Two Wayne County teams are tops in latest girls rankings

T’Wolves & Pioneers are ranked #1 this week
Pioneers remain unbeaten this season
Pioneers remain unbeaten this season(WSAZ)
Published: Jan. 16, 2023 at 4:18 PM EST
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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:

Class AAAA

1. Spring Valley (3) 11-2 88 3

2. Wheeling Park (7) 11-1 86 1

3. Cabell Midland 9-2 85 2

4. Morgantown 8-3 63 5

5. Huntington 5-4 44 6

6. University 8-5 41 4

7. Spring Mills 8-0 32 9

8. St. Albans 11-3 29 NR

9. Parkersburg South 5-5 26 7

10. Woodrow Wilson 6-5 14 10

Others receiving votes: George Washington 12, John Marshall 11, Parkersburg 5, Greenbrier East 5, South Charleston 3, Bridgeport 3, Buckhannon-Upshur 3.

Class AAA

1. Wayne (10) 12-0 100 1

2. North Marion 9-1 83 T3

3. Ripley 10-3 76 4

4. Nitro 7-3 70 T3

5. East Fairmont 11-2 54 6

6. Lewis County 12-0 53 10

7. Robert C. Byrd 7-3 46 5

8. Philip Barbour 5-4 23 8

9. Keyser 8-4 18 9

10. Logan 6-7 13 7

Others receiving votes: Winfield 7, PikeView 5, Grafton 2.

Class AA

1. Wyoming East (6) 8-2 94 1

2. Mingo Central (4) 10-1 91 2

3. Summers County 11-2 71 4

4. Williamstown 7-3 63 3

5. Wheeling Central 10-1 62 7

6. St. Marys 8-4 54 5

7. Parkersburg Catholic 5-3 40 6

8. Chapmanville 9-4 39 8

9. Petersburg 7-5 18 9

10. Charleston Catholic 7-3 9 NR

Others receiving votes: Ravenswood 4, Ritchie County 3, Roane County 1, Bluefield 1

Class A

1. Tucker County (7) 10-0 97 1

2. Cameron (3) 10-4 82 2

3. Webster County 10-1 80 3

4. Doddridge County 9-2 72 4

5. James Monroe 9-3 63 5

6. Greenbrier West 11-2 56 6

7. Tug Valley 4-3 24 7

7. Tolsia 5-4 24 9

9. Gilmer County 6-7 19 8

10. Hundred 10-2 15 T10

Others receiving votes: Meadow Bridge 8, Pendleton County 7, Clay-Battelle 3.

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