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Dickinson High Midgets boys ranked fourth

The Dickinson High boys basketball team was again ranked fourth in the latest Class A rankings released by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association Wednesday.Dickinson (12-5, 10-4 West Region) received 15 poin...

The Dickinson High boys basketball team was again ranked fourth in the latest Class A rankings released by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association Wednesday.
Dickinson (12-5, 10-4 West Region) received 15 points in the poll after beating Bismarck St. Mary’s 77-67 Tuesday and Bismarck Legacy 70-54 Friday at home.

Class A rankings
Team Rec. Lwk. Pts
1. Bismarck Century (10) 15-1 1 50
2. Minot 16-2 2 40
3. West Fargo 15-2 3 29
4. Dickinson 12-5 4 15
5. Fargo Davies 12-4 NR 9
First-place votes in parentheses
Others receiving votes: Devils Lake (10-7) 3, Bismarck (11-7) 3, Grand Forks Red River (11-6) 1.

West Region standings
Team Conf. Streak Overall
Bismarck Century 13-0 W13 15-1
Minot 14-2 W2 16-2
Dickinson 10-4 W2 12-5
Bismarck High 10-5 L1 11-6
Mandan 7-6 L1 8-8
Jamestown 5-7 L1 8-7
Bismarck St. Mary’s 5-10 L2 6-11
TMCHS (Belcourt) 3-11 W1 4-12
Williston 2-11 L3 5-11
Bismarck Legacy 1-12 L11 2-12

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