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CYPRESS — Early season basketball rankings are favoring the ladies on the court with four Cypress teams earning recognition from a statewide association.

The Texas Association of Basketball Coaches has recognized No. 4 Jersey Village, No. 9 Cy Ranch, No. 17 Langham Creek, and No. 21 Cy Creek in their most recently released rankings.

TABC girls 6A

1 Duncanville (5-1)

2 Garland Sachse (3-0)

3 Dallas Skyline (3-0)

4 Jersey Village (3-0)

5 Desoto (2-0)

7 Hendrickson (3-0)

6 Plano (3-0)

8 San Antonio Clark (4-0)

9 Cy-Ranch (2-0)

10 South Grand Prairie (5-0)

11 Plano East (7-0)

12 Allen (1-1)

13 Cedar Hill (4-1)

14 Cibole Steele (5-1)

15 Austin Westlake (1-1)

16 Irving MacArthur (1-1)

17 Langham Creek (4-1)

18 Arlington Bowie (3-1)

19 Prosper (5-2)

20 Summer Creek (3-2)

21 Cy-Creek (2-1)

22 Lewisville (5-1)

23 Harlingen (6-0)

24 San Antonio O’Connor (4-1)

25 Copperas Cove (7-0)

 

TABC boys 6A

1. Denton Guyer (0-0)
2. South Garland (0-0)
3. Morton Ranch (0-0)
4. Lake Travis (0-0)
5. Duncanville (0-0)
6. Rockwall (0-0)
7. South Grand Prairie (0-0)
8. Waco Midway (0-0)
9. North Crowley (0-0)
10. Houston Sam Houston (0-0)
11. Aldine Eisenhower (0-0)
12. Richardson Pearce (0-0)
13. Dickinson (0-0)
14. Laredo Nixon (0-0)
15. Arlington Bowie (0-0)
16. Pflugerville Hendrickson (0-0)
17. Desoto (0-0)
18. FB Elkins (0-0)
19. Klein Forest (0-0)
20. Spring Woods (0-0)
21. Allen (0-0)
22. Beaumont United (0-0)
23. Austin Westlake (0-0)
24. Waxahachie (0-0)
25. Harlingen (0-0)

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