The women’s basketball team at Inkarner Teward (St. Louis, Missouri) is not accustomed to losing in March.
Red Knights regained the state title every season from 2017-19, and again in 2021. They were heading for the championship in 2020 before the COVID-19 pandemic was forced to cancel the season.
Behind star players Sania Tyler, Natalie Potts and Olivia Khan, Inkerner Teward appears to be better prepared this season, Troive Cannon (Troy, Missouri) in the Class 6 quarterfinals on Saturday. Brought a record of 29-0 in the match against.
Red Knights’ dominant play in recent weeks — they defeated Howell Central (St. Charles, Missouri) 79-32 in the Third District Championship — pushed them to 10th place in this week’s rankings.not yet Led by Sidwell Friends.. (You can find the ranking of last week here).
1. Sidwell Friends (DC), 27-0
Quakers added hardware to their collection at the DC State Athletic Association (DCSAA) Championship this weekend.
2. Hopkins, Minnesota, 21-1
The Royals started the 6AAAA postseason with two wins this weekend.
3. DeSoto (Texas), 33-2
The Eagles have completed their “Legacy Tour” by defeating the South Grand Prairie 40-23 and hosting two consecutive 6A State Championships.
4. Classen SAS (Okla.), 21-1
Darianna Littlepage-Bugs scored 16 points in 8-8 shots as Comets defeated Blanchard 53-24 in the 4A quarterfinals on Tuesday.
5. St. John Biannie (NJ), 29-1
Lancers qualified for the state championship by defeating Paul VI 69-50 on Wednesday in the South Jersey Private A Final.
6. Sierra Canyon (California), 28-2
The Trail Blazers retaliated for their defeat from February 26, beating the Sierra Canyon 60-51 in the Open Division Regional Finals on Tuesday.
7. Etiwanda (California), 28-1
The Eagles lost to the Sierra Canyon for the first time in the season and would not have arrived at the worst of times.
8. New Hope (Md.), 27-2
The Tigers are waiting to bid on GEI CONationals.
9. Cedar Park, Texas, 36-0
Timberwolves scored 27 points as the Timberwolves defeated the Memorial 45-40 and won the 5A State Championship for the second consecutive year.
10. Inkerner Teward (Monday), 26-0
Red Knights defeated each of the previous three opponents by an average of 47 points.
11. La Jolla Country Day (California), 24-3
The Torries season ended on Saturday with a tragic end in the form of losing to the Sierra Canyon 63-62 in the CIF Open Division Region Semifinals.
12. Montverde, Florida, 18-3
At the end of the season, the Tigers are waiting for potential bids on GEI CONationals.
13. Lake Highland Prep (Florida), 23-4
After winning the 4A State Championship, the Highlanders want to win a bid for GEI CONationals.
14. Hazel Green, Alabama, 33-0
The Trojan defeated Oxford 55-38 in the 6A Championship Game for the fifth straight victory.
15. Johnston (Iowa), 26-0
The Dragons defeated Waterloo West 51-31 a year after losing the championship game to win the 5A state title.
16. Woodward Academy (Ga.), 27-2
After 22 points ahead of Warner Robins, War Eagles will challenge Forest Park on Thursday in the AAAAA finals.
17. Lone Peak, Utah, 23-0
Knight defeated Fremont in the 6A State Championship to end the perfect season.
18. DME (Fla.), 21-3
DME is in practice mode, waiting for the possibility of bidding on GEI CONationals.
19. IMG (Fla.), 11-4
Like Montverde and DME, Ascender shut down things in the hope of gaining a position in GEI CONationals.
20. Noblesville, Indiana, 25-4
Millers defeated Franklin Community 76-52 and won the title of State 4A. This is the second state crown of the program and the first since 1987.
21. South Bend Washington, Indiana, 27-3
The Panthers annihilated Silver Creek 93-35 in the 3A State Championship Game last weekend.
22. Fremont, Utah, 24-3
The Timberwolves fell to the loan peak in the 6A State Final.
23. Conway (Ark). 28-2
Wampscat was stunned in the second round of the 6A playoffs and fell to Central 66-60.
24. Duncanville (Texas), 34-7
The panteret season ended on February 26th and lost to DeSoto in the 6A Region II final.
25. St. John’s (DC), 19-5
The momentum of the cadets who won the WCAC Conference Championship ended with a defeat to Georgetown Visit in the DCSAA Semifinals.
Josh Needelman is a high school sports editor for Just Women’s Sports. Follow him on Twitter @JoshNeedelman..