HSBB: RHHS, WB Boys In SCBCA Top 10

Ridgeland-Hardeeville’s boys slipped to fourth in Class 3A and Whale Branch’s boys jumped into the top 10 in Class 2A in the latest S.C. Basketball Coaches Association rankings released Jan. 9.

5A Boys

1. Dorman

2. Berkeley

3. Nation Ford

4. Blythewood

5. Lexington

6. River Bluff

7. Fort Mill

8. Spartanburg

9. Northwestern

T10. Conway

T10. Westside

5A Girls

1. Goose Creek

2. Spring Valley

3. Fort Dorchester

4. Sumter

5. Dorman

6. Woodmont 

7. West Ashley

8. Lexington

9. Westside

10. TL Hanna

4A Boys

1. Westwood

2. Ridge View

3. Darlington

4. Orangeburg-Wilkinson

5. Greenville

6. North Augusta

7. Travelers Rest

8. Wren

9. Lakewood

10. Hartsville

4A Girls

1. North Augusta

2. South Pointe

3. Westwood

4. Wilson

5. Myrtle Beach

6. Lower Richland  

7. Greenville

8. Darlington

9. Orangeburg Wilkinson

10.  Blue Ridge   

3A Boys

1. Keenan

2. Edisto

3. Manning

4. Ridgeland-Hardeeville

5. Newberry

6. Southside

7. Georgetown

8. Loris

9. Bishop England

10. Wade Hampton (H)

3A Girls

1. Bishop England

2. Clinton

3. Woodruff

4. Camden

5. Marion

6. Manning

7. Swansea

8. Emerald

9. Union County

10. Dillion

2A Boys

1.Gray Collegiate

2. North Charleston

3. Lee Central

4. Mullins

5. Oceanside Collegiate

6. Burke

7. Saluda

8. Silver Bluff

9. Andrew Jackson

10. Whale Branch

2A Girls 

1. Christ Church

2. Andrew Jackson

3. Brashier Middle College Charter

4. Buford

5. Gray Collegiate Academy

6. Saluda

7. Landrum

8. Timberland

9. Latta

10. Barnwell

1A Boys

1. Great Falls

2. High Point Academy

3. Denmark Olar

4. Hemingway

5. North

6. Hunter-Kinard-Tyler

7. Dixie

8. Wagener-Salley

9. Whitmire

10. Timmonsville

1A Girls

1. Scott’s Branch

2. High Point Academy

3. McCormick

4. Green Sea Floyds

5. Timmonsville

6. Military Magnet

7. Blackville-Hilda

8. Wagener-Salley

9. Estill

10. North

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