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Boys' State Basketball Rankings

March 17, 1997

BALTIMORE (AP) - The Maryland Associated Press high school basketball final state rankings, as compiled by The (Hagerstown) Herald-Mail, with cooperation from high school sports reporters from around the state.

Boys' Basketball Overall Top 20:

1. St. John's-Prospect Hall (25-1); 2. Southwestern (27-0); 3. St. Frances (30-6); 4. Calvert Hall (26-6); 5. Thomas Johnson (22-5); 6. DeMatha (25-6); 7. St. Vincent Pallotti (26-5); 8. Newport School (31-4); 9. Lake Clifton (19-5); 10. Parkdale (19-9); 11. Largo (21-3); 12. Paint Branch (17-7); 13. Sherwood (22-3); 14. Gaithersburg (23-2); 15. Randallstown (21-5); 16. Dunbar (18-7); 17. Crossland (23-4); 18. Woodlawn (23-2); 19. Broadneck (21-5); 20. Centennial (22-1).

Rankings By Classification:

-Private School Top 10: 1. St. John's-PH, 2. St. Frances, 3. Calvert Hall, 4. DeMatha, 5. St. Vincent Pallotti, 6. Newport School, 7. Loyola, 8. St. Paul's, 9. Severn, 10. Bullis Prep.

-Class 4A Top 10: 1. Southwestern, 2. Lake Clifton, 3. Parkdale, 4. Largo, 5. Paint Branch, 6. Sherwood, 7. Gaithersburg, 8. Calvert, 9. Springbrook, 10. Annapolis.

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-Class 3A Top 10: 1. Thomas Johnson, 2. Randallstown, 3. Dunbar, 4. Crossland, 5. Woodlawn, 6. Broadneck, 7. Centennial, 8. Westlake, 9. Thomas Stone, 10. Bladensburg.

-Class 2A Top 10: 1. Surrattsville, 2. Milford Mill, 3. Wheaton, 4. Central, 5. Aberdeen, 6. Middletown, 7. City College, 8. Wicomico, 9. Fort Hill, 10. Great Mills.

-Class 1A Top 10: 1. Edgewood, 2. Westmar, 3. Williamsport, 4. Long Reach, 5. Crisfield, 6. Easton, 7. Elkton, 8. Pocomoke, 9. Cambridge-S.D., 10. Col. Richardson.

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