The Minnesota Basketball News top rankings for high school basketball teams has the number one ranked team in each class entrenched there.  In Class 1A undefeated BOLD is still on top.

In Class 2A it's Caledonia after the Warriors manhandled Waseca a few weeks ago to take over the top spot.  They suffered their first loss of the season last night to #1 3A Minnehaha Academy 92-73.  Jalen Suggs who has committed to Gonzaga scored 42 points.  Caledonia's Noah King finished with 23 points.  Class 3A Minnehaha Academy has been number 1 since the first issue of the Minnesota Basketball News was published.

The Redhawks have two losses to Class 4A super teams Cretin-Derham Hall and Hopkins.  Scores in those games were 75-66 and 92-85 respectively.

Eden Prairie is atop Class 4A with an unblemished record following wins over Park Center, St. Michael-Albertville and Minnetonka.

The top 10 teams in each class ranked by the Minnesota Basketball News are below.

Class 1A

1. BOLD
2. Henning
3. Ada-Borup
4. Southwest Minnesota Christian
5. Waterville-Elysian-Morristown
6. New Ulm Cathedral
7. Springfield
8. West Central Area
9. Fertile-Beltrami
10. Blooming Prairie

Class 2A

1. Caledonia
2. Waseca
3. Lake City
4. Minneapolis North
5. St. Croix Prep
6. Perham
7. East Grand Forks
8. Minnesota Valley Lutheran
9. Eden Valley-Watkins
10. Osakis

Class 3A

1. Minnehaha Academy
2. Mankato East
3. DeLaSalle
4. Totino-Grace
5. Marshall
6. Waconia
7. Delano
8. Austin
9. St. Peter
10.Richfield

Class 4A

1. Eden Prairie
2. Eastview
3. Cretin-Derham Hall
4. Shakopee
5. Hopkins
6. Spring Lake Park
7. Robbinsdale Armstrong
8. Park Center
9. Lakeville South
10.Chaska

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