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Oak Hill named National Champions

The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill basketball team concluded its regular season over a month ago with a 44-0 record and the top spot in the RivalsHigh 100.

It had to wait out the New Jersey Tournament of Champions and the season-ending National High School Invitational to be officially declared National Champions for the 2011 basketball season.

Long the namebrand team in high school basketball, this marks the seventh national title for the program since 1993 and its first since 2007. The program also claimed titles in 2005, 2004, 2001, 1999 and 1994.

Since the initial RivalsHigh 100 was established for the 2008 season, Oak Hill has never been outside the Top 15 with a No. 2 ranking in 2008, No. 13 in 2009 and No. 6 in 2010.

This season was highlighted by wins over seven teams that finished inside the RivalsHigh 100 as well as numerous other traditionally strong basketball schools.

It defeated No. 10 Plano (Texas) Prestonwood Christian, No. 13 Fairfax (Va.) Paul VI, No. 22 Arlington (Texas) Grace Prep, No. 39 La Porte (Ind.) Lu Lumiere, No. 41 Portland (Ore.) Jesuit, No. 54 Luthonia (Ga.) Miller Grove, and No. No. 96 Jacksonville (Fla.) Arlington Country Day as well as Arden (NC) Christ School, Greensboro (NC) Dudley, Johnson City (Tenn.) Science Hill, and Memphis (Tenn.) Melrose among others.

The team was lead by a senior group comprised of five-star guard DíVauntes Smith Rivera (Georgetown), four-star guard Tyler Lewis (N.C. State), four-star forwards Jordan Adams (UCLA) and Damiel Wilson (Memphis) and seven-foot center A.J. Hammons (Purdue) with three-star Dario Clark (Charlotte) also playing a contributing role.

With that the rest of the Final RivalsHigh Basketball 100 rankings:

