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Final area boys basketball power rankings


1. Wayne (18-4): Lost to Northmont 61-53.

2. Springboro (18-4): Beat Lebanon 84-67.

3. Northmont (15-7): Beat Wayne 61-53.

4. Lakota West (15-7): Beat Oak Hills 65-50.

5. Lakota East (15-7): Lost to Fairfield 77-58.

1. Thurgood Marshall (21-1): Beat Ponitz Tech 83-32.

2. Franklin (18-3): Beat Carroll 85-55.

3. Alter (16-5): Lost to Moeller 58-44.

4. Trotwood-Madison (19-3): Beat Butler 75-28.

5. Dunbar (16-6): Lost to Detroit Consortium Prep 81-44.

1. Fenwick (18-4): Beat Taylor 61-30.

2. Greeneview (19-3): Beat Northeastern 71-63.

3. Versailles (16-5): Lost 43-42 to Minster, beat Greenville 68-43.

4. West Liberty-Salem (17-5): Beat Triad 67-53.

5. Stivers (14-8): Beat Belmont 61-54, lost to Tri-Village 73-63.

1. Tri-Village (22-0): Beat Newton 62-45, beat Stivers 73-63.

2. St. Henry (18-3): Beat Fort Recovery 58-43.

3. Jackson Center (18-4): Lost to Fairlawn 50-46.

4. New Bremen (17-5): Lost to Delphos SJ’s 64-57, lost to Spencerville 53-44.

5. Fort Recovery (17-4): Lost to St. Henry 58-43, beat Mississinawa Valley 69-55.


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