The Times' top 25 high school boys' basketball rankings

A look at the Los Angeles Times’ top 25 high school boys' basketball teams in the Southland.

Rk. SCHOOL (Rec.); Comment; Last week’s rank

1. ST. JOHN BOSCO (1-0); Brandon McCoy has 17 points in opening win over Long Beach Poly; 1

2. HARVARD-WESTLAKE (3-0); There's been no stopping Robert Hinton and Trent Perry; 2

3. EASTVALE ROOSEVELT (3-0); Junior guard Brayden Burries is the real deal; 4

4. CORONA CENTENNIAL (2-1); Eric Freeny is leading young team; 3

5. MATER DEI (0-0); Monarchs open season Wednesday against Costa Mesa; 5

6. SIERRA CANYON (2-0); Justin Pippen, Bryce Cofield start well; 6

7. WINDWARD (2-0); Wins over Torrey Pines, La Jolla Country Day; 7

8. SHERMAN OAKS NOTRE DAME (2-0); Angelino Marks is off to a good start; 8

9. ST. PIUS X-ST. MATTHIAS (0-0); Warriors begin season Friday against Pacific Christian; 10

10. SANTA MARGARITA (1-0); 64-54 opening win over Orangewood; 11

11. LOS ALAMITOS (4-0); Samori Guyness is MVP of the Ocean View tournament; 14

12. LA MIRADA (4-0); Freshman Gene Roebuck makes huge first-week impression; 15

13. DAMIEN (3-1); Close loss to La Mirada; 9

14. ETIWANDA (1-0); Big game for Amare Campbell in win over Campbell Hall; 23

15. MIRA COSTA (3-1); Lost to Los Alamitos in tournament final; 12

16. CAMPBELL HALL (0-1); 23 points for Aaron Powell in loss to Etiwanda; 13

17. WEST RANCH (1-1); Jaeden Robley is legit scoring threat; 16

18. HERITAGE CHRISTIAN (2-0); Headed to Illinois for Thanksgiving tourney; 18

19. ST. BERNARD (1-0); Picked up 69-50 opening win over Hesperia; 19

20. JSERRA (3-0); Aidan Fowler comes out firing and making threes; 20

21. REDONDO UNION (1-0); Hudson Mayes is healthy and scores 15 points in opener; 21

22. BOSCO TECH (1-0); Jaden Erami puts on dunk show in opener; 24

23. CRESPI (4-0); Peyton White earns MVP honors at Providence tournament; 25

24. FOOTHILL (1-1); Faces Roosevelt on Tuesday; 22

25. BISHOP MONTGOMERY (3-0); Twins Terron and Tarron Williams make impressive debut; NR

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