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

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Latrobe’s Reed Fenton hugs head coach Brad Wetzel after Fenton scored his 1,000 point on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018 against Gateway at Greater Latrobe High School.

Rankings

Boys basketball

Class 6A

Team, record, previous

1. Latrobe, 4-0, 2

2. Butler, 4-0, 3

3. Upper St. Clair, 4-0, —

4. Pine-Richland, 2-2, 1

5. Mt. Lebanon, 3-1, 4

Out: Canon-McMillan (2-2, 5)

Class 5A

1. Mars, 3-0, 1

2. Moon, 4-0, 3

3. Penn Hills, 2-1, 2

4. Franklin Regional, 5-0, 5

5. McKeesport, 2-2, 4

Out: none

Class 4A

1. Quaker Valley, 4-0, 1

2. New Castle, 3-1, 2

3. Highlands, 1-1, 3

4. Ambridge, 3-1, —

5. Uniontown, 2-1, 5

Out: Belle Vernon (0-4, 4)

Class 3A

1. Lincoln Park, 3-0, 1

2. Aliquippa, 2-0, 2

3. North Catholic, 4-0, 3

4. Seton LaSalle, 4-0, 4

5. Washington, 2-1, 5

Out: none

Class 2A

1. Sewickley Academy, 2-2, 1

2. OLSH, 4-0, 2

3. Jeannette, 3-1, 3

4. Serra Catholic, 2-2, 4

5. Winchester Thurston, 3-1, 5

Out: none

Class A

1. Vincentian Academy, 1-2, 1

2. Union, 5-0, —

3. Nazareth Prep, 4-0, —

4. Clairton, 1-0, 4

5. Cornell, 3-2, 5

Out: Monessen (0-3, 3), Eden Christian (2-2, 5)

Chris Harlan is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Chris at [email protected] or via Twitter @CHarlan_Trib.

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