USA TODAY Sports' Boy Basketball Super 25 for Week of March 21

USA TODAY Sports' Boy Basketball Super 25 for Week of March 21

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USA TODAY Sports' Boy Basketball Super 25 for Week of March 21

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The Super 25 Expert Rankings are compiled by USA TODAY Sports’ JimHalley, based on results, tradition, quality of players and strength of schedule. Results are through Sunday’s games. For regional rankings, go to usatodayhss.com. Next Rankings: March 28.

Montverde's RJ Barrett (5) lDevearl Ramsey. (Photo: David Butler II, USA TODAY Sports)

Montverde Academy’s RJ Barrett (left) (Photo: David Butler II, USA TODAY Sports)

  1. Chino Hills, Calif. (34-0)

Previous: 1. Result: LiAngelo Ball had 27 points in an 84-62 defeat of Bishop Montgomery (Torrance) in a CIF Open Division Regional Final. Onyeka Okongwu had 19 points and 11 rebounds in an 82-62 defeat of Foothills Christian (El Cajon) in second round of CIF Open Division playoffs.

  1. Montverde Academy, Montverde, Fla. (25-1)

Previous: 2. Result: Idle. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals, March 31-April 2.

  1. Oak Hill Academy, Mouth of Wilson, Va. (42-1)

Previous: 3. Results: Idle.Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

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  1. St. Anthony, Jersey City (31-0)

Previous: 4. Results: Jagan Mosely had 14 points in a 67-30 defeat of Teaneck in state Tournament of Champions semifinal.

  1. Findlay Prep, Henderson, Nev. (28-1)

Previous: 5. Result: Idle. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

Detroit Jesuit's Cassius Winston (Photo: Salwan Georges, Detroit Free Press)

Detroit Jesuit’s Cassius Winston (Photo: Salwan Georges, Detroit Free Press)

  1. Detroit Jesuit, Detroit (25-0)

Previous: 6. Results: Cassius Winston had 20 points in a 47-39 defeat of Detroit Western in a Class A regional championship. Winston had 20 points in a 74-49 defeat of Churchill (Livonia) in a regional semifinal.

  1. Chaminade, St. Louis (27-5)

Previous: 8. Results: Jayson Tatum had 40 points and 14 rebounds in a 72-59 defeat of Kickapoo in the Class 5 state championship. Tatum had 28 points in a 75-49 defeat of St. Louis University (St. Louis) in Class 5 semifinal.

  1. H.D. Woodson, Washington, D.C. (33-0)

Previous: 7. Result: District of Columbia State Athletic Association champion.

  1. St. Benedict’s Prep, Newark (35-1)

Previous: 9. Results: Idle. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

  1. Stevens Point, Wis. (28-0)

Previous: 11. Results: Trev Anderson and Sam Hauser each had 33 points in an 89-64 defeat of Muskego in the Division I state championship. Anderson and Hauser each had 32 points in a 75-48 defeat of Sheboygan North (Sheboygan) in the Division I state semifinal.

DeMatha Catholic's DJ Harvey (Photo: Gregory Payan, Associated Press)

DeMatha Catholic’s DJ Harvey (Photo: Gregory Payan, Associated Press)

  1. La Lumiere, La Porte, Ind. (25-3)

Previous: 10. Result: Idle. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

  1. DeMatha Catholic, Hyattsville, Md. (31-5)

Previous: 12. Results: Alhambra Invitational and Maryland Private Schools state champion.

  1. Miller Grove, Lithonia, Ga. (30-2)

Previous: 13. Result: Class AAAAA state champion. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

  1. Providence Day, Charlotte, N.C. (30-3)

Previous: 14. Result: North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association 3A state champion. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

  1. Wasatch Academy, Mount Pleasant, Utah (29-3)

Previous: 15. Result: Idle. Will play next in Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

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New Albany's Romeo Langford (right) (Photo: Matt Kryger, IndyStar)

New Albany’s Romeo Langford (right) (Photo: Matt Kryger, IndyStar)

  1. DeSoto, Texas (36-2)

Previous: 16. Result: 6A state champion.

  1. Federal Way, Wash. (29-0)

Previous: 17. Result: 4A state champion.

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  1. St. John’s, Washington, D.C. (30-5)

Previous: 18. Results: Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champion.

  1. New Albany, Ind. (26-1)

Previous: 19. Results: Romeo Langford had 46 points in an 82-64 defeat of Southport (Indianapolis) in 4A Semi-State championship.

  1. Overland, Aurora, Colo. (25-3)

Previous: 20. Result: Two-time consecutive 5A state champion.

Advance Preparatory International small forward Mark Vital (left) and point guard Trevon Duval (center) and power forward Billy Preston (right) during practice. (Photo by Jerome Miron, USA TODAY Sports)

Advance Preparatory International small forward Mark Vital (left) and point guard Trevon Duval (center) and power forward Billy Preston (right) during practice. (Photo by Jerome Miron, USA TODAY Sports)

  1. Memphis East, Memphis (32-2)

Previous: Not ranked. Result: Alex Lomax had 14 points in a 64-60 defeat of Cordova in the AAA state championship. Terrance Moss had 13 points in a 46-41 defeat of then-No. 22 Memphis East (Memphis) in AAA state semifinal.

  1. Greenforest Christian, Decatur, Ga. (30-2)

Previous: 21. Result: Class A state champion.

  1. Atascocita, Humble, Texas (38-1)

Previous: 23. Results: 6A state runner-up.

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  1. Advanced Prep International, Dallas (34-7)

Previous: 25. Result: Texas Christian Athletic League 4A champion.

  1. Roman Catholic, Philadelphia (27-4)

Previous: Not ranked. Result: Lamar Stevens had 27 points in a 73-62 defeat of Allderdice (Pittsburgh) in the AAA state championship. It was the Cahillities’ second consecutive state title.

Dropped out: No. 22 Blackman, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; No. 24 Simeon, Chicago.

 

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