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Monday 1/22

With the release of the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) Coaches poll the Chargers are now ranked for the first time this season. They had been receiving votes for the past couple of weeks but are now officially ranked 20th in the state. The IBCA coaches poll is the most widely accepted rankings across the state. Other Fort Wayne area schools ranked on the list include Blackhawk Christian and SAC rival North Side. The Chargers will get their first test as a ranked team against conference foe Snider when they travel to the field house Friday night. Tip is scheduled for 7:45 p.m.

Here is the full list of the rankings:

WEEKLY TOP 20 BOYS IBCA POLL

2017-18 Poll Committee

January 21, 2018  

Rank School Total Points Record 1st Place Votes
1 South Bend Riley 383 15-0 9
2 New Albany 379 13-1 5
3 Warren Central 358 15-0 6
4 Floyd Central 319 14-1
5 Bloomington South 290 15-2
6 Hamilton Southeastern 287 14-2
7 Ben Davis 278 14-3
8 Indianapolis Cathedral 252 14-2
9 New Castle Chrysler 223 16-0
10 Evansville Bosse 221 13-2
11 Zionsville 197 11-1
12 Lawrence North 161 11-4
13 Carmel 127 9-5
14 Jeffersonville 116 12-2
15 Brownsburg 108 13-3
16 Center Grove 91 11-4
17 Fort Wayne North Side 89 14-4
18 Lawrence Central 77 8-5
19 Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian 52 14-1
20 Carroll (Fort Wayne) 28 11-2
Other Schools Receiving Votes
Barr-Reeve, Brebeuf Jesuit, Chesterton, Covington, East Noble, Forest Park, Homestead, Indianapolis Attucks, Indianapolis Howe, Lafayette Jefferson, LaVille, McCutcheon, Munster, Paoli, Pike, Princeton Community, South Bend Washington, Terre Haute South Vigo, Tindley, Tipton, Tri-West Hendricks, University, Valparaiso, Warsaw Community, Westview

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