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Area girls basketball power rankings

Final poll; all records through Wednesday’s regular-season games.

1. Centerville (21-1): Beat Beavercreek 62-25.

2. Fairmont (20-1): Beat Springfield 85-8.

3. Fairborn (20-2): Beat Xenia 58-36.

4. Mason (19-1): Beat Colerain 59-24.

5. Tecumseh (21-1): Idle.

1. Talawanda (21-0): Beat Little Miami 66-42.

2. Carroll (17-5): Beat Bellbrook 62-43.

3. Bellbrook (19-3): Beat Valley View 44-35, lost to Carroll 62-43.

4. Alter (16-4): Lost to Ursuline 57-45.

5. Eaton (18-4): Beat Monroe 76-27.

1. Madison (19-2): Beat Milton-Union 66-23.

2. Miami East (21-1): Beat Twin Valley South 63-34.

3. Greeneview (21-1): Beat Triad 52-44, Catholic Central 84-25.

4. Anna (18-4): Beat Fort Loramie 43-42, Minster 43-30.

5. Versailles (19-3): Beat Delphos St. John’s 43-33, Jackson Center 70-48.

1. Fort Loramie (19-3): Lost to Anna 43-42, beat St. Henry 43-33.

2. New Knoxville (18-3): Beat Fort Recovery 56-46; playled at Coldwater on Thur.

3. Tri-Village (20-2): Beat Mississinawa Valley 64-35, lost to Fort Recovery 64-56.

4. Fort Recovery (14-6): Lost to New Knoxville 56-46, beat Tri-Village 64-56.

5. Mechanicsburg (19-3): Beat Cedarville 67-42, Fairbanks 54-37, Lehman Catholic 43-33.

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