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Who Should Be No. 1 In Class AAA?

Who should be number one in Class AAA high school boys basketball in West Virginia? 

Right now it appears to be wide open as a group of teams have beat up on each other at the top.  Here’s a breakdown of some of the top teams in week four of the AARP MetroNews Power Index with key wins and losses.


Key Wins:  Hedgesville (twice), Morgantown

Losses: Washington, Woodrow Wilson


Key Wins: Woodrow Wilson, George Washington

Losses: Morgantown, Tug Valley (AA)



Key Wins: South Charleston, Hedgesville, Woodrow Wilson

Losses: Fairmont Senior, Martinsburg, University



Key Wins: Martinsburg, George Washington

Losses: Morgantown, South Charleston, Hurricane



Key Wins: Morgantown

Losses: George Washington


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