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January 24, 2013

Tanner still No. 1

— ASWA Basketball Rankings

BOYS

CLASS 6A

1. Hoover (24-1)

2. Mountain Brook (21-3)

3. McGill-Toolen (18-4)

4. Carver-Montgomery (16-1)

5. Lee-Huntsville (26-3)

6. Hazel Green (17-6)

7. Murphy (20-5)

8. Thompson (22-3)

9. Opelika (14-7)

10. Austin (14-6)

Others nominated: Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (16-7), Jeff Davis (17-7), Minor (14-8), Sparkman (21-4).

CLASS 5A

1. Wenonah (23-1)

2. Paul Bryant (23-3)

3. Sumter Central (17-4)

4. Homewood (20-4)

5. Jackson (19-2)

6. Shelby County (19-5)

7. Sylacauga (16-6)

8. Parker (14-3)

9. Central-Tuscaloosa (15-6)

10. Spanish Fort (21-3)

Others nominated: Athens (16-7), Center Point (18-4), Cullman (18-7), Southside-Gadsden (15-5), West Point (15-8).

CLASS 4A

1. Madison County (16-3)

2. Dallas County (19-5)

3. Douglas (18-4)

4. Brooks (19-5)

5. Brewbaker Tech (16-5)

6. Hokes Bluff (16-5)

7. Dadeville (15-6)

8. Monroe County (17-3)

9. Wilcox Central (15-4)

10. J.O. Johnson (15-8)

Others nominated: Carbon Hill (15-7), Charles Henderson (12-5), Childersburg (15-8), Dora (13-6), Fairview (17-6), Handley (17-5), Hillcrest-Evergreen (12-5).

CLASS 3A

1. Greensboro (18-2)

2. Midfield (15-8)

3. Daleville (21-1)

4. West Morgan (19-4)

5. Leeds (15-8)

6. Geraldine (17-6)

7. Holly Pond (18-4)

8. Mars Hill Bible (19-5)

9. Barbour County (14-6)

10. Sipsey Valley (19-4)

Others nominated: American Christian (14-5), Bayside Academy (19-6), Southside-Selma (16-7), Trinity (14-4).

CLASS 2A

1. Tanner (15-2)

2. Westbrook Christian (20-2)

3. Lanett (19-3)

4. Washington County (13-1)

5. Vincent (18-5)

6. R.C. Hatch (14-6)

7. Houston Academy (17-5)

8. Section (14-6)

9. Francis Marion (15-8)

10. Elba (17-3)

Others nominated: Cold Springs (13-7), Luverne (15-7), North Sand Mountain (15-7), Wicksburg (16-6).

CLASS 1A

1. St. Jude (18-5)

2. Keith (16-8)

3. Collinsville (21-2)

4. Parrish (20-1)

5. Linden (16-1)

6. Marion County (15-4)

7. Brantley (12-3)

8. R.A. Hubbard (12-2)

9. Pickens County (11-5)

10. Skyline (15-5)

Others nominated: Autaugaville (14-4), Cedar Bluff (14-7), Phillips-Bear Creek (16-5), Ragland (16-6), St. Luke's (16-9), Sumiton Christian (17-5).

AISA

1. Lee-Scott (18-1)

2. Glenwood (21-2)

3. Kingwood (18-1)

4. East Memorial (21-2)

5. Tuscaloosa Academy (17-6)

6. Macon-East (13-6)

7. Evangel Christian (14-8)

8. Fort Dale Academy (15-5)

9. Lyman Ward (15-2)

10. Patrician (16-8)

Others nominated: Ashford Academy (17-6), Escambia Academy (14-4), Morgan Academy (18-5).

GIRLS

CLASS 6A

1. Sparkman (24-0)

2. Shades Valley (22-1)

3. Hoover (16-4)

4. Blount (22-4)

5. Huntsville (22-4)

6. Bob Jones (23-4)

7. Murphy (19-4)

8. Mountain Brook (16-5)

9. Buckhorn (19-6)

10. Carver-Montgomery (17-2)

Others nominated: Austin (17-6), Clay-Chalkville (22-2), Davidson (16-6), Jeff Davis (17-7), Lee-Montgomery (18-5), Opelika (18-3).

CLASS 5A

1. Brewer (21-1)

2. Center Point (17-7)

3. Faith Academy (20-4)

4. Wenonah (22-3)

5. Valley (18-2)

6. Fairfield (16-6)

7. Sylacauga (18-3)

8. Central-Tuscaloosa (18-4)

9. Carroll (20-4)

10. Sumter Central (16-4)

Others nominated: Athens (10-12), Cullman (13-9), East Limestone (20-5), Hayden (16-5), Jackson (15-4).

CLASS 4A

1. Oneonta (21-3)

2. UMS-Wright (20-3)

3. Clarke County (21-2)

4. Jacksonville (18-4)

5. Anniston (24-3)

6. Randolph (19-2)

7. Brewbaker Tech (16-1)

8. Douglas (19-6)

9. Madison County (16-5)

10. Cherokee County (17-4)

Others nominated: Ashford (17-9), Calera (14-6), Carbon Hill (18-5), Childersburg (14-5), Locust Fork (18-5), St. James (18-4).

CLASS 3A

1. Lauderdale County (23-4)

2. Mars Hill Bible (19-6)

3. Pisgah (16-5)

4. Madison Academy (17-7)

5. Midfield (14-8)

6. Deshler (17-6)

7. Holly Pond (19-4)

8. Ashville (20-2)

9. Straughn (22-1)

10. Glencoe (16-7)

Others nominated: Abbeville (14-5), Clements (11-11), Danville (19-7), Greensboro (14-7), Piedmont (18-6), Winfield (14-5).

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