Prep Talk | NMB boys drop three spots in state hoops poll

January 22, 2013 

Three Grand Strand teams remained ranked in the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association statewide poll, released Tuesday morning.

The North Myrtle Beach boys, which fell to Myrtle Beach Friday, dropped three spots to No. 7 in Class AAA. The North Myrtle Beach girls, still undefeated in Region VII-AAA play heading into tonight's game against Socastee remained No. 6 in Class AAA.

Jeff Mezzatesta's Carvers Bay boys teams bumped up one spot to No. 4 in the Class A rankings.

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This week's poll:

Class AAAA Boys

1. Irmo

2. Hillcrest

3. Dorman

4. West Ashley

5. South Pointe

6. T.L. Hanna

7. Richland Northeast

8. Spring Valley

9. Summerville

10. Rock Hill

Class AAAA Girls

1. Dutch Fork

2. Greenwood

3. West Ashley

4. Spring Valley

5. Goose Creek

6. Northwestern

7. Dorman

8. Aiken

9. J.L. Mann

10. Wade Hampton

Class AAA Boys

1. Hartsville

2. Eastside

3. Southside

4. Darlington

5. Lower Richland

6. Seneca

7. North Myrtle Beach

8. Daniel

9. Dreher

10. Traveler’s Rest

Class AAA Girls

1. Orangeburg-Wilkinson

2. Lower Richland

3. Daniel

4. Dreher

5. Wren

6. North Myrtle Beach

7. Crestwood

8. Seneca

9. Greenville

10. Blue Ridge

Class AA Boys

1. Lake Marion

2. Newberry

3. Keenan

4. Landrum

5. Marion

6. Indian Land

7. Mullins

8. Woodland

9. Batesburg-Leesville

10. Fairfield Central

Class AA Girls

1. Mullins

2. Bishop England

3. Fairfield Central

4. Lake City

5. Cheraw

6. Andrew Jackson

7. Ninety-Six

8. Blacksburg

9. Silver Bluff

10. Keenan

Class A Boys

1. Whale Branch

2. Johnsonville

3. C.E. Murray

4. Carver’s Bay

5. Fox Creek

6. Allendale-Fairfax

7. Baptist Hill

8. Williston-Elko

9. Ware Shoals

10. Lewisville

Class A Girls

1. Timmonsville

2. Latta

3. Hemingway

4. St. Joseph’s

5. Denmark-Olar

6. Whale Branch

7. Ridge Spring-Monetta

8. Christ Church

9. McBee

10. McCormick

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