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East Bay Girls Basketball Poll- 12/28

By Phil Jensen
Monday, December 28th, 2009 at 5:55 pm in Uncategorized.

Team Record Points Last year
1. Carondelet (9) 5-1 135 1
2. Bishop O’Dowd 4-2 125 2
3. Berkeley 8-0 115 8
4. St. Mary’s 6-0 111 6
5. Campolindo 8-1 98 11
6. Northgate 8-1 91 4
7. Miramonte 7-2 79 14
8. Dublin 7-2 66 7
9. James Logan 10-1 49 NR
10. Piedmont 9-3 45 NR
11. Dougherty Valley 7-1 44 NR
12. Deer Valley 5-1 42 5
13. Monte Vista 5-3 31 3
14. Liberty 4-1 17 NR
15. St. Joseph Notre Dame 8-0 12 NR

Others receiving votes: Mission San Jose (9-2, 10 points), Oakland Tech (5-2, 4), Alameda (7-4, 3), Albany (6-2, 2), Granada (6-2, 1). Records are through Dec. 26. The East Bay Prep Girls Basketball Poll is compiled from the votes of the Bay Area News Group-East Bay prep sports staff.

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  • E_CULB

    Dang that was pretty good on my part! I was close.

  • Prep Fan

    The top 4 teams in this list are all playing tonight at Deer Valley in the same Platinum Division of the West Coast Jamboree.

    4:00: Berkeley vs. Potter’s House of Florida
    5:30: Carondelet vs. Hanford
    7:00: BOD vs. Deer Valley
    8:30: St. Mary’s vs. Brea Olinda

  • Prep Fan

    Bishop O’Dowd beat Carondelet today by 7 to take 3rd place in the West Coast Jamboree at 3-1 to the Couger’s 4th place finish at 2-2. They had lost to Carondelet in OT a couple of weeks ago, so now they have split and have identical records, so it will be interesting to see if BOD will get the votes needed to overtake the Cougars. Berkeley and St. Mary’s both finished 2-2 and took I think 5th and 7th place. I thought Berkeley looked like the stronger of the 2 teams though, and would keep them at #3.

    Dublin, Dougherty Valley and Monte Vista each won their respective divisions at the WCJ, while Campo took 2nd place with a close loss to Valley Christian of SJ. Overall, a great showing by the locals this week.
    http://www.westcoastjamboree.com/index.html