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1. Warren Central
2. Covington Catholic
3. Lexington Catholic
4. North Oldham
5. George Rogers Clark
6. Great Crossing
7. Lyon County
8. Ballard
9. North Laurel
10. Mason County
11. Bowling Green
12. Frederick Douglass
13. McCracken County
14. Evangel Christian
15. Collins
16. Pleasure Ridge Park
17. Trinity
18. Western
19. Harlan
20. Covington Holy Cross

Dropped Out: Harlan County (20)
Enter Ranks: Covington Holy Cross (20)
Biggest Movers: Evangel Christian (+5), Western (-6)

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The top 11 teams remain the same this week, though Lyon County and Ballard flip flop following Ballard's loss to Male - their first loss since falling to Lyon County in December.  Evangel Christian rises back up the ranks this week after taking home the All "A" Title, having restored their roster for the most part en route to taking the trophy.  Their vanquished foe in that game, Covington Holy Cross, makes their debut.  Meanwhile Western is on the list for biggest drop for the second straight week.  January has not been kind to the Warriors, who have now lost four of five, and took their biggest loss of the year to DeSales.  Their strong December is getting further and further in the rearview mirror, and they face a big week ahead when visiting Seneca and hosting Butler on Wednesday and Friday, respectively.  They may just find themselves dropping from the top 10 on out of the rankings entirely in the span of a few weeks if they don't win those games.

Who is too high? Who is too low? Who should be in, who should be out?

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2 minutes ago, wingt51 said:

Not disagreeing with the 15th ranking, but Collins is the 4 seed in their district tourney. What a draw for Spencer County.

Lost the wrong two games, it appears.  I can't say I'm a fan of not playing a home and home in that district.  Both of those losses were away by a combined 11 points.  As a matter of fact, the only district game they've gotten at home was against Spencer County. They still have Shelby County at the end of this week - I guess that won't count for seeding?

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