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High school girls basketball state polls for Jan. 21


GIRLS BASKETBALL

Associated Press State Polls

DIVISION I

1, Mason (13) 16-0 205

2, Wadsworth (4) 15-0 191

3, Fairmont (4) 16-1 178

4, N. Canton Hoover (1) 14-1 143

5, Reynoldsburg 14-1 118

6, Berea-Midpark 14-0 109

7, Toledo Notre Dame 9-1 78

8, Cin. Princeton 12-2 67

9, Canton McKinley 12-3 32

10, Stow-Munroe Falls 13-1 26

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Perrysburg 17.

DIVISION II

1, Millersburg W. Holmes (14) 14-0 204

2, Alter (3) 14-0 176

3, Clinton-Massie 16-0 151

4, Clyde (1) 15-1 148

5, Athens (2) 16-0 121

6, Steubenville 16-0 108

7, Akron SVSM 13-1 76

8, Kenton Ridge 15-1 75

9, Toledo Rogers 11-2 63

10, Lima Bath (1) 12-1 16

Others receiving 12 or more points: None

DIVISION III

1, Oak Hill (12) 13-0 202

2, Cols. Africentric (5) 15-1 176

3, Pymatuning Valley (3) 13-0 165

4, Archbold 13-1 148

5, Doylestown Chippewa (1) 14-1 126

6, Miami East 14-1 100

7, Beverly Ft. Frye 12-1 81

8, Ottawa-Glandorf 13-2 63

9, Findlay Liberty-Benton 12-1 59

10, Versailles (1) 12-2 56

Others receiving 12 or more points: None.

DIVISION IV

1, Newark Catholic (10) 12-2 170

2, Reedsville Eastern (5) 12-0 167

3, Fort Loramie (4) 13-1 158

4, Berlin Hiland 13-2 133

5, Bridgeport (2) 17-0 124

6, Fayetteville-Perry (1) 14-0 121

7, Bowerston Conotton Valley 14-0 93

8, Minster 12-2 64

9, Marion Local 13-2 63

10, Zanesville Rosecrans 14-3 24

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Holgate 20.


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