The Bee’s Stanislaus District Girls Basketball Rankings

February 10, 2014 

Large Schools (Divisions 1-3)

1. (1) Modesto Christian (16-8) – At Ripon tonight, then has rematch with Riverbank on Thursday to decide league title.

2. (2) Patterson (21-4) – Pushed winning streak to 10 straight; games left with Pacheco and Central Valley, teams the Tigers have beaten by 37 and 33.

3. (3) Enochs (21-2) – Eagles own a two-game lead in MMC with four to play.

4. (4) Kimball (20-3) – Jaguars on a collision course with Weston Ranch for VOL championship on Feb. 18.

5. (5) Weston Ranch (16-6) – Must run Manteca gauntlet – at Manteca, at Sierra, vs. East Union – before getting another crack at No. 4 Kimball.

Small Schools (Divisions 4-6)

1. (1) Riverbank (21-2) – Survived overtime scare against Ripon (47-44) last week thanks to junior point guard Olivia Luu.

2. (3) Ripon Christian (18-3) – Ed Mulder’s club keeps rolling along with 15 consecutive wins.

3. (4) Bret Harte (20-4) – Meets No. 4 Argonaut for the third time since Jan. 13 tonight at 7:30 p.m.

4. (4) Argonaut (19-4) – Mustangs have split the season series with No. 3 Bret Harte – the rubber match is tonight.

5. (nr) Merced (13-10) – Since losing CCC opener to Atwater, Bears have six straight league wins and sit atop standings.

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