Lady Bucs ranked seventh this week in AP Poll

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

Class AAAA

1. Huntington (10)                  7-0     100  1 

2. Morgantown                       9-1     89   2 

3. Wheeling Park                    10-1    72   4 

4. Cabell Midland                   6-2     66   3 

5. Greenbrier East                  8-0     60   5 

6. Princeton                        7-1     39   7 

7. Buckhannon-Upshur                6-2     33   6 

8. George Washington                5-1     31   9 

9. Capital                          4-2     29   8 

10. Parkersburg                      4-3     15   10

   Others receiving votes: Washington 6, Woodrow Wilson 5, Parkersburg South 2, Martinsburg 2, Bridgeport 1.

Class AAA

1. Fairmont Senior (9)               8-0     99   1

2. North Marion                      6-0     85   2

3. Logan (1)                         8-0     84   3

4. Nitro                             6-1     68   4

5. Wayne                             5-1     58   5

6. PikeView                          5-3     40   6

7. East Fairmont                     5-2     36   8

8. Philip Barbour                    5-2     27   7

9. Robert C. Byrd                    6-2     26   9

10. Winfield                          2-3     11   10

   Others receiving votes: Ripley 4, Lincoln 3, Keyser 3, Hampshire 2, Midland Trail 2, Shady Spring 2.

Class AA

1. Parkersburg Catholic (9)          8-0     99   1

2. Frankfort                         7-0     84   2

3. Wyoming East (1)                  4-2     83   3

4. Petersburg                        6-1     71   4

5. St. Marys                         5-4     48   5

6. Summers County                    7-3     42   9

7. Mingo Central                     6-2     40   6

8. Ritchie County                    5-3     31   7

9. Charleston Catholic               2-2     27   8

10. Williamstown                      2-2     18   10

Others receiving votes: Trinity 4, South Harrison 2, Ravenswood 1.

Class A

1. Gilmer County (9)                 9-0     95   1 

2. Cameron                           6-1     88   2 

3. Tucker County                     7-2     69   3 

4. Tolsia                            7-1     64   T4

5. St Joseph                         2-6     39   T6

(tie) Clay-Battelle                  4-0     39   8 

7. Tug Valley (1)                    0-3     38   T4

(tie) Doddridge County               5-2     38   T67

9. Webster County                    7-2     36   9 

10. Calhoun                           2-3     21   10

Others receiving votes: River View 10, James Monroe 5, Madonna 3, Union 3, Pendleton County 2.

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