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slides: Power Pack: High School Rankings - Boys Basketball

Friday, January 03, 2014

 

As the calendar flips from 2013 to 2014 the competition in Central Massachusetts boys basketball is starting to heat up. A flurry of top-10 matchups are upcoming in the first month of 2014, including a highly anticipated 1 vs. 2 matchup between No. 1 St. Peter-Marian and No. 2 St. John's (Shrewsbury) on January 7.

Since last week, No 7 St. Bernard's, No. 8 Auburn, No. 9 Quabbin and No. 10 Burncoat have dropped from the rankings while Bartlett, Sutton, Douglas and Worcester South have moved in. See where they land and where your team falls in this week's Power Pack

 

Related Slideshow: Power Pack:  High School Rankings - Boys Basketball - 1-3

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10. Bartlett

Record: 5-0, 5-0

Points Per Game: 67.8

Points Against Per Game: 59.8

Leading Scorer: Alexander Givins-Perry - 19.2 PPG

Key Upcoming Games: 1/8 at Quaboag, 1/27 at Auburn

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9. Douglas

Record: 5-0, 1-0

Points Per Game: 62.4

Points Against Per Game: 36.2

Leading Scorer: Brandon Baril - 20.0 PPG

Key Upcoming Games: 1/7 at (5) Sutton, 1/10 at (6) Whitinsville Christian

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8. Worcester South

Record: 4-2, 1-0

Points Per Game: 56.8

Points Against Per Game: 57.7

Leading Scorer: Kasheen Cunningham - 27.5 PPG

Key Upcoming Games: 1/28 vs. (1) St. Peter-Marian, 1/31 at (2) St. John's Shrewsbury

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7. Leominster

Record: 4-2, 0-0

Points Per Game: 60

Points Against Per Game: 53

Leading Scorer: Derek Franks - 13 PPG

Key Upcoming Games: 1/7 at (3) Fitchburg, 1/16 at (4) Wachusett

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6. Whitinsville Christian

Record: 3-1, 1-0

Points Per Game: 61.3

Points Against Per Game: 53

Leading Scorer: Richard Santos - 13.8 PPG

Key Upcoming Games: 1/10 vs. (9) Douglas, 1/17 at (5) Sutton

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5. Sutton

Record: 6-0, 1-0

Points Per Game: 54

Points Against Per Game: 44.7

Leading Scorer: Gordy Smythe - 12.6 PPG

Key Upcoming Games: 1/7 vs. (9) Douglas, 1/17 vs. (6) Whitinsville Christian

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4. Wachusett

Record: 4-1, 1-0

Points Per Game: 54.4

Points Against Per Game: 53.8

Leading Scorer: Tyler Dion - 18 PPG

Key Upcoming Games: 1/14 vs. (3) Fitchburg, 1/16 vs. (7) Leominster

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3. Fitchburg

Record: 5-1, 0-0

Points Per Game: 61.8

Points Against Per Game: 50.3

Leading Scorer: Manny Payton - 12.5 PPG

Key Upcoming Games: 1/7 vs. (7) Leominster, 1/14 at (4) Wachusett

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2. St John's (Shrewsbury)

Record: 5-1, 1-0

Points Per Game: 69.7

Points Against Per Game: 46

Leading Scorer: Drew Vittum - 11 PPG

Key Upcoming Games: 1/3 vs. Brockton, 1/7 vs. (1) St. Peter-Marian

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1. St. Peter-Marian

Record: 4-0, 1-0

Points Per Game: 69.5

Points Against Per Game: 42.3

Leading Scorer: Makai Ashton-Langford - 15.8 PPG

Key Upcoming Games: 1/5 vs. Catholic Memorial, 1/7 at (2) St. John's (Shrewsbury)

 
 

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