With many teams not playing last week, there wasn’t much change in the Observer’s Sweet 16 poll.
North Mecklenburg made a jump to No. 13 and Kings Mountain fell six spots to No. 16 after being upset by a Shelby team that had lost three straight.
The top nine teams remained the same, led by No. 1 Hough, which is averaging nearly 44 points. For the season, the Huskies have allowed 22 points.
|2.||Mallard Creek (4A)||3-0||2|
|3.||Myers Park (4A)||4-0||3|
|4.||Charlotte Christian (IND)||3-0||4|
|5.||Charlotte Catholic (3A)||3-1||5|
|7.||Indian Trail Sun Valley (3A)||4-0||7|
|8.||Richmond Senior (4A)||3-1||8|
|9.||Rock Hill South Pointe (4A)||3-1||9|
|12.||Lenoir Hibriten (2A)||5-0||12|
|13.||North Mecklenburg (4A)||4-0||16|
|14.||Marvin Ridge (3A)||3-1||14|
|16.||Kings Mountain (3A)||3-1||10|
Dropped out: none. Also receiving consideration: Alexander Central (3A, 4-0); Central Cabarrus (3A, 4-0); Gastonia Huss (3A, 4-0); Mooresville (4A, 4-0); West Mecklenburg (4A, 3-1).
Note: The Sweet 16 is a ranking of teams in the Charlotte Observer coverage area. Head-to-head consideration is not given unless teams actually play. To be eligible, teams must belong to the N.C. HIgh School Athletic Association, the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association or the S.C. High School League.