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Maryland Boys Basketball State Rankings

January 01, 1997

BALTIMORE - The following is the Associated Press high school basketball state rankings for boys and girls.

The rankings are compiled by Sheldon Shealer, sports editor of The (Hagerstown) Morning Herald, with cooperation from high school sports reporters from around the state.

Boys' Basketball

Overall Top 20

1. St. John's-Prospect Hall (8-0); 2. DeMatha (10-1); 3. St. Frances (9-3); 4. St. Vincent Pallotti (11-1); 5. Calvert Hall (11-1); 6. Southwestern (6-0); 7. Lake Clifton (6-2); 8. Dunbar (5-0); 9. Thomas Johnson (4-1); 10. Newport School (10-1); 11. Largo (7-0); 12. Eleanor Roosevelt (8-0); 13. Col. Richardson (6-1); 14. Gaithersburg (9-0); 15. Sherwood (6-0); 16. Arundel (5-1); 17. Mount St. Joseph (8-2); 18. Annapolis (5-2); 19. Aberdeen (6-1); 20. Springbrook (6-2).

Rankings By Classification

Private School Top 10

1. St. John's-PH, 2. DeMatha, 3. St. Frances, 4. St. Vincent Pallotti, 5. Calvert Hall, 6. Newport School, 7. Mount St. Joseph, 8. Severn, 9. Loyola, 10. St. Mary's.

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Class 4A Top 10

1. Southwestern, 2. Lake Clifton, 3. Largo, 4. Eleanor Roosevelt, 5. Gaithersburg, 6. Sherwood, 7. Arundel, 8. Annapolis, 9. Springbrook, 10. Southern-Balt.

Class 3A Top 10

1. Dunbar, 2. Thomas Johnson, 3. Bladensburg, 4. Woodlawn, 5. Centennial, 6. Randallstown, 7. Crossland, 8. Leonardtown, 9. Broadneck, 10. McDonough.

Class 2A Top 10

1. Aberdeen, 2. Surrattsville, 3. Wheaton, 4. Wicomico, 5. Bethesda-CC; 6. Middletown, 7. Southern-AA, 8. Atholton, 9. Wilde Lake, 10. Fort Hill.

Class 1A Top 10

1. Col. Richardson, 2. Williamsport, 3. Easton, 4. Edgewood, 5. Crisfield, 6. Pocomoke, 7. Elkton, 8. Westmar, 9. Brunswick, 10. Cambridge-S.D.

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