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    Power rankings: CT boys basketball (3/6)

    by MSG Varsity on
    Tue, Mar 6, 2012 3:43 PM

    Updated Tue, Mar 6, 2012 5:13 PM
    Power rankings: CT boys basketball (3/6)
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    Connecticut boys basketball rankings (3/6)

    1. St. Joseph (20-1)
    Gunning for back-to-back Class LL titles, the top-seeded Cadets begin their run against Shelton on Tuesday night.

    2. Bassick (19-5)
    It's been quite a week for Demetrius Thomas and the Lions, who captured their second straight FCIAC championship and then routed Masuk 80-64 in Monday's Class L opener.

    3. Trinity Catholic (18-6)
    Jason Boswell had 20 points for the Crusaders, who responded from their loss to Bassick in the FCIAC finals with a resounding 69-43 victory over Ludlowe in the opening round of the Class L tournament.

    4. Fairfield Prep (19-3)
    Not an easy side of the LL bracket for the No. 6 seed Jesuits, who drew Norwalk in the first round with a possible second-round showdown against Westhill on tap.

    5. Notre Dame-Fairfield (18-5)
    After coming up short in the SWC finals, the Lancers are in position to make another deep run in the Class M tournament.

    6. Westhill (14-7)
    The Vikings reached the LL quarterfinals a year ago, and are hungry for more. They host No. 22 Norwich Free Academy on Tuesday night.

    7. Ridgefield (16-6)
    Kurt Steidl and the Tigers are a dangerous No. 9 seed in the LL tournament.

    8. Kolbe Cathedral (18-3)
    The Cougars had a first-round bye in Class S, and will host No. 15 Putnam in a second-round matchup Wednesday.

    9. Watertown (18-3)
    The Indians completed their remarkable run to a first-ever NVL championship with a 72-61 victory over Holy Cross. Juniors Eddie Hill and Jonathan Mitchell combined for 35 points and 21 rebounds in the historic win.

    10. Central (12-9)
    If the Hilltoppers can get past No. 12 Holy Cross in the first round of the LL tournament, the likely second-round opponent is New London -- which is led by Providence-bound guard Kris Dunn.
     

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