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3 Oregon high school teams in season end top 100 4 years 7 months ago #392

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according to rivalshigh.com:

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Congratulations to #13 Jesuit, #35 Jefferson and #63 Westview.

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Team City State Record Pvs.

1 Yates Houston TX 34-0 1
Texas Class 4A State Champs: Yates set a national record for games over 100 points. The season isn't officially over but the Lions are poised for a national title.
2 Northland Columbus OH 23-0 2
Northland has used its two one-point wins (Findlay and Oak Hill) to rise and maintain its No. 2 spot. The Vikings look to win a state title on March 27.
3 Neumann-Goretti Philadelphia PA 26-1 3
Five wins over ranked teams and a one-point loss to Yates has boosted the top team in Pennsylvania to No. 3 nationally.
4 Mater Dei Santa Ana CA 32-1 5
A five-guard attack has proven quite effective and has put Mater Dei in the pole position in a hotly contested California.
5 St. Benedict's Prep Newark NJ 20-1 6
Season complete. The Grey Bees settle for a top five finish. An undefeated season could have meant No. 2 in the nation.
6 Ames Senior Ames IA 27-0 10
Iowa 4A State Champs: Ames will end the season right where it started, No. 6 nationally. Harrison Barnes and his teammates enjoyed back-to-back undefeated seasons.
7 Montverde Academy Montverde FL 22-4 8
The Eagles played great basketball in 2010 including consecutive wins over Rockville (Md.) Montrose Christian, Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep, and Sagemont (Fla.).
8 Oak Hill Academy Mouth Of Wilson VA 29-3 11
Oak Hill still has a couple more games to play and still could slide up a few spots into the top five.
9 Findlay Prep Henderson NV 29-2 12
Findlay Prep, which started No. 1 preseason, could end the season in the top ten.
10 Christ School Arden NC 37-1 14
Christ School cracks the top ten for the first time this season. With one tournament left to play, it could jump to No. 7.
11 St. Patrick Elizabeth NJ 26-3 13
Season Complete: St. Patrick was kicked out of its state tournament and is now watching the season conclude around the country.
12 Providence School Jacksonville FL 31-1 17
Florida Class 2A State Champs: Providence's lone set-back was a three-point loss to No. 7 Montverde on Dec. 5.
13 Jesuit Portland OR 26-2 15
Oregon Class 6A State Champs: Jesuit had to go through the No. 3 team in the state - Westview - three times this season.
14 Westchester Los Angeles CA 30-3 16
The Comets are a puzzle to rank. Which is the real team? The one that beat No. 8 Oak Hill or the one that lost to No. 99 Rice by 18? With just a few games left it is now time to find out.
15 DeMatha Hyattsville MD 30-3 31
Washington D,C. Champs: DeMatha held on to the No. 1 spot all season in the Capital City.
16 Melrose Memphis TN 34-4 36
Melrose can win the state title this weekend.
17 Milton Alpharetta GA 29-4 41
Georgia Class 5A Staet Champs: Milton has played one of the most aggressive schedules in Georgia and it benefited from it in the playoffs.
18 Winter Park Winter Park FL 28-5 24
Florida Class 6A State Champs: Winter Park has a great resume of wins and a handful of disappointing losses. However the team was able to come together for the playoff championship run.
19 Lancaster Lancaster TX 36-3 40
Season complete. The Tigers knocked off Bellaire back in November and led No. 1 Yates late into the fourth quarter.
20 Bishop Gorman Las Vegas NV 30-2 19
Nevada Class 4A State Champs: Gorman had a few nice wins this season but the Gaels gained more credit with two losses to Findlay Prep and Mater Dei.
21 Bush Richmond TX 34-4 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut Texas Class 5A State Champs: Bush makes its debut on the heels of winning a state title.
22 Pershing Detroit MI 20-2 33
The Doughboys take over the No. 1 spot in Michigan with a state title game on March 27 as the ultimate goal.
23 Kinston Kinston NC 28-4 30
North Carolina Class 2A State Champs: Kinston was not challenged much at all in state, and was 2-3 in nationally ranked games.
24 Half Hollow Hills West Dix Hills NY 24-0 34
Stock Rising: The Colts are the new No. 1 in New York state. A few games left to push for a top 20 finish.
25 Salesian Richmond CA 32-2 23
The best win for the Pride is over Newark Memorial at Haas Pavilion and they still have a chance at a CIF title.
