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Jamie DeMoney and Jeremy Plowman's PrepNation.com
National Prep Basketball Poll - Week 11
Posted, February 14, 2005

The National Prep Basketball Poll is compiled by national high school sports experts Jamie DeMoney and Jeremy Plowman and a panel of sportswriters. The preseason national Top 25 and regional Top 10's follow with last season's won-loss records.

The National Prep Poll has been compiled weekly since 1987 and are the only national high school rankings distributed on the Associated Press national wire service.

# School Record Note LW
1. Manhasset, N.Y., St. Mary's 20-0 paced by North Carolina recruit Danny Green
2. Queens, N.Y., Christ the King 22-1 only loss to No. 1 St. Mary's
3. Jackson, Miss., Lanier 27-2 G Monta Ellis averaging 39 points per game
4. Snellville, Ga., South Gwinnett 26-2 defending AAAAA state titlist
5. Mouth of Wilson, Va., Oak Hill 29-2 has most alums in NBA
6. Hyattsville, Md., DeMatha 22-1 beat preseason No. 1 St. Anthony 10 
7. Los Angeles, Calif., Westchester 17-3 defeated NYC Catholic power Xaverian 11 
8. St. Louis, Mo., Vashon 23-0 clipped No. 11 Niagara Falls in OT 23 
9. Harvey, Ill., Thornton 23-1 top-ranked in Chicagoland rankings
10. Indianapolis, Ind., Arlington 20-0 beating foes by average of 23 points 12 
11. Niagara Falls, N.Y. 19-1 only loss to No. 8 Vashon
12. Indianapolis, Ind., Lawrence North 14-2 led by 7-1 junior standout Greg Oden 13 
13. New York, N.Y., Rice 18-3 two of its losses to No. 2 Christ the King
14. Jacksonville, Fla., Arlington Country Day 21-3 coach Rex Morgan played for Boston Celtics 15 
15. Norcross, Ga. 27-0 captured region title 18 
16. Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., Etiwanda 25-1 only loss to regionally ranked Dominguez 17 
17. West Orange, N.J., Seton Hall Prep 18-1 unbeaten versus in-state foes 14 
18. Oklahoma City, Okla., Putnam City 18-1 standout guard C.J. Henry also a pro baseball prospect 19 
19. Braham, Minn. 20-0 closest win margin is 11 points 21 
20. Mobile, Ala., LeFlore 30-0 16 players scored in first-round playoff win 24 
21. Mount Vernon, N.Y. 18-3 seeks sixth straight Section 1 title 25 
22. Westchester, Ill., St. Joseph 20-1 upset by Chicago Brother Rice
23. Seattle, Wash., Seattle Prep 17-3 earned first Metro League championship NR 
24. Arlington, Va., O'Connell 22-2 whipped Pa. power Germantown Academy NR 
25. Baltimore, Md., Mount St. Joseph 25-2 won third straight Baltimore Catholic League title 22 

Northeast Region
1. Manhasset, N.Y., St. Mary's (20-0) (1)
2. Queens, N.Y., Christ the King (22-1) (3)
3. Niagara Falls, N.Y. (19-1) (2)
4. New York, N.Y., Rice (18-3) (4)
5. West Orange, N.J., Seton Hall Prep (18-1) (5)
6. Mount Vernon, N.Y. (18-3) (7)
7. Philadelphia, Pa., Neumann-Goretti (21-1) (8)
8. Elizabeth, N.J., St. Patrick's (18-3) (6)
9. Merion, Pa., Episcopal (22-3) (9)
10. Waterbury, Conn., Crosby (15-0) --

East Coast Region
1. Mouth of Wilson, Va., Oak Hill (29-2) (1)
2. Hyattsville, Md., DeMatha (22-1) (2)
3. Arlington, Va., O'Connell (22-2) (4)
4. Baltimore, Md., Mount St. Joseph (25-2) (3)
5. Rockville, Md., Montrose Christian (20-3) (7)
6. Dumfries, Va., Potomac (21-0) (5)
7. Upper Marlboro, Md., Riverdale Baptist (22-2) (6)
8. Gaffney, S.C. (22-1) (8)
9. Huntersville, N.C., North Mecklenburg (23-1) (9)
10. Oxon Hill, Md., Potomac (19-0) (10)

