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A look at the Texas high school basketball state rankings from the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches.

Texas Association of Basketball Coaches State Rankings

Feb. 12, 2024

BOYS

CLASS 6A

1. Plano East (32-0); 2. Stony Point (31-1); 3. North Crowley (29-3); 4. Atascocita (28-6); 5. SA Brennan (27-4); 6. FB Clements (29-0); 7. Seven Lakes (32-2); 8. Shadow Creek (28-2); 9. Beaumont United (29-3); 10. Allen (29-5); 11. Duncanville (17-9); 12. Waxahachie (20-10); 13. Keller (25-5); 14. Mansfield Lake Ridge (26-6); 15. Austin Westlake (26-7); 16. Lake Travis (28-5); 17. New Braunfels (29-4); 18. South Grand Prairie (28-6); 19. Houston Bellaire (26-6); 20. TW College Park (30-4); 21. Schertz Clemens (25-8); 22. Cypress Falls (25-4); 23. Buda Johnson (25-7); 24. Frenship (26-4); 25. South Houston (27-6)

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CLASS 5A

1. Lancaster (22-5); 2. SA Veterans Memorial (34-1); 3. FB Marshall (30-2); 4. EP Chapin (29-4); 5. Amarillo (29-4); 6. Leander Rouse (26-7); 7. Mansfield Summit (25-7); 8. Frisco Lone Star (28-3); 9. Dallas White (23-5); 10. The Colony (26-5); 11. Killeen Ellison (28-5); 12. Boerne Champion (29-4); 13. SA Southwest (29-3); 14. Waco University (26-6); 15. Palo Duro (21-5); 16. Longview (29-3); 17. Mt Pleasant (26-7); 18. Colleyville Heritage (26-5); 19. Mansfield Timberview (25-8); 20. CC Veterans Memorial (23-8); 21. South Oak Cliff (19-10); 22. SA Wagner (20-10); 23. Killeen Shoemaker (26-8); 24. Dallas Kimball (18-12); 25. Edinburg Vela (29-5)

CLASS 4A

1. FW Eastern Hills (25-4); 2. Faith Family (17-10); 3. Randall (28-3); 4. Dallas Carter (27-4); 5. Houston Washington (21-3); 6. Silsbee (22-9); 7. Iowa Colony (19-14); 8. Krum (29-3); 9. Estacado (21-7); 10. Bishop (25-9); 11. Stafford (27-6); 12. Boerne (28-5); 13. Kennedale (25-4); 14. Canyon (18-9); 15. Chapel Hill (24-4); 16. Hamshire Fannett (25-7); 17. Sinton (17-14); 18. West Plains (20-9); 19. Hudson (28-4); 20. La Vernia (30-1); 21. Dallas Lincoln (15-15); 22. Burkburnett (22-8); 23. Hirschi (13-11); 24. Mickey Leland (17-9); 25. Dallas Pinkston (17-15)

CLASS 3A

1. Hitchcock (27-3); 2. Shallowater (25-2); 3. SA Cole (26-9); 4. MP Chapel Hill (30-1); 5. Hooks (27-1); 6. Ponder (30-6); 7. Brock (26-8); 8. Holliday (28-2); 9. Orangefield (30-4); 10. Kountze (29-5); 11. Dallas Madison (17-11); 12. Poth (17-5); 13. Franklin (14-4); 14. Westwood (22-7); 15. Paradise (22-11); 16. Mexia (23-11); 17. Tatum (22-9); 18. Trinity Leadership (17-16); 19. Childress (23-8); 20. City View (17-10); 21. Lorena (22-9); 22. Northern Oaks (19-12); 23. Marion (21-8); 24. London (20-13); 25. Life Oak Cliff (24-10)

