espnW 25 Power Rankings: Week 10

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The rematch was moving, to say the least, and the No. 1 team in the nation stays put atop the espnW 25 Power Rankings for Week 10.

On Sunday, in a packed home gym (more than 200 fans were turned away because there was nowhere left to sit), Paul VI avenged an earlier loss to St. John's College with a 58-54 back-and-forth victory.

Undeclared junior Honesty Scott-Grayson led all scorers with 20 points, and Tennessee recruit Amira Collins added 10 for Paul VI.

Sydney Wood led St. John's College with 19 points.

In January, St. John's upset Paul VI 68-52. Anyone ready for Round 3? Our fingers are crossed.

-- Dan Olson

espnW 25 Power Rankings: Week 10
RANKSCHOOL/REC (CITY, STATE)TRENDINGCOMMENT
1Paul VI (24-1)
Fairfax, VA
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Last Week: 1
The signature win over St. John's College was just one of three for Paul VI this past week. In a win over Good Counsel (Olney, Maryland), the frontcourt of Amira Collins and Mikayla Vaughn combined for 40 points and 24 rebounds.

2Centennial (25-2)
Las Vegas, NV
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Last Week: 2
Balanced, talented and ready. Centennial continues to roll up victories. Playoffs begin Wednesday.

3Country Day School (26-1)
Miami, FL
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Last Week: 3
Channise Lewis and Kelsey Marshall continue to be too much for opponents to handle.

4Grandview (20-1)
Aurora, CO
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Last Week: 4
Junior Leilah Vigil joined the 1,000-point club, and Michaela Onyenwere continued to dominate.

5Clovis West (26-2)
Fresno, CA
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Last Week: 5
With two more easy wins, Clovis West improved to 116-3 in league play over the past 12 years.

6Duncanville (32-2)
Duncanville, TX
1

Last Week: 7
Duncanville closed its regular season with a win over DeSoto (Texas). Junior Starr Jacobs led the way with 18 points.

7Saint Johns College (22-2)
Washington, DC
1

Last Week: 6
St. John's fell short against Paul VI in one of the best games of the season. It was the fourth game in six days for St. John's, which cruised in the other three.
8Archbishop Mitty (20-2)
San Jose, CA
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Last Week: 8
Big weeks from Karisma Ortiz and Haley Jones yielded two more wins for Archbishop Mitty.

9Riverdale (25-0)
Murfreesboro, TN
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Last Week: 9
Big sis Anastasia Hayes rested, so sophomore Aislynn Hayes scored 19 points in a win over LaVergne (Tennessee). Riverdale closed the week with a win over Baylor (Chattanooga).

10Hamilton Heights Christian Academy (21-1)
Chattanooga, TN
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Last Week: 10
Kamilla Cardosa and Elizabeth Balogun have Hamilton Heights clicking heading into the NACA national tournament, which starts next week.

11Monacan (22-0)
Richmond, VA
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Last Week: 11
Megan Walker will be no stranger to winning when she gets to UConn next season. Monacan is aiming for a third straight Virginia state title.

12Long Beach Polytechnic (21-3)
Long Beach, CA
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Last Week: 12
Led by Ayanna Clark, Long Beach Poly tacked on three wins this past week, including an 82-56 win over Windward (Los Angeles).

13Rutgers Prep (20-1)
Somerset, NJ
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Last Week: 13
Rutgers Prep returns to the court Tuesday against Blair Academy (Blairstown, New Jersey).

14Mesquite (27-1)
Gilbert, AZ
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Last Week: 14
Junior Shaylee Gonzales had 23 points and eight steals, and junior Lauren Gustin had her 22nd double-double (20 points, 15 rebounds) in Mesquite's final regular-season game of the season. Mesquite opens its state tournament Tuesday.

15Norcross (25-2)
Norcross, GA
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Last Week: 15
Vanessa Blagmon and Taylor Mason led Norcross to a regional title. State playoffs open Saturday.

16Timberview (31-2)
Mansfield, TX
1

Last Week: 17
It's state playoff time for Chennedy Carter and Timberview.

17Seton Catholic (25-3)
Chandler, AZ
1

Last Week: 18
Seton Catholic opens its state tournament Tuesday.

18Central Valley (22-0)
Veradale, WA
1

Last Week: 19
It's not 100, but Central Valley extended its winning streak to 50 games. Lacie Hull had a triple-double (15 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists) to mark the occasion.

19Homewood-Flossmoor (19-2)
Flossmoor, IL
1

Last Week: 20
Homewood-Flossmoor is perfect in conference play over the past two years. Playoffs are next.

20Manasquan (22-1)
Manasquan, NJ
1

Last Week: 21
Dara Mabrey and Manasquan got three wins this past week, including an overtime victory over St. Rose (Belmar, New Jersey).

21Butler Traditional (25-2)
Louisville, KY
5

Last Week: 16
Butler's 25-game winning streak came to an end with a 58-46 loss to Sacred Heart Academy (Louisville, Kentucky).

22Detroit Country Day School (16-0)
Beverly Hills, MI
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Last Week: 22
Two more victories gave Detroit Country Day a sweet 16.

23Montini (27-1)
Lombard, IL
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Last Week: 23
Senior Claudia Kunzer had 19 points and 14 rebounds in Montini Catholic's double overtime win over Oswego West (Illinois).

24Hopkins (23-0)
Minnetonka, MN
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Last Week: 24
Paige Bueckers and Raena Suggs led Hopkins to two more wins.

25Argyle (30-2)
Argyle, TX
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Last Week: --
Welcome back, Argyle. For the fourth year in a row, Argyle has won 30 or more games in a season. Gabby Standifer, Vivian Gray and Co. are still going strong.

On the bubble:
Edwardsville (Illinois)
Rufus King (Wisconsin)
Amarillo (Texas)
St. Francis (Georgia)
Indianola (Iowa)
Dropped out:
North Central (Indiana)

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