National Guard OGBR JJHuddle Girls Basketball Power Poll: Jan. 28

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Ohio National Guard OGBR JJHuddle Ohio High School Basketball Power Polls

The third annual National Guard Ohio Girls Basketball Report
JJHuddle Girls Basketball Power Polls
continue today with the release of our latest Rankings. Who is in? Who is out? Who is No. 1?


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National Guard OGBR JJHuddle Girls Basketball Power Polls (Jan. 28)

Next Poll will be released Feb. 4

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DIVISION I

DIVISION I               
1. Twinsburg  17-0  Previous: 1 (tie)
2. Centerville   17-1  Previous: 4
3. Kettering Fairmont  15-1  Previous: 1 (tie)
4. Reynoldsburg   16-2  Previous: 3
5. Mason  17-0  Previous: 5
6. Solon  13-3  Previous: 9 
7. Gahanna Lincoln  16-2    Previous: 10
8. Wadsworth  15-2  Previous: 6
9. North Canton Hoover  13-4  Previous: 7
10. Hudson   15-2   Previous: NR

Dropped Out: Cincinnati Princeton (11-7)

On the Bubble (listed alphabetically): Canton McKinley (11-4); Cincinnati Princeton (11-7); Cleveland St. Joseph’s (16-2); Columbus Northland (14-3); Fairborn (12-2); Lakota West (13-3); Olentangy Orange (14-2); Perrysburg (14-1); Toledo Notre Dame (11-3); Pickerington North (12-6)  

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DIVISION II

DIVISION II               
1. West Holmes 18-0  Previous: 1
2. Hathaway Brown  14-4  Previous: 2
3. Clyde 18-0  Previous: 4
4. Toledo Rogers 12-3  Previous: 3
5. Kettering Alter 16-2  Previous: 6
6. Oxford Talawanda  19-0 Previous: 7
7. Bellbrook  15-2  Previous: 8
8. West Branch 15-2  Previous: 5
9. Jackson 16-1  Previous: 9
10. Bellevue  12-2   Previous: 10

Dropped Out: None

On the Bubble (listed alphabetically):
Akron Hoban (12-3); Akron Manchester (15-3), Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary’s (10-5); Celina (15-1), Clinton-Massie (14-4), Dayton Carroll (14-4), Geneva (13-1), Lima Bath (12-4), Warsaw River View (13-3)

 

DIVISION III

DIVISION III               
1. Columbus Africentric  13-5  Previous: 1
2. Proctorville Fairland
  16-0  Previous: 2
3. Smithville 18-0  Previous: 3
4. Orrville 13-2  Previous: 5
5. Gilmour Academy 15-2  Previous: 6     
6. Anna  11-3  Previous: 4
7. Richwood North Union 14-0   Previous: NR
8. Miami East 16-1 Previous: 8
9. Beverly Fort Frye  13-3   Previous: 10
10. Fayetteville-Perry 17-1   Previous: NR

Dropped Out: Canton Central Catholic (10-3); Versailles (15-2)

On the Bubble (listed alphabetically): Archbold (16-1); Canton Central Catholic (10-3); Georgetown (16-2); Jamestown Greeneview (17-1), Middletown Madison (12-2), Versailles (15-2); Western Brown (14-3)

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DIVISION IV

DIVISION IV               
1. Fort Loramie  15-2 Previous: 1 (tie)
2. Berlin Hiland  15-2  Previous: 5
3. Ottoville  17-0 Previous: 1 (tie) 
4. Newark Catholic 13-1  Previous: 3
5. Reedsville Eastern 15-3  Previous: 4
6. Zanesville Rosecrans  15-2 Previous: 7     
7. New Madison Tri-Village  15-1 Previous: 8
8. New Knoxville   14-3   Previous: NR
9. Lake Ridge Academy   13-2   Previous: NR
10. Patrick Henry  15-1   Previous: 10

Dropped Out: Fort Recovery (11-4); Mansfield St. Peter’s (13-3)

On the Bubble (listed alphabetically):  Columbiana (15-1), Fort Recovery (11-4), Garaway (16-3), Mansfield St. Peter’s (13-3), Marion Local (11-6), Minster (10-5), New Riegel (13-2)

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years of playing, coaching and evaluating experience associated with the
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of Ohio girls basketball through his publication, Ohio Girls Basketball
Report and the promotion of the players of the game through his
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