PD Preps Weekly Basketball Rankings

LARGE SCHOOL BOYS

1. CARDINAL NEWMAN

6-foot-6 Corey Hammell averaging 19 points and has made 18 treys.

2. ANALY

Geddy Dukes and Erik Poulsen put on dunking exhibition vs. Piner.

3. MONTGOMERY

Lost by eight to Mt. Eden. Earlier in season, Newman beat Monarchs by 15.

4. UKIAH

Wildcats have captured four straight victories, including last second thriller over Windsor.

5. PINER

Gave Analy a battle until final minutes.

GAME OF THE WEEK

On Friday, Healdsburg (16-4) visits Analy (12-7) in a game with SCL title implications.

LARGE SCHOOL GIRLS

1. SANTA ROSA

Hiccup in lopsided loss to Casa Grande; came back to win at Cardinal Newman.

2. MONTGOMERY

After losing to Maria Carrillo, regrouped two days later to wallop Casa Grande.

3. MARIA CARRILLO

Out of three wins last week, two of those came on the road.

4. CASA GRANDE

Gauchos made 13 3-pointers in win over Santa Rosa last Wednesday.

5. PETALUMA

Trojans cruised through first half of SCL schedule with 6-0 record.

GAME OF THE WEEK

Tuesday night, Santa Rosa at Montgomery. Panthers won first meeting, 54-51.

SMALL SCHOOL BOYS

1. RINCON VALLEY CHRISTIAN

Eagles won two games by a combined 98 points last week.

2. WILLITS

Wolverines barely survived upset bid by Lower Lake at home last Friday.

3. MIDDLETOWN

Mustangs jump in standings after beating Cloverdale by 13.

4. MENDOCINO

Cardinals lone unbeaten team in North Central League III.

5. CLOVERDALE

Junior Isiah Warren averaging 19 points per game.

GAME OF THE WEEK

Clear Lake, playing best ball of season, hosts Middletown on Tuesday night.

SMALL SCHOOL GIRLS

1. WILLITS

Team from Mendocino County on 10-game win streak.

2. POINT ARENA

Taylor Dilks leading the way as Pirates have taken 10 straight.

3. ST. VINCENT

Mustangs won two games last week by a combined 83 points.

4. TOMALES

Victory over Sonoma Academy vaults Braves into standings.

5. SONOMA ACADEMY

Coyotes’ eight-game win streak stopped by Tomales.

GAME OF THE WEEK

St. Vincent (12-5) and Roseland Prep (12-5), contenders for NCL II crown, tangle Friday.

— By Howard Senzell, for The Press Democrat

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