Prep Talk | Statewide prep basketball rankings, Feb. 4

February 4, 2013 

Much like it has been most of the season, three area teams remained ranked in the statewide basketball polls, released by the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association Monday afternoon.

The North Myrtle Beach girls team stayed at No. 4 in the Class AAA rankings after beating Wilson and Georgetown last week to remain perfect in Region VII-AAA.

The North Myrtle Beach boys team dropped two spots after falling to Wilson (and beating Georgetown). Lastly, the Carvers Bay boys team dropped to No. 7 from No. 3 after losing at Scott’s Branch Friday night.

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This week's rankings:

Class AAAA Boys

1. Irmo

2. Hillcrest

3. Dorman

4. South Pointe

5. Goose Creek

6. T.L. Hanna

7. Rock Hill

8. Summerville

9. West Ashley

10. Spring Valley

Class AAAA Girls

1. Dutch Fork

2. West Ashley

3. Greenwood

4. Spring Valley

5. Dorman

6. Northwestern

7. Goose Creek

8. J.L. Mann

9. Summerville

10. (t)Aiken

10. (t) Sumter

Class AAA Boys

1. Hartsville

2. Eastside

3. Southside

4. Darlington

5. Daniel

6. Lower Richland

7. Seneca

8. Strom Thurmond

9. North Myrtle Beach

10. Chapman

Class AAA Girls

1. Orangeburg-Wilkinson

2. Lower Richland

3. Wren

4. North Myrtle Beach

5. Dreher

6. Crestwood

7. Daniel

8. Greenville

9. Seneca

10. Berea

Class AA Boys

1. Lake Marion

2. Newberry

3. Keenan

4. Landrum

5. Indian Land

6. Woodland

7. Marion

8. Batesburg-Leesville

9. Dillon

10. Mullins

Class AA Girls

1. Bishop England

2. Lake City

3. Mullins

4. Fairfield Central

5. Andrew Jackson

6. Blacksburg

7. Cheraw

8. Dillon

9. Ninety-Six

10. Keenan

Class A Boys

1. Whale Branch

2. Johnsonville

3. Fox Creek

4. Baptist Hill

5. C.E. Murray

6. Allendale-Fairfax

7. Carvers Bay

8. Ware Shoals

9. Christ Church

10. Wagener-Salley

Class A Girls

1. Latta

2. Timmonsville

3. Whale Branch

4. Ridge Spring-Monetta

5. Hemingway

6. Christ Church

7. Denmark- Olar

8. St. Joseph’s

9. McBee

10. McCormick

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