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Boys' Hoops: Southeastern Pa. Top 25

BOYS' BASKETBALL

Boys' Hoops: Southeastern Pa. Top 25

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Junior Amir Hinton and Abington (21-3) are ranked No. 6 in Southeastern Pennsylvania by The Inquirer. The No. 7-seeded Ghosts visit No. 2 Chester (19-5) in a PIAA District 1 Class AAAA quarterfinal at 7 p.m. Friday.

BOYS' BASKETBALL

SOUTHEASTERN PA. TOP 25

Rk. Team Prev. Rk. Rec.

1. Roman Catholic (1) 21-3

2. Neumann-Goretti (2) 20-4

3. Archbishop Carroll (3) 20-4

4. Martin Luther King (5) 22-4

5. Constitution (6) 22-4

6. Abington (8) 21-3

7. Lower Merion (9) 19-6

8. Chester (10) 19-5

9. Philadelphia Electrical (16) 16-10

10. Imhotep Charter (4) 20-5

11. Pennsbury (11) 20-4

12. Westtown (12) 21-6

13. La Salle (14) 18-6

14. Germantown Academy (15) 19-8

15. Haverford School (19) 16-8

16. Conestoga (18) 22-4

17. Great Valley (7) 22-3

18. Penn Wood (17) 16-7

19. St. Joseph's Prep (13) 16-7

20. Math, Civics & Sciences (21) 11-13

21. Central (NR) 22-3

22. Spring-Ford (23) 23-2

23. Plymouth Whitemarsh (20) 20-4

24. Oxford (24) 19-6

25. Academy of the New Church (25) 17-9

Under consideration, listed alphabetically: Archbishop Wood (11-12), Bishop McDevitt (11-12), Church Farm (20-4), Conwell-Egan (15-8), Holy Ghost Prep (19-6), West Chester Rustin (16-8).

- Rick O'Brien

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Rick O’Brien has been at The Inquirer since 1993, primarily covering high school sports in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Reach Rick at robrien@phillynews.com.

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