N-G Top 10 Girls' Basketball: Chargers finish out front

N-G Top 10 Girls' Basketball: Chargers finish out front

SCHOOL (previous)    W-L
1. Centennial (1)    30-4
2. St. Thomas More (2)    32-3
3. Clinton (3)    25-6
4. Watseka (6)    26-7
5. Iroquois West (—)    22-10
6. Danville (4)    17-11
7. Central (5)    16-12
8. LeRoy (—)    20-10
9. St. Joseph-Ogden (8)    21-9
10. Sullivan (10)    19-10

NEAR MISSES: Armstrong-Potomac, Georgetown-Ridge Farm, Paxton-Buckley-Loda, Schlarman, Shiloh, Unity, Villa Grove
 

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person in CU area wrote on February 28, 2013 at 8:02 pm

Dear people reading this: I think that losing the sectional championship is not quite as good as placing second in the state.  Why then does Centennial outrank Saint Thomas More??  The girls from Saint Thomas More went on a history making journey this year and placed second in the state.  This is not to say that the girls from Centennial did not have a great season as well.  However, with a better record and a better finish to the season, Saint Thomas More should be ranked number one.You might say that because STM lost to Centennial by five points during the season that STM does not deserve the top ranking.  But, c'mon, think about it!!  Second in state!!