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West Virginia Boys Basketball Poll

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The Associated Press high school boys basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses and total points:
    
    Team    Record    Pts    Prv
Class AAA
    1. South Charleston (6)    14-1    96    1
    2. Martinsburg (4)    15-2    94    2
    3. Woodrow Wilson    12-4    61    10
    4. Parkersburg South    14-3    60    7
    5. Greenbrier East    16-1    51    4
    6. Hedgesville    12-3    49    6
    7. Washington    10-4    46    5
    8. Morgantown    13-3    43    3
    9. Huntington    11-4    29    8
    10. George Washington    11-4    13    9    
Others receiving votes: Preston 4, University 3, Hurricane 1.
    
    
Class AA
    1. Bluefield (10)    13-1    100    1
    2. Fairmont Senior    13-3    87    4
    3. Robert C. Byrd    10-4    71    5
    4. Poca    13-2    65    2
    5. Tolsia    11-6    56    7
    6. Westside    11-6    49    8
    7. Wyoming East    10-5    44    3
    8. Webster County    11-2    40    6
    9. Scott    10-6    19    9
    10. Roane County    11-4    7    10    
Others receiving votes: Bridgeport 5, Ritchie County 3, Herbert Hoover 1, Liberty Raleigh 1, Mount View 1, North Marion 1.
    
    
Class A
    1. Charleston Catholic (6)    13-1    96    1
    2. Tug Valley (4)    12-4    90    2
    3. Tucker County    12-1    78    3
    4. Parkersburg Catholic    14-2    67    4
    5. Magnolia    11-4    61    5
    6. Buffalo    13-1    54    6
    7. St. Marys    14-2    39    7
    8. Greater Beckley Christian    9-1    30    8
    9. Tygarts Valley    11-3    16    -
    10. Valley Fayette    9-4    11    9    
Others receiving votes: Clay-Battelle 3, Greenbrier West 3, Bishop Donahue 2.

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