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### Jan. 29 Ranking Report: IE Varsity’s Boys High School Basketball Standings

Latest Rankings for Boys’ Basketball in the Inland Empire

The most recent rankings for IE Varsity boys’ basketball are provided below, with records updated through Sunday, Jan. 28.

  1. Centennial (18-9)

    • Centennial secured the top seed for the Big VIII League tournament by defeating Corona and King.
    • Previous ranking: 1
  2. Roosevelt (25-2)

    • Roosevelt is set to face Centennial in a highly anticipated rematch after a close 82-78 loss in their previous encounter.
    • Previous ranking: 2
  3. Etiwanda (22-3)

    • Etiwanda is now tied for first place in the Baseline League following a narrow 60-58 loss to Rancho Cucamonga.
    • Previous ranking: 3
  4. Damien (22-4)

    • Damien faces tough matchups against Rancho Cucamonga on Tuesday and Etiwanda on Thursday.
    • Previous ranking: 4
  5. Rancho Christian (16-8)

    • Rancho Christian is on the verge of securing a share of the Ivy League title for the second consecutive year with one more win.
    • Previous ranking: 5
  6. Rancho Verde (23-3)

    • Rancho Verde will wrap up the regular season against Rancho Verde on Monday and Riverside Poly on Wednesday.
    • Previous ranking: 6
  7. Rancho Cucamonga (17-8)

    • After defeating Etiwanda, Rancho Cucamonga aims for another significant victory against Damien.
    • Previous ranking: 7
  8. Riverside Poly (16-11)

    • Riverside Poly seeks a positive conclusion to the regular season as they host Rancho Verde on Wednesday.
    • Previous ranking: 9
  9. Murrieta Valley (17-9)

    • Murrieta Valley maintained their lead in the Southwestern League by outlasting Vista Murrieta 87-81 in double overtime.
    • Previous ranking: 10
  10. Vista Murrieta (22-4)

    • Vista Murrieta looks to bounce back after consecutive overtime losses to Great Oak and Murrieta Valley.
    • Previous ranking: 8

Teams on the bubble (in alphabetical order): Aquinas (14-10), Arlington (17-9), Beaumont (18-7), Elsinore (17-9), Hillcrest (19-7), Liberty (19-6), Redlands East Valley (17-8), Temecula Valley (13-12), Temescal Canyon (21-4), Upland (17-8).