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Nashville area high school boys basketball top-10 rankings: Brentwood Academy remains No. 1

The Tennessean (Nashville) logo The Tennessean (Nashville) 1/25/2021 Joseph Spears, Nashville Tennessean
Chance the Rapper wearing a costume: Brentwood Academy's Trent McNair (3) battles with Ensworth's Tony Gaines (5) during the second quarter at Brentwood Academy in Brentwood, Tenn., Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021. © Andrew Nelles / The Tennessean Brentwood Academy's Trent McNair (3) battles with Ensworth's Tony Gaines (5) during the second quarter at Brentwood Academy in Brentwood, Tenn., Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021.

Here’s a look at the top 10 Nashville-area high school boys basketball teams, as ranked by the USA TODAY Sports Network.

1. Brentwood Academy (15-0) – Trent McNair had 17 points in each of the Eagles' wins over Father Ryan and Centennial. Last week: Ranked No. 1.

2. MBA (9-0) – The Big Red did not play last week. Last week: Ranked No. 2.

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3. Siegel (16-3) – Balanced scoring attacks in wins over Oakland and Smyrna pushed the Stars' winning streak to nine. Last week: Ranked No. 3.

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4. CPA (15-3) – Braeden Moore scored 27 points in a rout of Columbia Academy and 15 in a 15-point win over FRA. Last week: Ranked No. 4.

5. Franklin (17-2) – Reed Kemp averaged 21 points in three games including a 34-point night where he hit the game-winning shot against Ravenwood. Last week: Ranked No. 5.

6. Upperman (13-3) – The Bees crushed Macon County and Livingston Academy to push their win streak to 10 games. Last week: Ranked No. 9.

7. Brentwood (11-4) – Following a narrow loss to Franklin, John Windley scored 27 points in back-to-back wins over Dickson County and Summit. Last week: Ranked No. 6.

8. Ensworth (9-5) – Skyy Clark returned to score 34 points in a win over Baylor. Last week: Ranked No. 7.

9. Goodpasture (15-1) – The Cougars won by an average of 31.7 points in wins over Mt. Juliet Christian, Friendship Christian and Davidson Academy. Last week: Ranked No. 9.

10. Beech (12-4) – The Buccaneers won four straight and five of their last six games. Last week: No. 10.

Reach Joe Spears at jspears2@gannett.com or 731-343-4923. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter @joe_spears7.

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