High School basketball, soccer, rankings and leaders: Sierra Vista boys, Bishop Amat girls No. 1

High School basketball, soccer, rankings and leaders: Sierra Vista boys, Bishop Amat girls No. 1

High School basketball, soccer, rankings and leaders: Sierra Vista boys, Bishop Amat girls No. 1

BOYS BASKETBALL RANKINGS

1. Walnut (20-5)

Clinched Hacienda League title

2. Damien (20-5)

Second-loss in Sierra ends title hopes

3. Glendora (18-7)

Gets powerful Etiwanda Wednesday

4. Wilson (19-7)

Best season in years

5. Los Altos (16-7)

Struggled in Hacienda

6. Bonita (15-7)

Only 4-5 in league

7. Workman (18-6)

Beat Gladstone for Montview title

8. South Hills (12-13)

In over its head in Sierra

9. Bishop Amat (13-12)

Winning record is progress

10. Gladstone (19-3)

Can not ignore overall record

BOYS BASKETBALL SCORING LEADERS

1. Jeremy Hemsley, Damien, 22.1 ppg

2. John Paul Rodriguez, Workman, 21.7 ppg

3. Isaih Mendoza, Mountain View, 21.7 ppg

4. Christian Espinoza, Los altos, 17. 1 ppg

5. Eddie Howard, Duarte, 15.6 ppg

GIRLS BASKETBALL RANKINGS

1. Bonita (21-2)

No longer on CIF Open Division bubble

2. Bishop Amat (19-6)

Should finish third in Del Rey

3. Diamond Ranch (17-5)

Rematch at Bonita on Friday

4. Covina (16-9)

Still undefeated in Valle Vista ​​p>

5. South Hills (15-8)

Struggling in Sierra

6. Walnut (12-9)

Third in tough Hacienda

7. Wilson (15-9)

Solid second in Valle Vista ​​p>

8. Workman (14-8)

Second straight Montview title

9. El Monte (12-7)

Showdown with Gabrielino Wednesday

10. Duarte (12-9)

Lost rematch with Workman

GIRLS BASKETBALL SCORING LEADERS

1. Dorothy Tuala, South El Monte, 19.4 ppg

2. Jessica Rosas, Gladstone, 16. 1 ppg

3. Kaelyn Kawamoto, Wilson, 14. 7 ppg

4. Dymond Mitchell, San Dimas, 13. 1 ppg

5. Domique Theus, Covina, 12.9 ppg

BOYS SOCCER RANKINGS

1. Sierra Vista (18-0-2)

No. 2 in Division 4

2. Damien (12-3-4)

Needs win or tie to clinch Sierra

3. Diamond Bar (15-7-1)

4. Arroyo (10-3-4)

Back in first in Mission Valley

5. Northview (14-3-2)

Biggest surprise by far

6. Baldwin Park (14-4-2)

In league title chase as usual.

7. El Monte (11-3-0)

Faded after big win over Arroyo

8. Los Altos (10-5-6)

Game back of Diamond Bar in Hacienda

9. Bishop Amat (9-5-3)

At nationally ranked Cathedral Wednesday

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