HSBB: Jaguar Boys, Shark Girls In Top 10

Ridgeland-Hardeeville’s boys moved up to the No. 2 spot in Class 3A and May River’s girls jumped into the top 10 with a No. 9 ranking in Class 3A in the most recent S.C. Basketball Coaches Association rankings released Wednesday.


5A Boys

1. Dorman

2. Berkeley

3. Lexington

4. Nation Ford

5. River Bluff

6. Fort Mill

7. Blythewood

8. Riverside

9. West Florence

10. Wade Hampton (G)


5A Girls

1. Goose Creek

2. Woodmont

3. Spring Valley

4. Dorman 

5. Sumter

6. Fort Dorchester

7. Lexington

8. Nation Ford

9. West Ashley

10. Clover


4A Boys

1. Ridge View

2. Westwood

3. Orangeburg Wilkinson

4. Greenville

5. Darlington

6. North Augusta

7. Travelers Rest

8. Wren

9. AC Flora

10. Wilson


4A Girls

1. North Augusta

2. South Pointe

3. Westwood

4. Wilson

5. Lower Richland

6. Myrtle Beach 

7. Blue Ridge

8. Airport Blue

9. Greenville

10. Darlington


3A Boys

1. Keenan

2. Ridgeland-Hardeeville

3. Manning

4. Edisto

5. Wade Hampton

6. Newberry

7. Georgetown

8. Southside

9. Pendleton

10. Loris


3A Girls

1. Bishop England

2. Swansea

3. Emerald

4. Dillion

5. Seneca

6. Marion

7. Manning

8. Keenan

9. May River

10. Southside


2A Boys

1. Gray Collegiate

2. Oceanside Collegiate

3. Lee Central

4. Carvers Bay

5. Christ Church

6. Mullins

7. Silver Bluff

8. Saluda

9. Woodland

10. North Charleston


2A Girls

1. Christ Church

2. East Clarendon

3. Buford

4. Mullins

5. Saluda

6. Barnwell

7. Gray Collegiate

8. Andrew Jackson

9. Landrum

10. Lee Central


1A Boys

1. Great Falls

2. High Point Academy

3. Hemingway

4. Charleston Math and Science

5. Lowcountry Leadership

6. Timmonsville

7. Denmark Olar

8. HKT

9. St. Johns

10. Bethune Bowman


1A Girls

1. Scott’s Branch

2. High Point Academy

3. McCormick

4. Timmonsville

5. Estill

6. Military Magnet

7. North

8. Blackville-Hilda  

9. Lake View

10. Wagener-Sally

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