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Boys Basketball Prep Power Rankings


Division I

1. Trotwood-Madison (12-1): Beat Sidney 91-45, lost 109-80 to Prime Prep (Texas); hosts Greenville today, vs. Dunbar at UD Arena on Mon.

2. Springfield (12-2): Beat Meadowdale 68-51, beat Wayne 69-67; hosts Northmont today, at Centerville on Tue.

3. Wayne (11-4): Lost 56-44 to Findlay Prep (Nev.), beat HCYA (Texas) 74-67, lost 69-67 to Springfield, at Centerville today.

4. Centerville (11-5): Lost 67-49 to Massillon Jackson, beat Alter 67-61, hosts Wayne today, hosts Springfield on Tue.

5. Beavercreek (11-4): Beat Northmont 47-37, lost 71-59 to University (Ill.), at Fairmont today, hosts Thurgood Marshall on Tue.

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

Division II

1. Dunbar (12-3): Beat Belmont 87-42, lost 67-60 to Marian Catholic (Ill.), at Akron SVSM on Sat., vs. Trotwood at UD Arena on Mon.

2. Thurgood Marshall (10-3): Lost 72-61 to Akron SVSM, beat sunrise Christian (Kan.) 58-48, hosts Meadowdale today.

3. Franklin (11-3): Beat Valley View 94-63, lost 67-64 to HYCA (Texas), at Brookville today, at Springboro on Sat., at Eaton on Wed.

4. Tippecanoe (11-1): Beat Stebbins 74-50, beat Indian Lake 70-49, hosts Tecumseh today, at Piqua on Sat., hosts Greenon on Tue.

5. Ponitz Tech (10-2): Beat Meadowdale 63-53, hosts Stivers on Jan. 31.

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. Stivers (7-5): Beat Miamisburg 64-59, hosts Belmont today, hosts Dublin Coffman on Sat.

2. Chaminade Julienne (5-8): Lost 57-37 to Lakota East, beat Lima Central Catholic 60-58, hosts Badin today, at McNicholas on Tue.

3. Milton-Union (7-4): Beat Oakwood 53-44, hosts Waynesville today.

4. Versailles (9-4): Lost 39-37 to Fort Recovery, lost 62-53 to Christian Brothers (Mo.), hosts Marion Local today, at Russia on Sat., hosts Celina on Tue.

5. Waynesville (8-5): Lost 49-46 to Oakwood, lost 73-59 to Northridge, at Milton-Union today, at Madeira on Sat., at Preble Shawnee on Tue.

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

Division IV

1. Tri-Village (12-0): Beat Covington 78-44, beat Troy Christian 61-47, hosts Bethel today, hosts Winchester (Ind.) on Sat.

2. Bethel (11-1): Beat Ansonia 77-26, at Tri-Village today, at Piqua on Tue.

3. Franklin-Monroe (12-1): Beat Tri-County North 49-38, at National Trail today, at Twin Valley south on Sat.

4. Marion Local (10-2): Beat St. Henry 45-37, lost 54-46 to Jackson Center, at Versailles today, hosts Lima Shawnee on Sat.

5. Troy Christian (12-2): Beat Dayton Christian 68-42, lost 61-47 to Tri-Village, hosts Middletown Christian today, at Lehman Catholic on Tue.

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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