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4A Basketball Top Ten for 2013-14 | | last sorted on 4/7/2014

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For the third time in five years, Coach Leon Goolsby's Greyhounds won a State Championship, this one being perhaps the most improbable considering they trailed by 16 in the fourth quarter against Handley in the title game and used nine steals during a remarkable 21-0 run that occurred in a span of 3:07.
2John HandleyWinchesterVA21-34
Appearing in the State Championship game for the first time since 1962, the Judges saw a 16-point fourth quarter lead evaporate in a 59-52 loss to Norcom as the Greyhounds outscored them 33-12 over the final eight minutes.
3George WashingtonDanvilleVA24-51
Under first-year Head Coach Ron Parson, the Eagles made it to the State Final Four, where they ran into 4A-South Region Champion Norcom and lost by a count of 64-53.
Off consecutive trips to the State Championship game, Coach Jeremy Jordan's Clippers were edged by eventual 4A State Champ Norcom, 48-45 in the regional semifinals.
5Nansemond RiverSuffolkVA19-42
After closing out the regular season by gaining the #1 seed for the Ironclad Conference Tournament with a road win over a Heritage team that was ranked #1 in the preseason, the Warriors suffered a stunning 66-59 loss to city rival Lakeland to miss regionals for only the second time in 10 seasons under Coach Ed Young.
6HeritageNewport NewsVA16-63
By starting 13-3 overall and sitting atop the rankings, the Hurricanes had a promising start to the season, but went just 3-3 in their last six games, including a 71-60 loss in the Ironclad Conference Tournament semifinals to a King's Fork team they beat by 17 points only 10 days prior.
Led by senior two-sport standout Leon Straus (20PPG), the Knights made it to the regional semifinals and that's where their season wrapped up in a 64-50 loss to perennial title contender GW-Danville.
8William FlemingRoanokeVA17-65
Though Mickey Hardy's Colonels missed regionals with a 71-58 loss to GW-Danville in the conference tournament semifinals, Fleming made substantial progress as the season went along by winning 13 in a row after an 0-4 start and 17 of their final 19.
9Glen AllenGlen AllenVA17-11NR
Led by junior and Conference 20 Player of the Year Grayson Midulla, the Jaguars made their first ever State Tournament berth, falling to Handley by a count of 64-51 in the Final Four round.
The second-seeded Chargers were eliminated in the quarterfinals of the 4A-North Region Tournament by seventh-seeded Dominion, 50-48.