School Ranking

6A Basketball Top Ten for 2013-14 | | last sorted on 3/21/2014

Rankings and Records are complete for the 2013-14 season through Saturday, March 15, 2014. Be sure to stay tuned to all off-season long for more basketball coverage!
1Colonial ForgeStaffordVA27-13
Rallying in the final minutes to defeat Landstown 58-54, Jason John's Eagles concluded the campaign with 25 consecutive wins to cap the school's first ever State Championship winning season in basketball.
2LandstownVirginia BeachVA23-66
Though 6-foot-8 junior center Darius Bolstad put forth a dominating performance in the State Championship game vs. Colonial Forge with 21 points on a perfect 7-of-7 shooting from the field and 7-for-7 at the foul line to go with 13 rebounds and four blocks, the Eagles fell one victory short of their first ever state title on the hardwood.
3WoodsideNewport NewsVA22-41
A Wolverines team that started two sophomores and a freshman saw its 13-game winning streak snap in heart-breaking fashion when Landstown beat them 53-51 on a buzzer-beater in the regional semifinals in a game where Woodside led by nine with 2:50 to play.
4Lake BraddockBurkeVA23-55
For the first time in program history, the Bruins made it to a regional title game and the State Playoffs, where they were bested by W.T. Woodson and Colonial Forge, respectively.
5Woodson HighFairfaxVa21-9NR
For the second year in a row, Doug Craig's Cavaliers won a regional title and were eliminated in the State Final Four, this time by a Landstown team that held them to a season-low 37 points.
After scoring 200 total points in their first two region playoff wins, Gary Hall's Hornets were beaten by W.T. Woodson 63-62 in overtime of the regional semifinals.
The Bobcats, who beat three of the teams that made it to the State Final Four (Landstown, W.T. Woodson & Colonial Forge) and won 15 in a row, saw its season end in the regional quarterfinals in a 59-56 loss to W.T. Woodson.
8Patrick HenryRoanokeVA20-49
Jack Esworthy's Patriots saw their 14-game winning streak halted by eventual State Champ Colonial Forge, 85-81 in the regional semifinals.
Despite a career-high 41 points from junior point guard Marcell Haskett, the Warriors were ousted by Landstown 71-66 in the regional quarterfinals.
10South LakesRestonVA18-9NR
Led by junior guard and D-1 prospect Brandon Kamga (19PPG), the Seahawks won the Liberty Conference Tournament and made it all the way to the 6A-North Region Tournament semifinals.