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Shakeups in latest prep polls

by John Raby

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

CHARLESTON -- Call it Moving Monday.

Two of the three top-ranked teams in The Associated Press boys state high school basketball poll dropped out of the top spot Monday after losses last week.

In Class AAA, Woodrow Wilson moved up from No. 2 after last week's No. 1 team, Parkersburg South, lost to Wheeling Park.

Parkersburg South, which will visit Robert C. Byrd Wednesday, is now tied for second with unbeaten Riverside, which moved up from third. Wheeling Park improved one spot to fourth, Capital is fifth and Hedgesville jumped to sixth from eighth.

East Fairmont, tied for ninth last week with Fairmont Senior, improved to seventh despite not playing last week. It was followed by No. 8 North Marion, No. 9 George Washington and No. 10 Fairmont Senior.

In Class A, Charleston Catholic moved back into the No. 1 spot it occupied two weeks earlier before being knocked out by Wheeling Central, which lost twice and dropped to No. 2 this week.

In Class AA, Tug Valley and Bluefield remained Nos. 1 and 2, respectively.

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Greg Davis is making it look easy.

The Tug Valley guard was named The Associated Press state high school player of the week for the second straight week after averaging 38.5 points in two games, including a 50-point effort against Paintsville, Ky.

Davis hit 11 3-pointers and had 10 assists in the game. He went 15-of-26 from the floor and 9-of-10 from the free-throw line. Davis became the 14th state player to reach the 2,000-point mark.

Other top performances:

n Philip Barbour's Joey Stout averaged 20 points in wins over Buckhannon-Upshur and Bridgeport while Jeremy Nestor averaged 16.5 points and 11 rebounds.

n North Marion's Chris Exilus scored 33 points in a win over Fairmont Senior.

n Paw Paw's Josh Delawder scored 41 points in a win over Old Towne, Md.

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Capital, Lincoln and Mercer Christian remained No. 1 in their respective classes in the West Virginia Coaches Association's girls high school basketball poll Monday.

--Adam Vance of Harts averaged 23 points and 7.5 assists in wins over Wayne and Duval.

--Winfield's Chris Dosier averaged nearly 18 points in wins over Sissonville, Buffalo and Ravenswood.

--Aaron Kelly of Chapmanville scored 24 points in a loss to Williamson and 19 in a loss to Tug Valley.

--Matewan's Blaine Pruitt averaged 22 points in wins over Chapmanville and Mingo Christian and a loss to Iaeger.

--Mount Hope's Jarrod Pittman had 21 points and 13 rebounds in a win over Marsh Fork.

--Midland Trail's Jeremy Crist had 24 points and 10 rebounds in a win over Richwood.

--Poca's Rick Cottrill averaged 25 points in wins over Scott and Charleston Catholic.

--Capital's Darrion Scott averaged 23.5 points in wins over Huntington and Oak Hill.

--Logan's Jerome Gaiter had 34 points in a win over Spring Valley and teammate John Ryan Steele had 33 points in a win over Ripley.

--Nitro's Jason Beller averaged 27.5 points in wins over Hurricane and Scott.

--Riverside's Rodney Terry averaged 17 points in wins over South Charleston and Oak Hill.

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