State girls basketball poll for Jan. 6


The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Ohio high school basketball poll released Jan. 6 with first-place votes in parentheses and won-loss record, total points and position last week at right:

DIVISION I
1,  Mason  (5)                                10-0    120
2,  Wadsworth  (5)                        10-0    114
3,  Fairmont  (5)                            11-1    110
4,  Tol.  Notre  Dame  (1)            7-0      101
5,  N.  Can.  Hoover  (1)              9-1      93  
6,  Reynoldsburg                          11-1    77  
7,  Cin.  Princeton  (2)                7-1      69  
8,  Berea  Midpark                        10-0    54  
9,  Stow-Munroe  Falls                7-2      38  
10,  Canton  McKinley                  9-2      30  
   Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Perrysburg 27. 12, Centerville 24. 13, Cin. Winton Woods 21. 14, Lakewood 20. 15, N. Royalton 18. 16, Upper Arlington 15. 17, Solon 14. 18, Lakota West 13. 19, Eastlake N. 12.
DIVISION II
1,  Clyde  (8)                                        11-0    148
2,  Millersburg  W.  Holmes  (3)        10-0    124
3,  Alter  (2)                                               9-0      123
4,  Akr.  SVSM  (2)                                10-0    112
5,  Clinton-Massie                                    12-0    81  
6,  Tol.  Rogers  (1)                            9-2      69  
7,  Steubenville  (1)                          11-0    67  
8,  Athens                                              13-0    63  
9,  Willard                                            9-1      32  
10,  Kenton  Ridge                            12-1    30  
   Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Jackson 27. 11, Cortland Lakeview (1) 27. 13, Lima Bath 25. 14, Eaton 23. 15, Tippecanoe 20. 16, Bellevue 16.
DIVISION III
1,  Cols.  Africentric  (11)                    9-0      148
2,  Oak  Hill  (2)                                        9-0      134
3,  Andover  Pymatuning  Valley  (3)      10-0    114
4,  Archbold  (1)                                        11-1    90  
5,  Doylestown  Chippewa                          10-1    81  
6,  Miami  East                                                9-1      70  
7,  Versailles                                            9-2      46  
8,  Beverly  Ft.  Frye                                7-1      43  
9,  Ottawa-Glandorf  (1)                          8-2      33  
10,  Coldwater                                            7-3      30  
   Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Findlay Liberty-Benton 28. 12, Marion Pleasant 27. 12, Elyria Cath. (1) 27. 14, S. Point 19. 15, Proctorville Fairland 17. 16, Richwood N. Union 15. 17, Cin. Mariemont 13. 18, Cols. Ready 12.
DIVISION IV
1,  Marion  Local  (7)                              11-0      145
2,  Newark  Cath.                                      8-1        110
3,  Ft.  Loramie  (3)                                9-1        96  
4,  Berlin  Hiland  (2)                            9-1        93  
5,  Fayetteville-Perry  (2)                  9-0        80  
6,  Bridgeport  (2)                                  12-0      76  
7,  Reedsville  Eastern  (1)                  8-0        73  
8,  Bowerston  Conotton  Valley            8-0        56  
9,  Arlington  (1)                                    10-1      49  
10,  Peebles                                              8-0        48  
   Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Holgate 38. 12, Zanesville Rosecrans 29. 13, Minster 27. 14, Convoy Crestview 18. 15, Ironton St. Joseph 17. 15, Worthington Christian 17. 17, Cle. Cuyahoga Hts. (1) 15.


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