High School Basketball Rankings: Pasadena Boys Jump to No. 1; Glendora girls still unbeaten

The all-encompassing boys and girls basketball rankings that includes teams from the Whittier Daily News, Pasadena Star-News and San Gabriel Valley Tribune.

Boys Basketball Rankings
1. Pasadena (15-6) — Eight straight wins for the suddenly hot Bulldogs.
2. Damien (19-5) – Losses to Etiwanda and Chino Hills should knock it out of Open Division consideration.
3. Los Altos (20-3) — Undefeated in the Hacienda with challenge Wednesday at Charter Oak.
4. Muir (16-6) — What a race, tied with rival Pasadena for Pacific League lead at 8-1.
5. Bishop Amat (19-4) — Looking like it could be a real threat in the playoffs.
6. Cantwell Sacred Heart (16-7) – Obviously a good team struggling in a tough league.
7. Duarte (19-4) – Keeps on winning, 6-0 in the Montview League.
8. St. Paul (18-5) – Is 4-2 in Santa Fe after big win over Salesian.
9. Blair (17-6) – Beat La Canada to tie for the Rio Hondo League lead.
10. Charter Oak (15-6) — Beat Diamond Ranch to move into second-place tie in Hacienda.

Girls Basketball Rankings
1. Glendora (23-0) – Had a scare against Ayala, but still undisputed No. 1.
2. Keppel (21-3) – Perfect 6-0 in the Almont Leauge and threat in Division 2AA.
3. Sonora (20-2) — Cruising toward a Freeway League title.
4. La Canada (18-4) – Spartans are 6-0 and should go undefeated in the Rio Hondo League.
5. Rowland (15-3) – Has been playing as well as anyone since January.
6. Pasadena (17-7) — Won four straight since loss to Glendale.
7. Flintridge Prep (13-5) — Still perfect at 6-0 in the Prep League.
8. Los Altos (16-6) — Walnut loss leaves Conquerors tied for first in Hacienda.
9. Walnut (14-7) — Returns to the top ten after beating Los Altos to split season series.
10. Northview (17-6) — Strong season, only loss to Rowland in Valle Vista League.

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