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(All records through Dec. 14, according to MaxPreps) 1. (2) ▲ St. Mary’s-Stockton 6-0 2. (3)

Miramonte-Orinda

6-0

3. (4)

Carondelet-Concord

3-0

4. (5)

Salesian-Richmond

3-0

5. (7)

Sacramento

3-0

6. (8)

Archbishop Mitty-San Jose

4-2

7. (6)

Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland

3-1

8. (1)

St. Mary’s-Berkeley

4-1

9. (9)

— St. Ignatius-S.F.

10. (10) —

Pinewood-Los Altos Hills

4-0 6-0

11. (11) — Sacred Heart Cthdrl-S.F.

1-2

12. (12) — Vanden-Fairfield

4-1

13. (14) ▲

Oak Ridge-El Dorado Hills

5-1

14. (15) ▲

McNair-Stockton

5-0

15. (19) ▲

Enterprise-Redding

3-0

16. (NR) ▲

McClatchy-Sacramento

4-1

17. (NR) ▲

Scotts Valley

5-1

18. (12) ▼

St. Francis-Mountain View

5-2

19. (NR) ▲

Eastside College Prep-Palo Alto

5-2

20. (NR) ▲

Brookside Christian-Stockton

3-3

Marauders Roll To Barry Title No. 11 As Jesuit’s long-running tournament turned 40, the host team improved to 6-0 By trevor horn | Senior Contributor History and tradition will seemingly always be on the side of Jesuit-Carmichael boys basketball coach Greg Harcos when scheduling the iconic Father Berry Christmas Classic each year. Despite the growing number of elite December basketball tournaments across the country, the pool of parochial programs playing in the 40th annual tournament at Jesuit this season still entertained crowds with solid players and great play — despite Harcos admitting this was a tough season to schedule with the likes of Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland and other Barry regulars going elsewhere this winter. Jesuit defeated St. Mary’s-Stockton 80-69 in the finals on Dec. 14 for the Marauders 11th championship in the second-longest running tournament in the Sacramento region behind the Kendall Arnett Tournament in Auburn.

father barry tournament “It’s really been a very top-heavy tournament for a long time,” Harcos said. “This year, I had a tough time finding teams. It was a challenge to get teams this year.” The eight-team tournament consisted of one non-parochial program with nearby Rocklin taking part. And the longesttraveled team in tournament history, Xavier from Melbourne, Australia was in attendance. Led by 6-foot-8 forward Matthew McCarthy, Xavier dropped all three games over the weekend in tournament. But McCarthy drew high praises from coaches throughout the tournament. “I told him he can come play for me right now,” Harcos jokingly said. “We’d love to have that guy. He has a lot of skill.” The tournament has had its share of elite players in the past four decades. Former Duke All-American Mark Alarie was the

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No. 15 Modesto Christian, No. 17 Marin Catholic, No. 18 Wilcox, No. 20 Gunn

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St. Mary’s (Berkeley) dropped seven spots after losing to Bishop O’Dowd (which lost to Lynbrook, a team Mitty beat by 27), and McClatchy jumped into the rankings at No. 16 by virtue of only losing to No. 1 St. Mary’s (Stockton) by 16.

STILL RANKED FROM PRESEASON TOP 20: 16

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