New NCPreps.com Boys and Girls Hoops Polls with Page boys(#4) and girls(#10), SEG girls(#6), HPA boys(#10), Bishop girls(#2) and Northern Guilford girls(votes)

Posted by Andy Durham on January 9, 2012 at 9:54 pm under High School | 11 Comments to Read

All polls coming in from Deana King and Don Hines at www.ncpreps.com…..

NCPreps.com/HS Media Basketball Polls

4A Boys
Team (LAST WEEK) (FIRST PLACE VOTES) PTS
1. Oylmpic15-0) (1) (11) 110 pts
2. New Hanover(12-0) (2) 99 pts
3. Garner (12-1)(3) 88 pts
4. Page(12-2) (5) 65 pts
5. Apex(13-2) (10) 53 pts
6. Green Hope(13-2) (6) 47 pts
7. Pine Forest(14-1) (6) 44 pts
8. Hoke County(10-1) (9) 35 pts
9. West Charlotte(11-5) (4) 26 pts
10.Richmond County(10-1) (6) 19 pts

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3A Boys
1. Chapel Hill (14-0)(1) (9)108 pts
2. Concord(12-0) (2) (2)101 pts
3. West Craven(14-0) (3) 86 pts
4. Freedom(14-1) (5) 71 pts
5. North Forsyth(11-2) (8) 51 pts
6. Charlotte Catholic(11-2) (NR)48 pts
7. Berry(12-2) (3) 36 ptsr
8. Hickory(13-2) (9) 33 pts
9. Rocky Mount(11-3) (HM) 21 pts
10.Asheboro(14-1) (6) 15 pts
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2A Boys
1. Kinston(11-3) (3) (6) 102 pts
2. Cuthbertson(13-1) (1) (3) 91 ptsr
3. East Rutherford (12-2)(2) 88 pts
4. Croatan(11-0) (4) 74 pts
5. West Stokes(10-2) (5) 67 pts
6. East Baden(13-1) (5) 54 pts
7. Ashe County(12-1) (7) 37 pts
8. Bunn(12-2) (8) 34 pts
9. Trinity(13-2) (10) 20 pts
10.TW Andrews(11-4) (10)16 pts
HM
Reidsville(9-2) 6 pts
Jordan-Matthews(12-2) 5 pts
Cummings(8-2) 2 pts
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1A Boys
1. WS Prep(11-1) (1) (6) 102 pts
2. Hayesville(14-0) (2) (2) 95 pts
3. North Rowan(11-2) (3) (3) 87 pts
4. Hendersonville (10-0)(4) 82 pts
5. Rocky Mt Prep(11-3) (6) 61 pts
6. Lejeune (13-1)(5) 42 pts
7. Northampton-West(11-2) (7) 30 pts
8. South Davidson(11-4) (9) 29 pts
9. Mitchell(10-3) (8) 25 pts
10.Plymouth(6-3 4-0) (NR) 14 pts
HM
East Surry(9-3) 5 pts

