Trib 10: Lincoln Park returns to boys power rankings

By:
Wednesday, February 17, 2021 | 7:53 PM


A week after Belle Vernon made a drastic leap and debuted at No. 1 in the boys Trib 10, there is very little movement this week in the latest HSSN basketball power rankings.

As the regular season winds down to a week remaining, only New Castle falling five spots and Highlands falling out of the top 10 highlights the boys power movements this week.

Based on the huge win at New Castle, Chartiers Valley jumped up from No. 6 to No. 4.

Highlands lost twice and was replaced in the rankings by Lincoln Park.

On the girls side, No. 7 Mt. Lebanon fell one spot after losing to No. 5 North Catholic. No. 3 Chartiers Valley remained in that spot despite a close loss to No. 1 North Allegheny.

Here are the latest rankings with overall record and last week’s ranking.

Boys Trib 10

1. Belle Vernon Leopards, (10-1), (1)

2. Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Chargers, (15-0), (3)

3. Upper St. Clair Panthers, (11-1), (4)

4. Chartiers Valley Colts, (16-1), (6)

5. Mars Fightin’ Planets, (11-1), (5)

6. Fox Chapel Foxes, (13-2), (8)

7. New Castle Red Hurricane, (13-2), (2)

8. Laurel Highlands Mustangs, (9-3), (9)

9. North Allegheny Tigers, (12-3), (7)

10. Lincoln Park Leopards, (11-4), (NR)

Out: Highlands Golden Rams

Girls Trib 10

1. North Allegheny Tigers, (15-0), (1)

2. Trinity Hillers, (13-1), (2)

3. Chartiers Valley Colts, (14-2), (3)

4. Upper St. Clair Panthers, (11-1), (4)

5. North Catholic Trojans, (14-2), (5)

6. Beaver Bobcats, (12-0), (6)

7. Mohawk Warriors, (12-2), (8)

8. Mt. Lebanon Blue Devils, (12-3), (7)

9. Rochester Rams, (11-3), (9)

10. Norwin Knights, (10-2), (10)

Out: None

More Basketball

Belle Vernon hires former Shaler, Gateway coach to lead girls basketball program
20 years later, Roundball Classic continues to evolve
PIAA sets 2025-28 state championship sites for basketball, wrestling, swimming
Chartiers Valley poised to hire Corey Dotchin as boys basketball coach
Penn Hills notebook: Basketball alumnus Daemar Kelly heads to St. Francis