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West Virginia Boys Basketball Poll

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Team Record Pts Prv

 

 

1. Martinsburg (9) 19-2 99 1

2. Woodrow Wilson 17-4 86 3

3. South Charleston (1) 18-2 84 2

4. Washington 15-4 59 6

5. Hedgesville 15-4 52 7

6. Parkersburg South 17-4 43 5

6. Greenbrier East 17-2 43 4

8. George Washington 16-4 35 10

9. Huntington 14-5 34 9

10. Morgantown 15-5 8 8

Others receiving votes: Hurricane 4, Preston 1, Princeton 1, University 1.

 

 

1. Bluefield (10) 17-2 100 1

2. Fairmont Senior 15-5 79 3

3. Robert C. Byrd 14-6 78 4

4. Poca 15-4 68 2

5. Westside 16-6 66 6

6. Tolsia 13-7 51 5

7. Wyoming East 14-7 44 7

8. Webster County 14-3 26 8

9. Bridgeport 14-6 13 10

10. Ritchie County 15-5 9 -

Others receiving votes: Scott 6, Roane County 4, Herbert Hoover 2, North Marion 2, Summers County 2.

 

 

1. Tug Valley (10) 18-3 100 1

2. Tucker County 16-2 81 3

3. Charleston Catholic 17-3 79 2

4. Magnolia 14-4 76 4

5. Parkersburg Catholic 18-3 61 5

6. Greater Beckley Christian 14-3 41 7

7. St. Marys 16-4 39 6

8. Buffalo 17-3 38 8

9. Valley Fayette 14-6 17 10

10. Clay-Battelle 15-6 8 -

 

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