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BOYS’ BASKETBALL

1. Blanche Ely (20-1)

2. South Miami (22-3)

3. Deerfield Beach (23-3)

4. Cardinal Gibbons (18-3)

5. Ransom Everglades (21-2)

6. American Heritage (17-6)

7. Pines Charter (17-3)

8. Carol City (18-5)

9. Norland (18-5)

10. Hialeah Gardens (19-5)

Under consideration: Archbishop Carroll (21-4), American (18-5), Coral Springs Christian (19-7).

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

1. Dillard (23-2)

2. Norland (24-3)

3. Lourdes (22-1)

4. Miami Country Day (26-1)

5. Miami High (18-4)

6. American Heritage (17-4)

7. Coral Springs Charter (20-7)

8. South Broward (16-5)

9. Nova (17-6)

10. Palmer Trinity (22-4)

Under consideration: Coconut Creek (23-2), Dr. Krop (19-4), Ransom Everglades (17-4), South Miami (21-4).

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