Lancaster girls’ basketball appears in Class AAAA top-10

January 14, 2014 

Ronnie Robinson’s Lancaster girls’ basketball team debuted in the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association’s high school hoops state rankings released this week. The Bruins appear at No. 10 in Class AAAA, taking the spot of Fort Mill, the squad they beat in a tight game Monday night.

Robinson’s team, led by UNC-Wilmington signee Phoebe Johnson and Western Carolina signee Kyia Hough, is 8-4 overall, but has won its first five games in Region 3-AAAA play.

On the boys’ side, South Pointe and Northwestern held steady at No. 6 and 7 in Class AAAA, while Indian Land and Great Falls both moved up.

Nate Smith’s Warriors are up to No. 5 in Class AA now, while John Smith’s Great Falls club is off to a good start and up to No. 6 in Class A state rankings.

Boys

Class AAAA

1. Goose Creek; 2. Hillcrest; 3. Irmo; 4. Wando; 5. Gaffney; 6. South Pointe; 7. Northwestern; 8. Dorman; 9. North Augusta; 10. Wade Hampton

Class AAA

1. Hartsville; 2. Midland Valley; 3. Eastside; 4. Westwood; 5. Travelers Rest; 6. North Myrtle Beach; 7. Greenville; 8. Dreher; 9. A.C. Flora; 10. Airport

Class AA

1. Lake Marion; 2. Newberry; 3. Keenan; 4. Kingstree; 5. Indian Land; 6. Mullins; 7. Blacksburg; 8. Lake City; 9. Battery Creek; 10. Garrett Academy Tech

Class A

1. Whale Branch; 2. St. Joseph’s; 3. Greenville Tech; 4. Southside Christian; 5. Fox Creek; 6. Great Falls; 7. Baptist Hill; 8. Brashier Middle College; 9. Calhoun Falls; 10. Wagener-Salley

Girls

Class AAAA

1. Dorman; 2. Spring Valley; 3. Irmo ; 4. Goose Creek; 5. West Florence; 6. Colleton County; 7. Greenwood; 8. Conway; 9. South Florence; 10. Lancaster

Class AAA

1. Orangeburg-Wilkinson; 2. Lower Richland ; 3. Daniel; 4. Dreher; 5. Crestwood; 6. Chapin; 7. Southside; 8. Wren; 9. Blue Ridge; 10. Hilton Head

Class AA

1. Bishop England; 2. Dillon; 3. Mullins; 4. Columbia; 5. Fairfield Central; 6. Kingstree; 7. Andrew Jackson; 8. Ninety Six; 9. Keenan; 10. Blacksburg

Class A

1. Hemingway; 2. Timmonsville; 3. Whale Branch; 4. Carvers Bay; 5. Calhoun Falls; 6. Denmark-Olar; 7. Baptist Hill; 8. Wagener-Salley; 9. Cross; 10. Ridge Spring-Monetta

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