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Boys Basketball Prep Power Rankings


Division I

1. Trotwood-Madison (15-2): Beat Troy 74-46, beat Xenia 100-69, hosts Piqua today, hosts Lakota West on Sat., hosts Fairmont on Tue.

2. Wayne (13-4): Beat Fairmont 69-64, hosts Beavercreek today, hosts West Carrollton on Tue.

3. Beavercreek (13-5): Beat Springfield 71-66, lost 65-56 to CJ, at Wayne today, hosts Thurgood Marshall on Mon., at Centerville on Thu.

4. Springfield (14-4): Lost 71-66 to Beavercreek, beat Tippecanoe 63-54, lost 72-63 to Piqua, hosts Centerville today, at Centerville on Sat., at Kenton Ridge on Tue.

5. Miamisburg (12-5): Beat Springboro 62-52, beat Colerain 41-38, at Lebanon today, at Sycamore on Tue..

Others: Butler, Centerville, Fairborn, Greenville, Fairmont, Lebanon, Northmont, Piqua, Sidney, Springboro, Stebbins, Tecumseh, Troy, West Carrollton, Wilmington, Xenia.

Division II

1. Dunbar (16-3): Beat Meadowdale 76-50, beat Stivers 91-71, at Ponitz Tech on Sun.

2. Thurgood Marshall (13-4): Beat Belmont 97-30, beat Brookhaven 54-53, at Beavercreek on Mon., hosts Ponitz Tech on Tue.

3. Franklin (15-3): Beat Oakwood 86-59, beat Taylor County (Ky.) 95-83, at Bellbrook today, hosts Carlisle on Tue., hosts Monroe on Wed.

4. Ponitz Tech (11-3): Lost 82-66 to Stivers, hosts Belmont today, hosts Newport on Sat., at Thurgood Marshall on Tue., at Northmont on Wed.

5. Tippecanoe (12-4): Lost 55-31 to Bellefontaine, lost 63-54 to Springfield, at Spg. Shawnee today, hosts Stebbins on Sat., at Urbana on Mon., hosts Butler on Tue.

Others: Alter, Bellbrook, Bellefontaine, Belmont, Benjamin Logan, Carlisle, Carroll, Clinton-Massie, Eaton, Fenwick, Graham, Greenon, Indian Lake, Kenton Ridge, Meadowdale, Monroe, Northwestern, Oakwood, Spg. Shawnee, Urbana, Valley View.

Division III

1. Chaminade Julienne (8-8): Beat Carroll 54-33, beat Beavercreek 65-56, hosts Alter on Sat., at North College Hill on Tue.

2. Stivers (9-6): Lost 91-71 to Dunbar, at Tri-Village on Sat., Feb. 15.

3. Milton-Union (9-5): Lost 50-41 to Northridge, beat Newton 54-31, at Madison today, at Franklin Monroe on Sat., at Arcanum on Tue.

4. Brookville (9-5): Lost 63-55 to Valley View, hosts Tri-Village today, at Bellbrook on Tue.

5. Waynesville (10-6): Beat Madison 46-45, hosts Preble Shawnee today, hosts Valley View on Sat., at Medeira on Tue.

Others: Anna, Arcanum, Coldwater, Dayton Christian, Dixie, Greeneview, Miami East, National Trail, Northeastern, Northridge, Parkway, Preble Shawnee, St. Henry, Tri-County North, Twin Valley South, Versailles, West Liberty-Salem.

Division IV

1. Tri-Village (15-0): Beat Ansonia 99-32, beat Lehman Catholic 84-53, at Brookville today, hosts New Bremen on Sat., hosts Jefferson on Tue.

2. Franklin Monroe (15-1): Beat Miami East 45-34, beat Versailles 53-43, at Covington today, hosts Milton-Union on Sat.

3. Marion Local (12-3): Beat Delphos SJ’s 60-41, beat Fort Loramie 55-41, hosts New Bremen today, at Spencerville on Sat., at Coldwater on Tue.

4. Bethel (13-3): Beat Newton 84-38, beat Northwestern 68-36, lost 54-48 to Dayton Christian, at Mississinawa Valley today, hosts Lehman Catholic on Sat., at Piqua on Tue.

5. Troy Christian (15-2): Beat Emmanuel Christian 80-38, beat Houston 54-52, hosts Miami Valley today.

Others: Ansonia, Botkins, Bradford, Catholic Central, Cedarville, Covington, Emmanuel Christian, Fairlawn, Fort Loramie, Fort Recovery, Houston, Jackson Center, Jefferson, Lehman, Miami Valley, Minster, Mississinawa Valley, New Bremen, New Knoxville, Newton, Riverside, Russia, Southeastern, Triad, Xenia Christian, Yellow Springs.

Rankings are compiled by Cox Media Group Ohio staff writers.


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