1Oak Hill AcademyMouth Of WilsonVA44-0
National Champions: An undefeated season with wins over no fewer than 10 nationally relevant opponents and a loaded roster resulted in a national title.
2Findlay PrepHendersonNV32-1
NHSI Champions: The Pilots won the NHSI and finished the season in the No. 2 spot nationally.
3St. AnthonyJersey CityNJ32-0
New Jersey Tournament of Champions Winner: St. Anthony has a strong resume of wins and one of the best coaches in the business. This was a near back-to-back national championship season.
Illinois Class 4A Champions: Simeon pushed to the top spot nationally but lost a crushing defeat to Findlay Prep. Many will wonder what could have been if Simeon was at full strength for that game.
Pennsylvani Class 4A Champions: A very talented team from Pennsylvania claims a rare Top 10 spot for a state not universally known for basketball.
Georgia 5A Champions: Milton's on-court record is 31-1 but it has three forfeit losses on its official sheet.
7MarcusFlower MoundTX39-2
Texas Class 5A Champions: The guard-heavy team won its second straight state title in impressive fashion.
8Mater DeiSanta AnaCA34-2
California Division I Champions: One of the most well-rounded sports programs in the country adds another basketball title to the trophy case and another Top 10 national finish.
9Montverde AcademyMontverdeFL23-4
NHSI Runner-up.
10Prestonwood Christian AcademyPlanoTX27-4
Texas 5A TAPPS Champions: The Lions not only took home another state title the team also took home the City of Palms tournament title.
11Bishop GormanLas VegasNV28-4
Nevada Class 4A Champions.
12Montrose ChristianRockvilleMD21-3
Season complete. Eliminated in the second round of the NHSI.
13Paul VIFairfaxVA34-3
WCAC Champions.
WCAC Runner-Up.
15St. Benedict's PrepNewarkNJ33-2
Season complete.
16Blanche ElyPompano BeachFL30-3
Florida Class 7A Champions.
17Proviso EastMaywoodIL32-1
Illinois Class 4A Runner-up.
Michigan Class B Champions.
Georgia Class 3A Champions.
20ScotlandvilleBaton RougeLA36-2
Louisiana Class 5A Champions.
California Division IV Champions.
22Grace PrepArlingtonTX27-4
Texas Class 4A TAPPS Champions.
New Jersey Tournament of Champions Runner-up.
24Huntington PrepHuntingtonWV24-2
Season complete.
Oklahoma Class 6A Champions.
Pennsylvania Class 3A Champions.
27Corona Del SolTempeAZ32-1
Arizona Division I Champions.
28Orlando ChristianOrlandoFL28-4
Florida Class 2A Champions.
Nebraska Class A Champions.
Wisconsin Division I Champions.
Louisiana Class 4A Champions.
32St. AugustineNew OrleansLA36-4
Louisiana Class 4A Runner-Up.
Ohio Division II Champions.
34Wichita HeightsWichitaKS23-2
Kansas Class 6A Champions.
35Lake WalesLake WalesFL29-4
Florida Class 5A Champions.
Kentucky Sweet 16 State Champions.
37Mccluer NorthFlorissantMO28-1
Missouri Class 5A Champions.
38Lone PeakHighlandUT22-3
Utah Class 5A Champions.
39La Lumiere SchoolLa PorteIN25-3
Season complete.
40Archbishop MittySan JoseCA31-3
California Division II Champions.
Oregon Class 6A Champions.
42PolyLong BeachCA29-3
Season complete.
43Edmond MemorialEdmondOK26-2
Oklahoma Class 6A Runner-Up.
Season complete. Lost to St. Benedict's in Alhambra Catholic Invitational.
Texas Class 5A Runner-up.
46Rainier BeachSeattleWA27-3
Washington Class 3A Champions.
Michigan Class A Champions.
48South Grand PrairieGrand PrairieTX35-3
Season complete. Lost to Marcus in Texas 5A tournament.
49Westbury ChristianHoustonTX27-4
Texas Class 4A TAPPS Runner-Up.
50Gill St Bernards SchoolGladstoneNJ27-4
Season complete.
Alabama Class 6A Champions.
52Bishop AlemanyMission HillsCA33-4
California Division III Champions.
53John CurtisRiver RidgeLA30-3
Louisiana Class 2A Champions.
54Miller GroveLithoniaGA24-9
Georgia Class 4A Champions.
55Riverside AcademyReserveLA33-10
Louisiana Class 2A Runner-Up.
Season complete.
57Rufus KingMilwaukeeWI24-2
Wisconsin Division I Runner-Up.
58Iowa CityIowa CityIA26-0
Iowa Class 4A Champions.
Minnesota Class 4A Champions.
60HallLittle RockAR27-3
Arkansas Class 7A Champions.
Texas Class 4A Champions.
Texas Class 4A Runner-ups.
63Memphis EastMemphisTN23-9
Tennessee Class AAA Champions.
Tennessee Class AAA Runner-ups.
65DouglassOklahoma CityOK24-3
Oklahoma Class 4A Champions.
66Boys & GirlsBrooklynNY26-6
New York Federation Champions.
67Mount VernonMount VernonNY24-4
New York Federation Runner-Up.
68St. John VianneySaint LouisMO27-2
Sseason complete.
Indiana Class 4A Champions.
Season complete.
Season complete.
72LoyolaLos AngelesCA26-6
Season complete.
73Seattle PrepSeattleWA24-6
Washington Class 3A Runner-ups.
74West JordanWest JordanUT22-3
Season complete.
California Division I Runner-Up.
76Lakeville NorthLakevilleMN30-2
Minnesota Class 4A Runner-Up.
Ohio Division I Champions.
South Carolina Class 4A Champions.
79Thomas JeffersonBrooklynNY25-7
Season complete.
80St. Joseph'sTrumbullCT25-1
Connecticut Class LL Champions.
81Hudson CatholicJersey CityNJ25-3
Season complete.
Virginia Class AAA Champions.
Virginia Class AAA Runner-ups.
Season complete.
85New HanoverWilmingtonNC30-1
North Carolina Class 4A Champions.
86West CharlotteCharlotteNC27-6
North Carolina Class 4A Runner-ups.
Season complete.
88Ravenscroft SchoolRaleighNC31-3
North Carolina Independant School Class 3A Champions.
89Alamo HeightsSan AntonioTX34-3
Season complete.
Season complete.
Season complete.
92Newark MemorialNewarkCA26-4
Season complete.
Season complete.
94ChurchillSan AntonioTX33-3
Season complete.
Maryland Class 4A Champions.
96Arlington Country DayJacksonvilleFL16-6
Season complete.
97TaftWoodland HillsCA29--4
Season complete.
98Lewis PalmerMonumentCO27-1
Colorado Class 4A Champions.
99Sunrise Christian AcademyBel AireKS23-4
Season complete.
Illinois Class 4A Third-Place Winner.

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