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SDSWA BOYS' POLL

With first-place votes in parentheses, records, total points and previous ranking

Class AA

1. Huron (9)    12-1    45    1

2. Roosevelt    10-2    27    3

3. Pierre    11-2    28    4

4. Rapid City Stevens    12-3    38    2

5. Washington    9-5    5    RV

Also receiving votes: Yankton 8-5, Sturgis 8-3.

Class A

1. Madison (9)    13-0    45    1

2. Sioux Valley    13-1    35    2

3. Pine Ridge    10-1    28    3

4. St. Thomas More    10-4    10    5

5. Vermillion    13-1    8    RV

Also receiving votes: Clark-Willow Lake 12-2, Aberdeen Roncalli 11-2, Sisseton 9-3, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 12-2.

Class B

1. White River (6)    11-2    42    1

2. James Val. Chr. (3)    11-1    38    2

3. Ethan    11-2    25    3

4. Langford    11-2    15    4

5. Sanborn Central-Woon.    10-2    5    NR

Also receiving votes: Hanson 10-3, Sully Buttes 8-2, Potter County 9-2, Oelrichs 11-4, Wolsey-Wessington 8-2.

SDSWA GIRLS' POLL

With first-place votes in parentheses, records, total points and previous ranking

Class AA

1. Washington (5)    12-1    41    1

2. Mitchell (4)    13-1    40    2

3. Lincoln    8-5    21    4

4. O'Gorman    10-4    20    5

5. Roosevelt    8-6    8    3

Also receiving votes: Spearfish 9-2.

Class A

1. St. Thomas More (9)    13-1    45    1

2. Pine Ridge    13-1    31    2

3. Elk Point-Jeff.    12-2    27    3

4. Winner    13-1    20    4

5. West Central    10-2    4    NR

Also receiving votes: Tri-Valley 11-3, Sioux Valley 11-2, Todd County 13-3.

Class B

1. De Smet (8)    13-0    43    1

2. Sully Buttes (1)    12-1    36    2

3. Warner    13-2    27    3

4. San. Cen.-Woon.    11-1    15    5

5. Hanson    13-2    7    4

Also receiving votes: Herreid-Selby Area 13-0, Castlewood 10-1.

 
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