CLASS 2A

1. Lipan (28-4); 2. Martins Mill (27-4); 3. Beckville (21-6); 4. Reagan County (25-6); 5. Thorndale (28-3); 6. Hawkins (28-1); 7. Mumford (26-10); 8. North Hopkins (24-6); 9. New Home (25-6); 10. Honey Grove (26-4); 11. Nocona (22-11); 12. Poolville (27-5); 13. Shelbyville (22-7); 14. San Augustine (18-8); 15. LaPoynor (21-10); 16. Sam Rayburn (22-9); 17. Grapeland (23-10); 18. Evadale (22-12); 19. Marlin (16-4); 20. Farwell (22-9); 21. Timpson (10-6); 22. Tolar (14-14); 23. SA Stacey (19-8); 24. Olton (18-10); 25. Plains (28-3)

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CLASS A

1. Graford (27-4); 2. Jayton (30-3); 3. Benjamin (16-1); 4. Texline (26-4); 5. Perrin Whitt (30-4); 6. Brookeland (24-7); 7. Huckabay (21-11); 8. Gordon (16-5); 9. Dodd City (24-7); 10. Nazareth (16-11); 11. Slidell (24-7); 12. Fayetteville (26-4); 13. Calvert (16-8); 14. Knox City (25-2); 15. Rocksprings (22-3); 16. Wildorado (27-4); 17. San Perlita (14-9); 18. McMullen County (25-8); 19. Irion County (20-8); 20. Electra (26-5); 21. Eula (25-4); 22. Laneville (21-13); 23. Garden City (22-9); 24. Coolidge (18-6); 25. Penelope (24-3)

TAPPS 6A/SPC 4A

1. Bellaire Episcopal (27-8); 2. San Antonio Antonian Prep (28-6); 3. Dallas St. Mark’s (26-7); 4. Houston St. John’s (26-7); 5. Houston Christian (28-8); 6. Plano John Paul II (25-9); 7. Addison Greenhill (29-4); 7. Dallas Parish Episcopal (24-10); 9. Plano Prestonwood Christian (18-13); 10. Addison Trinity Christian (21-13)

TAPPS 5A/SPC 3A

1. Austin St. Michael’s (32-1); 2. Midland Christian (28-6); 3. Houston Second Baptist (25-7); 4. Grapevine Faith Christian (27-9); 5. The Woodlands Christian Academy (23-7); 6. Austin St. Andrew’s (21-8); 7. The Woodlands John Cooper (18-14); 8. San Antonio Christian (29-7); 9. Fort Worth Southwest Christian (22-12); 10. Fort Worth Christian (20-14)

TAPPS 4A

1. St. Thomas’ Episcopal (21-8); 2. Lubbock Trinity Christian (31-5); 3. Arlington Grace (23-9); 4. Prince of Peace (24-10); 5. Colleyville Covenant (22-7); 6. McKinney Christian (23-10); 7. Austin Brentwood Christian (20-10); 8. Boerne Geneva (22-6); 9. The Woodlands Legacy (17-3); 10. Austin Hill Country (24-4)

TAPPS 3A

1. St. Francis Episcopal (23-10); 2. Lubbock Christian (24-6); 3. Westbury Christian (18-15); 4. Tyler Bishop Gorman (28-4); 5. New Braunfels Christian (22-8); 6. Marble Falls Faith (23-10); 7. Waco Live Oak Classical (29-5); 8. Waco Bishop Reicher (24-7); 9. Houston Lutheran North (13-10); 10. Bryan Brazos Christian (16-5)

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TAPPS 2A

1. Ft. Worth Bethesda Christian (27-8); 2. Dallas First Baptist (21-9); 3. Amarillo Ascension Academy (19-0); 4. Crowley Nazarene Christian Academy (19-7); 5. Lubbock All Saints Episcopal (24-4); 6. Ft. Worth Christian Life Preparatory (15-7); 7. Galveston O’Connell (20-10); 8. Bulverde Bracken Christian (25-8); 9. Wylie Preparatory Academy (12-4); 10. Red Oak Ovilla Christian (14-9)

