Final 2017 Ohio H.S. girls basketball poll


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

DIVISION I

1. Newark (23) 22-0 230

2. West Chester Lakota W. 20-2 200

3. Toledo Start 19-1 161

4. Canton GlenOak 18-1 152

5. Mason 19-3 120

6. New Carlisle Tecumseh 20-2 110

7. Solon 18-2 99

8. Dublin Coffman 19-2 59

9. Reynoldsburg 19-3 34

10. Toledo Notre Dame 18-3 29

Others receiving 12 or more points: North Canton Hoover 19. Cincinnati McAuley 13.

DIVISION II

1. Ottawa-Glandorf (19) 19-0 214

2. Kettering Alter (3) 20-2 192

3. Perry 17-2 128

4. Upper Sandusky 20-1 120

5. Beloit West Branch (1) 20-2 112

6. Tipp City Tippecanoe 19-3 102

7. CARROLL 18-4 84

8. Elyria Catholic 20-2 57

9. Trotwood-Madison 17-5 53

10. Shelby 19-1 49

Others receiving 12 or more points: Warren Howland 25. Poland Seminary 15. Cincinnati Mariemont 15. Clyde 14. Shaker Heights Laurel 14. London 12.

DIVISION III

1. Cincinnati Summit Country Day (16) 22-0 198

2. Archbold (3) 20-0 172

3. Columbiana (2) 22-0 143

4. Columbus Africentric 19-3 119

5. Columbus Grove 18-1 93

6. Versailles 19-3 84

7. Waynesville 21-1 80

8.(tie) Findlay Liberty-Benton 18-2; Ft. Recovery 15-2 60

10. Gates Mills Gilmour (1) 16-5 40

Others receiving 12 or more points: Richwood North Union 18. West Liberty-Salem 15. Coldwater 13.

DIVISION IV

1. Berlin Hiland (17) 20-1 198

2. New Madison Tri-Village (2) 20-1 158

3. Fairfield Christian 20-1 144

4. Waterford (1) 14-3 130

5. Minster 18-2 107

6. North Jackson Jackson-Milton (1) 19-2 93

7. Ottoville 17-3 89

8. Arlington 19-3 78

9. Haviland Wayne Trace 18-2 46

10. Reedsville Eastern 19-3 22

Others receiving 12 or more points: Norwalk St. Paul 18. Cleveland Cuyahoga Hts. 14. Jackson Center 13.

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