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Grand Rapids (Mich.) Christian, Whitney Young (Chicago) crack Super 25 boys basketball rankings

Chicago Whitney Young forward Lucas Williamson celebrates after his team defeated then-No. 20 Simeon (Chicago) in overtime for the IHSA boys’ Class 4A state basketball championship Saturday night in Peoria, Ill. (Photo: Fred Zwicky/Journal Star via AP)

Unbeaten Grand Rapids Christian (Grand Rapids, Mich.) and Illinois 4A state champion Whitney Young (Chicago) are the newest teams in the Super 25 boys basketball rankings.

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Nathan Hale (Seattle) remains the nation’s No. 1 team.

Grand Rapids Christian is 25-0 and No. 22 in the rankings after two playoff wins last week. Thad Shymanski’s three-pointer was the deciding basket in his team’s 59-56 defeat of West Ottawa (Holland) in a Class A regional final. In the other game, James Beck had 16 points in a 64-26 defeat of Muskegon in a regional semifinal.

New No. 25 Whitney Young (27-5) knocked off then-No. 20 Simeon (Chicago) as Lucas Williamson had 19 points in a 60-50 overtime win in the 4A state championship. Williamson also had 17 points in a 51-47 defeat of Fremd (Palatine) in a 4A semifinal.

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There was also some movement in the top 10 as Bishop Montgomery (Torrance, Calif.) moved up two spots to No. 7 after it had playoff defeats of two ranked teams. The Knights (30-2) were led by David Singleton, who had 15 points in a 60-53 win vs. then-No. 11 Mater Dei (Santa Ana) in the CIF Open Division Southern Region finals and 25 points in an 87-80 defeat of then-No. 12 Chino Hills in the Open Division Southern Region semifinals.