TAPPS A

1. DeSoto Canterbury Kingdom Collegiate (13-6); 2. Alamo Macedonian (31-2); 3. North Prosper Prestonwood Christian (15-6); 4. San Angelo Cornerstone (16-3); 5. Spring Founders Christian (20-11); 6. Edinburg Harvest (19-8); 7. Kingwood Covenant Preparatory (16-6); 8. Amarillo Holy Cross (20-3); 9. Lake Jackson Brazosport Christian (20-3); 10. Longview Christian Heritage (11-5)

GIRLS

CLASS 6A

1. DeSoto (23-5); 2. Lewisville Hebron (31-2); 3. Summer Creek (30-2); 4. SA Clark (29-2); 5. Duncanville (28-4); 6. SA Brennan (27-3); 7. South Grand Prairie (26-3); 8. Pearland (31-4); 9. Cypress Springs (27-2); 10. Cibolo Steele (27-8); 11. Ft. Bend Hightower (27-3); 12. Crowley (26-6); 13. Ft. Bend Austin (30-2); 14. Converse Judson (28-6); 15. Southlake Carroll (28-5); 16. FW Boswell (31-5); 17. Austin Westlake (25-5); 18. Edinburg (34-2); 19. Frenship (31-3); 20. Seven Lakes (27-8); 21. CE King (27-6); 22. Royse City (29-4); 23. Garland Sachse (22-9); 24. Langham Creek (28-5); 25. Hurst Bell (29-4)

CLASS 5A

1. Mansfield Timberview (34-1); 2. Frisco Liberty (27-7); 3. SA Wagner (24-5); 4. Amarillo High (32-4); 5. Richmond Randle (25-8); 6. Leander Glenn (31-2); 7. Lubbock Monterey (29-5); 8. McKinney North (26-10); 9. Liberty Hill (33-2); 10. Denton Ryan (28-7); 11. Pflugerville Hendrickson (26-7); 12. Argyle (30-5); 13. Comal Pieper (27-6); 14. Ft. Bend Willowridge (27-8); 15. White Settlement Brewer (28-4); 16. Killeen Chaparral (25-6); 17. Amarillo Tascosa (23-6); 18. SA McCollum (30-2); 19. Dallas White (28-3); 20. Georgetown (26-6); 21. Lamar Fulshear (24-7); 22. Manvel (29-6); 23. SA Harlandale (30-6); 24. Frisco Memorial (24-11); 25. Kerrville Tivy (23-7)

CLASS 4A

1. Glen Rose (29-3); 2. La Vega (28-8); 3. Levelland (32-2); 4. Sunnyvale (33-2); 5. Boerne (30-5); 6. Seminole (29-4); 7. Decatur (28-5); 8. Canyon (24-6); 9. Dallas Lincoln (25-3); 10. Fredericksburg (27-5); 11. Hardin Jefferson (24-10); 12. Silsbee (27-3); 13. Canton (28-5); 14. Cuero (32-3); 15. Godley (25-8); 16. Navasota (30-3); 17. West Plains (23-8); 18. Canyon Randall (22-8); 19. Krum (26-8); 20. Bishop (29-8); 21. Madisonville (27-5); 22. Brownsboro (26-7); 23. El Paso Riverside (29-1); 24. Bridgeport (24-11); 25. West Oso (26-8)

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CLASS 3A

1. Fairfield (30-2); 2. Tuscola Jim Ned (30-2); 3. Emory Rains (31-2); 4. Winnsboro (30-6); 5. Hitchcock (23-4); 6. Idalou (28-6); 7. Tatum (27-1); 8. Lytle (26-7); 9. SA Cole (30-7); 10. Wall (23-7); 11. Franklin (31-6); 12. Brock (24-9); 13. Comanche (28-3); 14. Lorena (28-6); 15. Ponder (30-7); 16. Hallettsville (28-4); 17. Malakoff (30-3); 18. Littlefield (23-6); 19. Paradise (25-8); 20. Rice (21-5); 21. Poth (25-9); 22. Huntington (30-6); 23. Hooks (27-6); 24. Spearman (24-5); 25. Jourdanton (27-8)

