MaxPreps/JJHuddle Ohio boys basketball Terrific 10 small school rankings

The MaxPreps/JJHuddle Terrific 10 small school boys basketball rankings debut this season. The poll is an all-encompassing, two-divisional ranking. Every D-III and IV team in Ohio is eligible.

Here is who made the latest cut.

MaxPreps JJHuddle Terrific 10 Small School Poll

1.) Summit Country Day (Cincinnati) (21-0)
*Defeated CHCA and Hamilton Badin
Previous: 1
Next: Friday vs. Seven Hills

2.) Roger Bacon (Cincinnati) (17-4)
*Defeated Hamilton Badin and Newport Catholic (KY)
Previous: 2
Next: Friday vs. Cincinnati McNicholas

3.) Fairland (Proctorville) (19-1)
*Defeated Gallia Academy
Previous: 3
Next: Friday vs. Chesapeake and Saturday vs. Tug Valley

4.) Cornerstone Christian (Willoughby) (16-4)
*Defeated Gilmour Academy, Painesville Harvey, and Ashtabula Edgewood
Previous: 4
Next: Monday at Mentor and next Friday at Chagrin Falls

5.) Versailles (19-1)
*Defeated St. Henry and Urbana
Previous: 5
Next: Friday vs. Coldwater and Saturday at Greenville

6.) Villa Angela-St. Joseph (Cleveland) (14-5)
*Defeated Warren JFK and D2 Akron SVSM
Previous: 6
Next: Friday vs. Garfield Heights Trinity

7.) Lutheran East (Cleveland Heights) (12-9)
*Lost to D1 Garfield Heights and D1 Maple Heights
Previous: 7
Next: Friday vs. Cleveland East Tech

8.) Archbold (15-4)
*Defeated Liberty Center
Previous: 8
Next: Friday at Delta and Saturday vs. Defiance

9.) Bethel (Tipp City) (18-3)
*Defeated Tri-Village
Previous: 10
Next: Friday at Newton Local

T10.) Ayersville (Defiance) (18-1)
*Lost to Holgate (41-36) and defeated Kalida
Previous: 9
Next: Friday vs. Hicksville and Tuesday at Liberty Center

T10.) Wayne Trace (Haviland) (18-2)
*Defeated Hicksville and Convoy Crestview
Previous: 10
Next: Friday vs. Tinora

Dropped Out:

St. John’s (Delphos) (13-4); Elyria Catholic (13-6); Genoa Area (16-3); Harvest Prep (Canal Winchester) (16-3); Spencerville (15-4), Liberty-Benton (Findlay) (16-3), Oberlin (15-4), Hiland (Berlin) (17-3), Worthington Christian (Worthington) (16-5), Hilltop (West Unity) (18-1), Grove City Christian (17-3), South Range (Canfield) (20-0), St. Peter’s (Mansfield) (19-2), Fairlawn (Sidney) (17-3), Southeastern Local (South Charleston) (20-1); Tri-Village (New Madison) (14-6); Wellington (15-6), Perry (Lima) (16-3), LaBrae (Leavittsburg) (20-0) and McDonald (20-1).

Tri-Village and Versailles are both among Ohio's top small school programs.

Photo by Nick Falzerano
Tri-Village and Versailles are both among Ohio’s top small school programs.

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