UofL signees Michael Bush, Brandon Jenkins and prospect Mohamed Abukar led the White team to a 159-130 win over the White team Saturday night in Freedom Hall. Plus ITV's exclusive player rankings from the Derby Classic. <p>Updated quotes from Michael Bush and Mohamed Abukar.</p>
April 27, 2003
The College Basketball News' top ten saw some change as previous #3 Columbus Brookhaven and #5 Rochester (NY) McQuaid Jesuit lost in the state tournament. Akron (OH) St. Vincent- St. Mary secured its number one ranking with its third state title in four years. #2 Indianapolis (IN) Pike is in the Indiana state finals this weekend.
March 24, 2003
The second half of the College Basketball News' top twenty saw two new additions as previous top ten squads Beamount (TX) Ozen and Los Angeles (CA) Fairfax lost. Playoffs are heating up, which means more shuffling could happen by next week's poll.
March 11, 2003
The second half of the College Basketball News' top twenty remained the same as all ten teams were perfect last week. Playoffs have begun in several states with the remaining states to follow suit this week, which means more shuffling could happen by next week's poll.
March 4, 2003
Elizabeth (NJ) St. Patrick's moved back into the College Basketball News' top twenty with two wins in the Prime Time Shootout. However, the Trenton event was not as kind to other teams as Lanier (MS) High and Jersey City (NJ) St. Anthony's fell out along with Chicago (IL) Whitney Young. Baton Rouge (LA) Woodlawn and Fort Worth (TX) Dunbar moved in. Look for plenty of changes as conference play heats up and some states start postseason play.
February 13, 2003
Robert Hines did not score in the first half, but he came alive on both ends of the floor as he and Villanova signee Michael Nardi lead St. Patrick's (17-4) to a 68-60 win over Bergen Catholic (14-3). Hines finished with 15 points, including eleven in the fourth period. He made seven of eight from the charity stripe in the final stanza. He and Nardi combined for 27 of the team's 29 points of the period.
February 7, 2003