1. St. Anthony's (8-1): The Friars were unable to get a flight out to the Braggin’ Right Classic in Cincinnati due to the weather. They went to New Jersey instead and won the Prime Time/ESCIT Flight A crown by beating Penn Charter in the finals, 54-50. The Friars beat Nottingham in the first round, 73-38.
2. St. John the Baptist (6-1): The Cougars were scheduled to play in the Disney Tournament and tried to get an early flight to beat the storm, but it was cancelled. They tried the next few days but were unable to get a flight and played no games.
3. Northport (5-0): Northport won both games at its Suffolk Shootout beating Deer Park, 58-30. Chrystal Pope had 13 points and six assists. The Tigers also beat Kings Park, 52-37. Pope had 15 points and six assists and Stephanie Leon had six points and 15 rebounds.
4. Long Island Lutheran (6-2): The Crusaders lost in the finals of the Newton South Christmas Tournament to Buffalo Nichols, 54-53. Christina Raiti scored 17 points. The Crusaders defeated Newton North in the opening round, 52-36. Yuni Sher had 14 points and eight rebounds.
5. Sachem East (3-1): The Flaming Arrows defeated McKee-Staten Island Tech in the Murry Bergtraum Tournament, 48-47. Emily Carmel scored all of her 12 points in a 17-6 fourth quarter as the Flaming Arrows rallied from a 41-31 fourth quarter deficit.
6. Sacred Heart (8-2): Sacred Heart picked up wins over Roosevelt, Wantagh, and Freeport to win the Lady Red Devils Tournament at Freeport.
7. Baldwin (6-1): Baldwin lost to Ossining in the semifinals of the Slam Dunk Tournament, 75-40. The Bruins defeated Mount Vernon, 53-37, in the consolation game. Alex Hampton had 11 points, eight rebounds, six steals, and five assists.
8. North Babylon (4-0): North Babylon had the week off.
9. Center Moriches (5-2): A good week for the Red Devils, who are coming on strong with two wins in the Suffolk Shootout at Northport. They defeated Harborfields, the defending Suffolk Class A champions, 49-32. Kelsey Glanzman scored 23 points. Center Moriches also picked up a 55-47 win over Deer Park. Amber Davis scored 24 of her 31 points in a 30-23 second half. The two losses were to Baldwin and Long Island Lutheran.
10. Division (6-0): Division had the week off and plays at Garden City on Tuesday.
On the bubble: Massapequa (6-1), Farmingdale (6-0), Kellenberg (5-4), Harborfields (4-3), Whitman (4-1), Kings Park (6-2), Glenn (7-0), Holy Trinity (4-4)
Top performances from last week
Barbara Sullivan (Garden City): The senior reached 1,000 career points in a 61-58 double overtime loss to Freeport by scoring 29 points.
Amber Davis (Center Moriches): She had 24 of her 31 points in the second half to lead Center Moriches in a 55-47 win over Deer Park in the Suffolk Shootout.
Alison Ricchiuti (Herricks): The sophomore scored 26 of her career-high 30 points in a 10-minute span between the second and third quarters to lead Herricks to a 51-43 win over New Hyde Park in the finals of the New Hyde Park Tournament. Ricchiuti was also named Tournament MVP.
Kristen O’Brien (Mepham): She had 27 points and 15 rebounds in a 57-47 win over Carle Place.
Allison McKenna (Glenn): She had 21 points and 13 rebounds in a 68-47 win over Connetquot.
Marion Kawecki (Kings Park): She had a career-high 25 points to go with seven steals and four assists to lead Kings Park over Wyandanch to a 76-66 win.
Emily Carmel (Sachem East): She scored all 12 of her points as Sachem East (3-1) erased a 10-point fourth quarter deficit to beat McKee-Staten Island, 48-47, in the Murray Bergtraum Tournament.
Janiece Jenkins (Central Islip): She had 13 points and 17 rebounds in a 49-37 win over Smithtown East and 23 points and 19 rebounds in a 55-33 win over Rocky Point.
Jennifer Doppelt (Great Neck North): She had 24 points, nine rebounds, and eight assists in a 64-31 win over Central Newfoundland (Canada) in the Bethpage Dad's Club tournament.
Marlaina Sherman (Miller Place): She scored 14 of her 26 points in the first half and added 10 rebounds in a 49-45 win over Uniondale.
Tiara Goode (Brentwood): She had 28 points and 17 rebounds in a 53-44 win over Eastport-South Manor.