Shandon
16. Cornerstone Christian/Hemet

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Maranatha, Renaissance on boys open division hoops watch list

Teams on the list:

Alemany
Mater Dei
Beverly Hills
Mayfair
Bishop Montgomery
Millikan
Brentwood
North, JW
Campbell Hall
Oak Park
Cantwell Sacred Heart
Orange Lutheran
Cathedral
Peninsula
Centennial/Corona
Poly/Long Beach
Chaminade
Price
Chino Hills
Redondo Union
Compton
Renaissance Academy
Crespi
Roosevelt
Damien
Sierra Canyon
Diamond Ranch
Sonora
Etiwanda
Santa Margarita
La Mirada
St. John Bosco
Lawndale
Thousand Oaks
Los Alamitos
Tustin
Loyola
Village Christian
Maranatha
Windward

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South Pasadena second, Keppel, Flintridge Prep third in girls hoops polls

CIF-SS girls basketball polls

Division 2AA
1. Redondo Union
2. Mira Costa
3. Mark Keppel
4. Santa Barbara
5. Eisenhower
T6. Oak Hills
T6. Summit
8. Tesoro
9. Norco
10. Arroyo Grande
11. Canyon/Canyon Country
12. Woodbridge
13. Thousand Oaks
14. West Covina
15. Walnut
16. San Gabriel

Division 3AA
1.Brea Olinda
2. North Torrance
3. El Dorado
4. Corona del Mar
5. Northwood
6. Sonora
7. Antelope Valley
8. Esperanza
9. South Hills
10. Gabrielino
11. Pacifica/Garden Grove
12. Gahr
13. La Sierra
14. Calabasas
15. Palm Springs
T16. Indio
T16. Torrance

Division 3A
1. Orange Lutheran
2. South Pasadena
3. Santa Margarita
4. Brentwood
T5. Barstow
T5. Lompoc
7. St. Joseph/Lakewood
8. Cabrillo/Lompoc
9. La Canada
10. El Segundo
11. Ocean View
12. Atascadero
13. Burroughs/Ridgecrest
14. Covina
15. Los Altos
16. Wilson/Hacienda Heights

Division 4AA
1. Serra Canyon
2. JSerra
3. Oaks Christian
4. Harvard-Westlake
5. Bishop Montgomery
6. St. Monica
7. Rosary
8. Duarte
9. Twentynine Palms
10. Louisville
11. Estancia
12. Flintridge Sacred Heart
13. St. Lucy’s Priory
14. Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks
15. Santa Ynez
16. Laguna Beach

Division 4A
1. Fairmont Prep
2. St. Paul
3. Cantwell Sacred Heart
4. Heritage Christian
5. Marymount
6. St. Anthony
7. Loma Linda Academy
8. Marlborough
9. AGBU/Canoga Park
10. St. Genevieve
11. Maranatha
12. Notre Dame/Riverside
13. Notre Dame Academy
14. Viewpoint
15. University Prep
T16. Sage Hill
T16. Paraclete

Division 5AA
1. Ribet Academy
2. Orangewood Academy
3. Flintridge Prep
4. Mission Prep
5. Providence
6. Aquinas
7. Santa Clara
8. St. Joseph/Santa Maria
9. Buckley
10. Village Christian
T11. Webb
T11. St. Pius-St. Mathias
13. Desert
14. Poly/Pasadena
15. Mary Star of the Sea
16. Valley Christian/Santa Maria

Division 6
1. Price
2. California Lutheran
3. Crossroads
4. La Sierra Academy
5. Cornerstone Christian/Hemet
6. Rio Hondo Prep
7. Palm Valley
8. St. Monica Academy
9. Hesperia Christian
10. Big Pine
11. Los Angeles Adventist
12. Renaissance Academy
13. Pilgrim
14. Baker Valley
15. Noli Indian
16. Apple Valley Christian

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Keppel girls on basketball open watch list

