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And the new Sweet 16 boys No. 1 (this week) is Hough’s Huskies

By Langston Wertz Jr.
lwertz@charlotteobserver.com

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    Observer’s Boys Sweet 16 Poll

    Rk. Name (Class) Rec. Prvs.
    1.Hough (4A)13-32
    2. Providence Day (IND)16-34
    3. Lake Norman (4A)13-15
    4.Olympic (4A)15-21
    5.North Mecklenburg (4A)14-23
    6. Weddington (3A)17-19
    7.Berry (4A)14-211
    8. Freedom (3A)16-07
    9. Shelby (2A)16-18
    10. Concord (3A)14-210
    11. West Charlotte (4A)11-56
    12. Ardrey Kell (4A)13-413
    13. Butler (4A)12-415
    14.Newton-Conover (2A)11-316
    15.Rock Hill South Pointe (4A)13-4NR
    16.East Rutherford (2A)12-412

    Dropped out: North Rowan (2A, 9-4). Also receiving consideration: Charlotte Latin (IND, 13-4); Cox Mill (3A, 14-4); Monroe (2A, 6-1)



The Sweet 16 musical chairs continue this week.

Hough, one of seven different teams to reach the top spot in the Observer’s boys basketball poll this season, regained it. Preseason No. 1 Providence Day – the team that held No. 1 the longest this season – fell back to No. 2.

This all happened after Olympic, which had secured No. 1 for the second time this season, was upset by Berry this week. Berry jumped four spots to No. 7.

One new team is in this week. Rock Hill’s South Pointe High is 13-4 and has won eight straight.

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