Riverdale (Tn) Remains as #1 SSN National Public School Girls Basketball Team

Homestead (Indiana) recently won the Summit Athletic Conference Tournament.


(1-4-17) Riverdale (Tennessee) hangs on to the #1 spot in this week’s SSN National Girls HS Basketball Public School Rankings, picking up four wins, including a win over #17 Collins Hill (Georgia) in the State Farm Classic.  Clovis West, #1 in several other national polls, hangs on to the #2 spot.

Making a big jump this week is Homestead (Indiana) as they jump nine spots to #5. The Spartans are led by Florida signee Karissa McGlaughlin.

Two new teams enter the rankings this week, Mason (Ohio) with a 9-0 record jumps up all the way to #11, while Hopkins (Minnesota) comes in at #15.

Homewood-Flossmoor (Illinois),  9-2, Millbrook (Raleigh, N.C.), 12-2 and
Ribault (Jacksonville, FL) 13-2 all dropped out.

SSN National Girls HS Basketball Public School Rankings


  1. Riverdale (11-0) Murfreesboro, TN
  2. Clovis West (12-1) Fresno, CA
  3. Monacan (8-0) Richmond, VA
  4. Grandview (7-1) Aurora, CO
  5. Homestead  (15-0) (Fort Wayne, IN)
  6. Norcross (15-1) Norcross, GA
  7. Mesquite (15-1) Gilbert, AZ
  8. Centennial (14-2) Las Vegas, NV
  9. Duncanville (21-2) Duncanville, TX
  10. Central Valley (9-0) Veradale, WA
  11. Mason ( 9-0) (Ohio)
  12. North Little Rock 13-1 (Ark.)
  13. Manasquan (7-0) (N.J.)
  14. Timberview (20-2) Mansfield, TX
  15. Hopkins (12-0) Minnetonka, MN
  16. Argyle (20-2) Argyle, TX
  17. Collins Hill (13-1) Suwanee, GA
  18. Long Beach Polytechnic (7-3) Long Beach, CA


January 3rd – #10 Central Valley (Washington)



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