1. Mount Carmel
The Cubs finally fall — to their nemesis St. Joseph’s.
Lost a tough one to Country Day then had a strong showing at H.L. Bourgeois tourney.
3. St. Scholastica
Only losses have been to the two No. 1 teams.
4. Ben Franklin
Outstanding win against Newman flies the Falcons up.
Inconsistent, but not shying away from tough competition.
Panthers rebounded from tough start with solid wins.
Don’t be misled by the Skippers’ record.
The Crescents will be well-tested by November.
Can’t drop them out with the schedule they’ve played.
Many teams could claim this spot. Lions a team to watch.
1. Country Day
Still the team to beat.
2. Pope John Paul II
Only two losses have been to the two No. 1’s. Solid team.
Face true test Tuesday against Ben Franklin.
Took a few lumps last week, but should rally.
5. John Curtis
Staying the course.
6. Northlake Christian
Prepping for some tougher competition to come.
Got some good wins at H.L. Bourgeois tournament.
Outstanding showing at the Dutchtown tournament.
9. Sacred Heart
Record isn’t great, but schedule has been brutal.
Still watching this team.