Southeast Region
1. Jackson, Miss., Lanier (27-2) (1)
2. Snellville, Ga., South Gwinnett (26-2) (2)
3. Jacksonville, Fla., Arlington Country Day (21-3) (3)
4. Norcross, Ga. (27-0) (4)
5. Mobile, Ala., LeFlore (30-0) (5)
6. Gainesville, Ga., East Hall (23-1) (6)
7. Memphis, Tenn., Raleigh-Egypt (23-1) (7)
8. Lafayette, La., Northside (30-1) (8)
9. Lauderdale Lakes, Fla., Boyd Anderson (23-2) (10)
10. Georgetown, Ky., Scott County (20-2) --

Midwest Region
1. Harvey, Ill., Thornton (23-1) (1)
2. Indianapolis, Ind., Arlington (20-0) (3)
3. Indianapolis, Ind., Lawrence North (14-2) (4)
4. Westchester, Ill., St. Joseph (20-1) (2)
5. Chicago, Ill., Julian (21-2) (5)
6. Indianapolis, Ind., Pike (18-1) (6)
7. Benton Harbor, Mich. (17-0) (7)
8. Chicago, Ill., Westinghouse (20-3) (8)
9. Oshkosh, Wis., West (17-0) (9)
10. Canton, Ohio, McKinley (17-1) (10)

Midlands Region
1. St. Louis, Mo., Vashon (23-0) (2)
2. Braham, Minn. (20-0) (1)
3. Bellevue, Neb., West (19-1) (3)
4. Springfield, Mo., Kickapoo (22-1) (5)
5. Poplar Bluff, Mo. (19-4) (6)
6. Littleton, Colo., Heritage (20-1) (9)
7. Minneapolis, Minn., North (16-2) (4)
8. Marion, Iowa, Linn-Mar (15-1) (8)
9. American Fork, Utah (16-3) --
10. Highlands Ranch, Colo., ThunderRidge (18-3) (10)

Southwest Region
1. Oklahoma City, Okla., Putnam City (18-1) (1)
2. Las Vegas, Nev., Bishop Gorman (26-3) (2)
3. Beaumont, Texas, Ozen (23-0) (3)
4. DeSoto, Texas (31-2) (4)
5. Fort Bend, Texas, Marshall (29-2) (5)
6. Dallas, Texas, Lincoln (21-6) (8)
7. Mesa, Ariz., Mountain View (26-0) (6)
8. Glendale, Ariz., Deer Valley (24-1) (7)
9. Oklahoma City, Okla., Southeast (18-0) (9)
10. Edmond, Okla., Santa Fe (18-2) (10)

West Coast Region
1. Los Angeles, Calif., Westchester (17-3) (1)
2. Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., Etiwanda (25-1) (2)
3. Seattle, Wash., Seattle Prep (17-3) (5)
4. Compton, Calif., Dominguez (19-5) (8)
5. Portland, Ore., Jesuit (19-1) (4)
6. Santa Ana, Calif., Mater Dei (23-3) (7)
7. Portland, Ore., Jefferson (17-3) (3)
8. Spring Valley, Calif., Steele Canyon (23-1) (6)
9. Newark, Calif., Memorial (22-3) --
10. Los Angeles, Calif., Fairfax (21-4) (10)

FEATS OF THE WEEK: Gatorade National Football Player of the Year and Duke basketball recruit Greg Paulus of Syracuse, N.Y., Christian Brothers had a triple-double in a 78-67 win over Corcoran. The 6-foot-2 senior netted 46 points with 11 rebounds and 10 steals . . . Cincinnati-bound guard Devan Downey of Chester, S.C., hit 10 three-pointers and scored 67 points in a 111-107 overtime win over Winnsboro, Fairfield Central. The 5-9 senior had 32 points in the second quarter and a stretch where he hit eight three-pointers in a row . . . The Primetime Shootout, the final major national event of the season, took place at Sovereign Bank Arena in Trenton, N.J. The four-day extravaganza included games involving 19 teams that have been in the National Prep Poll rankings this season. Highlights included No. 8 St. Louis, Vashon defeating No. 11 Niagara Falls, N.Y., 69-66, in overtime, and fifth-ranked Mouth of Wilson, Va., Oak Hill routing regionally ranked Elizabeth, N.J., St. Patrick's, 87-51, in an ESPN2-televised game.

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