Boys hoops | Tribune Top 20

Records through Sunday; previous ranking in parentheses.

1. Young 13-1 (1)

In hunt for mythical national title.

2. Morgan Park 16-1 (2)

Primed for Wednesday showdown with Simeon.

3. Simeon 11-2 (3)

Picked up much-needed momentum in Memphis.

4. Proviso East 12-3 (4)

Incident with Morton marred strong recent play.

5. Marian Catholic 16-1 (5)

Benet, Niles North on tap.

6. North Chicago 16-1 (6)

McCloud a star in the making.

7. West Aurora 12-2 (7)

DVC could be decided Friday at Glenbard East.

8. Curie 9-5 (8)

Should cruise through rest of Red Central schedule.

9. Oswego 13-2 (9)

Easier schedule in second half.

10. Orr 11-2 (11)

Another out-of-state victory.

11. Benet 17-3 (12)

Allowing 31 points a game in 2013.

12. Notre Dame 15-2 (13)

Survived Nazareth in OT.

13. Brother Rice 14-2 (14)

Beat Hales for first time since '04.

14. Providence-St. Mel 13-3 (15)

Will be tested Tuesday by Seton.

15. Neuqua Valley 15-1 (10)

15-game winning streak snapped by Metea.

16. Bloom 12-3 (17)

No trouble with Crete.

17. Stevenson 11-4 (18)

Sophomore Brunson making All-State bid.

18. Niles North 12-3 (19)

Most talent in CSL.

19. St. Rita 10-4 (20)

Marist, Brother Rice, St. Raymond's (N.Y.) next on relentless schedule.

20. Maine South 14-3 (NR)

Outlasted New Trier in OT.

On the verge: Larkin 15-2, Marist 12-4, St. Patrick 11-4, T.F. North 14-3, Zion-Benton 13-3.

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