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WPIAL girls basketball rankings for week of Dec. 16, 2018

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Norwin Lady Knights’ Jayla Wehner catches the ball for a pass on Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018 in a game against Pine Richland at Norwin High School.

Rankings

Girls basketball

Class 6A

Team, record, previous

1. North Allegheny, 4-0, 1

2. Peters Township, 4-0, 2

3. Bethel Park, 4-0, 3

4. Norwin, 4-0, 4

5. Seneca Valley, 5-0, —

Out: Mt. Lebanon (2-2, 5)

Class 5A

1. Chartiers Valley, 3-0, 1

2. Mars, 4-0, 2

3. Oakland Catholic, 4-0, 4

4. Gateway, 4-0, 5

5. Penn Hills, 2-2, 3

Out: none

Class 4A

1. North Catholic, 2-0, 1

2. Blackhawk, 3-1, 2

3. Elizabeth Forward, 3-1, 3

4. Central Valley, 3-0, —

5. Freeport, 2-1, 5

Out: Keystone Oaks (3-2, 4)

Class 3A

1. East Allegheny, 4-0, 5

2. Beaver, 4-0, —

3. Neshannock, 3-1, 1

4. Avonworth, 2-1, 2

5. South Park, 2-2, 3

Out: Mohawk (2-2, 4)

Class 2A

1. Bishop Canevin, 3-1, 1

2. OLSH, 2-2, 2

3. Serra Catholic, 2-1, 3

4. Brentwood, 4-0, —

5. Laurel, 3-2, 5

Out: Frazier (2-2, 4)

Class A

1. West Greene, 4-1, 1

2. Sewickley Academy, 3-1, 4

3. Greensburg C.C., 3-0, 5

4. Vincentian Academy, 2-3, 2

5. Quigley Catholic, 1-3, 3

Out: none

Bill Hartlep is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill at [email protected] or via Twitter @TribHSInsider.

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