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North Greene Girls No. 7 In State Poll

Originally published: 2013-01-22 16:44:42
Last modified: 2013-01-22 16:45:39

The North Greene girls' basketball team moved up two spots to No. 7 in the latest Associated Press Class A state poll, released Monday evening.

The Lady Huskies are coming off a week in which they avenged an early season loss to District 1-A foe Unaka, and then defeated Class AA rival Greeneville.

North Greene (16-7 overall) has three road games on-tap for this week: tonight at University High, Thursday at Washburn, and Friday at Providence Academy.

Union City remains at the top of the Class A girls' poll with a 17-3 record. The Golden Tornadoes garnered 10 first-place votes.

Summertown and Cosby tied for the second spot with identical 16-2 records. Cosby received three first-place votes, while Summertown got one.

Jackson and Clarkrange round out the top five.

Hampton dropped two spots to No. 8 after losing a District 1 game to rival Cloudland Friday night.

In other girls' polls: Murfreesboro Riverdale was a unanimous No. 1 pick in Class AAA, receiving all 17 first-place votes. Science Hill is second. Likewise in Class AA, Grainger received every first-place vote to hold the top spot with a perfect 21-0 record.

On the boys' side, Science Hill is also No. 2 in Class AAA, behind Blackman. CPA sits atop the Class AA poll, while Columbia Academy leads the Class A rankings.

For more information and stories, see The Greeneville Sun.

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