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High school boys basketball state polls for Jan. 13


Boys Basketball

Associated Press State Poll

Division I

1. Lakewood St. Edward (11) 200

2. Trotwood (5) 178

3. Cleveland St. Ignatius (1) 165

4. Moeller (3) 157

5. Zanesville (2) 147

6. Uniontown Lake (1) 114

7. Berea-Midpark 58

8. La Salle 35

9. Northland 34

10. Massillon Jackson 26

Others receiving 12 or more points: Dublin Coffman 19; Mansfield Sr. 13, Toledo Central Catholic 13, Toledo Bowsher 12, Toledo St. John’s 12.

Division II

1. Cleveland Central Catholic (16) 215

2. Dunbar (1) 184

3. Norwalk (5) 156

4. Thurgood Marshall 138

5. Columbus Watterson (1) 133

6. Millsbury Lake 92

7. Akron S.V.S.M. 72

8. Logan Elm 40

9. Defiance 31

10t. Mansfield Ontario 26

10t. Franklin 26

Others receiving 12 or more points: Brookhaven 25, Alliance 20, Granville 18, John Glenn 18, Elida 17, Athens 14, Mentor Lake Catholic 13.

Division III

1. Roger Bacon (16) 214

2. V.A.S.J. (4) 154

3. Lima Central Catholic (1) 146

4. Versailles 124

5. Zane Trace 115

6. Union Local (1) 96

7. Marion Pleasant 80

8. Columbus Ready 53

9. Beechwood 50

10t. Warrensville Heights 26

10t. Ottawa-Glandorf (1) 26

Others receiving 12 or more points: Columbus Hartley 23, Gates Mills Gilmour 19, Centerburg 19, Lucasville Valley 19, Clark Montessori 18, Oak HIll 16, Norwayne 15.

Division IV

1. Convoy Crestview (4) 209

2. Marion Local (15) 201

3t. Bethel 110

3t. Harvest Prep 110

5. Tri-Village 109

6. Peebles (1) 92

7. Troy Christian 85

8. Berlin Hiland (2) 77

9. Sandusky St. Mary 56

10. Ottawa Hills (1) 49

Others receiving 12 or more points: Buckeye Central 45, Franklin-Monroe 31, Wayne Trace 23, Plymouth 14, Fairfield Christian 12.


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