CLASS 2A

1. Lipan (30-3); 2. Tenaha (30-5); 3. Farwell (29-3); 4. Martins Mill (29-4); 5. New Home (24-7); 6. Shiner (29-2); 7. Panhandle (25-6); 8. Goldwaithe (28-3); 9. Nocona (29-3); 10. Wellington (24-6); 11. Clarendon (27-2); 12. Christoval (27-7); 13. Bremond (26-1); 14. Ozona (29-5); 15. Cisco (25-4); 16. Muenster (26-6); 17. Lovelady (22-7); 18. Jewett Leon (26-5); 19. San Saba (27-5); 20. Flatonia (28-5); 21. Douglass (23-6); 22. Falls City (26-5); 23. Hamilton (22-9); 24. Frost (25-7); 25. Normangee (27-6)

CLASS A

1. Turkey Valley (30-2); 2. Newcastle (28-1); 3. Rocksprings (30-4); 4. Eula (30-4); 5. Nazareth (21-10); 6. Whiteface (28-4); 7. Richland Springs (29-6); 8. Gordon (25-8); 9. McMullen County (26-5); 10. Whitharral (25-5); 11. Gorman (29-5); 12. Borden County (28-5); 13. Graford (26-6); 14. Throckmorton (24-4); 15. McLean (25-3); 16. Neches (24-7); 17. Eden (24-6); 18. Harrold (22-2); 19. Dodd City (22-8); 20. Jayton (23-10); 21. Menard (23-5); 22. Irion County (22-8); 23. Robert Lee (25-8); 24. Texline (25-7); 25. Saltillo (25-7)

TAPPS 6A/ SPC 4A

1. San Antonio Antonian (32-7); 2. Dallas Ursuline (19-9); 3. Dallas Bishop Lynch (23-12); 4. Bellaire Episcopal (29-5); 5. Houston Kinkaid (29-3); 6. Plano Prestonwood Christian (26-6); 7. Plano John Paul II (18-17); 8. Houston The Village (24-11); 9. Tomball Concordia Lutheran (25-8); 10. Addison Greenhill (22-8)

TAPPS 5A/SPC 3A

1. San Antonio St. Mary’s Hall (31-3); 2. Grapevine Faith Christian (30-2); 3. Houston Second Baptist (25-9); 4. Argyle Liberty Christian (19-15); 5. Fort Worth Southwest Christian (18-8); 6. Brownsville St. Joseph (23-9); 7. San Antonio Christian (21-8); 8. Austin St. Dominic Savio (21-9); 9. Flower Mound Coram Deo (21-11); 10. Fort Worth All Saints (13-14)

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TAPPS 4A

1. Geneva School of Boerne (26-3); 2. Grace Prep (Arlington) (24-7); 3. Lake County Christian (Fort Worth) (26-6); 4. Bay Area Christian (League City) (19-6); 5. Brook Hill (Bullard) (26-8); 6. Incarnate Word Academy (Corpus Christi) (31-6); 7. Trinity Christian (Lubbock) (17-13); 8. Trinity Christian (Willow Park) (17-12); 9. Legacy Prep (Woodlands) (19-11); 10. Dallas Christian (Mesquite) (14-6)

TAPPS 3A

1. Lubbock Christian (27-8); 2. Rosehill Chrisitan-Tomball (29-3); 3. San Jacinto Christian-Amarillo (25-8); 4. Brazos Christian-Bryan (24-8); 5. Bishop Gorman Catholic Tyler (17-13); 6. Lutheran-San Antonio (17-16); 7. McKinney Cornerstone (15-2); 8. Lutheran North-Houston (9-12); 9. Live Oak Classical-Waco (19-10); 10. Yavneh Dallas (13-7)

