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Two city school make Globe's Top 20

Posted by Justin Rice  January 21, 2013 04:27 PM

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Two city team remains in this week’s edition of the Boston Globe’s Top 20 poll.

While No. 11 New Mission moved down three spots in the poll, coach Cory McCarthy continues to propel his team to win big games. The Titans have won all three of their games since the New Year, the latest coming against O’Bryant.

One of those wins also came against East Boston, which was bumped out of the poll after the Jets' latest loss to No. 13-ranked Brighton.

Central Catholic continues to hold the No. 1 spot with a 10-1 record, while undefeated St. John’s Prep trails at No. 2.

To follow the Globe's Top 20 poll all season long, click here.

Zolan Kanno-Youngs covers Boston Public school athletics. He can be reached at kannoyoungs.globe@gmail.com. Follow him on Twitter @KannoYoungs.

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Several reporters, editors and correspondents contribute updates, news and features to the BPS Sports Blog:
  • Justin A. Rice -- A metro Detroit native, Rice is a Michigan State University (Go Spartans!) and Northeastern University graduate. Rice lives in the South End with his dog and wife, who unfortunately attended the University of Michigan ... his wife, that is. He curates the BPS Sports Blog and is always looking to write about city athletes with great stories. Have an idea? He can be reached at jrice.globe@gmail.com. Follow him on Twitter @GlobeJustinRice or @BPSspts.
  • Ryan Butler -- A Rhode Island native and avid Boston sports fan, Butler played basketball, baseball and football throughout his time in Barrington Public Schools. Now currently in his middler year at Northeastern University, he joins Boston.com as a correspondent for the site's BPS coverage. Have a story idea? Contact him at butler.globe@gmail.com. Follow him on his Twitter @butler_globe.
Also expect updates from Boston.com High School sports editor Zuri Berry and the Globe staff.