This week's AP high school boys poll

This week's AP high school boys poll

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This week's AP high school boys poll

The Associated Press Top 10 Indiana high school boys basketball teams, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, rating points and previous rankings:

Players on the Warren Central Warriors bench stand up as Warren Central Warriors Mack Smith (32) goes up to the basket for a layup at North Central High School, Indianapolis, Friday, Jan. 27, 2017. Warren Central won, 63-51, breaking a 14-game losing streak to North Central.

Players on the Warren Central Warriors bench stand up as Warren Central Warriors Mack Smith (32) goes up to the basket for a layup at North Central High School, Indianapolis, Friday, Jan. 27, 2017. Warren Central won, 63-51, breaking a 14-game losing streak to North Central.

Class 4A

                                 W-L   Pts Prv

1. Warren Central (5)           17-1  270 2

2. Ft. Wayne North (7)          20-1  264 1

3. New Albany (2)               18-3  209 4

4. Logansport                   21-1  199 3

5. North Central            18-3  188 5

6. S. Bend Riley                15-0  166 6

7. McCutcheon                   18-2  130 8

8. Castle (1)                   19-2  127 9

9. Hamilton Southeastern        17-4  63  NR

10. Carmel                       15-4  46  7

Others receiving votes: Floyd Central 30. Crown Point 23. Pike 22. Connersville 20. Ft. Wayne Snider 12. Homestead 10. Ben Davis 8. S. Bend Adams 7. Valparaiso 6.

Class 3A

                                 W-L   Pts Prv

1. Brownstown (11)              19-0  290 1

2. Culver Academy (4)           15-1  276 2

3. Twin Lakes                   18-2  238 4

4. NorthWood                    17-2  190 3

5. Crispus Attucks         14-4  149 9

6. Griffith                     16-3  134 5

7. Andrean                      14-3  104 8

8. Ev. Bosse                    11-7  103 6

9. Salem                        16-2  99  7

10. Tri-West                     17-3  77  NR

Others receiving votes: Ft. Wayne Luers 57. Brebeuf Jesuit 36. Manual 32. Park Tudor 8. Washington 7.

Class 2A

                                 W-L   Pts Prv

1. Oak Hill (8)                 16-2  276 2

2. Providence (4)               16-2  264 1

3. Barr-Reeve (1)               19-2  246 3

4. Broad Ripple (2)      14-3  200 5

5. Northeastern                 17-4  187 6

6. Linton-Stockton              17-4  128 4

7. Howe                  14-7  115 9

8. Henryville                   16-4 73  7

9. Southwood                    13-4 63  NR

10. Monroe Central               17-2  57  8

Others receiving votes: Wapahani 50. Shenandoah 41. Crawford Co. 40. Cloverdale 21. Gary Roosevelt 9. Hagerstown 8. Eastside 8. Frankton 7. S. Ripley 7.

Class A

                                 W-L   Pts Prv

1. Lafayette Catholic (7)       13-5  274 2

2. Tri-County (3)               18-2  238 3

3. Tindley (4)                  13-5  233 1

4. Oldenburg                    17-2  201 6

(tie) Clinton Prairie (1)        16-3  201 5

6. Wood Memorial                14-5  151 4

7. Arlington             12-6  101 8

8. Oregon-Davis                 15-5  98  10

9. Ft. Wayne Blackhawk          12-9 92  7

10. Loogootee                    15-6  67  NR

Others receiving votes: Pioneer 45. S. Newton 42. Bethesda Christian 15. Gary 21st Century 12. Lakewood Park 10. Bethany Christian 8. New Washington 6. W. Washington 6.

Players on the Warren Central Warriors bench stand up as Warren Central Warriors Mack Smith (32) goes up to the basket for a layup at North Central High School, Indianapolis, Friday, Jan. 27, 2017. Warren Central won, 63-51, breaking a 14-game losing streak to North Central.

Players on the Warren Central Warriors bench stand up as Warren Central Warriors Mack Smith (32) goes up to the basket for a layup at North Central High School, Indianapolis, Friday, Jan. 27, 2017. Warren Central won, 63-51, breaking a 14-game losing streak to North Central.

Players on the Warren Central Warriors bench stand up as Warren Central Warriors Mack Smith (32) goes up to the basket for a layup at North Central High School, Indianapolis, Friday, Jan. 27, 2017. Warren Central won, 63-51, breaking a 14-game losing streak to North Central.

Players on the Warren Central Warriors bench stand up as Warren Central Warriors Mack Smith (32) goes up to the basket for a layup at North Central High School, Indianapolis, Friday, Jan. 27, 2017. Warren Central won, 63-51, breaking a 14-game losing streak to North Central.

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