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Dickinson Trinity basketball teams ranked top 10

The Dickinson Trinity boys and girls basketball teams both were ranked in the North Dakota Class B state poll as voted on by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association released Monday.

The Dickinson Trinity boys and girls basketball teams both were ranked in the North Dakota Class B state poll as voted on by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association released Monday.

The Titans girls (4-1) were ranked No. 5 and received 78 points in the poll after defeating previously No. 4-ranked Watford City 43-29 Friday.
The Trinity boys (3-1) sit at No. 10 in their poll after beating New England 59-39 for the Roughrider Tournament championship.

Class B Boys Basketball Poll
1st place votes in parentheses
Team Record Points
1. Four Winds-Minnewaukan (15) 2-0 166
2. Our Redeemer’s (2) 4-0 149
3. Hillsboro-Central Valley (1) 2-0 122
4. Shiloh Christian 2-0 113
5. Enderlin 1-0 93
6. Strasburg-Zeeland 2-0 91
7. St. John 4-0 52
8. Linton-HMB 3-0 31
9. Parshall 2-1 30
10. Dickinson Trinity 3-1 29
Others receiving votes: Milnor-North Sargent (2-0), Carrington (3-0), Central Cass (3-0), Thompson (2-1), Northern Cass (2-0), Berthold (3-0).

Class B Girls Basketball Poll
1st place votes in parentheses
Team Record Points
1. LaMoure-Litchville-Marion (15) 6-0 167
2. Thompson (2) 7-0 153
3. Rugby 6-0 134
4. Grafton 5-0 96
5. Dickinson Trinity 4-1 78
6. Park River-Fordville-Lankin 6-0 74
7. North Star 6-1 60
8.Our Redeemer’s 5-0 53
9. Shiloh Christian 5-1 45
10. Watford City 3-1 41
Others receiving votes: Bishop Ryan (3-2), Carrington (6-1), Grant County (7-1), Trenton-Trinity Christian (7-0), Garrison (6-1), Sawyer (6-1), Fairmount-Campbell-Tintah (5-1), Kindred (5-2).

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