Area girls basketball power rankings


All records are through Wednesday’s games:

DIVISION I

1. Fairmont (12-0): Beat Beavercreek 63-34, Wayne 59-28; vs. Regis Jesuit (Colo.) at Berlin Hiland on Saturday.

2. Centerville (12-1): Beat Wayne 59-29, Northmont 76-24; at Ursuline Academy on Saturday.

3. Mason (13-0): Beat Oak Hills 43-20, St. Ursula 61-27, Fairfield 64-29; at Lakota West on Saturday.

4. Tecumseh (13-1): Beat Spg. Shawnee 69-48, Northmont 63-29; hosts Kenton Ridge on Saturday.

5. Fairborn (11-2): Beat Miamisburg 53-42, Lebanon 51-27; at West Carrollton on Wednesday.

DIVISION II

1. Bellbrook (11-1): Beat Butler 61-28; at Wilmington on Monday.

2. Alter (10-2): Beat Chaminade Julienne 48-43, Beavercreek 60-50; hosts Cin. McNicholas on Saturday.

3. Talawanda (14-0): Beat Franklin 64-32, Wilmington 50-34, Ross 49-35; hosts Mount Healthy on Saturday.

4. Valley View (11-1): Beat West Carrollton 62-20, Oakwood 46-40, Middletown 71-54; at Trotwood Madison on Jan. 17.

5. Carroll (9-4): Beat Tippecanoe 62-44, Fenwick 62-27, Xenia 60-32; at Purcell Marian on Saturday.

DIVISION III

1. Versailles (11-1): Beat Parkway 63-32; hosts Lehman on Saturday.

2. Madison (11-2): Lost to Alter 56-43, beat Northridge 82-22; at Preble Shawnee on Jan. 17.

3. Anna (10-2): Beat Marion Local 62-46, Houston 60-28; hosts Fairlawn on Monday.

4. Miami East (11-1): Beat Tri-Village 51-44, Urbana 90-51; at Covington on Saturday.

5. Greeneview (12-1): Beat Catholic Central 79-29, Cedarville 84-27; hosts West Liberty-Salem on Saturday.

DIVISION IV

1. Fort Loramie (12-2): Beat New Bremen 76-35; at Houston on Saturday.

2. Tri-Village (10-1): Lost to Miami East 51-44; hosts Twin Valley South on Saturday.

3. Fort Recovery (9-2): Lost to Van Wert 46-45; hosts Fort Loramie on Tuesday.

4. Covington (10-4): Beat Jackson Center 49-39, Milton-Union 66-36; hosts Miami East on Saturday.

5. Mechanicsburg (9-2): Beat Cedarville 64-28, lost to Fort Loramie 76-44; hosts Northeastern on Saturday.


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