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Week of Jan. 4 South Dakota prep media basketball poll

Mitchell boys ranked No. 5 in Class AA this week

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Mitchell's Caden Hinker (20) goes to the basket as Campbell County's (Wyo.) Jefferson Neary (12) defends during a game on Tuesday at the Corn Palace.

The South Dakota Prep Media Basketball Poll for the week of Jan. 4 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 (15) 3-0 84 2

2. Yankton (3) 5-1 69 4

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3. Harrisburg 5-0 44 5

4. Brandon Valley 3-1 41 1

5. Mitchell 6-0 27 RV

Receiving votes: Roosevelt 4, Aberdeen Central 1.

Class A

1. Dakota Valley (18) 5-0 90 1

2. SF Christian 4-1 65 2

3. Sioux Valley 7-0 52 4

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4. Dell Rapids 4-1 39 3

5. Vermillion 4-0 24 5

Class B

1. De Smet (15) 5-1 87 1

2. Platte-Geddes (3) 3-0 75 2

3. Howard 4-0 29 RV

4. Dell Rapids St. Mary 4-2 28 5

5. Canistota 4-0 27 RV

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Receiving votes: Viborg-Hurley 21, Lemmon 2, White River 1.

Girls basketball

Class AA

1. Washington (14) 3-0 86 2

2. Harrisburg (3) 6-0 65 3

3. O’Gorman (1) 3-1 49 1

4. Brandon Valley 4-1 35 4

5. Aberdeen Central 4-0 34 5

Class A

1. St. Thomas More (17) 5-0 88 1

T-2. West Central (1) 4-1 62 2

T-2. Winner 5-1 62 3

4. Hamlin 3-1 29 5

5. SF Christian 4-0 17 RV

Receiving votes: Tea Area 6, Garretson 4, Aberdeen Roncalli 2.

Class B

1. Corsica-Stickney (18) 5-0 90 1

2. Castlewood 4-0 65 2

3. White River 5-0 51 4

4. Ethan 4-0 37 3

5. Viborg-Hurley 7-0 26 5

Receiving votes: Newell 1.

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