Trib HSSN Pennsylvania Boys Basketball Rankings for Feb. 13, 2024

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Tuesday, February 13, 2024 | 6:18 PM


Call it the calm before the postseason storm.

The 30 teams ranked in last week’s Trib HSSN boys basketball state rankings wrapped up the regular seasons in victorious fashion, providing little movement in this week’s Top 5.

While there were a couple of losses that led to a little movement here or there, the only ranked team to lose and fall out of the state rankings was in Class 3A where Loyalsock Township replaces Deer Lakes.

As many district playoffs are about to tip off, the HSSN top-ranked state teams remained on top with Lower Merion in 6A, Imhotep Charter in 5A, Neumann-Goretti in 4A, Troy in 3A, Constitution in 2A and Imani Christian in A still at No. 1.

Here is the latest Top 5 in each of the six classifications. Teams are listed with overall record, district and last week’s ranking.

Class 6A

1. Lower Merion (21-1) (1) (1)

2. Roman Catholic (18-2) (12) (2)

3. Archbishop Wood (15-7) (12) (3)

4. Chester (18-2) (1) (5)

5. St. Joseph’s Prep (17-5) (12) (4)

Out: None

Class 5A

1. Imhotep Institute Charter (19-3) (12) (1)

2. Abington Heights (22-0) (2) (2)

3. Archbishop Ryan (15-7) (12) (3)

4. Moon (19-3) (7) (4)

5. Shaler (20-2) (7) (5)

Out: None

Class 4A

1. Neumann-Goretti (20-2) (12) (1)

2. Lincoln Park (19-3) (7) (2)

3. Hampton (19-3) (7) (3)

4. Archbishop Carroll (15-7) (12) (4)

5. Blue Mountain (20-2) (11) (5)

Out: None

Class 3A

1. Troy (22-0) (4) (1)

2. Bishop Guilfoyle (18-3) (6) (2)

3. Camp Hill Trinity (17-4) (3) (3)

4. Taylor Riverside (18-3) (2) (5)

5. Loyalsock Township (21-1) (4) (NR)

Out: Deer Lakes (7)

Class 2A

1. Constitution (18-5) (12) (1)

2. Aliquippa (17-5) (7) (2)

3. Otto-Eldred (20-1) (9) (3)

4. Mahoney Area (22-0) (11) (4)

5. Greensburg Central Catholic (20-2) (7) (5)

Out: None

Class A

1. Imani Christian (11-10) (7) (1)

2. Berlin Brothersvalley (19-2) (5) (2)

3. Linville Hill Christian (17-1) (3) (3)

4. Farrell (16-4) (10) (5)

5. Elk County Catholic (20-1) (9) (4)

Out: None

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