High School Girls Basketball Rankings (1/29/2013) - Northern Michigan's News Leader

High School Girls Basketball Rankings (1/29/2013)

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The top 10 teams in the Michigan Associated Press high school basketball poll, with records in parentheses. Totals are based on 15 points for a first-place vote, 14 for second,etc.:

Class A

School (First-place votes) (Record) Points

1. Detroit King (3) (13-0) 73

2. Grand Haven (1) (12-0) 68

3. Grosse Pointe South (1) (12-1) 67

4. East Lansing (11-1) 60

5. Westland John Glenn (12-1) 56

6. Midland Dow (14-0) 48

7. Clarkston (11-1) 42

8. Macomb Dakota (11-2) 38

9. Southfield Lathrup (11-2) 24

10. Inkster (9-0) 22

Others receiving votes: Grand Ledge 21, Brownstown Woodhaven 16, Bloomfield Hills Marian 13, Novi 12, Utica Ford 11, Waterford Kettering 11, DeWitt 8, Dexter 4, Walled Lake Western 4, Farmington Hills Harrison 1, Mattawan 1.

 

Class B

School (First-place votes) (Record) Points

1. Goodrich (5) (12-1) 75

2. Flat Rock (13-0) 67

3. Freeland (11-1) 63

4. Detroit Country Day (10-2) 61

5. Eaton Rapids (12-2) 54

6. Hamilton (11-1) 48

6. Ludington (11-1) 48

8. Grand Rapids South Christian (11-1) 38

9. Portland (11-2) 37

10. Midland Bullock Creek (10-2) 22

Others receiving votes: Dearborn Divine Child 20, Clare 16, Haslett 9, Olivet 7, Big Rapids 6, Battle Creek Harper Creek 6, Benton Harbor 6, Flint Powers 4, Wayland 4, Livonia Ladywood 3, Kalkaska 2, Grand Rapids Catholic Central 2, Williamston 1, Shepherd 1.

 

Class C

School (First-place votes) (Record) Points

1. Reese (4) (13-0) 74

2. Niles Brandywine (1) (12-0) 67

3. Saginaw Nouvel (11-1) 60

4. Manchester (12-1) 47

4. Concord (12-1) 47

6. Leroy Pine River (11-1) 40

7. Kent City (12-1) 39

8. Houghton (12-1) 37

9. Saginaw Valley Lutheran (12-2) 33

10. Flint Hamady (12-1) 27

Others receiving votes: Watervliet 26, Traverse City St. Francis 25, Ypsilanti Arbor Preparatory 21, Johannesburg-Lewiston 12, Shelby 11, Burton Bendle 10, Marlette 7, Adrian Madison 4, Carson City-Crystal 3, Gobles 3, Hemlock 3, Pewamo-Westphalia 2, Lincoln-Alcona 1, Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary 1.

 

Class D

School (First-place votes) (Record) Points

1. St. Ignace LaSalle (5) (13-0) 75

2. Crystal Falls Forest Park (13-0) 69

3. Lansing Christian (13-0) 66

4. Eben Junction Superior Central (14-0) 59

5. Portland St. Patrick (12-1) 52

5. Waterford Our Lady (10-2) 52

7. Mendon (12-1) 43

8. Posen (15-0) 42

9. DeTour (10-1) 22

10. Marine City Cardinal Mooney (8-4) 20

Others receiving votes: Gaylord St. Mary 17, Birmingham Roeper 15, Fruitport Calvary Christian 12, Bark River-Harris 10, Manistee Catholic Central 8, Hillsdale Academy 7, Powers North Central 7, Athens 6, Ontonagon 6, Carney-Nadeau 4, St. Joseph Lake Michigan Catholic 4, Big Rapids Crossroads Charter Academy 2, Pickford 1, Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart 1.

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