MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — For a complete look at the boys basketball MetroNews Power Index for week four, click here.

The MetroNews Power Index is a computer based formula that factors in strength of schedule. Records listed are for games played through Tuesday, January 28th.

Below is a look at the individual top 10 for each class for week four:

CLASS AAA

1. Washington (10-0) (overall #1)

2. Parkersburg South (11-1) (overall #2)

3. Musselman (8-1) (overall #3)

4. Hedgesville (9-2) (overall #4)

5. South Charleston (9-1) (overall #5)

6. Huntington (8-1) (overall #6)

7. Martinsburg (8-3) (overall #8)

8. Capital (6-1) (overall #9)

9. George Washington (7-2) (overall #10)

10. Wheeling Park (8-3) (overall #11)

 

CLASS AA

1. Robert C. Byrd (10-0) (overall #7)

2. Westside (8-2) (overall #15)

3. Poca (9-1) (overall #18)

4. Wyoming East (9-1) (overall #19)

5. Chapmanville (10-2) (overall #20)

6. Bluefield (7-2) (overall #21)

7. Petersburg (8-2) (overall #26)

8. Bridgeport (7-3) (overall #33)

9. Scott (7-5) (overall #40)

10. Wayne (7-4) (overall #41)

 

CLASS A

1. St. Joseph Central (14-0) (overall #17)

2. Charleston Catholic (8-3) (overall #34)

3. Greater Beckley Christian (8-2) (overall #35)

4. Gilmer County (8-2) (overall #36)

5. Notre Dame (10-2) (overall #37)

6. Valley Fayette (8-1) (overall #38)

7. Tucker County (7-2) (overall #39)

8. Williamstown (10-3) (overall #43)

9. Parkersburg Catholic (7-4) (overall #44)

10. Tug Valley (6-4) (overall #45)

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Comments

  • Jaybo83

    Someone will start whining about Single A, Catholic schools and recruiting shortly. Stay tuned....

    • Aaron

      What is your explanation for the success of those schools among WV's smallest schools? It's not like many of the programs would have the same amount of success playing AA schools yet they handily dominate small schools.

      Given your comments I presume you have been involved in this conversation before so enlighten the rest of us as to why a small percentage of small, private schools dominate small public schools.

      • Jaybo83

        I really don't have an answer. My comments were for those couple guys who beat the same dead horse constantly.does it going on in the smaller schools? Probably. Does it go on at the Triple A level? I can say "yes it does", beyond the shadow of a doubt.

  • FAYETTE

    The basketball team lost to midland trail not a very good team this year

  • jdubindatub

    Valley fayette has to be one of the most athletic public single A schools in the state. look at the baseball team the past few years a 10-1 football team this year and their basketball team is 8-1. I'm impressed.