Mouth of Wilson(VA) Oak Hill defeated Dreher High School 81-53 and then had a nice game against Our Savior New American, which they won 68-66. The Warriors defeated Moravian Prep last night. Then, they'll battle Evelyn Mack Academy on Thursday and fellow 2015 T of C team Paul VI on Saturday. Ranked 2nd by MaxPreps Xcellent 25, 2nd by Grassroots FAB 50, 3rd by USA Today Super 25, 3rd by Hoopniks Terrific 30, and 3rd by PrepNation.com.
Chino Hills(CA) went 3-1 in the Rose City tournament this past week. Winning games against Highland 65-63, Dorsey 111-80 and Maranatha 87-65, while falling to Price 84-95 in the semi-finals. The Huskies are off this week.
High Point(NC) Wesleyan Christian picked up two wins (Durham Academy 41-25 and a big win over Christ School 82-63) this past week. The Trojans play twice this week; Tuesday against New Gardens Friends, and Saturday against High Point Christian Academy - a former T of C team themselves in 2010. Ranked 2nd by USA Today Super 25, 14th by MaxPreps Xcellent 25, 16th by Hoopniks Terrific 30, 21st by Grassroots FAB 50, and 23rd by PrepNation.com.
Oakland(CA) Bishop O'Dowd won the battle for the Bay Area (San Fran Vs. Oakland) against Archbishop Riordan 59-41 on Saturday. The Dragons play #1 in the country and 2014 T of C Champion Montverde(FL) Academy on ESPN2 Friday. Ranked 2nd by PrepNation.com, 6th by Grassroots FAB 50, 6th by Hoopkins Terrific 30, 7th by MaxPreps Xcellent 25, and 12th by USA Today Super 25.
Bentonville(AR) won the Van Buren, Arkansas tournament this past week. They had two blow-out wins over Morrilton, AR 80-47 and Pea Ridge, AR 76-40. The Tigers then defeated the host school Van Buren 62-56 to take the tournament title. They'll face Alma, Arkansas on the road tonight. Ranked 24th by Hoopniks Terrific 30, 31st by Grassroots FAB 50, 32rd by USA Today Super 25, 9th in the southwest region by PrepNation.com.
Waynesville(MO) dominated Lebanon(MO) 66-27 and then won a tough defensive battle against local power Nixa(MO) 55-42 on the road Friday night. The Tigers will compete in the Hoopfest tournament in Rogers, Arkansas this week (11th-13th).
Springfield(MO) Parkview will be without their 6'9" Missouri State signee Zach Cameron for a few weeks after he tweaked his knee against Fayetteville(AR). Even without him, the Vikings competed well at the Missouri Basketball Hall of Fame Classic this past week. Notwithstanding a tough game against St. Louis DeSmet, Parkview blew out Oak Park from Kansas City and then lost by only one-point to Jefferson City Helias, the fifth ranked team in all of Missouri by MaxPreps. They'll face Willard(MO) on the road tonight.