Tennessean Midstate basketball Top 10: Girls

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VIDEOS: HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL FROM FEB. 3Video: Maplewood knocks off Whites Creek 58-56 | 3:41

Maplewood handed Whites Creek its first district defeat of the season on Friday, forcing a two-way tie atop the the league standings. Michael Murphy / The Tennessean

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VIDEOS: HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL FROM FEB. 3Video: Highlights of Oakland boys' 47-45 win over Riverdale | 1:16

Highlights of Oakland's 7-AAA win over Oakland. Cecil Joyce

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VIDEOS: HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL FROM FEB. 3Video: Highlights of Riverdale girls' 64-41 win over Oakland | 1:38

Highlights of top-ranked Riverdale's win over Oakland. Cecil Joyce

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VIDEOS: HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL FROM FEB. 3Video: Highlights of Hendersonville girls' victory over Mt. Juliet | 2:13

Highlights from Hendersonville girls' 46-33 victory over Mt. Juliet. Chris Brooks/Gallatin News Examiner

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  • Video: Maplewood knocks off Whites Creek 58-56
  • Video: Highlights of Oakland boys' 47-45 win over Riverdale
  • Video: Highlights of Riverdale girls' 64-41 win over Oakland
  • Video: Highlights of Hendersonville girls' victory over Mt. Juliet

Riverdale‘s Brinae Alexander (32) can help Riverdale finish the regular season undefeated with two more wins.(Photo: HELEN COMER/DNJ)

A look at the top high school girls basketball teams in Middle Tennessee, as ranked by the USA Today Sports Network of Tennessee.

1. Riverdale (23-0) – The Lady Warriors have wrapped up the top seed in the District 7-AAA tournament and can wrap up their first undefeated regular season in four years with wins over La Vergne and Baylor. Last week: No. 1.

2. Stewarts Creek (19-4) – The Lady Red Hawks face Smyrna on Friday in a game that may determine second place in District 7-AAA. Last week: No. 2.

3. Upperman (24-3) – Junior point guard Akira Levy, a Miss Basketball finalist from a year ago, leads a Lady Bees team that can lock up an undefeated District 8-AA regular season with two more wins. Last week: No. 4.

4. Brentwood Academy (20-5) – The Lady Eagles have three wins by an average of 23 points since suffering its first Division II-AA loss to Father Ryan. Last week No. 5.