26 Penn Wood Lansdowne PA 24-3 61
Stock Rising: Penn Wood has three losses by five total points. A state title is not out of the question.
27 Country Day Beverly Hills MI 21-2 25
Country Day looks to win a state title in Michigan, but still has some work to get there on March 27.
28 White Station Memphis TN 26-8 43
Memphis depth really shines here as White Station has shown really well in national games and is set for a state finals game.
29 Peabody Alexandria LA 41-0 39
Louisiana Class 4A State Champs: Peabody was unbeaten, but without a signature win it is hard to get it into the Top 25.
30 Lakeview Centennial Garland TX 33-4 58
Stock Rising: Season complete. A loss in the state finals is an acceptable ending to a remarkable run in 2010.
31 Bishop Miege Shawnee Mission KS 25-0 57
Kansas Class 5A State Champs: Chalk up another undefeated and untested team. The Stags may be the best in Kansas, but how they would fare nationally is sight unseen.
32 Trenton Central Trenton NJ 26-3 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut New Jersey Non-Public Group B State Champs Trenton has had a good season turn great with its title win.
33 St. Anthony Jersey City NJ 27-3 29
Season complete. Lost in the Non-Public Group B state finals - in triple overtime.
34 Paterson Catholic Paterson NJ 28-1 4
Stock Falling: Season Complete: The Cougars were, once again, unable to finish the season with a state title.
35 Jefferson Portland OR 25-2 37
Oregon Class 5A State Champs: Jefferson beat Rainier Beach, Federal Way and Kentwood out of Washington to go with the state title.
36 Plymouth Whitemarsh Sr Plymouth Meeting PA 26-2 32
The Colonials do not have any signature wins but gained national respect with a 52-50 loss to St. Benedict's. The state finals are coming into focus.
37 Columbia Decatur GA 28-5 51
Georgia Class 3A State Champs: Columbia played in eight nationally ranked games this season, prepping them for a run to the state title.
38 Wagner San Antonio TX 38-2 18
Stock Falling: Season Complete. High hopes for a state title didn't materialize.
39 Westlake Atlanta GA 30-3 22
Season complete. The Lions lost in the state title game to No. 17 Milton.
40 Waukegan Waukegan IL 25-4 64
The Bulldogs can still win a state title with another win. The title game is March 20.
41 Regis Jesuit Aurora CO 27-1 56
Colorado Class 5A State Champs: Jesuit is getting the benefit of the doubt as the Crusaders do not have a signature win this season and needed overtime to win a basketball poor state title.
42 Saint Paul Johnson Saint Paul MN 27-0 65
Stock Rising: Johnson is slowly making believers out of everyone. An undefeated season would seal a Top 50 ranking.
43 North Central Indianapolis IN 23-3 66
Stock Rising: The Panthers the new No. 1 team in Indiana. With states on the horizon the chance to solify that honor is fast approaching.
44 Orlando Christian Orlando FL 26-6 72
Florida Class 1A State Champs: The Warriors made a nice run to win the state title beating Arlington Country Day to do so.
45 Boys & Girls Brooklyn NY 27-5 87
Stock Rising: Boys & Girls started slowly but is finishing very strong.
46 Newark Memorial Newark CA 29-4 49
Newark Memorial is still climbing the rankings and has a few more games left in California.
47 Ridgeway Memphis TN 26-3 21
Season complete. Ridgeway was not able to get out of Memphis this season. That is not a knock on the team as Memphis may have been the best hoops city this season.
48 Christ The King Middle Village NY 24-5 48
The Royals have five wins over nationally ranked teams and have moved to No. 3 in the ever-changing New York rankings.
49 Marcus Flower Mound TX 37-3 59
Season complete. The Marauders made it to the state semis before falling. Marcus also has a win over Long Beach Poly on its resume.
50 Ballou Washington DC 30-5 NR
RivalsHigh 100 return Season complete. Ballou lost in the Washington D.C. finals to DeMatha.
51 Camden Catholic Cherry Hill NJ 28-1 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut New Jersey Non-Public Group A State Champs: Camden Catholic checks in as the No. 6 team in Jersey.
52 Bellaire Bellaire TX 35-2 7
Stock Falling: Season complete: Bellaire's history of not finishing the deal comes a reality again as it did not even make the state semifinals.
53 Wichita Heights Wichita KS 23-2 NR
RivalsHigh 100 return Kansas Class 6A State Champs: Heights could climb to a top 50 spot depending on how the games go the next two weeks.
