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Girls Basketball Poll: West Virginia

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- The Associated Press high school girls basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses and total points:

Team Record Pts Prv

 

 

1. Greenbrier East (7) 17-0 70 1

2. Spring Valley 18-3 54 2

3. Huntington 17-4 52 4

4. University 15-5 50 6

5. Morgantown 16-5 44 3

6. Princeton 15-3 34 5

7. Parkersburg South 12-6 29 7

8. George Washington 14-6 25 8

9. Wheeling Park 11-6 12 9

10. Preston 12-5 8 10

Others receiving votes: Hedgesville 4, Cabell Midland 2, Parkersburg 1.

 

 

1. Westside (6) 17-1 69 2

2. Bridgeport (1) 17-2 64 1

3. Nicholas County 16-2 56 3

4. Robert C. Byrd 15-4 47 5

5. Clay County 15-4 39 4

6. Summers County 14-5 35 6

7. Fairmont Senior 13-5 24 8

8. Berkeley Springs 14-5 22 7

9. North Marion 12-4 21 9

10. Sissonville 15-5 6 10

Others receiving votes: Ravenswood 1, Bluefield 1.

 

 

1. Saint Joseph Central (7) 13-1 70 1

2. St. Marys 19-1 63 2

3. Wheeling Central 16-4 54 4

4. Tucker County 15-4 46 5

5. Clay-Battelle 15-2 45 3

6. Pocahontas County 14-5 30 6

7. Parkersburg Catholic 13-6 29 7

8. Fayetteville 13-3 23 8

9. Gilmer County 14-5 13 10

10. Tygarts Valley 12-6 4 -

Others receiving votes: Valley Fayette 4, Williamstown 2, Trinity 1, Buffalo 1.

 

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