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West Virginia Girls Basketball Poll

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The Associated Press high school girls basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses and total points:
    
    Team    Record    Pts    Prv
Class AAA
    1. Greenbrier East (8)    22-0    88    1
    2. Spring Valley (1)    19-3    79    2
    3. Huntington    18-4    72    3
    4. University    17-5    63    4
    5. Morgantown    16-5    51    5
    6. Parkersburg South    14-7    41    7
    7. Princeton    13-7    38    6
    8. Wheeling Park    12-7    24    9
    9. George Washington    15-8    15    8
    10. Cabell Midland    16-6    10    -    
Others receiving votes: Hedgesville 5, Martinsburg 5, Preston 2, Parkersburg 2.
    
    
Class AA
    1. Westside (8)    20-1    89    1
    2. Bridgeport (1)    19-2    82    2
    3. Nicholas County    17-3    64    3
    3. Robert C. Byrd    18-4    64    4
    5. Clay County    16-5    39    5
    6. Fairmont Senior    15-5    38    7
    7. North Marion    15-4    29    9
    7. Berkeley Springs    15-5    29    8
    9. Tolsia    19-3    21    -
    10. Summers County    14-8    20    6    
Others receiving votes: Scott 11, Sissonville 4, Ravenswood 2, Ritchie County 2, Lincoln 1.
    
    
Class A
    1. Saint Joseph Central (9)    16-1    90    1
    2. St. Marys    20-1    79    2
    3. Wheeling Central    17-4    74    3
    4. Tucker County    16-5    52    4
    5. Clay-Battelle    16-3    45    5
    6. Parkersburg Catholic    14-6    43    7
    6. Pocahontas County    15-5    43    6
    8. Fayetteville    15-5    19    8
    9. Tygarts Valley    14-6    18    10
    10. Meadow Bridge    15-5    10    -    
Others receiving votes: Valley Fayette 10, Gilmer County 7, Williamstown 3, Buffalo 2.

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