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WPIAL boys basketball rankings for week of Dec. 30, 2018 |
High School Basketball

WPIAL boys basketball rankings for week of Dec. 30, 2018

Shane Dunlap | Tribune-Review
Latrobe's Noah Belak goes for a layup shot as Gateway's Hunter Hicks (10) covers on defense on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018 during boys' basketball at Greater Latrobe High School.


Class 6A

1. Latrobe, 7-1, 1

2. Upper St. Clair, 10-0, 2

3. Pine-Richland, 7-2, 3

4. Mt. Lebanon, 7-2, 4

5. Butler, 7-2, 5

Out: none

Class 5A

1. Mars, 7-1, 1

2. Moon, 8-0, 2

3. Woodland Hills, 7-1, –

4. Penn Hills, 6-2, 3

5. Franklin Regional, 7-2, 4

Out: McKeesport (5-3, 5)

Class 4A

1. Quaker Valley, 8-0, 1

2. New Castle, 7-1, 2

3. Ambridge, 5-4, 3

4. Highlands, 5-2, 5

5. Ringgold, 8-1, –

Out: Uniontown (4-3, 4)

Class 3A

1. Lincoln Park, 7-1, 1

2. Aliquippa, 4-3, 2

3. Seton LaSalle, 7-1, 4

4. North Catholic, 5-3, 3

5. Washington, 3-3, 5

Out: none

Class 2A

1. Sewickley Academy, 4-2, 1

2. OLSH, 8-0, 2

3. Serra Catholic, 6-2, 4

4. Jeannette, 6-3, 3

5. Winchester Thurston, 5-2, 5

Out: none

Class A

1. Union, 8-1, 1

2. Vincentian Academy, 3-5, 2

3. Nazareth Prep, 5-1, 3

4. Cornell, 8-2, 4

5. Monessen, 3-5, 5

Out: none

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