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Dan Arritt's Boys' Basketball Rankings And Comments:

February 15, 2004

Through Friday's games

*--* Rk School (Record, Div.) Comment (Last ranking) 1 WESTCHESTER (23-2, City) Comets swept Fairfax, now trying to convince CIF it belongs in playoffs. (1) 2 FAIRFAX (20-4, City) With Westchester out, Lions take role of City team to beat in postseason. (2) 3 DOMINGUEZ (22-5, SS-Div. II-A) Mater Dei's recent struggles have Dominguez licking its chops. (4) 4 COM. CENTENNIAL (24-2, SS-Div. III-A) Aiming for fourth straight final appearance, and first win. (5) 5 MATER DEI (21-4, SS-Div. II-A) Struggled to draw iron again in loss to Santa Margarita. (3) 6 L.B. POLY (22-3, SS-Div. I-AA) Can start looking down the road to Etiwanda. (6) 7 ETIWANDA (25-1, SS-Div. I-AA) Dave Kleckner a sure candidate for coach of the year. (7) 8 DORSEY (22-2, City) Went unbeaten in Coliseum League. Now that's impressive. (10) 9 CLEVELAND (23-3, City) Thinks it deserves to be seeded higher than fifth for playoffs. (8) 10 TAFT (23-2, City) Jordan Farmar ejected vs. Chatsworth, sits in victory over El Camino Real. (9) 11 SANTA MARGARITA (23-3, SS-Div. III-AA) Ended nine-game losing streak vs. Mater Dei. (15) 12 OXNARD (25-1, SS-Div. I-A) Yellowjackets have 14-game winning streak. (13) 13 OCEAN VIEW (21-6, SS-Div. III-AA) Seahawks haven't been challenged in a while. (14) 14 CAPISTRANO VLY. (23-3, SS-Div. II-AA) Cougars bring two-game losing streak into playoffs. (12) 15 FREMONT (13-10, City) On a roll since league play began. (NR) 16 CRENSHAW (18-5, City) Has something to prove after getting third spot in Coliseum League. (16) 17 EL TORO (22-4, SS-Div. I-A) Rallies from two games down to tie for league title. (17) 18 DOWNEY (21-6, SS-Div. I-AA) Vikings proved they're for real, and Lynwood probably is not. (NR) 19 LYNWOOD (19-6, SS-Div. I-AA) Knights seem to be stumbling rather than galloping. (11) 20 KING (23-4, SS-Div. II-AA) Sunkist League champions for fourth consecutive season. (19) 21 LOYOLA (18-7, SS-Div. II-AA) Wins third consecutive Mission League title. (20) 22 MISSION VIEJO (22-5, SS-Div. I-A) Loses chance for share of league title at buzzer vs. Trabuco Hills. (18) 23 HARV. WESTLAKE (17-7, SS-Div. III-A) Hoping for a chance to defend title vs. Compton Centennial. (21) 24 THOUSAND OAKS (20-6, SS-Div. I-A) Beat Calabasas for Marmonte League title. (NR) 25 GLENDORA (27-1, SS-Div. I-A) Tartans staying together despite loss of key player. (24)

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