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2012-13 Boys basketball (through Feb. 17, 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)     21-2
 2. Northport (NYSPHSAA, AA)                 18-1
 3. Amityville (NYSPHSAA, A)                 16-2
 4. Lawrence (NYSPHSAA, A)                   15-3
 5. Brentwood (NYSPHSAA, AA)                 17-2
 6. Farmingdale (NYSPHSAA, AA)               14-3
 7. Harborfields (NYSPHSAA, A)               14-3
 8. Jericho (NYSPHSAA, A)                    15-3
 9. Baldwin (NYSPHSAA, AA)                   14-3
10. Deer Park (NYSPHSAA, AA)                 15-4
11. St. Mary's (CHSAA, A)                    16-5
12. Babylon (NYSPHSAA, B)                    17-2
13. Half Hollow Hills West  (NYSPHSAA, AA)   15-4
14. Elmont (NYSPHSAA, AA)                    12-5
15. Great Neck South (NYSPHSAA, AA)          13-4
16. Hicksville (NYSPHSAA, AA)                14-4
17. Holy Trinity (CHSAA, A)                  16-5
18. William Floyd (NYSPHSAA, AA)             14-5
19. Southampton (NYSPHSAA, B)                15-4
20. Chaminade (CHSAA, A)                     15-7
21. Central Islip (NYSPHSAA, AA)             15-4
22. West Hempstead (NYSPHSAA, A)             14-4
23. Freeport (NYSPHSAA, AA)                  12-6
24. Roslyn (NYSPHSAA, A)                     13-5
25. Hewlett (NYSPHSAA, A)                    13-4


Nassau County

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

Honorable mention

  Freeport (12-6), Roslyn (15-3), Hewlett (13-4), Bethpage (12-6), Uniondale
(10-8), Great Neck North (12-6), Mineola (14-4), Oyster Bay (15-3), Wheatley
(14-4), Friends Academy (12-5).


Suffolk County

  (1) Northport, (2) Amityville, (3) Brentwood, (4) Harborfields, (5) Deer
Park, (6) Babylon, (7) Half Hollow Hills West, (8) William Floyd, (9)
Southampton, (10) Central Islip, (11) Bayport-Blue Point (13-6), (12) Smithtown
West (15-4).

Honorable mention

  Bridgehampton (10-8), Stony Brook School (15-3), Longwood (12-6), Newfield 
(13-6), Riverhead (15-4).




  
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