CIF-SS girls basketball open division watch list:
Keppel
Alemany
Mira Costa
Bishop Montgomery
Oaks Christian
Brea Olinda
Orange Lutheran
Burroughs/Burbank
Poly/Long Beach
Cajon
Redondo Union
Canyon Springs
Ribet Academy
Chaminade
Santa Barbara
Centennial/Corona
Serra
Etiwanda
Sierra Canyon
Fairmont Prep
St. Anthony
Foothill
Troy
Harvard/Westlake
Ventura
Lynwood
Vista Murrieta
West Torrance
Mater Dei
Windward
Millikan

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Pasadena Poly ranked first in water polo poll

Pasadena Poly is No. 1 in the CIF-SS girls water polo poll:

Division 5
1. Palm Desert
2. Los Altos
3. Rio Mesa
4. Yucaipa
5. Charter Oak
6. Cajon
7. Temple City
8. Monrovia
9. Redlands East Valley
10. Oxnard

Division 6
1. Pasadena Poly
2. Ocean View
3. Pacifica/Garden Grove
4. Santa Monica
5. Segerstrom
6. Cypress
7. Westridge
8. Mayfield
9. Tustin
10. Temescal Canyon

Other SGVN schools:
D2:
5. Montebello, 9. St. Lucy’s
D3: 8. La Serna
D4: 6. Bonita
D7: 12 San Dimas

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Arcadia, Maranatha girls soccer both ranked fifth

Arcadia, Maranatha ranked fifth in CIF-SS girls soccer polls

Division 4
1. Serrano
2. Oak Park
3. La Mirada
4. Alemany
5. Arcadia
6. Royal
7. Mayfair
8. San Marino
9. La Canada
10. Monrovia

Division 6
1. Temescal Canyon
2. Grand Terrace
3. Summit
4. Sierra Vista
5. Maranatha
6. Schurr
7. Patriot
8. Gabrielino
9. South El Monte
10. San Gorgonio

Other SGVN schools
D3:
7. South Hills
D5: T10. La Serna

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Monrovia still No. 1 in boys soccer

Monrovia and Pasadena Poly top this week’s CIF-SS Division 6 boys soccer poll:

1. Monrovia
2. Pasadena Poly
3. Ontario Christian
4. Nogales
5. Moreno Valley
6. Shadow Hills
7. Lennox Academy
8. La Canada
9. Arrowhead Christian
10. Maranatha
10. Flintridge Prep

Other SGVN schools”
D2: 8.California
D3: 8. Diamond Bar, 9. Damien
D4: 3. Sierra Vista
D5: 3. Charter Oak, 4. La Puente, T10. Diamond Ranch
D7: 6. Southlands Christian

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Pasadena’s Flores named to U.S. training camp team

Pasadena native Dennis Flores is one of 28 players that have been called up to the U.S. National soccer team’s January training camp.
The midfielder played one year at Pasadena High School, his freshman year. He played for numerous clubs, closing out his amateur career with Pasadena coach Cherif Zein’s club squad. He signed and played with Club Leon of the Mexican League.
Flores, 21, is among 12 players eligible to play on the under-23 squad. The players begin camp Monday at StubHub Center. The U.S. plays games against Chile on Jan. 28 and Panama on Feb. 8.

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Muir names Sims football coach

Antyone Sims has been named the Muir High School football coach, pending school board approval.

Sims was an assistant coach in charger of quarterbacks for the Mustangs last season. He previously served as an offensive and defensive coordinator at Muir and was the Duarte offensive coordinator. He graduated from Muir in 1998.

He replaces John Hardy Jr., who coached the Mustangs for three years. He was 25-11, reaching the CIF-SS semifinals in 2013. Last season Muir went 6-5 and lost to Cathedral, 36-22, in the first round of the playoffs.

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Westridge water polo off to 14-1 start

The surprise of the girls water polo season has been Westridge High School.

The Tigers of Pasadena lead the Prep League with a 4-0 record. But more impressively is that they are 14-1 and on a six-game winning streak.

“The girls are making history for the first time at Westridge,” first-year coach Robert Echeverria said. “The girls are learning to play together. We’ve been lucky so far.”

Consider the previous fortunes of the Tigers. They were fifth in league play last year, yet still earned a CIF-SS Division 6 wild-card berth. They have not won a league title since 2005.

For more: http://www.pasadenastarnews.com/sports/20150108/girls-water-polo-notebook-westridge-the-surprise-team-of-the-season

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