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Girls basketball Week 2 power rankings


1. Fairmont (12-1): Beat Beavercreek 59-38, beat Wayne 69-20; hosts Northmont on Sat., hosts Springfield on Wed.

2. Centerville (9-2): Beat Wayne 91-58; at Springfield on Sat., at CJ on Mon., hosts Beavercreek on Wed.

3. Tecumseh (11-2): Beat Spg. Shawnee 61-39, beat Northwestern 55-53; at Kenton Ridge on Sat., hosts Springfield on Mon., hosts Tippecanoe on Wed.

4. Beavercreek (10-4): Lost 59-38 to Fairmont, beat Springfield 57-20; at Wayne on Sat., at Centerville on Wed.

5. Lebanon (8-3): Beat Xenia 72-49; hosts Miamisburg on Sat.

Others: Butler, Fairborn, Miamisburg, Northmont, Piqua, Ponitz Tech, Sidney, Springboro, Springfield, Stebbins, Troy, Wayne, West Carrollton, Xenia.


1. Alter (11-0): Beat Chaminade Julienne 71-40; hosts Ursuline on Sat., hosts Badin on Wed.

2. Clinton-Massie (12-0): Hosts Miami Trace on Wed.

3. Kenton Ridge (13-1): Beat Tippecanoe 54-52, beat Urbana 76-30; hosts Tecumseh on Sat.

4. Eaton (9-1): Beat Richmond (Ind.) 59-47; played Brookville on Thu., at Bellbrook on Sat., at Fairfield on Wed.

5. Tippecanoe (9-2): Lost 54-52 to Kenton Ridge; hosts Stebbins on Sat., hosts Wayne on Mon., at Tecumseh on Wed.

Others: Bellbrook, Bellefontaine, Belmont, Benjamin Logan, Carroll, Chaminade Julienne, Dunbar, Franklin, Graham, Greenon, Greenville, Indian Lake, Meadowdale, Monroe, Northwestern, Oakwood, Spg. Shawnee, Stivers, Thurgood Marshall, Trotwood-Madison, Urbana, Valley View, Wilmington.


1. Miami East (10-1): Beat Tri-Village 62-49; played Ansonia on Thu.

2. Versailles (9-2): Hosts Fort Recovery on Thu.

3. Greeneview (8-2): Beat Triad 77-48, played WL-Salem on Thu., hosts Southeastern on Thu.

4. Fenwick (6-5): Lost 56-37 to Carroll, lost 73-30 to Alter; hosts Dayton Christian on Sat., at Dunbar on Mon., hosts Roger Bacon on Wed.

5. Carlisle (8-4): Lost to Dixie 45-34; played Waynesville on Thu., hosts Madison on Sat., at Monroe on Tue.

Others: Anna, Arcanum, Brookville, Coldwater, Dixie, Milton-Union, National Trail, Northeastern, Northridge, Parkway, Preble Shawnee, Waynesville, West Liberty-Salem.


1. Marion Local (11-0): Played New Knoxville on Thu., at Minster on Sat., hosts Celina on Tue.

2. Fort Loramie (10-1): Beat New Bremen 62-18; hosts Houston on Sat., at Russia on Thu.

3. Minster (8-2): Beat Celina 57-30; played Delphos SJ’s on Thu., hosts Marion Local on Sat., hosts New Bremen on Thu.

4. Troy Christian (9-1): Beat Bethel 45-16; played Jefferson on Thu., at Yellow Springs on Mon., at Dayton Christian on Thu.

5. Southeastern (8-2): Beat Northeastern 46-23; at Greeneview on Thu.

Others: Ansonia, Bethel, Botkins, Bradford, Catholic Central, Cedarville, Covington, Dayton Christian, Emmanuel Christian, Fairlawn, Fort Recovery, Franklin Monroe, Houston, Jackson Center, Jefferson, Lehman Catholic, Mechanicsburg, Miami Valley, Mississinawa Valley, New Bremen, New Knoxville, Newton, Riverside, Russia, St. Henry, Tri-County North, Tri-Village, Triad, Twin Valley South, Xenia Christian, Yellow Springs.

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