For the first time all season, there is no change in the top 10 poll.  Even though Bath lost to Potterville on Friday, their 9-4 record keeps them ahead of Lansing Catholic, Everett, and Potterville for another week.

Congrats to Williamston for winning the outright championship in the CAAC Red after beating Haslett on Thursday.  P-W, East Lansing, and Ionia are also close to winning their leagues.  In fact, East Lansing can win the outright CAAC Blue title if they beat Grand Ledge and Okemos this week.

For teams not contending for conference titles, now is a good time to get yourself ready for the state tournament, which begins on March 7th.  There are a slew of dangerous teams (not necessarily in the Top 10 poll) out there who could rise up and upset one of the top teams in early March.

Action this week features Holt at DeWitt, Everett at Waverly, Sexton at Fowlerville (all on Tuesday).  As for Wednesday, Eastern is at Lansing Catholic and Potterville is at Laingsburg.  And then on Friday, Okemos is at East Lansing for the CAAC Blue title.  Williamston is at Mason, Ionia looks avenge their only league loss when they host Sexton. And P-W faces their arch-rivals, the Fowler Eagles, to try to stay atop the highly competitive CMAC.

Ok, on with this week's poll:

Mid-Michigan High School Boys Basketball Top 10—2/15/22

Here's a look at the top 10 teams in the Lansing area in boys basketball.

We will have the Okemos at East Lansing game on The Game 730 AM WVFN on Friday night.  Brock Palmbos and Erik "Doc" Love will have the call from East Lansing HS, with coverage beginning at 7:00 or so.