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Butler boys, North Allegheny girls lead Trib 10 basketball power rankings

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Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
North Allegheny’s Rachel Martindale competes during practice Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018.

Every Wednesday during the 2018-19 WPIAL basketball season, the TribLIVE High School Sports Network will release Power Rankings during the WPIAL Roundball Report show at 6:30 p.m. After the show, check out the Trib 10 at TribHSSN.TribLive.com.

These rankings have zero classification boundaries. Here are the ranking for the Week of Dec. 10. Overall records are through Dec. 11.

BOYS TRIB 10

1. Butler (3-0)

2. Mars (2-0)

3. Penn Hills (2-0)

4. Latrobe (3-0)

5. Moon (3-0)

6. Quaker Valley (3-0)

7. Mt. Lebanon (3-0)

8. Lincoln Park (2-0)

9. Aliquippa (1-0)

10. Our Lady of the Sacred Heart (2-0)

Out: None

GIRLS TRIB 10

1. North Allegheny (3-0)

2. Peters Township (3-0)

3. Chartiers Valley (2-0)

4. Mars (3-0)

5. Bethel Park (3-0)

6. North Catholic (0-0)

7. Norwin (3-0)

8. Neshannock (2-0)

9. Bishop Canevin (1-1)

10. Beaver (3-0)

Out: None

Don Rebel is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Don at [email protected] or via Twitter @TheDonRebel.

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