School Ranking

3A 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!
1John MarshallRichmondVA22-52
Avenging a loss to George Wythe in the 3A-East Region Championship, the Justices rolled in the State Championship, 74-56 behind 27 points from sophomore guard Jeremy Sheppard and 14 assists from senior point guard Quaman Burton.
2George WytheRichmondVA23-55
After beating John Marshall in the 3A-East Region Championship to claim their first regional title since 2004, the Bulldogs were beaten by the Justices, 74-56 in the State Championship.
3Lord BotetourtDalevilleVA24-39
Led by 3A-West Region Player of the Year Justin Goode, the Cavaliers won 15 in a row, including the regional title over then previously undefeated Spotswood, before losing to eventual State Champion John Marshall, 58-52 in the Final Four round.
4SpotswoodPenn LairdVA28-21
In the Valley District Tournament semifinals, the Blazers breezed by Lee 89-68 with senior guard Tucker McCoy scoring a game-high 31 points.
James Thompson's Blue Devils, who averaged 80.6 points per game and were second only to Spotswood in the entire state in scoring at the 3A level, were knocked out of the regional semifinals by George Wythe in a 101-80 loss.
6Loudoun ValleyPurcellvilleVA20-56
Behind the sharp shooting of William & Mary signee Paul Rowley (21.1PPG, 68 3's), the Vikings reached the 20-win mark yet again, though were denied a third straight State Tournament appearance when John Marshall beat them 57-42 in the regional semifinals.
Antonio Sherman scored 22 points in the Pioneers' 58-47 regional semifinal loss to 3A-West Region Champ Lord Botetourt.
In what had the feel of a State Playoff game, the Wildcats fell to eventual State Champ John Marshall, 67-66 in the Conference 26 Tournament semifinals as senior guard Robert Valentine lit up the Justices for 33 points on 10-of-16 shooting from the field.
9Western AlbemarleCrozetVA19-710
The Warriors eliminated a team that was ranked in the Top 10 most of the year in Fort Defiance, but got stumped in the first round of regionals by Lord Botetourt, 67-52.
For the second year in a row, the Crimson Wave missed regionals as they were upended by #6 seed Hopewell, 76-70 in the quarterfinals of the Conference 26 Tournament.