Springfield(MO) Kickapoo picked up two non-conference victories over local Central Ozark Conference rivals Ozark(MO) 78-64 and previously undefeated Branson(MO) 63-50.
Willard(MO) was upended by the ninth ranked team in Missouri Class 4 Springfield(MO) Hillcrest 46-50, but came back with a dominating win over fellow Central Ozark Conference member Marshfield(MO) 66-24.
Middle Village(NY) Christ the King lost for the first time this season 48-69 to Bronx(NY) Cardinal Haynes.
Fairfax(VA) Paul VI made its way to Ft. Myers, Florida to compete in the City of Palms tournament. In advancing to the championship game, they defeated Miami(FL) Norland 81-53, Marietta(GA) Wheeler 62-46, and Chicago(IL) Whitney Young 57-52. Paul VI faced a familiar foe in the title game as Montverde(FL) once again stood in between them and a tournament title. Last season, Paul VI upset Montverde(FL) to capture the 2013 Bass Pro Shops Tournament Of Champions. However, in the rematch it was Monverde(FL) that came out on top 58-53.
High Point(NC) Wesleyan Christian traveled to Columbia, South Carolina to play in the Chick-Fil-A Classic where they went 2-1. The Crusaders fell to national power Oak Hill(VA) 46-70 in the first round, but rebounded with two wins over Columbia(SC) Spring Valley (61-53) and Baltimore(MD) St. Francis (73-40).
Sun Valley(CA) Village Christian won its only game of the week against Golden Valley 81-49.
Montverde(FL) Academy won the City of Palms tournament in Ft. Myers, FL getting a revenge victory over Fairfax(VA) Paul VI in the championship game 58-53. Paul VI had defeated Montverde to win the 2013 Bass Pro Shops Tournament Of Champions on a last second shot. Their other wins in the event were against Milton(GA) 77-42, Brooklyn(NY) Lincoln 74-70 in overtime, and Jacksonville(FL) Providence 58-51.
Memphis(TN) White Station flew all the way to Hawaii to win the Iolani Classic tournament championship by defeating Fuxin New Star (China) 61-46, Mt. Vernon(NY) 56-51, West Linn(OR) 66-54, and Los Angeles(CA) Westchester 65-41 in the title game.
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#1 attended high school basketball tournament in the country.