Super 25 Regional Girls Basketball Rankings: Week 11

Super 25 Regional Girls Basketball Rankings: Week 11

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Super 25 Regional Girls Basketball Rankings: Week 11

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USA TODAY High School Sports is bringing you Super 25 regional rankings for girls basketball this season as selected by Jim Halley with weekly rankings in five regions — Northeast, Midwest, South, Frontier and Pacific. Records through games of Feb. 23.

Northeast

Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, District of Columbia, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Maine.

  1. National Christian Academy, Fort Washington, Md. (25-0)
  2. Cicero-North Syracuse, Cicero, N.Y. (22-0)
  3. Neumann-Goretti, Philadelphia (23-1)
  4. Riverdale Baptist, Upper Marlboro, Md. (30-3)
  5. Villa Maria Academy, Erie, Pa. (23-0)
  6. St. John Vianney, Holmdel, N.J. (24-1)
  7. Braintree, Mass. (20-0)
  8. Norwin, North Huntington, Pa. (23-0)
  9. Archbishop Wood, Warminster, Pa. (19-6)
  10. Rutgers Prep, Somerset, N.J. (23-0)

South

Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, and Louisiana.

  1. Paul VI, Fairfax, Va. (30-1)
  2. Blackman, Murfreesboro, Tenn. (26-3)
  3. Lacassine, La. (33-0)
  4. Ribault, Jacksonville, Fla. (28-1)
  5. Providence Day, Charlotte, N.C. (27-2)
  6. Oakton, Vienna, Va. (24-0)
  7. St. Francis, Alpharetta, Ga. (28-1)
  8. Spring Valley, Columbia, S.C. (25-2)
  9. Wenonah, Birmingham. Ala. (30-1)
  10. Lake Highland Prep, Orlando (29-3)

Frontier

Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming

  1. Duncanville, Texas (34-0)
  2. North Shore, Houston (33-1)
  3. Dekaney, Houston (31-1)
  4. South, Wichita, Kan. (17-0)
  5. Layton, Utah (21-0)
  6. Grandview, Aurora, Colo. (23-0)
  7. Highlands Ranch, Colo. (22-1)
  8. Copper Hills, West Jordan, Utah (21-0)
  9. Sentinel, Missoula, Mont. (18-0)
  10. Central, Little Rock, Ark. (23-1)

Pacific

California, Arizona, Nevada, Washington, Hawaii, Oregon, Alaska.

  1. St. Mary’s, Stockton, Calif. (23-0)
  2. Centennial, Las Vegas (29-1)
  3. Miramonte, Orinda, Calif. (26-0)
  4. Central Valley, Spokane Valley, Wash. (24-0)
  5. Archbishop Mitty, San Jose (20-3)
  6. Bellevue, Wash. (25-0)
  7. Long Beach Poly (23-3)
  8. Seton Catholic, Chandler, Ariz. (29-1)
  9. Konawaena, Hawaii (26-1)
  10. Lynwood, Wash. (23-0)

Midwest

Ohio, Michigan, Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

  1. Whitney Young, Chicago (25-5)
  2. Wayne, Huber Heights, Ohio (24-1)
  3. Fremd, Palatine, Ill. (26-2)
  4. Wadsworth, Ohio (22-1)
  5. Detroit Country Day, Beverly Hills, Mich. (18-1)
  6. Princeton, Ind. (27-1)
  7. Trinity, River Forest, Ill. (25-5)
  8. Columbus North, Columbus, Ind. (26-1)
  9. Hopkins, Minnetonka, Minn. (22-2)
  10. Heritage, Saginaw, Mich. (17-1)

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