Thornhill Auto Group MetroNews Boys Basketball Power Index – Release No. 6

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The sixth edition of the MetroNews Boys Basketball Power Index, sponsored by Thornhill Auto Group, is set. This edition includes results through the end of play on Tuesday, February 21. The final edition will be published on Monday, February 27.

Power Index – Week 6

Class-by-class rankings:

Class AAAA:

  1. Morgantown
  2. George Washington
  3. Huntington
  4. Spring Mills
  5. South Charleston
  6. Jefferson
  7. Wheeling Park
  8. Parkersburg South
  9. Hedgesville
  10. University

Class AAA:

  1. Shady Spring (Overall No. 4)
  2. Fairmont Senior
  3. East Fairmont
  4. Ripley
  5. Winfield
  6. Elkins
  7. Hampshire
  8. Herbert Hoover
  9. Logan
  10. Weir

Class AA:

  1. Chapmanville (Overall No. 24)
  2. Charleston Catholic
  3. Bluefield
  4. Williamstown
  5. Ravenswood
  6. Wyoming East
  7. South Harrison
  8. Poca
  9. St. Marys
  10. Buffalo

Class A:

  1. James Monroe (Overall No. 37)
  2. Tug Valley
  3. Wahama
  4. Madonna
  5. Tucker County
  6. Webster County
  7. Clay-Battelle
  8. Pendleton County
  9. East Hardy
  10. River View




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