Cuthbertson High is in the Sweet 16 this week.
The Cavaliers (14-4) check in at No. 14 after upsetting No. 8 Weddington and ending Weddington’s 14-game win streak. Cuthbertson, coached by Mike Helms, has won five straight games and plays at rival Anson Senior Friday.
Nationally ranked Ardrey Kell, state power Providence Day and 4A state title contender North Meck all remained in the top three spots. Butler jumped two spots to No. 4. Hough also returned to the top 10, moving up four spots to No. 7 after upsetting Robinson, which is No. 9 this week.
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|1.||Ardrey Kell (4A)||18-1||1|
|2.||Providence Day (IND)||19-4||2|
|3.||North Mecklenburg (4A)||18-1||3|
|5.||West Charlotte (4A)||15-3||4|
|11.||Rock Hill South Pointe (3A)||9-6||8|
|12.||Charlotte Christian (IND)||16-6||12|
|13.||Hickory Ridge (3A)||15-4||13|
|15.||East Lincoln (2A)||13-0||15|
|16.||Lake Norman Charter (2A)||13-4||16|
Dropped out: Charlotte Catholic (4A, 14-5). Also receiving consideration: Lincoln Charter (1A, 18-4); Cox Mill (3A, 14-6); Forest Hills (3A, 15-4)
Note: Eligible teams are those in Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Mecklenburg, Union and York counties that do not allow student-athletes to repeat a grade and maintain eligibility once beginning their ninth-grade year. Eligible schools must also belong to a recognized state association. The girls’ Sweet 16 will run on Tuesday. Past polls are available at charlotteobserver.com/preps