Myers Park, ranked No. 4 in USA Today’s national poll, won a big game with Ardrey Kell last week and remains at No. 1 in the Observer’s Sweet 16 girls’ basketball poll.
Ardrey Kell remained at No. 2, and the top 12 spots remained the same.
Two teams joined the poll this week: Hough’s girls are in at No. 13, and Charlotte Catholic’s girls are in at No. 15. Both teams are 2-0.
|1. Myers Park (4A)||2-0||48||1|
|2. Ardrey Kell (4A)||1-1||45||2|
|3. Providence Day (IND)||1-0||42||3|
|4. Weddington (3A)||2-0||39||4|
|5. Hopewell (4A)||2-0||36||5|
|6. Butler (4A)||2-0||33||6|
|7. West Charlotte (4A)||1-0||30||7|
|8. Monroe (2A)||1-0||27||8|
|9. Lake Norman Charter (2A)||0-0||24||9|
|10. Robinson (4A)||1-0||21||10|
|11. Rock Hill Northwestern (4A)||0-0||18||11|
|12. Berry (4A)||2-0||15||12|
|13. Hough (4A)||2-0||8||NR|
|14. South Mecklenburg (4A)||2-1||8||13|
|15. Charlotte Catholic (4A)||2-0||6||NR|
|16. South Iredell (3A)||0-0||5||15|
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Dropped out: East Gaston (3A, 1-2); Lincoln Charter (1A, 4-1). Also receiving votes: None.
First-Place Votes: Myers Park (3)
Note: A three-person panel of Observer sportswriter voted. Eligible teams are in Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Mecklenburg, Union and York counties that do not allow student-athletes to repeat a grade and maintain eligiblity once beginning their ninth-grade year. Eligible schools also must belong to a recognized state association.