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Class B basketball polls remain largely unchanged

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By the Press Staff

Beulah and Minot Ryan remained the No. 1-ranked teams in the Class B boys and girls basketball media polls, respectively, on Monday.

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There were few changes in the boys poll as North Star (12-0) and Dickinson Trinity (13-1), whose only losses are to Beulah (15-0), hung on to the Nos. 2 and 3 spots, respectively. Rugby (14-1) stayed at No. 4 while Four Winds-Minnewaukan (12-2) jumped up one place to No. 5.

The top seven teams in the girls poll were unchanged while Shiloh Christian (9-2) moved up one spot to No. 8 and No. 9 Ray and No. 10 Parshall, both unbeaten at 11-0, are ranked for the first time this season. No. 2-ranked Grafton lost to Lakota-Adams-Edmore 59-50 on Monday.

Beach (7-4), despite a loss to Carrington on Saturday, received votes in the girls poll. The Buccaneers then lost to Watford City 52-44 on Monday.

The polls are voted on by members of the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.

Class B Boys Rcd Pts LW

1. Beulah (13) 15-0 130 1

2. North Star 12-1 115 2

3. Dickinson Trinity 13-1 102 3

4. Rugby 14-1 91 4

5. Four Winds-Minnewaukan 12-2 74 6

6. Oak Grove 13-2 56 7

7. Carrington 13-1 46 5

8. Strasburg-Zeeland 14-0 45 8

9. Trenton 13-1 24 9

10. Berthold 14-1 10 NR

Others receiving votes: Des Lacs-Burlington (13-2), Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky (13-1), Maple Valley (10-2), Powers Lake (13-1), LaMoure-Litchville-Marion (12-2), Griggs County Central (11-3).

Class B Girls Rcd Pts LW

1. Minot Ryan (13) 12-0 130 1

2. Grafton 10-1 116 2

3. New Town 11-1 93 3

4. Maple Valley 12-1 90 4

5. Napoleon 11-1 69 5

6. Hillsboro-Central Valley 10-2 61 6

7. Thompson 10-2 57 7

8. Shiloh Christian 9-2 32 9

9. Ray 11-0 23 NR

10. Parshall 11-0 14 NR

Others receiving votes: Northern Cass (9-1), Central Cass (7-2), Lakota-Adams-Edmore (11-2), Velva (9-1), Beach (7-4), Benson County (10-1).

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