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Girls Basketball: Marist Motors to No. 1 in Rankings

High-energy RedHawks improved to 10-0 Wednesday night and claimed the top spot in the Patch Power Rankings.

1. Marist (10-0): The pass-happy RedHawks followed up Monday’s 67-33 demolition of Lockport with a 61-20 rout of Bishop McNamara on Wednesday night.

2. Lincoln-Way East (4-0): Griffins will end a long layoff when they make the trip to Joliet tonight.

3. Marian Catholic (5-2): Six-foot-1 junior Megan Walsh is asserting herself as an inside force.

4. Homewood-Flossmoor (7-3): Senior guard Danielle Woolfolk scored 23 points in H-F’s 56-40 win over Rich Central on Monday and proved once again she can take over games down the stretch.

5. Rich Central (8-3): Olympians were without starting guard Alex Stanford, post player Layne Murphy and coach Bryan Craig in Monday’s loss to H-F. The three were serving IHSA suspensions after being ejected from last Thursday’s game against Bloom.

Next Best in Alphabetical Order: Andrew, Bloom Township, Lincoln-Way Central, Lincoln-Way North, Oak Forest, Richards.

(Covering the following Patch communities: Chicago Heights, Evergreen Park, Frankfort, Homewood-Flossmoor, Mokena, New Lenox, Oak Forest, Oak Lawn, Orland Park, Palos, Tinley Park and the neighboring private schools that draw students from those communities).


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