Category: Super 25 girls basketball rankings

Westridge Academy (Kernersville, N.C.) enters the new Super 25 Girls Basketball Rankings

With only a few top teams playing and those teams earning wins for the most part, once again there was little change in the Super 25 Girls Basketball Rankings.
FULL RANKINGS: Super 25 Girls Basketball Rankings
However, there was a shakeup at the bottom, with Pickerington Central (Ohio) losing in the Ohio state final 52-31 to Mount Notre Dame (Cincinnati). The result was Pickerington Central getting bounced from the Super 25 rankings for this week. Mount Notre Dame is ranked No. 14 in the list this week.
Westridge Academy (Kernersville, N.C.) has replaced Pickerington Central in the ranks. Westridge is a perfect 28-0.
The list does not see movement until team No. 20, where Incarnate Word Academy (St. Louis, Mo.) moves up one spot. All the teams below No. 20, besides the newcomer in Westridge, also moved up a spot. Those teams are Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, Calif.), Cherry Creek (Greenwood Village, Colo.), Hoover (Ala.), Pinewood (Los Altos Hills, Calif.) and Peters Township (McMurray, Pa.), which benefitted from Pickerington Central, ranked 19th last week, leaving the ranks.

Sierra Canyon, Mount Notre Dame, Strafford move up big in latest Super 25 Girls Basketball Rankings

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Sure, the top six in the Super 25 Girls Basketball stayed the same this week, but there was a lot of movement in the lower part of the rankings after major upsets in playoffs around the country.
FULL RANKINGS: Super 25 Girls Basketball Rankings
Mount Notre Dame (Cincinnati), a team that plays in a state semifinal game Friday, has moved up from 23 last week to 14 this week. The team is currently 25-2.
Strafford (Mo.) is still perfect, moving to 33-0 this week. That has helped move the team from 21 to 13 in the rankings.
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There has also been movement higher up the rankings, with Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, Calif.) moving up four spots to No. 7 after an impressive run through the playoffs taking down all previously ranked teams Windward (Los Angeles), Clovis West (Fresno, Calif.) and Pinewood (Los Altos Hills, Calif.) for the CIF Open Division Championship.
Not only that, but there are seven teams in the rankings this week that were not in it the week before. The teams include: Westlake (Atlanta), Pickerington Central (Pickerington, Ohio), Incarnate Word Academy (St. Louis, MO), Cherry Creek (Greenwood Village, Colo.), Hoover (Ala.), Pinewood (Los Altos Hills, Calif.) and Peters Township (McMurray, Pa.).

Super 25 Girls Basketball: The top stays steady, Archbishop Mitty enters back into the rankings

The top seven teams went undefeated this week, and that was evident from the rankings — not a single team from that list of seven dropped down.
Full Rankings: Super 25 Girls Basketball Rankings
Bishop McNamara (Forestville, Md.) High School is still unbeaten and remains atop the rankings for the third week in a row. Miami Country Day (Fla.) and Saint John’s College (Washington D.C.) are ranked second and third, respectively, and the two each have one loss.
Centennial (Las Vegas) was a big mover in the middle of the rankings. The Bulldogs move up to No. 12 after being ranked No. 18 the previous week. The team won twice this week with blowout victories over Fairmont Prep (Anaheim, Calif.) and Windward (Los Angeles). Windward moves down to 20th after ranking 8th last week.
Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, Calif.) was the preseason No. 1 but after back-to-back losses to Southridge (Beaverton, Ore.) and Grandview (Aurora, Colo. ) they dropped out of the top 25. Since those two losses, the Monarchs have reeled off seven straight wins, playing their way back into the rankings. The team, which is No. 24 in the rankings, is led by Haley Jones. Jones has committed to Stanford and is considered the top recruit in the nation, according to ESPNW.