Lady Bucs ranked 12th this week in AP basketball poll


TENNERTON  – Nine local girls basketball teams are inside the Top 10 in the latest high school basketball rankings, which were released by the Associated Press on Monday.

The Buckhannon-Upshur Lady Bucs check in at No. 12 this week in the Class AAAA rankings with five votes.

Records are through Sunday’s games.

Below are the full rankings.

Class AAAA

Rank Team Record Points Previous

1. Wheeling Park (5) 2-0 80 2

2. Huntington (1) 1-0 79 3

3. George Washington (2) 0-1 75 1

4. Morgantown 0-0 54 5

5. Woodrow Wilson 1-1 51 4

6. Parkersburg 1-0 49 7

7. Cabell Midland (1) 0-0 45 6

8. Martinsburg 0-1 22 8

9. Bridgeport 1-1 14 T10

10. South Charleston 0-1 11 9

Others receiving votes: Capital 6, Buckhannon-Upshur 5, Spring Valley 2, Greenbrier East 2.

Class AAA

Rank Team Record Points Previous

1. Fairmont Senior (6) 3-0 86 1

2. North Marion (2) 2-0 82 2

3. Nitro 1-0 68 3

4. St. Joseph (1) 2-0 61 T5

5. Wayne 0-0 57 4

6. Winfield 1-0 40 7

7. Logan 2-0 32 9

8. Wheeling Central 1-2 24 T5

9. East Fairmont 1-1 17 10

10. Pikeview 0-0 9 NR

Others receiving votes: Lincoln 8, Lewis County 4, Weir 3, Westside 2, Lincoln County 1, Robert C. Byrd 1.

Class AA

Rank Team Record Points Previous

1. Wyoming East (4) 0-0 84 1

2. Parkersburg Catholic (4) 2-0 83 2

3. Summers County (1) 1-0 75 3

4. Frankfort 1-1 56 4

5. St. Marys 1-0 55 6

6. Charleston Catholic 0-2 37 5

7. Williamstown 0-0 29 7

8. Chapmanville 0-0 23 9

9. Mingo Central 1-0 21 NR

10. Ritchie County 0-1 12 8

Others receiving votes: Magnolia 10, Trinity 10.

Class A

Rank Team Record Points Previous

1. Gilmer County (8) 1-0 89 1

2. Tucker County (1) 2-0 82 2

3. Calhoun 1-0 59 3

4. Tug Valley 1-1 55 4

5. Webster County 2-0 50 8

6. Cameron 0-0 43 7

7. Tolsia 0-1 37 6

8. Pocahontas County 0-1 22 5

9. James Monroe 1-0 19 NR

10. Sherman 2-0 12 NR

Others receiving votes: Greenbrier West 9, Wood County Christian 8, Clay-Battelle 4, Greater Beckley Christian 3, Tygarts Valley 2, River View 1.

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