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Bears Jump to #8 in State Rankings

January 10, 2018
B Basketball 2018

Emil Vaughn has powered the Bears on both ends of the floor (PC: Gabby Germain)

Yesterday morning the latest New York State Sportswriters Association boys’ basketball rankings were released and our Bears moved up one spot from last week to #8 on the list.

This is the eighth straight week, dating back to last season, that the Bears have been included in the state’s top 20 list, all of which they’ve spent ranked in the top 15.

The Bears currently sit at 7-1 and return to the court on Jan. 15th in a home match-up with Pierson.

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NYSSWA Class C Poll

  1. Lake George (Section II) – 11-0
  2. S. S. Seward (Section IX) – 10-0
  3. Northstar Christian (Section V) – 7-1
  4. Pembroke (Section V) – 9-0
  5. Saratoga Catholic (Section II) – 7-1
  6. Greenport (Section XI) – 7-2
  7. Buffalo Tapestry Charter (Section VI) – 8-2
  8. Stony Brook (Section XI) – 7-1
  9. Alexander Hamilton (Section I) – 6-1
  10. C. G. Finney (Section V) – 8-2
  11. Ticonderoga (Section VII) 8-2
  12. East Rochester (Section V) – 6-1
  13. West Canada Valley (Section III) – 9-1
  14. Pine Plains (Section IX) – 5-1
  15. Tully (Section III) – 7-2
  16. Westmoreland (Section III) – 5-0
  17. Chautauqua Lake (Section VI) – 6-3
  18. Perry (Section V) – 7-2
  19. Caledonia-Mumford (Section V) – 6-1
  20. Lyons (Section V) – 8-2

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