Trib HSSN Pennsylvania High School Boys Basketball Rankings for Feb. 20, 2024

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Tuesday, February 20, 2024 | 6:16 PM


With just one exception, there was no movement in the latest Trib HSSN boys basketball state rankings.

Most teams are early in the district postseason awaiting tougher challenges, or enjoying the fruits of their regular season labor with a postseason bye this past week.

However, now as the district postseasons climb into the quarterfinals and beyond, there should be some teams dropping out and some throwing their hats into the state rankings ring.

The only move came in Class 6A when St. Joe’s Prep fell to 5A power Archbishop Wood and Father Judged knocked off Archbishop Wood to allow the Crusaders to invade the Top 5.

There was no movement among the top teams in each classification as Lower Merion in 6A, Imhotep Charter in 5A, Neumann-Goretti in 4A, Troy in 3A, Constitution in 2A and Imani Christian in A remain 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 (21-2) (12) (2)

3. Father Judge (16-7) (12) (NR)

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

5. Archbishop Wood (15-8) (12) (3)

Out: St. Joseph’s Prep (12)

Class 5A

1. Imhotep Institute Charter (21-3) (12) (1)

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

3. Archbishop Ryan (16-7) (12) (3)

4. Moon (20-3) (7) (4)

5. Shaler (21-2) (7) (5)

Out: None

Class 4A

1. Neumann-Goretti (21-2) (12) (1)

2. Lincoln Park (20-3) (7) (2)

3. Hampton (20-3) (7) (3)

4. Archbishop Carroll (16-8) (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. Taylor Riverside (18-3) (2) (4)

4. Loyalsock Township (23-1) (4) (5)

5. Camp Hill Trinity (18-5) (3) (3)

Out: None

Class 2A

1. Constitution (20-5) (12) (1)

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

3. Otto-Eldred (23-1) (9) (3)

4. Mahoney Area (25-0) (11) (4)

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

Out: None

Class A

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

2. Berlin Brothersvalley (22-2) (5) (2)

3. Linville Hill Christian (19-1) (3) (3)

4. Farrell (17-4) (10) (5)

5. Elk County Catholic (22-2) (9) (4)

Out: None

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