East Rock vs. Madison Basketball

East Rockingham's Bre Dofflemyer takes a shot in traffic.

1. Luray (7-1, 3-0 Bull Run): It was a strong overall week for Luray, despite having a 20-game winning streak snapped, as the Bulldogs earned a massive non-district victory over Spotswood. Movement: —

2. Turner Ashby (7-1, 0-0 Valley): After a week away, the Knights enter this week on a four-game winning streak and have a big-time rematch against non-district power Luray on Friday. Movement: —

3. Fort Defiance (5-2, 1-0 Shenandoah): The Indians are continuing to hit their stride in their new offensive system under coach Mike Gale, winning four of their last five overall. Movement: +1

4. Spotswood (5-5, 0-0 Valley): The young Trailblazers are going through some early-season growing pains with four consecutive losses and a lack of consistent offensive production. Movement: -1

5. Wilson Memorial (4-4, 0-0 Shenandoah): The Green Hornets didn't play last week, but are hoping to build off a non-district win over Strasburg that came just before Christmas break. Movement: —

6. Central (7-2, 3-1 Bull Run): With wins in three consecutive games and four of their last five, the Falcons continue to impress and look the part of a team that can make a deep postseason run. Movement: —

7. Harrisonburg (5-5, 0-0 Valley): Loaded with experience and talent, Harrisonburg is starting to hits its stride with wins in three of its last four as it prepares for Valley District play to begin. Movement: —

8. Clarke County (4-1, 2-0 Bull Run): The Eagles have won three in a row, but have only played five games and will face a much more difficult stretch in the weeks ahead in district play. Movement: —

9. Strasburg (6-3, 2-1 Bull Run): Strasburg has suddenly won four of its last five and is continuing to make its case as a contender in the Bull Run District this season. Movement: —

10. Madison County (6-1, 2-1 Bull Run): It's been a strong start to the season for the Mountaineers, who have won two in a row, but a difficult district schedule awaits them. Movement: —

11. Page County (3-5, 1-2 Bull Run): After some early-season adversity, the Panthers are starting to hit their stride with wins in three of their last four-non-district games. Movement: +2

12. Broadway (4-6, 0-0 Valley): With leading scorer Emma Bacon sidelined, the Gobblers have lost four in a row and are facing their first real adversity of the young season. Movement: -1

13. Riverheads (5-4, 0-1 Shenandoah): With losses in three of their last five, the Gladiators are desperate to get their offensive woes on track as they prepare to enter Shenandoah District play. Movement: -1

14. Rappahannock County (6-3, 1-3 Bull Run): The Panthers have lost two in a row and three of their last four and have yet to prove they will be able to compete in the Bull Run District. Movement: —

15. Mountain View (3-6, 1-3 Bull Run): There's no doubt the biggest thing the Generals will want to improve upon in the second half of the season if their consistency scoring the ball. Movement: —

16. Staunton (3-4, 1-0 Shenandoah): The Storm were starting to look like a formidable team, but a non-district loss to Alleghany County was a bit worrisome for this young squad. Movement: —

17. Buffalo Gap (6-4, 0-1 Shenandoah): It's been an up-and-down couple of weeks with Buffalo Gap dropping three of its last five, but getting a big non-district win over Broadway. Movement: —

18. Stuarts Draft (3-2, 0-0 Shenandoah): The Cougars haven't played a game in quite some time, but will look to establish more consistency throughout the remainder of the year. Movement: —

19. East Rockingham (2-8, 0-4 Bull Run): Freshman Haley Lucas continues to shine and the Eagles got a much-needed win over Riverheads to snap a four-game losing streak. Movement: —

20. Rockbridge County (3-8, 0-0 Valley): A slight break in action came at the right time for Rockbridge County, which struggled mightily in the past couple of weeks in non-district play. Movement: —

21. Waynesboro (1-8, 0-0 Shenandoah): The Little Giants are another team that didn't play last week, but there's optimism that the team will build off its first win of the season. Movement: —

Contact Cody Elliott at 574-6284 or celliott@dnronline.com | Follow Cody on Twitter: @VTCody

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