SBLive boys basketball rankings (Jan. 10): Tupelo vaults to No. 1 after big win over Starkville

Each week during the 2021-22 Mississippi high school boys basketball season, SBLive’s Tyler Cleveland will rank the Top 10 teams in Mississippi regardless of classification, as well as the top five teams for each of the MHSAA’s six classifications. 

Here’s a look at the boys basketball rankings for the week starting Monday, Jan. 10.

(Feature photo by Austin Frayser)

SBLive Top 10

1. Tupelo (15-2)
2. Biloxi (16-2)
3. Starkville (12-3)
4. Madison-Ridgeland Academy (21-2)
5. Petal (16-3)
6. Meridian (15-3)
7. Brandon (14-4)
8. Olive Branch (14-4)
9. Murrah (16-2)
10. Southaven (16-3)

Moved in: NA
Dropped out: NA

Class rankings

6A

1. Tupelo (15-2)
2. Biloxi (16-2)
3. Starkville (12-3)
4. Petal (16-3)
5. Meridian (15-3)

Moved in: Tupelo (15-2)
Dropped out: Olive Branch (14-4)

5A

1. Holmes County Central (14-6)
2. Florence (16-2)
3. Saltillo (17-2)
4. Columbus (12-6)
5. New Hope (11-3)

Moved in: New Hope (11-3)
Dropped out: Forest Hill (6-9)

4A

1. Raymond (13-5)
2. Lanier (12-5)
2. Choctaw Central (16-2)
4. Leake Central (13-1)
5. Yazoo City (13-6)

Moved in: Leake Central (13-1), Yazoo City (13-6)
Dropped out: Gentry (15-5), South Pontotoc (14-3)

3A

1. St. Andrew’s (9-3)
2. St. Patrick (18-1)
3. Booneville (13-3)
4. North Panola (15-4)
5. Morton (11-5)

Moved in: Morton (11-5)
Dropped out: Winona (11-5)

2A

1. Coahoma County (12-7)
2. Pisgah (14-4)
3. Baldwyn (12-2)
4. Newton (10-6)
5. North Side (12-6)

Moved in: Baldwyn (12-2)
Dropped out: Pine Grove (10-7)

1A

1. Bay Springs (10-1)
2. Biggersville (13-2)
3. Leake County (14-2)
4. Ingomar (15-5
5. Tremont (15-5)

Moved in: NA
Dropped out: NA

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