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|Prep Playoffs - Boys' Basketball teams play waiting game to learn playoff fate|
With the prep basketball regular season ending on February 15th, it is time to gaze into the crystal ball to see where our parish teams could land in the post season.
In the fall, our parish teams sent four teams to the state championship games in football. The end result - three state championships and one state runner up. All eyes will be on Ruston (site of the LHSAA State Basketball Championship Games) and Batesville, MS (site of the MAIS state championship tournament) to see if our basketball teams can duplicate the gridiron teams feat and bring home more state championship trophies to Ouachita Parish.
Richwood and defending Class 3A state champion Carroll appear to be the best bet to advance to Ruston for the state championship game.
In the latest kenramsey.com power rankings, the Rams are ranked second while the Bulldogs are seating at number three. Ahead of both teams is the number one ranked Bossier Bearcats who won the Class 4A championship last season.
In Class 5A, number three ranked and District 2-5A champion Ouachita is the leading candidate to advance. The Lions handed number four ranked West Monroe four of its seven losses this season.
Photo by Kelley Photography
Photo caption: Carroll at Neville - Neville Tiger senior guard Dee Garrison (12) makes a move to the paint during Neville's final regular season game against the Carroll Bulldogs. The Tigers won the game 44-40. Due to their power rankings, Neville and Carroll should host first round playoff games when the Class 4A and Class 3A brackets are released on Friday.
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