National Guard OGBR JJHuddle Girls Basketball Power Poll: Feb. 11

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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. Only one more poll remains after this week. Who is in? Who is out? Who is No. 1?


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National Guard OGBR JJHuddle Girls Basketball Power Polls (Feb. 11)

Final Poll will be released Feb. 18

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DIVISION I

DIVISION I               
1. Twinsburg  (21-0)  Previous: 1
2.(tie) Centerville (21-1) 
Previous: 2
2.(tie) Kettering Fairmont  (20-1) 
Previous: 2
4. Reynoldsburg (20-2) 
Previous: 4
5. Mason (19-1) 
Previous: 6
6. Wadsworth (19-2) 
Previous: 8
7. Solon (17-4)
Previous: 5 
8. North Canton Hoover (16-4) 
Previous: 9
9. Gahanna Lincoln (18-4)
Previous: 7
10. Toledo Notre Dame (16-3)
Previous: NR

Dropped Out: Hudson (17-4)

On the Bubble (listed alphabetically):
Canton McKinley (14-5); Cincinnati Princeton (15-7); Cleveland St. Joseph’s (18-2); Columbus Northland (16-4); Fairborn (17-2); Hudson (17-4); Lakota West (19-3); Olentangy Orange (19-2); Perrysburg (18-1) 

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DIVISION II

DIVISION II               
1. West Holmes (21-1)  Previous: 1
2. Clyde  (21-0) 
Previous: 3
3. Hathaway Brown  (15-6)  Previous: 2
4. Toledo Rogers (16-3) 
Previous: 4
5. Oxford Talawanda  (22-0)
Previous: 5
6. West Branch (19-2) 
Previous: 8
7. Geneva  (16-1)
Previous: NR
8. Dayton Carroll (17-4)
Previous: NR
9. Bellevue  (15-2) 
Previous: 10
10. Jackson (21-1) 
Previous: 9  

Dropped Out: Bellbrook (18-3); Kettering Alter (17-5)

On the Bubble (listed alphabetically):
Akron Hoban (16-4); Akron Manchester (18-3), Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary’s (12-5); Bellbrook (18-3), Celina (18-1), Columbus Eastmoor (17-4), Eaton (18-4); Kettering Alter (17-5) Lima Bath (15-5), Warsaw River View (15-4)

 

DIVISION III

DIVISION III               
1. Columbus Africentric  (15-5) Previous: 1
2. Proctorville Fairland  (19-0)
Previous: 2
3. Smithville (20-0) 
Previous: 3
4. Orrville (17-2)
  Previous: 4
5. Gilmour Academy (17-2)
Previous: 5  
6. Richwood North Union (19-1)
Previous: 7
7. Miami East (19-1)
Previous: 8
8. Archbold (19-1)
Previous: NR
9. Beverly Fort Frye (16-3)
Previous: 9
10. Fayetteville-Perry  (21-1)
Previous: 10

Dropped Out: Anna (14-4)

On the Bubble (listed alphabetically):
Archbold (19-1); Beachwood (19-1); Georgetown (18-2); Jamestown Greeneview (20-1), Middletown Madison (16-2), Norwood (16-3); Versailles (17-3); Western Brown (17-4)

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DIVISION IV

DIVISION IV               
1. Berlin Hiland (18-3)  Previous: 2
2. Ottoville  (19-0)
Previous: 3  
3. Fort Loramie  (16-3)
Previous: 1  
4. Newark Catholic (16-1) 
Previous: 4
5. Zanesville Rosecrans  (20-2) 
Previous: 5   
6. New Knoxville  (18-3)
Previous: 7
7. New Madison Tri-Village (20-2)
Previous: 6
8. Lake Ridge Academy  (19-3) 
Previous: 8
9. Patrick Henry  (18-1) 
Previous: 9
10. Columbiana  (18-2)
Previous: NR

Dropped Out: Bridgeport (17-2)

On the Bubble (listed alphabetically):
Bridgeport (17-2); Fort Recovery (14-6), Garaway (19-3), Mansfield St. Peter’s (16-4), Marion Local (13-7), Minster (12-7), New Riegel (15-3), Reedsville Eastern (17-4), Waterford (15-5)

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