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Week of Feb. 15 South Dakota Prep Media Basketball Poll

Jaguars remain No. 1 in Class B girls poll

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Corsica-Stickney's Payton DeLange (12) collects a rebound over Annaliese Goehring (3) and Kendell Sawinsky (10) on Saturday at the DWU/Culver's Classic. The Jaguars are No. 1 in the latest Class B poll.

The South Dakota Prep Media Basketball Poll for the week of Feb. 15 is listed below, ranking the top-five teams, the team’s record, points received and ranking in the previous poll. First-place votes are listed in parentheses.

Boys basketball

Class AA

1. Washington (17) 12-0 85 1

2. Yankton 13-3 62 3

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3. Roosevelt 10-5 42 5

4. Mitchell 13-3 41 4

5. Harrisburg 11-3 24 2

Receiving votes: Brandon Valley 1.

Class A

1. Vermillion (17) 16-0 85 1

2. SF Christian 13-3 66 2

3. Sioux Valley 16-1 44 4

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4. Dakota Valley 14-2 43 3

5. Winner 16-2 10 5

Receiving votes: St. Thomas More 7.

Class B

1. De Smet (17) 17-1 85 1

2. Viborg-Hurley 13-3 65 3

3. Howard 16-2 41 2

4. Canistota 15-2 40 4

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5. Dell Rapids St. Mary 14-4 15 RV

Receiving votes: Platte-Geddes 7, White River 2.

Girls basketball

Class AA

1. Washington (12) 10-2 79 2

2. Aberdeen Central (5) 15-1 66 1

3. Harrisburg 14-2 52 3

4. O’Gorman 13-5 25 RV

5. Brandon Valley 12-4 18 4

Receiving votes: Mitchell 14, Rapid City Stevens 1.

Class A

T-1. St. Thomas More (8) 17-1 72 1

T-1. West Central (7) 16-2 72 3

3. Winner (2) 16-2 59 2

4. Hamlin 16-2 35 4

5. SF Christian 15-3 17 5

Class B

1. Corsica-Stickney (11) 17-2 79 1

2. Castlewood (5) 15-0 70 2

3. White River (1) 15-1 53 3

4. Ethan 15-3 23 4

5. Viborg-Hurley 14-3 21 5

Receiving votes: Hanson 9.

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