A big win for CHCA over now fifth-ranked Summit Country Day helped the Eagles retain the top spot in this week’s rankings. Brookville is for Reading at No. 8. The Blue Devils replaced the Blue Devils how ironic.
Keep an eye on Madison Senior, they are knocking on the door. The Mohawks are 3-2 with their only two losses to CHCA and Valley View, both are undefeated.
1. CHCA (Last Week – 1)
2. Badin (2)
3. Chaminade Julienne (3)
4. Madeira (5)
5. Summit Country Day (4)
6. Waynesville (3)
7. Purcell Marian (7)
8. Brookville (NR)
9. Mariemont (9)
10. Cincinnati Country Day (10)
Dropped Out: No. 8 Reading
Knocking on the Door: Madison Senior, Reading
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