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Three Area Teams ranked in A.P. Boys Basketball Poll

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/22/2014Three area teams have moved up in the third A.P. Boys Basketball Poll. In Division II, Norwalk at 13-0 and riding a 56 game regular season winning streak has moved up to #2. The Truckers are at Tiffin Columbian Thursday, then home to Shelby on Saturday. Also in Division II, Ontario at 13-0, and off to their best start since the 1997-'98 season, has moved up to 7th. The Warriors will be at Willard on Thursday, then at Sandusky on Saturday. Norwalk and Ontario will meet in a rescheduled matchup on Wednesday, January 29th at Ontario in a game carried live on WMFD with the tip at around 7:35pm. While in Division IV, Buckeye Central at 12-1 and winners of seven straight are ranked at #10. The Bucks will face the only team that has beaten them this season 10-3 Colonel Crawford, Saturday evening at home. The Eagles won at North Robinson 60-48 back on December 20th. In girls basketball, the only area team of note that has gained state recognition is West Holmes from the Ohio Cardinal Conference. The Knights, 14-0 are ranked #1 in Division II. West Holmes has finished the past two seasons as D-2 state runner-up in girls basketball.
   
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