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Girls high school basketball AP poll (2/12/13)

COLUMBUS, Ohio - How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school girls basketball teams in the fifth of seven weekly Associated Press polls, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I

1, Twinsburg (19) 21-0 211

2, Kettering Fairmont (2) 20-1 189

3, Centerville (1) 21-1 160

4, Mason 19-1 137

5, Reynoldsburg 20-2 132

6, Wadsworth 19-2 106

7, Solon 17-4 74

8, Perrysburg 18-1 56

9, Dublin Coffman 16-2 27

10, Hudson 17-4 24

Others receiving 12 or more points: 10, N. Can. Hoover 24. 12, Lewis Center Olentangy Orange 14.

DIVISION II

1, Clyde (13) 21-0 203

2, Oxford Talawanda (3) 21-0 164

3, Millersburg W. Holmes (3) 19-1 158

4, Geneva (2) 19-1 134

5, Jackson 21-1 96

6, Tol. Rogers 17-3 94

7, Shaker Hts. Hathaway Brown (1) 15-6 80

8, Bellbrook 19-3 67

9, Kettering Alter 16-4 36

10, Celina 18-2 32

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Canfield 28. 12, West Branch 21. 13, Bellevue 20. 14, Akr. Hoban 18. 15, Day. Carroll 16.

DIVISION III

1, Smithville (17) 20-0 211

2, Proctorville Fairland (2) 19-0 157

3, Archbold 19-1 152

4, Orrville (2) 18-2 115

5, Richwood N. Union 20-1 108

6, Cols. Africentric 17-5 92

7, Gates Mills Gilmour (1) 18-2 91

8, Casstown Miami E. 21-1 79

9, Versailles 19-3 45

10, Beachwood 18-2 29

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Beverly Ft. Frye 26. 12, Anna 18. 12, Middletown Madison 18. 14, Collins Western Reserve 15. 15, United Local 13.

DIVISION IV

1, Ottoville (19) 20-0 216

2, Berlin Hiland (2) 17-3 172

3, Hamler Patrick Henry 20-1 146

4, Newark Cath. 17-1 126

5, New Madison Tri-Village 21-1 118

6, Zanesville Rosecrans 21-1 102

7, Ft. Loramie 19-3 94

8, N. Ridgeville Lake Ridge (1) 19-3 62

9, Bridgeport 17-2 42

10, Reedsville Eastern 18-4 26

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, New Knoxville 21.

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