TAPPS 2A

1. Dallas First Baptist (26-3); 2. Lubbock Southcrest (21-5); 3. Bryan St. Joseph (18-4); 4. Red Oak Ovilla (18-6); 5. Hallettsville Sacred Heart (17-8); 6. Conroe Covenant (20-12); 7. Shiner St. Paul (17-8); 8. Austin Waldorf (17-7); 9. Muenster Sacred Heart (16-14); 10. Bryan Allen Academy (9-9)

TAPPS A

1. Edinburg Harvest Christian (36-1); 2. Prosper Prestonwood North (23-12); 3. Sherman Texoma Christian (18-8); 4. Longview Christian Heritage (19-6); 5. Amarillo Accelerate (14-8); 6, San Angelo Cornerstone (8-9); 7. Amarillo Holy Cross (16-8); 8. Fredericksburg Heritage (10-4); 9. Cypress Covenant (11-4); 10. Conroe Calvary Baptist (11-6)



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Knecht, Aidoo lead No. 5 Tennessee past Texas A&M, 86-51

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Dalton Knecht scored 24 points and No. 5 Tennessee beat Texas A&M 86-51 on Saturday night to tie Alabama for the Southeastern Conference lead and give coach Rick Barnes his 800th Division I victory.

The 69-year-old Barnes became the 14th coach to win 800 games at Division I schools. He also coached George Mason, Providence, Clemson and Texas, winning 402 games in 17 seasons with the Longhorns. He has 196 in nine seasons at Tennessee.

Jonas Aidoo had 18 points, 14 rebounds and three blocks to help the Volunteers (21-6, 11-3) win their fourth straight game. Zakai Zeigler had 14 assists and Tobe Awaka added 12 points. Tennessee shot 52.4% from the field.

Tyrese Radford and Wade Taylor IV led Texas A&M (15-12, 6-8) with 11 points each. The Aggies shot 27.3% from the field in dropping their fourth in a row.

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Santiago Vescovi hit a 3-pointer just before the buzzer to put Tennessee up 37-27 at halftime.

THE TAKEAWAY

Texas A&M: Two weeks ago, the Aggies couldn’t miss from beyond the arc in their 16-point win over Tennessee. They hit 8 of 16 3-pointers in the first half and were up by 14 before the Vols knew what hit them. … Andersson Garcia was dominant on the boards with 17 rebounds.

Tennessee: The Vols control their own destiny for a double-bye in the SEC Tournament. … Tennessee continues to get production from different areas of its roster. Earlier this week it was Awaka off the bench to rescue the Vols against Missouri.

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Texas A&M: Host No. 20 South Carolina on Wednesday night.

Tennessee: Host No. 14 Auburn on Wednesday night.

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Kansas vs. Texas: Predictions, picks, odds for men’s college basketball game

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The No. 9 Kansas Jayhawks are set to face off against the Texas Longhorns at Allen Fieldhouse in a Big 12 showdown on Saturday night. This will be their only meeting this season.

Kansas currently has a record of 20-6 and is hoping to maintain their momentum after securing a 67-57 win against Oklahoma. The Jayhawks experienced two losses in the past month, a close 75-70 overtime loss to Kansas State, and a 79-50 blowout loss to Texas Tech.

The Texas Longhorns are coming off a 62-56 win against Kansas State. Longhorns’ Max Abmas made history by becoming the 12th player in men’s Division I to score 3,000 career points. Abmas is currently averaging 16.9 points and 4.4 assists per game.

Here are the betting lines and current predictions for the Kansas Jayhawks vs. Texas Longhorns Big 12 showdown.

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No. 9 Kansas Jayhawks vs. Texas Longhorns predictions

ESPN: Kansas has a 73% chance to win

According to ESPN’s Matchup Predictor, the Kansas Jayhawks have a 73.0% chance of beating the Texas Longhorns.

Winners and Whiners: Texas to get the win

Staff writes: “On the other end, Texas allows 67.9 points per contest. They embark on this trip after holding Kansas State to 56 points. The Longhorns’ opponent shoot 42.5% from the floor and 34.2% from beyond the arc. Texas sends foes to the free throw line 18.2 times per game. This season’s team is positive in rebounding (+1.5) and turnovers (+0.8). Texas has a good team. Can they pull off the upset?”

