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2012-13 Boys basketball (through Feb. 10, 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)    18-2
 2. Northport (NYSPHSAA, Class AA)          17-1
 3. Amityville (NYSPHSAA, Class A)          16-2
 4. Lawrence (NYSPHSAA, Class A)            13-2
 5. Brentwood (NYSPHSAA, Class AA)          16-2
 6. Farmingdale (NYSPHSAA, Class AA)        12-3
 7. Harborfields (NYSPHSAA, Class A)        13-3
 8. Jericho (NYSPHSAA, Class A)             13-3
 9. Baldwin (NYSPHSAA, Class AA)            13-3
10. Deer Park (NYSPHSAA, Class AA)          14-4
11. Central Islip (NYSPHSAA, Class AA)      15-3
12. St. Mary's (CHSAA, Class A)             14-5
13. Babylon (NYSPHSAA, Class B)             16-2
14. Riverhead (NYSPHSAA, Class AA)          15-3
15. Chaminade (CHSAA, Class A)              15-5
16. Half Hollow Hills West (NYSPHSAA, AA)   13-4
17. Great Neck South (NYSPHSAA, Class AA)   12-3
18. Hicksville (NYSPHSAA, Class AA)         12-4
19. West Hempstead (NYSPHSAA, Class A)      13-3
20. Holy Trinity (CHSAA, Class A)           14-5


Nassau County
  (1) Long Island Lutheran; (2) Lawrence; (3) Farmingdale; (4) Jericho;
(5) Baldwin; (6) St. Mary's; (7) Chaminade; (8) Great Neck South; (9)
Hicksville; (10) West Hempstead; (11) Freeport (11-4); (12) Holy Trinity.

Honorable mention
  Kellenberg (11-7), Calhoun (11-5), Bethpage (11-4), Roslyn (12-3), 
Mineola (11-4), Hewlett (10-4), Seaford (11-4), Wheatley (13-3), Oyster
Bay (13-3), Friends Academy  11-5).


Suffolk County
  (1) Northport; (2) Amityville; (3) Brentwood; (4) Harborfields; (5) 
Deer Park; (6) Central Islip; (7) Babylon; (8) Riverhead; (9) Half Hollow
Hills West; (10) Southampton (14-4); (11)Smithtown West (14-4); (12)
Bayport-Blue Point (12-6).

Honorable mention
  William Floyd (13-5), Newfield (13-5), Stony Brook School, Greenport
(11-5).



  
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