National Guard JJHuddle Boys Basketball Division I Power Poll: Final Rankings

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The fourth annual National Guard JJHuddle Boys Basketball Power Polls conclude today with the release of our Final Rankings. Who is No. 1? Who is ranked? Who Moved Up? Who Moved Down? Who Moved In? Who Moved Out?

National Guard JJH Boys Basketball Power Polls

Latest Rankings: Final, Feb. 25, 2014

DIVISION I

1.) Cincinnati Moeller (19-1)
Wins: None
Losses: None
Previous: 1
AP 1

2.) Shaker Heights (17-5)
Wins: None
Losses: Brunswick (51-50)
Previous: 2
AP: 9

3.) Lakewood St. Edward (19-2)
Wins: Cleveland VASJ and Akron Firestone
Losses: None
Previous: 3
AP: 3

4.) Massillon Jackson (20-2)
Wins: Cuyahoga Falls and Akron Firestone
Losses: None
Previous: 4
AP: 4

5.) Gahanna Lincoln (19-3)
Wins: None
Losses: None
Previous: 5
AP: NR

6.) Zanesville (21-1)
Wins: None
Losses: None
Previous: 6
AP: 2

7.) Newark (17-4)
Wins: None
Losses: None
Previous: 7
AP: NR

8.) Pickerington Central (16-5)
Wins: None
Losses: None
Previous: 8
AP: NR

9.) Huber Heights Wayne (17-4)
Wins: None
Losses: None
Previous: 10
AP: NR

T.10.) Columbus Northland (17-4)
Wins: None
Losses: None
Previous: 10
AP: 10

T10.) Fairfield (18-4)
Wins: None
Losses: None
Previous: NR
AP: NR

Dropped Out:
Medina (9)- lost to Mentor (67-55) and Wadsworth (52-49).

Others: (Alphabetical Order)
Berea-Midpark (17-3); Cincinnati Elder (15-6); Cleveland St. Ignatius (16-6); Garfield Heights (14-7); Middletown (15-6); Medina (16-6); North Royalton (20-1); Springfield (17-5); Toledo Bowsher (20-2); Toledo CC (19-3); Trotwood-Madison (19-2); Uniontown Lake (20-2); and Upper Arlington (20-1).

 

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