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AP Tennessee prep hoops polls as of Feb. 3

Associated Press • Feb 3, 2014 at 7:21 PM

The Associated Press Top 10 high school basketball rankings as of Feb. 3:

Tennessee Girls Poll

The Associated Press’ Top 10 teams in each of Tennessee’s three Division I non-financial aid classifications and in the combined Division II financial aid classification as selected by Tennessee AP-member sportswriters and broadcasters. With first-place votes in parentheses, records, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote: Class AAA Record Points Previous Ranking 1. Blackman (17) 23-1 170 1 2. Science Hill 26-0 149 2 3. Mount Juliet 19-1 118 4 4. Riverdale 19-5 114 3 5. Morristown West 22-2 112 5 6. Ridgeway 19-1 87 6 7. Columbia 20-3 81 7 8. Farragut 21-2 42 9 9. Maryville 20-4 26 10 10. Cumberland County 22-2 14 8 (tie) Dyer County 20-2 14 NR Others receiving 12 or more points: None.Class AA Record Points Previous Ranking 1. Cannon County (11) 26-2 163 2 2. Grainger (2) 21-4 144 1 3. Elizabethton (4) 19-3 143 3 4. Creek Wood 22-3 116 5 5. Gatlinburg-Pittman 21-3 99 6 6. Dyersburg 23-4 83 4 7. Martin Luther King 19-2 71 8 8. McNairy Central 19-5 49 9 9. Fulton 18-5 33 7 10. McMinn Central 14-8 24 10 Others receiving 12 or more points: None.Class A Record Points Previous Ranking 1. Union City (15) 26-0 168 1 2. Clarkrange (2) 23-2 154 2 3. Meigs County 24-2 119 4 4. Houston County 25-1 102 5 5. Middleton 22-3 93 7 6. Gibson County 24-3 77 3 7. Jackson County 18-6 73 8 8. South Greene 20-8 35 10 9. Huntingdon 23-2 26 9 10. Cloudland 22-5 24 6 Others receiving 12 or more points: Community 18. North Greene 17.Division II Record Points Previous Ranking 1. Briarcrest (11) 25-0 128 1 2. Knoxville Webb 21-4 114 2 3. Ensworth (2) 15-2 109 3 4. University-Nashville 21-3 81 4 5. ECS 20-3 65 6 6. Northpoint 23-3 61 7 7. Brentwood Academy 18-5 59 5 8. Ezell-Harding 18-5 41 8 9. Father Ryan 15-7 20 9 10. University-Jackson 19-6 16 NR Others receiving 12 or more points: None.

Tennessee Boys Poll

Class AAA Record Points Previous Ranking 1. White Station (17) 22-1 179 1 2. Siegel (1) 23-0 159 2 3. Jefferson County 23-3 118 4 4. Arlington 20-2 113 5 5. Brentwood 23-2 109 3 6. Hamilton 14-5 96 6 7. Oak Ridge 23-5 84 7 8. Blackman 18-4 49 10 9. Houston 20-5 23 8 10. Kenwood 19-5 18 9 Others receiving 12 or more points: Maryville 13. Southwind 12.Class AA Record Points Previous Ranking 1. CPA (13) 25-2 174 1 2. Haywood County (5) 24-0 166 2 3. Cheatham County 17-0 134 3 4. Jackson South Side 22-2 118 5 5. Waverly 23-2 97 6 6. Cannon County 24-4 82 7 7. Fulton 18-4 62 9 8. Douglass 19-5 45 4 9. Manassas 18-7 30 8 10. Raleigh Egypt 13-7 16 NR (tie) McMinn Central 20-3 16 NR Others receiving 12 or more points: None.Class A Record Points Previous Ranking 1. Goodpasture (9) 20-1 169 1 2. Humboldt (5) 20-3 156 3 3. Booker T. Washington (3) 17-4 139 4 4. Hampton (1) 21-3 125 2 5. Middleton 20-3 93 7 6. South Fulton 20-4 65 8 7. Middle Tennessee Christian 22-3 64 5 8. Union City 21-6 63 9 9. Meigs County 21-4 43 10 10. Collinwood 22-2 42 6 Others receiving 12 or more points: Mitchell 15.Division II Record Points Previous Ranking 1. St. George’s (10) 22-1 136 2 2. BGA (3) 23-2 123 1 3. Knoxville Webb (1) 24-3 114 3 4. DCA 17-5 80 7 5. Franklin Road Academy 19-6 77 4 6. MBA 15-6 74 8 7. Briarcrest 17-9 60 5 8. Baylor 13-7 40 6 9. University-Jackson 17-8 18 9 10. Pope John Paul II 15-11 11 10 Others receiving 12 or more points: None.All Associated Press members in Tennessee are eligible to participate in the high school basketball poll. Those who voted for this week’s poll are: Tennessee Prep Hoops; Cookeville Herald-Citizen; State Gazette (Dyersburg); Elizabethton Star; The Greeneville Sun; The Jackson Sun; Johnson City Press; Kingsport Times-News; The Knoxville News Sentinel; Marshall County Tribune, Lewisburg; The Commercial Appeal (Memphis); Citizen Tribune (Morristown); The Daily News Journal, Murfreesboro; The Tennessean (Nashville); The Mountain Press (Sevierville); Union City Daily Messenger; WKFN, Clarksville; WCMT, Martin.

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