54 Junipero Serra Gardena CA 32-2 77
Serra is turning into a legit sports power in California.
55 Taft Woodland Hills CA 26-6 68
Season complete. A solid season for a team that much was expected. A blow out loss to St. Patrick may leave a bad taste going into next season.
56 Arlington Country Day Jacksonville FL 23-6 63
Season complete. The Apaches lost in the state finals to Orlando Christian Prep.
57 Starkville Starkville MS 31-2 NR
RivalsHigh 100 return Mississippi Class 6A State Champs: Starkville was ranked for most of the season but dropped out of the last rankings only to rebound and win states.
58 Greater Atlanta Christian Norcross GA 32-1 67
Georgia Class 2A State Champs: The Spartans lone loss was a five-point setback to Memphis Melrose, proving they could play with anyone.
59 Estrella Foothills Goodyear AZ 31-1 79
Stock Rising: Arizona Class 3A State Champs: Lead by Corey Hawkins, Estrella has elevated to No. 1 in Arizona.
60 Jeffersonville Jeffersonville IN 22-4 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut Jefersonville knocked off former top ten team, Bloomington South, derailing its chance for an undefeated season.
61 Bloomington South Bloomington IN 22-1 9
Stock Falling: Season Complete:Back-to-back undefeated seasons has still never happened in the history of Indiana high school hoops.
62 Norcom Portsmouth VA 25-4 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut Virginia Class 3A State Champs: Norcom ended Petersburg's shot at an undefeated season.
63 Westview Portland OR 25-4 54
Season complete. Westview was never able to get over Jesuit, losing three to the No. 1 team in Oregon - including the state finals.
64 Bishop Loughlin Brooklyn NY 23-6 20
Stock Falling: Season complete. Bishop Loughlin had been as high as No. 1 in the state before a tough end to the season.
65 Jamesville-Dewitt Dewitt NY 22-0 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut Maybe a little late to the party with this one, but color us non-believers.
66 United Laredo TX 34-3 62
Season complete. The Longhorns only lost once since the calendar turned to 2010, but unfortunately it was in the playoffs.
67 Centennial Champaign IL 30-1 74
Centennial won its only game against a nationally ranked team, knocking off Waukegan, 71-54.
68 Conway Conway AR 27-2 95
Arkansas Class 7A State Champs: The Wampus Cats did not lose in 2010 rolling to a state title in Arkansas.
69 Kearney Kearney MO 28-3 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut Missouri Class 4A State Champs: Kearney ended the undefeated run of St. Francis Borgia.
70 Gonzaga Washington DC 25-7 42
Season complete. Gonzaga was unable to get to the city finals to tangle with DeMatha, costing the squad a top 50 finish to the season.
71 Poly Long Beach CA 28-5 45
Season complete. Poly was 2-3 in nationally ranked games but did not make a deep playoff run.
72 Lake Travis Austin TX 32-6 NR
RivalsHigh 100 return Season complete. Travis re-enters the rankings after a run to the Texas final four.
73 Rickards Tallahassee FL 27-0 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut Florida Class 3A State Champs: Ending the season undefeated and state champs is a safe play for being nationally ranked.
74 Central Bridgeport CT 25-0 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut Central still needs to close the deal in Connecticut.
75 La Marque La Marque TX 33-3 97
Season complete. La Marque ended 2010 as the No. 4 team in Texas 4A.
76 Miller Grove Lithonia GA 27-6 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut Georgia Class 4A State Champs: Miller has been on the bubble most of the season. Winning a state title gets it in.
77 Bearden Knoxville TN 31-2 28
Stock Falling:We may have gotten a little over anxious with a Top 30 ranking last time. Bearden is good but not elite.
78 St. Francis Borgia Washington MO 30-1 35
Season complete. A lone loss in the state finals keeps it in the RivalsHigh 100.
79 Petersburg Petersburg VA 29-1 52
Stock Falling: Season complete. Peterburg lost in the state finals ruining a chance at an undefeated season and top 50 national ranking.
80 Mt. Lebanon Pittsburgh PA 26-1 70
Despite a win over Montverde, it is tough to buy into the Pittsburgh-area school.
81 Ballard Louisville KY 28-4 80
Ballard can win the Kentucky Sweet 16 on March 20.