Action Network: Over 143

Scott Shaeffer writes: “Both teams have had about as much rest as they could ask for at this time of year in preparation for this game. Kansas’ offense struggles in the half-court at times, so the Jayhawks are likely to try to ratchet up defensive intensity to force turnovers and easy transition opportunities. Texas should have some avenues to find scoring, even in a tough road environment. I expect this to be a higher-scoring game than a typical Big 12 rock fight, so I’m recommending taking the over here.”

No. 9 Kansas Jayhawks vs. Texas Longhorns betting odds, lines

The Kansas Jayhawks are favored to defeat the Texas Longhorns, according to the BetMGM odds.

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  • Spread: Kansas (-8.5); Texas (+8.5)
  • Moneyline: Kansas (-400); Texas(+310)
  • Total: 146.5

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How to watch No. 9 Kansas Jayhawks vs. Texas Longhorns channel, steaming information

  • Game day: Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024
  • Game time: 6:00 p.m., ET
  • TV channel: ESPN
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How to watch Tennessee Volunteers vs. Texas A&M Aggies: NCAA Basketball live stream info, TV channel, start time, game odds

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Who’s Playing

Texas A&M Aggies @ Tennessee Volunteers

Current Records: Texas A&M 15-11, Tennessee 20-6

How To Watch

What to Know

We’ve got another exciting SEC matchup on schedule as the Texas A&M Aggies and the Tennessee Volunteers are set to tip at 8:00 p.m. ET on February 24th at Thompson-Boling Arena. Texas A&M is staggering into the matchup hobbled by three consecutive losses, while the Volunteers will skip in buoyed by three consecutive wins.

The point spread may have favored Texas A&M on Tuesday, but the final result did not. They fell 78-71 to the Razorbacks.

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The losing side was boosted by Andersson Garcia, who scored eight points along with 15 rebounds.

Meanwhile, the Volunteers beat the Tigers 72-67 on Tuesday.

Jonas Aidoo and Tobe Awaka were among the main playmakers for Tennessee as the former scored 14 points along with four blocks and the latter dropped a double-double on 18 points and ten rebounds.

The Aggies’ loss dropped their record down to 15-11. As for the Volunteers, they have been performing well recently as they’ve won 16 of their last 19 games, which provided a nice bump to their 20-6 record this season.

Saturday’s match is one where the number of possessions is likely to be a big factor: Texas A&M have been smashing the glass this season, having averaged 43.1 rebounds per game (they’re ranked third in rebounds per game overall). However, it’s not like Tennessee struggles in that department as they’ve been averaging 38.7 rebounds per game. Given these competing strengths, it’ll be interesting to see how their clash plays out.

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Texas A&M strolled past the Volunteers when the teams last played last Saturday by a score of 85-69. The rematch might be a little tougher for Texas A&M since the squad won’t have the home-court advantage this time around. We’ll see if the change in venue makes a difference.

Series History

Tennessee has won 6 out of their last 10 games against Texas A&M.

  • Feb 10, 2024 – Texas A&M 85 vs. Tennessee 69
  • Feb 21, 2023 – Texas A&M 68 vs. Tennessee 63
  • Mar 13, 2022 – Tennessee 65 vs. Texas A&M 50
  • Feb 01, 2022 – Tennessee 90 vs. Texas A&M 80
  • Jan 09, 2021 – Tennessee 68 vs. Texas A&M 54
  • Jan 28, 2020 – Texas A&M 63 vs. Tennessee 58
  • Feb 02, 2019 – Tennessee 93 vs. Texas A&M 76
  • Jan 13, 2018 – Tennessee 75 vs. Texas A&M 62
  • Dec 29, 2016 – Tennessee 73 vs. Texas A&M 63
  • Jan 09, 2016 – Texas A&M 92 vs. Tennessee 88





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