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6 WPIAL teams earn spot in Trib HSSN boys basketball state rankings

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The first edition of the TribLive High School Sports Network’s PIAA boys basketball rankings feature six WPIAL teams, including two each in both Class 3A and Class 2A.

The rankings also include all six defending state champions, including the top two teams in Class 6A.

Here is the PIAA Top 5 in each of the six classifications for the week of Dec. 16.

Class 6A

1. Roman Catholic (3-1)

2. Kennedy Catholic (2-0)

3. LaSalle College (3-0)

4. Emmaus (3-0)

5. Butler (5-0)

Class 5A

1. Mastery Charter North (4-0)

2. York William Penn (4-0)

3. Archbishop Wood (3-0)

4. Mars (3-0)

5. Abington Heights (3-1)

Class 4A

1. Imhotep Charter (3-1)

2. Berks Catholic (3-0)

3. Scranton Prep (3-0)

4. Nanticoke (4-0)

5. Monsignor Bonner/Archbishop Prendergast (3-0)

Class 3A

1. Camp Hill Trinity (3-0)

2. Lincoln Park (3-0)

3. Loyalsock Township (3-0)

4. Aliquippa (2-0)

5. Neumann-Goretti (1-2)

Class 2A

1. Constitution (2-2)

2. Sewickley Academy (3-2)

3. Our Lady of the Sacred Heart (4-0)

4. Moravian Academy (3-0)

5. Math, Civics & Sciences (3-2)

Class A

1. Lourdes Regional (4-1)

2. Sankofa Freedom (4-1)

3. Halifax (3-0)

4. Shanksville Stonycreek (4-0)

5. Lancaster Country Day (4-1)

Don Rebel is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Don at [email protected] or via Twitter @TheDonRebel.

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