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Not much change in basketball Sweet 16, Myers Park girls still rule

By Langston Wertz Jr.
lwertz@charlotteobserver.com

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    Rk. School (Class) Rec. Pvs
     1.Myers Park (4A)16-11
     2. Hickory (3A)15-02
     3.Bandys (2A)16-03
     4. Ardrey Kell (4A)14-44
     5.Lake Norman Charter (2A)16-15
     6.Parkwood (3A)15-18
     7. Providence Day (IND)19-39
     8.Harding (4A)11-410
     9.Hopewell (4A)14-36
    10.Alexander Central (4A)17-111
    11.Weddington (3A)16-312
    12.Mallard Creek (4A)14-47
    13.North Rowan (2A)11-313
    14. Anson Senior (3A)14-214
    15East Rutherford (2A)14-215
    16.Robinson (4A)13-416

    Dropped Out: None. Also receiving consideration: Rocky River (4A, 14-4); East Burke (2A, 12-3); Hough (4A, 13-4); Crest (3A, 14-3); East Rowan (3A, 14-3).



It’s still Myers Park’s world, at least as far as the Observer’s girls’ basketball Sweet 16 is concerned.

The Mustangs, coached by Barbara Nelson, began the season at No. 1, and as the final few weeks of regular-season play arrives, the nationally ranked Mustangs still are No. 1.

No new teams entered the poll this week and the top five remained the same. The bottom four teams also remained the same. A few upsets caused some shifting in the middle.

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