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Sunday, December 18, 2016

New RVA Sports Network Top 10 Basketball Polls

No changes near the top, but lots of changes in the back seven of both Top 10 high school basketball polls this week from The RVA Sports Network as we head into the Times-Dispatch Invitational Tournament Championship Round Monday and a host of Winter Break tournaments across the Central Region.

BOYS:

1) L.C. Bird (was #1)
2) Monacan (was #2)
3) Trinity Episcopal (was #3)
4) Varina (was #6)
5) John Marshall (was #5)
6) Mills Godwin (was #10)
7) Henrico (was #7)
8) Hopewell (was #8)
9) Highland Springs (NEW)
10) St. Christopher's (was #4)

NOTES: The top three stay intact, while Varina moves over John Marshall after handing the Justices their first loss in the T-DIT Semifinals Saturday. Unbeaten Mills Godwin knocks Hermitage out of the Top 10 and leaps over Henrico, whom they defeated Thursday. St. Christopher's tumbles six spots after two early T-DIT losses.

GIRLS:

1) Monacan (was #1)
2) Highland Springs (was #2)
3) Trinity Episcopal (was #7)
4) Hopewell (was #6)
5) St. Catherine's (was #5)
6) J.R. Tucker (was #8)
7) Cosby (was #4)
8) James River (was #9)
9) Huguenot (was #3)
10) L.C. Bird (was #10)

NOTES: The Chiefs get a win Saturday in South Carolina, stay unbeaten, at the top of our poll, and in the Top 10 of the USA Today Super 25. Highland Springs will go for another T-DIT title Monday when they face Trinity Episcopal, who zoom up to #3 with two big wins, handing Hopewell their first loss in Saturday's semifinal. Hopewell handed Cosby its first loss Friday in the first round before the Titans handed Huguenot its second loss in less than 24 hours as the Falcons fall six positions. J.R. Tucker now sniffs the top five.

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