N&O basketball rankings: Millbrook, Clayton boys move up

01/27/2014 2:28 PM

01/27/2014 5:29 PM

Northern Durham remains atop The News & Observer high school boys basketball rankings this week despite losing a PAC Six 4A game to Durham Jordan on Friday, 76-69.

Millbrook, 13-3 overall and ranked No. 2, has been playing well, but lost to Northern, 70-53, in their early season head-to-head meeting.

Panther Creek, which had been No. 2, slips to fourth as Clayton advances.

The girls’ poll remains stable with South Johnston breaking in at No. 13 and Athens Drive coming in at No. 15.

News & Observer high school basketball rankings

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Rnk. School Pvs. Record
1. Chapel Hill 1 17-0
2. Southeast Raleigh 2 15-2
3. Broughton 3 13-2
4. East Wake 5 15-2
5. Apex 4 14-3
6. Millbrook 6 15-3
7. Cary 7 14-3
8. Knightdale 8 13-4
9. Cardinal Gibbons 9 14-4
10. Granville Central 11 13-0
11. Holly Springs 10 12-4
12. Ravenscroft 12 14-4
13. South Johnston NR 13-4
14. Clayton 15 10-5
15. Athens Drive NR 11-6

BOYS BASKETBALL

1. Northern Durham 1 16-2
2. Millbrook 3 13-3
3. Clayton 4 15-3
4. Panther Creek 2 15-3
5. Knightdale 6 14-3
6. Bunn 7 14-2
7. Orange 5 14-3
8. Lee County 15 14-3
9. Durham Jordan 13 12-5
10. Person 12 11-6
11. Word of God 14 11-5
12. Heritage 8 12-5
13. Broughton 9 13-4
14. East Wake 11 11-6
15. Apex 10 11-7

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