Chino Hills holds onto No. 1 as three new teams join Super 25 boys basketball rankings

Chino Hills holds onto No. 1 as three new teams join Super 25 boys basketball rankings

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Chino Hills holds onto No. 1 as three new teams join Super 25 boys basketball rankings

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No. 1 Chino Hills improved to 30-0 with a defeat of then-No. 22 Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.). (Photo: David Butler II-USA Today Sports Images)

No. 1 Chino Hills improved to 30-0 with a defeat of then-No. 22 Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.). (Photo: David Butler II-USA Today Sports Images)

LiAngelo Ball had 34 points to lead Chino Hills to a 102-54 CIF Open Division playoff defeat of then-No. 22 Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.) as the Huskies improved to 30-0 and strengthened their hold on the No. 1 spot in the in the Super 25 boys basketball rankings.

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There are three new teams this week: No. 23 Apple Valley, Minn.; No. 24 Miller Grove (Lithonia, Ga.); and No. 25 Shenendehowa (Clifton Park, N.Y.).

Cameron Kirksey led Apple Valley (27-1) with 21 points in a 73-43 defeat of Rosemount in section 3-AAAA semifinal and Gary Trent Jr. had 30 points in a 106-77 defeat of Sibley (Mendota Heights) in a section 3-AAAA quarterfinal.

Alterique Gilbert had 21 points to lead Miller Grove (29-2) to a 72-52 defeat of McIntosh (Peachtree City) in state AAAAA semifinal. Gilbert had 16 points in a 66-41 defeat of South Paulding (Douglasville) in state AAAAA quarterfinal.

Shendehowa improved to 22-0 as Kevin Huerter had 26 points in a 55-38 defeat of Christian Brothers Academy (Albany) in a Section 2 Class AA semifinal.

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