Above: Bonita High junior Nolan Abernathy goes up for a layup in win over San Dimas
Boys Basketball Top Ten
1. Bonita (16-3
Took big step in Miramonte with 68-56 win over Diamond Ranch
2. Glendora (12-6)
Where does Dominic Tiger-Cortes rank among the Glendora greats?
3. Damien (14-5)
Spartans couldn’t do what Glendora did, which was beat Chino Hills
4. Nogales (15-5)
The Nobles continue to climb the rankings ladder
5. Diamond Ranch (11-6)
Should be a good nonleague game on Friday against Nogales
6. La Verne Lutheran (15-0)
Four players averaging in double figures for the area’s only unbeaten
7. Los Altos (13-6)
How will the Conq’s hold up in a league with Bonita and Dranch?
8. South Hills (11-5)
Some nights they’re great, some nights they aren’t.
9. Northview (14-5)
Big Valle Vista showdown at home against Baldwin Park on Wednesday
10. West Covina (12-6)
Huge test against Nogales on Wednesday
Above: Kristen McCarthy held to nine points in 44-40 loss to St. Paul
Girls Basketball top ten
1. Bishop Amat (14-4)
Still the best, but not what they use to be
2. Diamond Ranch (12-7)
Only real test in Miramonte should come against Wilson on Wednesday
3. Covina (17-1)
If only it had more competition in Valle Vista. Still, record is very impressive
4. Walnut (12-5)
Solid from top to bottom. Good inside and outside play.
5. Wilson (15-3)
Can it take the next big step and hang with Diamond Ranch?
6. South Hills (9-3)
Relies to much on Melinda Gomez, needs others to contribute
7. Azusa (13-3)
Already 4-0 in Montview, but rematch with Sierra Vista on Friday could change that
8. Sierra Vista (12-6)
Starting to hit its stride, and licking their chops to avenge loss to rival Aztecs.
9. Glendora (10-8)
Okay, so they’re 1-1 in the Sierra.
10. Diamond Bar (9-9)
They started so good, but have lost four straight