Tribune power rankings: Boys' basketball

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1. Lone Peak • The Knights will most likely be ranked No. 1 in the nation by

2. Weber • The Warriors just beat Brighton on the road to stay undefeated

3. Davis • The Darts are 5-0 and rolling

4. Jordan • Brandon Pasker leads the upstart Beetdiggers early on

5. Brighton • The Bengals' two losses have come to Lone Peak and Weber


1. Orem • The Tigers haven't played many games, but they're still very good

2. Woods Cross • Coming off a 40-39 nail-biting win over Layton on Friday

3. Sky View • Won back-to-back road games at Bear River and Provo

4. East • The Leopards have won four straight and are gaining steam

5. Timpview • Beat 5A Cottonwood by 43 points on Tuesday


1. Judge Memorial • The Bulldogs have played arguably the most difficult preseason schedule in 3A so far

2. Spanish Fork • The Dons are 7-0, the only undefeated team left in 3A

3. Juan Diego • A young but well-rounded team is going to make noise

4. Morgan • Lost to 4A Bonneville by two points Friday

5. Bear River • Bears slipped up in road loss to Park City


1. Wasatch Academy • At 6-0, first big test at Juan Diego on Monday

2. South Sevier • Gaining momentum after Great Western Shootout

3. Richfield • Impressive preseason schedule has Wildcats at 6-2

4. Merit Academy • Joel Martinez paces the 5-1 Knights

5. Manti • The Templars are just another formidable team out of a tough Region 16


1. Tabiona • Beat Tintic to improve to 6-1

2. Tintic • McKade Holman is a dynamic scorer in 1A

3. Pinnacle Canyon • Taje Richardson, Jake Hardy and Dalton Rudman are a prolific trio

4. Altamont • Dylan Lindsay does it all for the Longhorns

5. Monticello • Gunnar Hollingsworth and Austin Maloy lead the Buckaroos early