Top 10 Ky. Boys/Girls High School Basketball Teams, Jan. 25

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Sacred Heart head coach Donna Moir celebrates with her players after Sacred Heart defeated Anderson County in a semi-final match at KHSAA Girls’ Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky ., on Saturday April 10, 2021.

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Below are the top teams from the latest (Jan. 25) Kentucky Associated Press high school basketball polls for the 2021-22 boys and girls seasons, complete with votes for first place, records, total points and previous classification. Plus, see how digital Herald-Leader sportswriter Jared Peck voted.

Top 10 boys

Rank, School, First Place Votes, Record, Total Points, Pvs

1. Clark County (9), 17-1, 99, 1

2. Male 16-3, 85, 3

3. Covington Catholic 17-3, 67, 2

4. Ballard 15-5, 61, 4

5. Pulaski County (1), 19-0, 56, 5

6. Northern Laurel 15-4, 48, 7

7. Woodford County 19-2, 34, 9

(tie) Ashland Blazer 14-4, 34, 8

9. Warren Central 11-4, 14, 6

10. Lexington Catholic 17-4, 13, 10

Others receiving votes: McCracken County 12, Manual 6, Greenwood 4, Pikeville 4, Pleasure Ridge Park 4, Cooper 3, Madison Central 2, Bowling Green 2, Dixie Heights 1, Knox Central 1.

How? ‘Or’ What @HLpreps voted: Boys

1 Clark County 17-1
2 Man 16-3
3 Covington Catholic 17-3
4 ballard 15-5
5 Ashland Jacket 14-4
6 Pulaski County 18-0
seven Woodford County 19-2
8 Northern Laurel 15-4
9 Bowling green 15-4
ten Lexington Catholic 17-4

top 10 girls

Rank, School, First Place Votes, Record, Total Points, Pvs

1. Sacred Heart (10), 17-1, 100, 1

2. Clark County 17-1, 86, 2

3. Our Lady 15-1, 81, 3

4. McCracken County 18-1, 68, 4

5. Anderson County 19-2, 51, 6

6. Green Bowling 16-4, 44, 7

7. Pikeville 17-1, 30, 8

8. East Bullitt 16-3, 25, 5

9. Mercy 13-5, 18, NR

10. Dixie Heights 16-4, 13, 10

Others receiving votes: Southwestern 9, Russell 6, Male 6, Conner 5, Christian Academy-Louisville 4, Meade County 1, Manual 1, Morgan County 1, Owensboro Catholic 1.

How? ‘Or’ What @HLpreps voted: Girls

1 Sacred Heart 17-1
2 Clark County 17-1
3 McCracken County 18-1
4 our Lady 15-1
5 Pikeville 17-1
6 Bowling green 16-4
seven Anderson County 19-2
8 Pity 13-5
9 East Bullitt 16-3
ten Christian Academy-Louisville 17-5

Members of the media participating in this week’s poll: Daily News, Bowling Green; Kentucky Investigator, Cincinnati; Times Tribune, Corbin; The News-Enterprise, Elizabethtown; The Gleaner, Henderson; Lexington Herald-Leader, Lexington; Courier-Journal, Louisville; The Independent Ledger, Maysville; The Commonwealth-Journal, Somerset; Kentucky Today, Louisville.

This story was originally published January 25, 2022 4:11 p.m.

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