Power Rankings, February 13, 2008
1.Central Catholic (15-1): A date with Lowell looms in the Division 1 North sectional.
2.Salem, NH (15-1): Still untouchable in Class L. You know E.J. Perry would love a re-do on the Greater Lawrence Christmas tourney.
3.Londonderry (12-3): Rally North's most fierce defender as a team. Nobody plays harder than Jim Zorbas' boys, and the big guy, Ryan Griffin, is back and healthy.
4.Pelham (15-3): The run-and-gun Pythons haven't lost since just after ringing in the new year, ripping off nine straight wins.
5.Brooks (14-4): The sweetest shooting backcourt in the region, Jordan Mickens and Alex Skinner, continues to dominate in the ISL.
6.Salem ,MA (12-5): After 0-3 start, Witches ride a four-game win streak having won 12 of the last 14.
7.North Andover (14-4): A Friday night collision remains to claim the CAL large title.
8.Hamilton-Wenham (13-4): Cape Ann League Division II champs have won 10 straight, led by Michael Carter-Williams, who scores 19.5 points a game.
9.Swampscott (13-5): Just ask Gloucester how tough the Big Blue can be.
10.Masconomet (12-5): Chieftains tumbling a little, especially after loss to Wilmington, can redeem themselves Friday night against North Andover.