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Power rankings: New York City boys basketball (2/28)

by Elio Velez on
Mon, Feb 27, 2017 1:40 PM — @eliovelez

Updated Mon, Feb 27, 2017 1:45 PM
Power rankings: New York City boys basketball (2/28)
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Power rankings: NYC boys basketball (2/28)

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Rank
Team
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1
Lincoln
25-3
1

Michael Reid scored 20 points and the Railsplitters displayed a stingy defense to repeat as PSAL Brooklyn borough champions in a 74-46 victory over South Shore on February 11. Lincoln, who earned the top seed in the PSAL Class AA playoffs, will try to earn its first title since beating Jefferson, 65-52, on March 16, 2013. Next: PSAL Class AA second round playoffs- Manhattan Center/Monroe  (Mar 2, 5 p.m.)

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Team
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LW
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2
Archbishop Molloy
19-7
2

Cole Anthony powered the Stanners offense with a game-high 32 points to help the Stanners earn the CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens Class AA diocesan championship in a 80-67 victory over Bishop Loughlin on Friday night in Middle Village. Moses Brown had 16 points and junior forward Khalid Moore added 15 points. Next: CHSAA Class AA Intersectionals quarterfinals- St. Peter’s/All Hallows at Fordham University (Mar. 5, TBA)

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3
Mount St. Michael
17-8
5

Elijah Buchanan powered the Mountaineers on Saturday with 24 points and Jacob Rodriguez scored 13 of his 19 points in the second half in a 73-69 victory to earn the CHSAA Archdiocesan championship at Mount. Joseph Bull had 13 points and 13 rebounds. Next: CHSAA Class AA Intersectionals quarterfinals- Cardinal Hayes/Holy Cross at Fordham University (Mar. 5, TBA)

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4
Bishop Loughlin
19-6
3

The Lions fell short in an attempt to repeat as CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens diocesan champions as Archbishop Molloy recorded an 80-67 title victory on Friday night in Middle Village. Keith Williams had 18 points and junior guard Markquis Nowell added 17 points. Next: CHSAA Class AA Intersectionals quarterfinals- Iona Prep/Monsignor Scanlan at Fordham University (Mar. 5, TBA)

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Team
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LW
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5
Christ the King
17-9
4

The Royals extended the CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens diocesan semifinals to two overtimes but were not able to stop Bishop Loughlin from recording a 98-90 victory on February 22. Jose Alvarado had 20 points along with Kofi Cockburn and Tyson Walker each adding 18 points. Next: CHSAA Class AA Intersectionals second round- St. Raymond at St. Francis Prep (Mar. 1 7:30 p.m.) 

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Team
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6
Wings Academy
22-3
6

Elijah Chapman (10 points) knocked down the go-ahead 3-point basket with 59 seconds left in the fourth quarter to help Wings earn its fifth consecutive Bronx borough championship by defeating Eagle Academy, 59-56, on February 11. Jose Perez scored 21 points for Wings. Next: PSAL Class AA second round playoffs- McKee/Staten Island Tech/Wadleigh (Mar. 2, 5 p.m.)

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Team
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7
John Bowne
22-6
7

Christian Hinckson scored 13 points, 10 rebounds and 7 assists to help the Wildcats earn a 65-48 non-league victory over Frederick Douglass Academy on Saturday at the JFK Classic. Alejandro Vasquez added 19 points and Teequan Holley had 10 points for the third seed in the PSAL AA playoffs. Next: PSAL Class AA second round playoffs- Paul Robeson/Martin Van Buren (Mar. 2, 5 p.m.)

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Team
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8
Cardinal Hayes
17-8
8

The Cardinals could not hold to a ten-point lead that occurred late in the fourth quarter as the top seed fell to All Hallows, 51-50, in the Archdiocesan quarterfinals held at St. Raymond High School on February 19. Next: CHSAA Class AA Intersectional second round- Holy Cross at St. Francis Prep (Mar. 1, 6 p.m.)

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Team
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9
Queens High School of Teaching
22-5
9

The Cardinals could not hold to a ten-point lead that occurred late in the fourth quarter as the top seed fell to All Hallows, 51-50, in the Archdiocesan quarterfinals held at St. Raymond High School on February 19. Next: CHSAA Class AA Intersectional second round- Holy Cross at St. Francis Prep (Mar. 1, 6 p.m.)

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Team
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10
South Shore
16-8
10

Femi Odukale scored 13 points and Sekou Sylla adding 10 points as the #2 seed Vikings were defeated by top seed Abraham Lincoln, 74-46, in the PSAL Brooklyn borough championship game on February 11. The Vikings earned the seventh seed in the PSAL Class AA playoffs. Next: PSAL Class AA second round playoffs- Construction/Mott Haven (Mar. 2, 5 p.m.)

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