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Trinity moves to No. 6 in Class B boys poll

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The Dickinson Trinity boys basketball team bumped up one spot in the Class B state poll while Hazen dropped completely out after suffering three consecutive losses last week.

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The Titans (15-1) moved to No. 6 in the poll. Unbeaten North Star (13-0) remained atop the poll for the fifth consecutive week.

Trinity is idle this week and returns to action Jan. 31 with a District 14 game at Richardton-Taylor.

Beulah (12-3) climbed two sports to No. 8. Hazen received votes.

Central Cass (11-0) remained No. 1 in the Class B girls poll while Beach (10-2) fell three spots to No. 10 following a loss to No. 2-ranked Carrington (10-1).

Grant County (11-1) jumped one spot to No. 8.

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

Class B Boys Rcd Pts Pvs

1. North Star (13) 13-0 130 1

2. Berthold 14-0 116 2

3. LaMoure 15-0 98 3

4. Central Cass 14-0 93 4

5. Grafton 12-1 73 5

6. Dickinson Trinity 15-1 69 7

7. Bottineau 14-1 42 8

8. Beulah 12-3 27 10

9. Maple Valley 12-1 23 NR

10. Rugby 14-1 17 9

Others receiving votes: Hatton-Northwood (10-4), Four Winds-Minnewaukan (12-3), Linton-HMB (12-4), Griggs County Central (13-2), Shiloh Christian (12-3), Hazen (12-3).

Class B Girls Rcd Pts Pvs

1. Central Cass (12) 11-0 130 1

2. Carrington 10-1 111 2

3. Minot Ryan 12-0 104 3

4. Grafton 10-1 87 4

5. New Town 11-0 81 5

6. Kindred 12-0 67 6

7. Thompson 9-1 40 8

8. Grant County 11-1 28 9

9. Central Valley 10-2 25 10

10. Beach 10-2 21 7

Others receiving votes: Velva (11-1), Midkota (8-1), Linton-HMB (9-2).

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