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Oakland‘s Ray Tyler (12) drives toward the basket as Stewarts Creek‘s Jonathan Pellaux (10) guards him on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at Oakland.  HELEN COMER/DNJ The Oakland Hall of Fame inductees were presented between the boys and girls Oakland vs. Stewarts Creek games on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017. (L to R) Norris Chesterfield, Pat James, Allen Swader and Fran Fedak McPherson.  HELEN COMER/DNJ Oakland‘s Tre Jones (1) goes up for a shot as Stewarts Creek‘s Tyler Conley (32) guards him on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at Oakland.  HELEN COMER/DNJ Stewarts Creek‘s Jamya Rogers (21) goes up for a shot as Oakland‘s Maggie Knowles (23) guards her on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at Oakland.  HELEN COMER/DNJ Oakland‘s Keishawn Davidson (0) passes the ball to teammate Mike Hayworth (10) as Davidson is guarded by Stewarts Creek‘s Brayden Jackson (2) on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at Oakland.  HELEN COMER/DNJ Oakland‘s Faith Adams (2) and Stewarts Creek‘s Brianah Ferby (32) both go after a loose ball, on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at Oakland.   HELEN COMER/DNJ Stewarts Creek‘s Jonathan Pellaux (10) goes up for a shot during the game against Oakland on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at Oakland.  HELEN COMER/DNJ Stewarts Creek‘s Brandi Ferby (33) looks to pass the ball during the game against Oakland on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at Oakland.  HELEN COMER/DNJ Stewarts Creek‘s Terrell Brown (20) and Tyler Conley (32) both go after a rebound under the Oakland goal on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at Oakland.  HELEN COMER/DNJ Stewarts Creek‘s Brandi Ferby (33) goes up for a shot as Oakland‘s Deja Puckett (20) guards her on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at Oakland.  HELEN COMER/DNJ Oakalnd‘s Maggie Knowles (23) grabs a rebound under Stewarts Creek‘s goal as she is surrounded by Oakland‘s Jasmine Davis (40) and Kyra Wilder (10) on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at Oakland.  HELEN COMER/DNJ Stewarts Creek‘s (22) gets ready to go up for a shot as Oakland players Deja Puckett (20) and Mari Gaines (40) guard her on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at Oakland.  HELEN COMER/DNJ Stewarts Creek‘s Brianah Ferby (32) looks to pass the ball during the game against Oakland on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at Oakland.  HELEN COMER/DNJ Northwest’s Dezmon Stacker goes baseline against a Springfield defender during their District 10 basketball game Friday in Springfield.  George Robinson / USA TODAY NETWORK-Tennessee Norhtwest’s Dezmon Stacker gets tangled up with Springfield’s Dalaino Walker after going for a loose ball in the first half of Friday’s District 10 basketball game in Springfield.  George Robinson / USA TODAY NETWORK-Tennessee Northwest’s Shatar McClay blocks the shot of Springfield’s Dalaino Walker in the second half of their District 10 basketball game Friday in Springfield.  George Robinson / USA TODAY NETWORK-Tennessee Springfield’s student section chants during the third quarter as the Yellow Jackets faced Northwest in a District 10 basketball game Friday in Springfield.  George Robinson / USA TODAY NETWORK-Tennessee Northwest coach Vincent Turner instructs his team during a timeout in the fourth quarter against Springfield in a District 10 basketball game Friday in Springfield.  George Robinson / USA TODAY NETWORK-Tennessee Springfield coach Darryl Travis talks to his team during a free throw attempt by Northwest in the first half of their District 10 basketball game Friday in Springfield.  George Robinson / USA TODAY NETWORK-Tennessee Springfield’s Keenan Pulley (3) drives past Northwest defenders during the second half of their District 10 basketball game Friday in Springfield.  George Robinson / USA TODAY NETWORK-Tennessee Northwest’s Dezmon Stacker looks to pass the ball against Springfield’s defense in the first half of their District 10 basketball game Friday in Springfield.  George Robinson / USA TODAY NETWORK-Tennessee Hendersonville‘s Justin Ernst has his shot blocked by Mt. Juliet‘s Terrell Wilson in Hnedersonville, TN on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee Hendersonville‘s Ryne Loper drives the lane against Mt. Juliet in Hendersonville, TN on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee Hendersonville‘s Devon Fouche goes to the hoop but gets his shot block from behind by Mt. Juliet‘s Trey Pruitt in Hendersonville, TN on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee Mt. Juliet‘s Trey Pruitt shoots from the conrner against Hendersonville on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee Mt. Juliet‘s Issac Stephens drives the lane against Hendersonville on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee Hendrsonville‘s Brooke Long drives to the baseket against Mt. Juliet in Hendersonville on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee Hendersonville‘s Peyton Sheehan shoots as Mt. Juliet‘s Emma Palmer gets a hand on the ball in Hendersonville, TN on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee Mt. Juliet‘s Nevaeh Majors shoots a jump shot against Hendersonville on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee Hendersonville‘s Brooke Long tries to block the shot of Mt. Juliet‘s Nevaeh Majors in Hendersonville, TN on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee L-R Hendersonville‘s Deshiya Hoosier shoots as Mt. Juliet‘s Tondri Davis blocks the shot in Hendersonville, TN on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee L-R Hendersonville‘s Makenzie Cotter shoots as Mt. Juliet‘s Emma Palmer defends in Hendersonville. TN on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee L-R Hendersonville‘s Peyton Sheehan moves to block out Mt. Juliet‘s Halle Jones from the rebound in Hendersonville, TN on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee Mt. Juliet‘s Terrell Wilson drives as Hendersonville‘s Ryne Loper closes in from behind in Hendersonville, TN on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee Mt. Juliet‘s Joey Hayes shoots from behind the three point line against Hendersonville on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017.  Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee The Hendersonville bench wears Taylorstrong t shirts in remembrance of former football coach Chris Taylor who pasted away earlier this week in Hendersonville, TN on Fri. Feb. 3, 2017. Photo by Dave Cardaciotto   Dave Cardaciotto / For USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee

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5. Wilson Central (24-2) – Addie Byrd scored 25 points in a 56-52 win over Station Camp, which locked up the top seed in the District 9-AAA tournament. Last week: No. 6.

6. Ensworth (18-4) – The Lady Tigers had a third finish in double figures in their 44-31 win over Father Ryan, which gave the Lady Irish their first loss of the season. Last week: No. 7.

7. Father Ryan (21-1) – The 44 points scored by Ensworth in the Lady Irish’s first loss was only the second most points allowed all season. Last week: No. 3.

8. Westmoreland (21-2) – The Lady Eagles have rolled off 17 straight wins since they last lost on Dec. 6 to Cheatham County. Last week: No. 8.

9. Cheatham County (22-2) – Abbi Douglas scored 19 points in a 60-50 win over rival Harpeth on Friday night to stay tied with co-leader Westmoreland in District 9-AA. Last week: No. 9.

10. Pickett County (23-1) – The Lady Bobcats can avenge their lone loss on Tuesday when they host Clarkrange. Last week: Not ranked.

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