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Three Area Teams Ranked In A.P. Top Ten

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/28/2014

There are three area teams that remain ranked in the latest A.P. Boys State Basketball Poll, two of them in Division II, one in Division IV with all three moving up from a week ago. Ranked number one in Division II is Norwalk. The Truckers come in at 14-0 in all games and 6-0 in the Northern Ohio League and riding a 57 game regular season winning streak. Norwalk will travel to 10-5 Willard on Saturday. But before that, Wednesday evening at Ontario they'll take on the number five team in Division II in Ontario. The Warriors like the Truckers are 14-0 overall and 6-0 in the NOL, with the winner taking a one game lead in league play with five NOL games remaining. This is a resceduled game from back on January 17th. It will also be carried live on WMFD-TV and ESPN Radio WRGM AM 1440 and FM 97.3 with the tip at about 7:35pm. WOHZ will also rebroadcast the game on Mansfield Cable Ch.16 Thursday and Friday at 7pm with a replay on WMFD at 7:30pm Friday. After Wednesday, the Warriors will travel to 3-9 Bellevue on Friday, then to 4-10 Madison on Saturday evening. In Division IV, moving up two notches is 13-1 Buckeye Central winners of eight straight after bouncing Mohawk 84-42 on Monday. The 8th ranked Bucks will play two this weekend. On Friday they'll travel to 6-7 Galion in NCC play, then hit the road again traveling to 12-3 Carey in non-conference play to take on the Blue Devils. The boys tournament basketball draw is a week from this Sunday.

   
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