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SportStars NorCal Girls Basketball Rankings | Top 20, Dec. 3

NorCal Girls Basketball Rankings

Dec. 3: Preseason Rankings Hold In The First In-Season Release Of The NorCal Girls Basketball Rankings •

NorCal Girls Basketball Rankings

Records through 11/30; Preseason rank in parenthesis

1. (1)  —  Archbishop Mitty-San Jose   0-0

2. (2)  —  St. Joseph Notre Dame-Alameda   0-0

3. (3)   —   St. Mary’s-Stockton   1-0

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4. (4)   —   Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland   1-0

5. (5)   —   Miramonte-Orinda   1-0   [PICTURED ABOVE: Junior guard Mia Mastrov; Dennis Lee photo]

6. (6)   —   Heritage-Brentwood   0-0

7. (7)   —   Cardinal Newman-Santa Rosa   1-0

8. (8)   —   Antelope   0-0

9. (9)   —   Salesian-Richmond   0-0

10. (10)   —   Pinewood-Los Altos Hills   0-0

11. (11)   —   San Ramon Valley-Danville   2-0

12. (12)   —   Folsom   0-0

13. (13)   —   Menlo School-Atherton   0-0

14. (14)   —   Oakland Tech   0-0

15. (15)   —   Valley Christian-San Jose   1-0

16. (16)   —   Sacred Heart Cathedral-San Francisco   0-0

17. (17)   —   West Campus-Sacramento   0-0

18. (18)   —   Sacramento   1-0

19. (19)   —   California-San Ramon   0-0

20. (20)   —   Aptos   0-0

DROPPED OUT:

None.

5 TEAMS KNOCKING (alphabetically):

Acalanes-Lafayette (3-0), Montgomery-Santa Rosa (0-0), Oakland (2-0), Sequoia-Redwood City (0-0) and Union Mine-El Dorado (1-0).

FAST BREAKDOWN

There were just a smattering of games last week — remember that Foundation Games do not count, win or lose — and those that were played were hardly surprises.

What is surprising to some coaches and fans is the switch from MaxPreps to Scorebook Live as the official record-keeper for the state, so some teams are still using MaxPreps and not Scorebook Live, and vice versa. As the season rolls on, though, expect the Foundation games to get expunged from teams’ schedules, and expect it to be easier to know what teams’ records really are.

And of course, action will kick in this weekend as almost all teams get serious, and the holiday banquet of upsets should begin. Until then, savor the stability while it lasts and see if you can predict how many teams will drop out of the rankings next week – and of course, which teams those might be.

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