Ranking SBLive’s San Diego section top 10 basketball boys: Cathedral Catholic returns to No. 9 – Reuters Sports News

Cathedral Catholic has bounced back with three straight wins since a surprising loss to Mt. Carmel. The Dons beat La Jolla Country Day on Saturday with an impressive defensive performance. Cathedral Catholic have two games against ranked opponents this week as they try to make one last push before the playoffs start.

SBLive’s San Diego chapter high school basketball rankings are compiled by SBLive California reporter Bodie DeSilva and will be released every Monday throughout the 2021-22 winter season.


February 7, 2022

1. St. Augustine (18-7)

The Saints remained captured in the Western League and went undefeated after beating San Diego and No. 7 Mission Bay last week. They face No.9 Cathedral Catholic on Tuesday before a non-league battle against El Camino on Thursday.

Last week: 1

2. St. Mark (21-4)

The Knights have won nine straight since losing to Del Norte. They survived a battle against No. 6 San Ysidro on Saturday night and will finish the regular season against Westview and Mission Hills looking to clinch the Palomar League title.

Last week: 2

3. Torrey pines (19-5)

The Falcons won three double-digit games last week, including the first ten against Carlsbad and Francis Parker on back-to-back days. They will face Vista twice this week before finishing Friday against No. 4 La Costa Canyon while aiming for another league title.

Last week: 3

4. Costa Canyon (18-5)

The Costa Canyon picked up victories over Vista and El Camino last week. They will face No. 8 Carlsbad and No. 3 Torrey Pines this week with a league title still in sight.

Last week: 4

5. Mission Hills (19-6)

The Grizzlies have won five straight since losing to San Marcos. They host Poway on Wednesday before getting their chance to get revenge on No. 2 San Marcos in Friday’s regular season finale.

Last week: 6

6. San Ysido (17-7)

San Ysidro lost Saturday’s game to No. 2 San Marcos, 67-61, but will play four league games this week with a strong chance of securing the Mesa League title.

Last week: 5

seven. Mission Bay (18-7)

The Buccaneers lost to No. 1 St. Augustine on Friday but bounced back with a victory over Mater Dei Catholic in Saturday’s battle at the Bay Showcase. They will travel to San Diego and Catholic Cathedral No. 9 this week.

Last week: 8

8. Carlsbad (16-10)

Carlsbad beat El Camino and Santa Fe Christian last week but lost Friday’s championship game to No. 3 Torrey Pines. The Lancers will end the regular season with road games against La Costa Canyon and Canyon Crest.

Last week: 9

9. catholic cathedral (18-8)

The Dons have rebounded from their loss to Mt. Carmel with three straight wins, including a dominating win over La Jolla Country Day on Saturday. They will wrap up the regular season with home games against No. 1 St. Augustine and No. 7 Mission Bay this week.

Last week: NR

ten. Francois Parker (14-6)

The Lancers played four times last week, finishing 2-2. They faced No. 3 Torrey Pines up close for much of Saturday’s game until a Falcons-led 3rd quarter put the game out of reach. They will wrap up the regular season with Orange Glen and Bishop’s this week.

Last week: seven

Five more to watch: Del Norte, Montgomery, Santa Fe Christian, San Dieguito Academy, La Jolla Country Day

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