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WV Boys Basketball Poll

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

Team Record Pts Prv

 

1. Washington (10) 13-0 100 1

2. South Charleston 14-1 88 2

3. Huntington 13-2 76 3

4. Woodrow Wilson 12-2 75 T4

5. Hedgesville 10-3 47 7

6. Greenbrier East 12-4 46 T4

7. Capital 9-3 44 6

8. Wheeling Park 11-4 28 9

9. Martinsburg 11-4 17 8

10. George Washington 11-4 11 NR

Others receiving votes: Musselman 8, Hurricane 4, Parkersburg South 3, Preston 1, Winfield 1, Lewis County 1.

 

 

1. Robert C. Byrd (10) 15-0 100 1

2. Poca 14-1 84 3

3. Bluefield 13-2 79 4

4. Wyoming East 11-3 71 5

5. Westside 11-3 65 2

6. Petersburg 12-2 41 8

7. Bridgeport 10-5 35 6

8. Chapmanville 12-4 32 7

9. Scott 10-5 17 NR

10. Roane County 13-4 12 NR

Others receiving votes: Fairmont Senior 10, Nicholas County 3, Liberty Raleigh 1.

 

 

1. Saint Joseph Central (5) 15-1 93 1

2. Notre Dame (4) 13-2 92 2

3. Wheeling Central 13-2 77 4

4. Greater Beckley Christian 10-4 57 5

5. Tucker County 11-2 52 6

6. Valley Fayette (1) 13-1 46 8

7. Magnolia 9-5 43 3

8. Charleston Catholic 10-5 39 7

9. Gilmer County 14-3 17 NR

10. Bishop Donahue 10-4 16 10

Others receiving votes: Clay-Battelle 10, Madonna 5, Tug Valley 2, Pendleton County 1.

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