Popscout Top 10 – January 1, 2018


We’ve been out and about, taking in the action and critiquing play.  As of January 1, 2018, these are the teams who have stood out thus far, on the So. CA HS Hoops Circuit.  Things are certainly going to change, as we have a few marquee match-ups coming up this week against some of the big boys who call themselves Elite.

Big Boys Top 10
January 1, 2018

(Mostly So. Cal Teams in LA Area and Inland Empire)

  1. Bishop Montgomery – Lock down defenders still the ones to beat
  2. Sierra Canyon – Sleeping giant Cassius Stanley returns
  3. Mater Dei – Strong performance in Oregon keeps them in the loop
  4. Fairfax – Showed up and showed out during Torrey Pines Holiday Classic
  5. Westchester  – Impressive in SD…showdown between ‘Dem Fairfax Boys’ looming
  6. Etiwanda – Captured The Classic @ Damien 2017 Platinum ‘Ship
  7. St. Bernard – Surprise, surprise. Coach Mitch Runco doing a great job.
  8. Rancho Christian – Mobley brothers’ length a real issue
  9. Harvard Westlake –  Goes 3-1 in Delaware…next up, Mission League foes
  10. St. John Bosco – Coach Matt Dunn and coaching staff pulling the right strings
    St Anthony – Goes 3-1 in Torrey Pines Holiday Classic


Peeping Toms:

  1. Santa Margarita ( we know they beat Bosco)
  2. Oak Park
  3. Damien
  4. Cantwell Sacred Heart (we know they lost to SOND)
  5. Crespi
  6. Long Beach Poly
  7. Los Altos
  8. Capistrano Valley
  9. Pasadena
  10. Mayfair
  11. Corona Centennial
  12. Alemany
  13. Roosevelt
  14. Chino Hills
  15. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame
  16. Cajon
  17. Loyola
  18. Taft


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