Lady Bucs move to #7 in latest AP WV Girls Class AAAA rankings

TENNERTON — On Monday, February 7, the latest Associated Press West Virginia girls basketball poll dropped. There was minimal movement in this week’s top ten compared to last week. Huntington remains Class AAAA’s unanimous #1 team, while Morgantown and Cabell Midland swapped spots at #2 and #3. Two other notable changes in the rankings were Capital falling from #6 to #9, while the Buckhannon-Upshur High School Lady Bucs made a small jump in the rankings from #8 to #7. Spring Valley and St. Albans are both just outside of the rankings.

After going 8-2 over their last 10 games, including a 7-game winning streak that comprised of huge wins over Martinsburg, University and rivals Bridgeport, Lewis County and Phillip Barbour, head coach Rob Kittle and the Buckhannon-Upshur High School Lady Bucs moved up a spot. This is quite an achievement in the highest classification of girls high school basketball, especially in West Virginia.


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