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
The second half of the College Basketball News' top twenty remained virtual the same as only Maywood (IL) Proviso East fell out after a tough overtime loss to West Aurora and. Playoffs begin in most states next week, which means more shuffling could happen by next week's poll.
February 16, 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
Previous College Basketball News' top ten teams Orlando (FL) Edgewater and Arlington (VA) Bishop O'Connell slipped after losing last week, but perennial powers Mouth of Wilson (VA) Oak Hill Academy and Elizabeth (NJ) St. Patrick's moved up. There were no other changes in the top 20 as they were the only teams to lose last week.
January 27, 2003
The College Basketball News' top ten high school poll saw plenty of changes two teams moved back into the top 20. The following is a look at the teams ranked 11-20. Bakersfield (CA) Garces Memorial and Memphis (TN) White Station moved into the top twenty.
January 20, 2003
The College Basketball News' top ten stayed relatively unchanged after several weeks of fluctuating. Akron (OH) St. Vincent- St. Mary's defeated their third top ten opponent to remain the number one high school team in the country. The Irish face top 20 squad Detroit Redford this weekend for perhaps the top contest of the week.
January 6, 2003