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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, 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!!!!

    Transitional periods are always hard and conforming into policies take time relating to basketball measures.







12-24-07 Weekly Breakdown

Ridgeway takes over the Number one slot and just might keep it the remainder of the year. BTW creeps up to 2 but Treadwell and New Hope loom right around the corner. Manassas falls to 3 after loss to Ridgeway and Bolton unexpectedly in Purple Wave Classic. Raleigh Egypt seems to regroup and moves up from 7 to the 4 slot. Kirby up 1 respectively. CBHS the big jumper with victory in Purple Wave Classic, not ranked last week. Briarcrest falls to 7 after loss to Ridgeway handily. Union City anassas holds on to the Number 1 slot for the second week. Ridgeway holds on to the second position slot waiting for a much anticipated game against Manassas later this week. BTW jumps from 5 to 3 and is lurking in the cut to make a move for the top slot in the rankings regardless of weak schedule.

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Season Week 6 (Dec.24)

Week 4 Results (Dec.15-Dec.22)

1.Ridgeway (10-0)         

Beat Jackson South Side 59-49, Beat Manassas 66-60, Beat Briarcrest 69-58,  last week 2

2.BTW  (12-0)                 

Beat Hillcrest 75-68 Beat Oakhaven 73-51.  last week 5

3.Manassas (16-3)          

Lost Bolton 63-60, Beat Treadwell 80-73, Beat Liberty Tech 52-35, Lost Ridgeway 66-60, Beat Northside 84-51. last week 1

4.Raleigh Egypt (9-3)   

Beat Central 49-45, Beat Liberty Tech 63-55, last week 7

5.Kirby (11-1)     

Beat Oakhaven 57-56, Beat Houston 50-44.  last week 6

6.CBHS (9-2)

Beat St. Benedict 68-66, Beat Catholic 84-45, Beat Treadwell 73-51 NOT RANKED

7.Briarcrest (9-2)              

Beat Whitehaven 75-56, Lost Ridgeway 69-58  last week 3

8. Union City (15-0)

Beat Peabody 95-68,  Beat Mt. Juliet 67-62, Beat Sycamore 76-66, Beat Livingston 72-61. NOT RANKED

9.St. George's (9-0)      

Beat Arlington 72-47, Beat First Assembly Christian 103-71 last week 10

10.Dyer County (13-2)

Beat Ripley 90-70, Beat Cookeville 90-69,  Beat Franklin County, Lost White County 75-71  last week 6

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Others receiving votes:     Central (9-4), Treadwell (10-4) St. Benedict (11-2), White Station (7-5), Liberty Tech (10-4), Craigmont (9-4), MUS (9-2), Wooddale (8-4), Mitchell (6-7),  Whitehaven (6-7), Horn Lake, MS. (11-3), Olive Branch, MS. (11-4), ECS (7-3), Fairley (5-4),  Carver (7-3), Hernando, Ms. (15-6), Germantown (5-5),  West  Memphis Christian, Ark. (8-1),  Bolivar Central  (7-2), Harding Academy (7-2), Nashville Christian Advancement Academy (13-2).

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Other Teams of Interest: Hamilton (3-5), Catholic (5-6), Sheffield (3-6),  Bartlett (1-4), Westwood  (4-6), Fayette Ware (5-4),  Bolton (2-7),  Oakhaven (3-6), Melrose (2-9),  Millington (4-5), *Southwind (9-2), East  (2-7), Overton (0-9), Frayser  (5-2), Haywood County  (5-3),  F.A.C.S. (4-5),  and West  Memphis High, Ark. (4-1)will be added at later date.


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