Friday, February 02, 2001

Ohio girls basketball polls




        How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school girls basketball teams in the fourth of six weekly regular-season 2000-2001 polls for The Associated Press (records through games of Jan. 28):

        DIVISION I
        1, Beavercreek (16)  16-0  220  
        2, Cols. Brookhaven (2)  16-0  189  
        3, Pickerington (2)  14-2  135  
        4, Dayton Cham.-Julienne 16-2  118  
        5, Hudson (1)  14-0  113  
        6, Cleve. E. Tech  15-2   91  
        7, Mason  13-4   88  
        8, Grove City  16-2   76  
        9, Rocky Riv. Magnificat  13-3   75  
        10, Canton McKinley (1)  14-2   49  
        Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Tol. Cent. Cath. 36. 12, Warren Howland 16. 13, Reynoldsburg 13. 14, Celina 12.

        DIVISION II
        1, Willard (11) 16-0  209  
        2, Millersburg W. Holmes (8)  15-1  186  
        3, Clyde (1) 15-0  183  
        4, Akron Hoban (1) 15-1  124  
        5, Springboro (1) 16-1  104  
        6, Spring. Kenton Ridge 15-2   71  
        7, Cols. Hartley 10-5   62  
        8, Poland Seminary 12-3   37  
        9, Canton Cent. Cath. (1)  14-2   31  
        10, Pemberville Eastwood 14-2   23  
        Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Upper Sandusky 21. 12, Circleville 20. 13, Portsmouth 18. 14 (tie), Cin. Purcell Marian, St. Clairsville 17. 16, Trotwood-Madison 16.

        DIVISION III
        1, S. Euclid Regina (10) 13-2  203  
        2, Versailles (11) 16-0  200  
        3, New Albany 15-1  133  
        4, Beverly Ft. Frye 15-1  114  
        5, Sparta Highland 12-3   88  
        6, Belmont Union Local (1)  14-1   72  
        7, Cleve. VASJ 12-3   56  
        8, Castalia Margaretta 12-3   41  
        8, Kansas Lakota 12-3   41  
        10, Metamora Evergreen 12-2   38  
        Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Doylestown Chippewa (1) 32. 12, Loudonville 31. 13, Lancaster Fairfield Union 23. 14, Cin. Mariemont 22. 15, Eastern Brown 21. 16, Cin. Wyoming 18. 17, Albany Alexander 17. 18, Hamler Patrick Henry 16. 19, Oak Hill 15. 20, Cin. Madeira 14.

        DIVISION IV
        1, New Madison Tri-Village (13) 14-0  188  
        2, Berlin Hiland (5) 14-2  167  
        3, Maria Stein Marion Local (3) 14-2  159  
        4, New London 15-0  126  
        5, Ottoville 13-1  110  
        6, Bedford Chanel (2) 12-2  105  
        7, Jackson Center 15-1   97  
        8, North Lewisburg Triad 14-1   76  
        9, Bellaire St. John's 14-1   53  
        10, Gibsonburg 13-3   40  
        Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Shadyside 22. 12, E. Canton 19. 13 (tie), Portsmouth East, South Webster 13.

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