Area girls basketball power rankings


1. Centerville (17-1): Beat Beavercreek 60-27, Fairmont 54-48; hosts Wayne on Wed.

2. Fairmont (14-1): Beat Regis Jesuit 43-35, Wadsworth 67-47, lost to Centerville 54-48; hosts Africentric on Sat., at Springfield on Mon., at Beavercreek on Wed.

3. Mason (16-0): Beat McAuley 65-43, Lakota East 53-28; at Hamilton on Sat., hosts Sycamore on Wed.

4. Fairborn (13-2): Beat Xenia 69-31, Springboro 47-41; at Northmont on Sat., hosts Chaminade Julienne on Mon., Miamisburg on Wed.

5. Tecumseh (16-1): Beat Tippecanoe 73-59, Northwestern 69-37; hosts Stebbins on Sat., Greenon on Wed.


1. Alter (15-2): Beat Mount Notre Dame 52-49, Marshall 50-44, Badin 63-50; hosts Fenwick on Sat., at Carroll on Wed.

2. Bellbrook (13-3): Beat Brookville 67-41, Akron Hoban 45-40 OT; at Northmont on Mon.

3. Talawanda (18-0): Beat Northwest 59-25, Ross 55-27; hosts Edgewood on Sat.

4. Carroll (12-4): Beat Mount Notre Dame 54-45, Anna 63-61, Roger Bacon 70-28; hosts Chaminade Julienne on Sat., Alter on Wed.

5. Eaton (14-4): Beat Franklin 54-25, Valley View 67-22, Fairfield 58-45; hosts St. Henry on Tue.


1. Versailles (15-1): Beat Fort Recovery 53-42, Russia 55-49; at Greenville on Sat.

2. Madison (14-2): Beat Preble Shawnee 67-54, Dixie 61-29; hosts Anna on Sat.

3. Miami East (15-1): Beat Tippecanoe 67-48; at Wayne on Sat.

4. Anna (14-2): Beat Botkins 69-32; lost to Carroll 63-61; at Madison on Sat.

5. Greeneview (15-1): Beat Clinton-Massie 50-44; hosts Mechanicsburg on Sat.


1. Fort Loramie (16-2): Beat Russia 48-42; Idle.

2. Tri-Village (13-1): Beat Arcanum 57-34; at St. Henry on Sat., hosts Dixie on Mon.

3. Fort Recovery (11-4): Beat Fort Recovery 53-42; at Ansonia on Tue.

4. Mechanicsburg (13-2): Beat Catholic Central 56-38; at Greeneview on Sat., hosts Fairlawn on Tue.

5. Yellow Springs (11-4): Beat Xenia Christian 52-37, lost to Col. Bishop Ready 63-24, beat Belmont 43-14; hosts Miami Valley on Sat., at Greenon on Tue.

— Compiled by Greg Billing

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