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2012-13 Boys basketball (through Jan. 6, 2013)
   George Davila covers Long Island for the New York State Sportswriters Association. Here are this week's rankings from George:


Overall
 1. Long Island Lutheran (AIS, Class AA)     12-1
 2. St. Mary's (CHSAA, A)                     7-3
 3. Central Islip (NYSPHSAA, AA)              8-1
 4. Holy Trinity (CHSAA, A)                  10-3
 5. Northport (NYSPHSAA, AA)                  9-0
 6. Hicksville (NYSPHSAA, AA)                 7-1
 7. Deer Park (NYSPHSAA, AA)                  5-2
 8. Kellenberg (CHSAA, A)                     7-1
 9. Amityville (NYSPHSAA, A                   5-2
10. Farmingdale (NYSPHSAA, AA0                5-2
11. St. John the Baptist (CHSAA, A)           7-5
12. Freeport (NYSPHSAA, AA)                   6-2
13. Massapequa (NYSPHSAA, AA)                 6-3
14. Bayport-Blue Point (NYSPHSAA, A)          8-2
15. Wantagh (NYSPHSAA, A)                     7-2
16. East Hampton (NYSPHSAA, A)                7-2
17. Baldwin (NYSPHSAA, AA)                    5-2
18. Bay Shore (NYSPHSAA, AA)                  5-3
19. West Hempstead (NYSPHSAA, A)              7-2
20. William Floyd (NYSPHSAA, AA)              6-2 


Nassau Couty
  (1) Long Island Lutheran, (2) St. Mary's. (3) Holy Trinity; (4) Hicksville,
(5) Kellenberg, (6) Farmingdale, (7) Freeport, (8) Massapequa, (9) Wantagh,
(10) Baldwin, (11) West Hempstead  (7-2), (12) Jericho (6-3).

Honorable mention
  Great Neck South (6-1), Calhoun (6-1), Roslyn (7-1), Lawrence (5-2), Wheatley
(5-2), Oyster Bay (5-2), East Rockaway (5-2), Friends Academy  (3-2).


Suffolk County
  (1) Central Islip, (2) Northport, (3) Brentwood, (4) Deer Park, (5) 
Amityville, (6) St. John the Baptist, (7) Bayport-Blue Point, (8) East  
Hampton, (9) Bay Shore, (10) William Floyd  (6-2), (11) Kings Park (6-3), (12)
Harborfields  (4-3).

Honorable mention     
  Southampton (7-1), Babylon (5-2), Mercy-McGann (5-3), Stony Brook School
(4-1), Rocky Point  (7-3).



  
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