WPIAL boys basketball rankings: Week ending Dec. 17, 2023

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Saturday, December 16, 2023 | 8:20 PM


Class 6A

Rank, Team, W-L, Last

1. Mt. Lebanon, 4-0, 3

2. Butler, 3-1, 1

3. Upper St. Clair, 3-2, 2

4. Baldwin, 4-1, 4

5. Central Catholic, 1-2, 5

Out: none

Class 5A

1. Gateway, 5-1, NR

2. Shaler, 6-0, NR

3. Penn Hills, 2-1, 5

4. Moon, 3-2, 1

5. Peters Township, 4-2, 2

Out: Chartiers Valley (3-3, 3), Fox Chapel (3-3, 4)

Class 4A

1. Lincoln Park, 3-0, 1

2. Uniontown, 4-0, 2

3. Hampton, 5-0, 4

4. Montour, 3-1, 5

5. Knoch, 4-0, NR

Out: Highlands (3-2, 3)

Class 3A

1. Deer Lakes, 5-1, 4

2. Burrell, 5-0, NR

3. Yough, 5-2, 3

4. OLSH, 4-1, NR

5. Mohawk, 1-3, 1

Out: Shady Side Academy (2-4, 2), Ellwood City (3-4, 5)

Class 2A

1. Aliquippa, 2-0, 1

2. Greensburg Central Catholic, 6-1, 2

3. Northgate, 2-1, 3

4. Shenango, 3-2, 4

5. Fort Cherry, 1-1, 5

Out: none

Class A

1. Imani Christian, 1-0, 1

2. Neighborhood Academy, 4-1, 2

3. Monessen, 3-1, 4

4. Aquinas Academy, 4-1, NR

5. Union, 1-4, 3

Out: Carlynton (1-4, 5)

Chris Harlan is a TribLive reporter covering sports. He joined the Trib in 2009 after seven years as a reporter at the Beaver County Times. He can be reached at charlan@triblive.com.

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