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4A Girls
1. Myers Park15-0) (1) (11) 110 pts
2. South View(13-0) (2) 97 pts
3. Millbrook (14-1)(3) 84 pts
4. MT Tabor(15-0) (4) 73 pts
5. Porter Ridge(13-0) (6) 58 pts
6. SE Guilford(13-1) (5) 54 pts
7. Green Hope(13-2) (7) 44 pts
8. Southern Durham(12-1) (7) 27 pts
9. McDowell (13-2) (9) 25 pts
10.Page(13-2) (HM)12 pts
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3A Girls
1. Hickory (14-1)(1) (8) 106 pts
2. West Craven(13-0) (3) (3) 99 pts
3. Carson(14-1) (4) 87 pts
4. Northern Nash(10-0) (7) 71 pts
5. RS Central (13-1)(6) 57 pts
6. Berry(12-1) (5) 51 pts
7. Chapel Hill(12-1) (8) 35 pts
8. South Central(7-2) (2) 34 pts
9. Rocky Mount(12-2) (10) 30 pts
10.Harding(11-1) (HM) 15 pts
HM
Asheboro(13-2) 4 pts
Northern Guilford(12-3) 4 pts
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2A Girls
1. Bandys(14-0) (2) (3) 100 pts
2. Salisbury(12-2) (1)(6) 97 pts
3. North Surry(14-0) (3) (1) 91 pts
4. Wilkes Central(13-0) (4) (1) 70 pts
5. Jordan-Matthews(14-0) (6) 63 pts
6. North Stanly(12-0) (7) 48 pts
7. Newton Conover(11-3) (8) 43 pts
8. Northside-Jax (12-1)(9) 29 pts
9. Kinston(10-3) (10) 28 pts
10.Franklinton(10-1) (5) 21 pts
HM
Thomasville(8-2) 2 pts
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1A Girls
1. Southside(13-1) (2) (3) 99 Pts
2. Bishop McGuinness(12-2) (1) (8) 98 pts
3. Riverside-Martin(13-1) (3) 83 pts
4. Lakewood (12-1)(7) 58 pts
5. Cherokee(11-2) (8) 47 pts
5. River Mill(10-3) (HM) 47 pts
7. Goldsboro(11-2) (9) 46 pts
8. Jones(10-2) (HM) 40 pts
9. SE Halifax(9-0) (4) 39 pts
10.Lejeune (11-2)(6) 21 pts


  • ballin said,

    I am surprised NW girls wasn’t rankef #2, oh the committee members aren’t from Greensboro! …..”NFFD”

  • Matt said,

    I think private schools like Bishop McGuinness that can hand out scholarships for basketball players should be forced to play one division higher or they should get their own conference so they go head to head with schools like Oak Ridge Military or FS Country Day.

    Bishop McGuinness winning 6 titles in a row is an achievements but deserves a “*” next to the titles because they recruit and only compete against 1-A public schools… that cannot recruit or hand out scholarships…in the state tournament.

  • Tom said,

    They are not allowed to hand out scholarships. That is a myth.

  • Matt said,

    No it’s not. I personally know of two at Bishop and one at Greensboro Day. They may not not specifically called it a sports scholarship, but their tuition is waived becasue they can play ball.

  • Tom said,

    I am only referring to Bishop. Since they play in a conference with public schools, they have to abide by the same rules. The other private schools can do whatever they want.

  • Matt said,

    I know a parent on an AAU program that is run by the girls coach. She applied at Bishop to get “tuition assistance”. Both parents are doing quite well in their jobs. Doubt they would qualify just based on income. The Bishop girls coach endorsd their application with a letter. If that’s not a sports scholarship, what is?

  • Tom said,

    They are not supposed to be able to do that. It sounds like somebody needs to look into this. You should forward this info over to the NCHSAA.

  • McFly said,

    My personal feeling is that private schools should not be allowed to play in the Public School play-off system. I know schools that do this are not suppose to offer “Athletic” scholarships but they can recruit and they can get people from “out of district.” This cannot be properly governed. Even if they abide by this these rules, they have an advantage in pulling in kids because of other privaledges such as college attention.

    Start another bracket for only private schools.

  • What is equal said,

    According to what “McFly” is saying, Guilford Co schools should never play Forsyth Co schools or any private school. Forsyth Co players can switch to schools out of their district which is the same flexibility for any private school. Bishop was accepted into the regular public school of play because they must follow specific rules. People on the outside keep thinking that these schools are recruiting players and that is just not the case. Current parents and players at these schools recruit future students and players. Once a student and/or parents show an interest and/or apply to these private schools, then the coaches can get involved (by the way, this is the same basic process that the public schools are suppose to be following).

  • Matt said,

    Agreed but how many of those student athletes whose parents couldn’t afford the $5k semester would go to the private school?

    It’s not a level playing field to up against a public school of the same size. Make them ply up a bracket or give them their own division for state titles.

  • Matt said,

    Wow. Bad typing in previous post. Sorry.