The league title races are all but over.
Bishop Manogue is just one win from clinching the Sierra League title and Reno has mowed through the High Desert League.
The races for the No. 2 seed in both leagues are much more intriguing.
In the HDL, Spanish Springs, McQueen and Reed are all separated by one game. In the Sierra League, just two games separate Carson, Douglas, Damonte Ranch and Galena.
To view how the rankings have progressed this year, click here.
1. Bishop Manogue Miners (16-2, 10-0)
The Miners are getting no competition from their Sierra League counterparts.
Bishop Manogue has won its four Sierra League games by a combined score of 297-68.
Last week: 1
2. Reno Huskies (18-4, 9-1)
Reno found itself in what was a surprisingly close game at Spanish Springs on Friday night.
The Huskies pulled away late, however, to win 61-40 and move into first place all lone.
Last week: 2
3. Spanish Springs Cougars (14-6, 8-2)
Coach Art Cardenas said he doesn’t believe in moral victories, but Friday’s effort against Reno was promising.
The upstart Cougars hung with the HDL elite for three quarters.
Last week: 4
4. McQueen Lancers (14-6, 8-2)
McQueen picked up a huge home win over Reed last Tuesday night.
The Lancers have now won four of their last five.
Last week: 5
5. Reed Raiders (13-4, 7-3)
Reed only scored two field goals in the first 12 minutes at McQueen and the slow start cost them in a 45-37 loss.
The Raiders now have work to do, and may need some help, to get in position to host a home playoff game.
Last week: 3
Outside looking in: North Valleys Panthers