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Torrey Pines Remains Atop Basketball Top 10

January 19, 1988

SAN DIEGO — Torrey Pines High School, which remained the county's only unbeaten team by defeating Camden (N.J.), 90-88, in double overtime Saturday night, remained the No. 1-ranked team in The Times' San Diego County high school basketball top 10.

Torrey Pines (19-0) leads the Palomar League with a 4-0 record.

Lincoln (13-2) moved from No. 4 to No. 2 this week after Kearny, previously ranked second, and Morse, which was third, lost Friday. Santana (13-1), which won two games last week, moved from fifth to third.

Oceanside (8-5) is the only newcomer to the top 10. The Pirates, who won two games last week, lead the Avocado League.

The top 10:

Team (League) W-L

1. Torrey Pines (Palomar) 19-0

2. Lincoln (City Central) 13-2

3. Santana (Grossmont) 13-1

4. Madison (City Eastern) 12-2

5. Kearny (City Western) 13-3

6. Poway (Palomar) 12-3

7. Morse (City Eastern) 8-6

8. Valhalla (Grossmont) 9-4

9. El Camino (Avocado) 11-4

10. Oceanside (Avocado) 8-5

Best of the Rest: Escondido (Avocado) 10-4, Southwest (Metro-Mesa) 11-5, La Jolla (City Western) 9-5, Patrick Henry (City Eastern) 9-5.

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