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    This was the hardest in years to pick a consensus number 1 in the Memphis area including the tri state area. There just isn't a monster team that sticks out as years past. Players come in cycles and we are going thru a mild cycle at the present time. One thing for sure is the private school sector is making a major impression and holding their own. They have three entries to start the year off and can end up holding the number one spot at the end of the season.

    When it comes to St. George's I seriously want to rank them really high but when I look at their schedule I said, they will win 90% of their scheduled games against nobodies. Nothing against super stars Elliot Williams (DUKE) and Lawrence Bowers (Missouri), just reality. I didn't make the rules don't get mad at MemphisHoopers.com.  Hold up before anyone says anything, BCS, AP, ESPN all have their rankings formulas depending on many variables and strength of schedule is right at the top. That being the point, can anyone blame the Hoopers staff. If not, then everyone that reads this article what about the Memphis Tigers. Do you think they will be ranked that high playing Southwest, Northwest. Okay done deal!!!!

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12-03-07 Weekly Breakdown

I know people are saying CBHS is Number this week, no way. Yes compadres, they are very much worthy a "Number 1" position. Raleigh Egypt falls one spot to 2, Briarcrest maintains the 3rd slot after Leslie McDonald's week long performance. Manassas sits in the cut waiting for a first time in school history a Number 1 ranking in the Memphis area relating to the Commercial Appeal archives, Hoopers just been around since 1999, the Appeal forever. Ridgeway up one and Nashville Christian Advancement Academy wins at Georgia and Cincinnati Taft and a little controversy embroils , enroll to find out. 7, 8 , and 9 slots are the same players just in different order. Kirby is the newcomer and looking good.

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Season Week 3 (Dec.3)

Week 1 Results (Nov.25-Dec.1)

1.CBHS (7-2)                   

Beat Bartlett 65-49, last week 2

2.Raleigh Egypt (8-2)   

Beat Northside 91-73, Beat Overton 78-49, Beat Carver Montgomery 58-43, Beat Giles County 85-40 last week 1

3.Briarcrest (7-0)              

Beat White Station 54-51, Beat Eureka, Il. 46-44, last week 3

4.Manassas (10-1)          

Beat Treadwell 91-74,  Beat City University 92-32, Beat Wooddale 64-55, Beat Mitchell 102-99, Beat Craigmont 50-47, Lost Nashville Christian Advancement Academy 84-77 last week 4

5.Ridgeway (6-0)         

Beat Cordova 90-60, Beat Trezevant 73-50 last week 6

6.Nashville Christian Advance.ment Academy    (11-1)                  

Beat Fairview 63-47, Beat Hamilton 80-79, Beat Kirby 72-67, Beat Liberty Tech, Beat Manassas 84-77 (Championship game MLK) last week 5

7.BTW  (6-0)                 

Beat Middle College 111-38 Beat a last week 7

8. Central (7-1),              

Beat Bolton 56-46, last week 9

9.St. George's (4-0)      

Beat Mil Beat Wo  Lost Ri last week 8

10.Kirby (8-0)     

Beat Northside 81-64, Beat Whitehaven 102-84. Not Ranked

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Others receiving votes:     Liberty Tech (10-2), Dyer County (8-1), White Station (3-5), Craigmont (7-4),  Treadwell (5-2), Mitchell (2-3),  Whitehaven (5-3)St. Benedict (8-0), Horn Lake, MS. (9-1), Olive Branch, MS. (8-2), Wooddale (4-3),  Fairley (4-3),  Hamilton (3-4),  Carver (4-3), Sheffield (1-),  Oakhaven (2-5), Hernando, Ms. (10-3), Germantown (4-2), ECS (3-4), Westwood  (3-3), Union City (6-2), MUS (4-2), Harding Academy (7-2),

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Other Teams of Interest:Bartlett (1-4), Bolton (2-4), Catholic (4-4), Melrose (1-9),  Millington (2-3), Overton (0-7),West  Memphis Christian, Ark. (4-1), Frayser  (5-2), Haywood County  (4-4),  F.A.C.S. (3-3), West  Memphis High, Ark. (4-1),  and Bolivar Central will be added at later date.


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