82 Hall Little Rock AR 27-3 NR
RivalsHigh 100 return Arkansas Class 6A State Champs: Hall began the year in the top 50, a couple early losses knocked them out. Winning the state places them back into the national ranking.
83 Gaffney Gaffney SC 25-2 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut South Carolina Class 4A State Champs: The lone South Carolina representative in the RivalsHigh 100.
84 De La Salle Concord CA 29-2 94
The Spartans have stayed in the 90s most of the season finally moving into the mid-80s.
85 Price Los Angeles CA 32-3 NR
RivalsHigh 100 return Price can still advance in the CIF playoffs and improve its final ranking.
86 Hopkins Minnetonka MN 26-2 NR
RivalsHigh 100 return Hopkins is the name brand in Minnesota basketball. It can still win a state title on March 27.
87 Lincoln Gahanna OH 24-0 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut If Lincoln can finish unbeaten, it will earn its spot in the 100.
88 Mount St. Joseph Baltimore Md 30-4 47
Stock Falling: Season complete. Mt. St. Joseph is rewarded for a great season despite a tough ending.
89 North Phoenix AZ 28-3 NR
RivalsHigh 100 return Arizona Class 5A Division I State Champs: North was the No. 1 team preseason in the state and ended the year No. 2.
90 Christian Charlotte NC 29-4 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut Season complete. Christian lost in the state finals to Christ School.
91 Pine Crest Ft Lauderdale FL 25-5 NR
RivalsHigh 100 return Season complete. Pine Crest was in the rankings most of the season. A couple bad games knocked them out, only to rebound for a state tournament final.
92 United Faith Christian Academy Charlotte NC 22-5 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut North Carolina Private School 1A State Champ: Faith Academy climbs into the ranking for the first time all season.
93 Cedar Hill Cedar Hill TX 27-5 78
Season complete. The Longhorns were expected to compete for a state title. That expectation fell a little short.
94 Mt Vernon Fortville IN 19-2 92
Mt. Vernon is the No. 1 team in AAA Indiana. Most years that is good enough for a Top 100 spot.
95 Muskegon Heights Muskegon MI 19-4 NR
RivalsHigh 100 return Muskegon could make a run to state title.
96 Alta Sandy UT 20-5 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut Utah Class 5A State Champs: The Utah champs were waiting in the weeds for a title run.
97 Midwest City Midwest City OK 19-5 NR
RivalsHigh 100 debut Oklahoma Class 6A State Champs: Oklahoma was a tough state to get a read on in 2010. Midwest City was playing the best at the end of the year.
98 Romulus Romulus MI 21-2 60
Season complete. Romulus began the season with an upset win over Pershing but did not make it deep into the playoffs.
99 Rice New York NY 21-6 53
Stock Falling: Season complete. In a rare RivalsHigh reprieve, Rice stays in the rankings despite the poor finish.
100 Callaway Jackson MS 22-11 NR
RivalsHigh 100 return Mississippi Class 5A State Champs: An 11-loss season is tough to rank, but at the end of the year Callaway was a very good team.


Dropped out: Former No. 26 Federal Way (Wash.) High, No. 27 Jackson (Miss.) Wingfield, No. 38 Greer (S.C.) High, No. 44 Louisville (Kent.) Trinity, No. 46 Valaparaiso (Ind.) High, No. 50 Chicago (Ill.) Foreman, No. 55 Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely, No. 69 Radnor (Pa.) Archbishop Carroll, No. 71 Rockville (Md.) Montrose Christian, No. 73 Memphis (Tenn.) Central, No. 75 DeSoto (Texas) High, No. 76 Webster Groves (Mo.) High, No. 81 Alexandria (Va.) Hayfield, No. 82 Jersey City (N.J.) St. Peter's Prep, No. 83 South Jordan (Utah) Bingham, No. 84 Dayton (Ohio) Dunbar, No. 85 Borken Arrow (Okla.) High, No. 86 Marietta (Ga.) Wheeler, No. 88 Huntersville (N.C) Hopewell, No. 89 North Hollywood (Calif.) Harvard Westlake, No. 90 Gadsden (Ala.) Gadsden City, No. 92 Suffolk (Vir.) King's Fork, No. 93 Los Angeles (Calif.) Loyola, No. 96 New Rochelle (N.Y) High, No. 98 Memphis (Tenn.) Southwind, No. 99 Huntsville (Ala.) Butler, No. 100 Marion (Iowa) Linn Mar.
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