BASKETBALL: FINAL Step Brothers Fab 15 Rankings


Check out the final installment of the Step Brothers Fab 15 high school basketball rankings of the season. We’re headed into the CIF Southern Section playoffs, and here’s how the teams stack up as we wrap up league play.

Check back with Inland_Sports for updates on the CIF-SS playoffs.

BASKETBALL: The Step Brothers Fab 15 Rankings (2-6-17)


Final week of the regular season for high school hoops and league champions will be crowned.

Next up: the CIF Southern Section Playoffs!

Scheduled to join us on the Inland_Sports Show this week is the #1 Roosevelt boys basketball team. Listen on Fox Sports 1350AM at 11am or watch LIVE on the Inland_Sports YouTube Channel!

Check out our live broadcast with the Riverside Poly Bears Broadcast Network of #2 Rancho Verde winning 37-29 at Poly.

BASKETBALL: The Step Brothers Fab 15 (1-23-17)


League title races are shaping up as teams begin eyeing the playoffs. Three teams from the land of the Big VIII are in the top-five.

Plus Rancho Verde has climbed to the top of the Inland Valley League after consecutive victories against Riverside Poly and JW North.

Temecula Valley topped Vista Murrieta 92-84 in a head-to-head match up last week as the Golden Bears leapfrog the Broncos to land at #8.

In the River Valley League, La Sierra travels to Hillcrest with first place on the line. The Eagles won their first meeting 40-35.

Pacific will meet San Bernardino on Wednesday … the winner will have the inside track to the Mountain Valley crown.

BASKETBALL: The Step Brothers Fab 15 (12-20-16)


It was a relatively slow week for high school basketball in the Inland Empire, but a couple games changed the landscape on the ‘Step Brothers Fab 15’ rankings in week four.  As games pick up again over the holiday, teams will definitely be trending in both directions, vying for the top spot in our weekly rankings.

Centennial and Rancho Verde stayed number one and two this week, with Centennial defeating REV by 21 and Etiwanda by 15, both solid victories for the Huskies heading into holiday tournament play.  Rancho Verde sat the week out preparing to play Leuzinger in the heralded, Damien Holiday Classic after Christmas.

Cajon dropped seven spots after losses to Laguna Beach and Los Alamitos at the Charlie Wilkens Memorial Classic at Whittier High School this week.

Riverside Poly bounced back after losing to Notre Dame in the Kiwanis final last week by easily handling a good Chaparral team behind 31 points from freshman phenom, D.J. Davis.  The Bears seemed to have adjusted since losing Ronald McQuay to an Achilles injury.

The biggest surprise of the week was the near upset Roosevelt almost pulled off on defending National Champion, Chino Hills by narrowly losing to the Huskies 76-68, despite a great effort from Jamar Baker’s 29 points, on 7 three pointers in the loss.

The rest of the ‘Fab 15’ stayed pretty much in tact except for a few minor changes.  Chaparral and San Bernardino dropped out of this week’s rankings as REV makes its way back in and climbs to number 12.  Vista Murrieta checks in at number 15 after remaining undefeated at (6-0), but they have yet to be tested as we head into week five.

The entire ‘Inland Sports’ team will be out in full force over the holiday break and we are excited to see all of the great basketball the Inland area has to offer.