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High school girls basketball state polls for Feb. 4


DIVISION I

1. Wadsworth (18) 18-0 203

2. Cin. Princeton 18-2 155

3. Mason (2) 18-1 149

4. Fairmont 18-2 148

5. N. Can. Hoover (1) 17-2 139

6. Berea-Midpark 16-1 94

7. Perrysburg 14-2 70

8. Toledo Notre Dame 12-3 61

9. Reynoldsburg 16-4 30

10. Centerville 16-3 19

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11. Stow-Munroe Falls 12.

DIVISION II

1. Millersburg W. Holmes (15) 19-0 200

2. Alter (4) 20-0 185

3. Clinton-Massie 19-0 146

4. Athens (2) 20-0 133

5. Clyde 18-1 118

6. Akron SVSM 18-1 91

7. Kenton Ridge 17-1 81

8. Lima Bath 15-1 64

9. Steubenville 18-1 46

10. Zanesville Maysville 20-0 29

(tie). Toledo Rogers 14-3 29

Others receiving 12 or more points: None.

DIVISION III

1. Pymatuning Valley (13) 17-0 184

2. Archbold (4) 16-1 177

3. Oak Hill 16-1 148

4. Doylestown Chippewa (1) 18-1 127

5. Miami East (2) 18-1 126

6. Findlay Liberty-Benton 15-1 105

7. Cols. Africentric (1) 18-3 97

8. Ottawa-Glandorf 15-2 90

9. Versailles 17-3 61

10. Beverly Ft. Frye 14-3 23

Others receiving 12 or more points: None.

DIVISION IV

1. Berlin Hiland (3) 17-3 156

2. Reedsville Eastern (5) 18-1 150

3. Bridgeport (5) 18-0 142

4. Newark Catholic (3) 16-2 141

5. Fayetteville-Perry (2) 18-0 117

6. Zanesville Rosecrans 18-1 109

7. Conotton Valley 17-0 106

8. Minster (2) 15-2 92

9. Ft. Loramie 17-2 44

10. Marion Local(1) 13-4 32

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11. Holgate 27. 12. Convoy Crestview 16.


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