Thornhill Auto Group MetroNews Boys Basketball Power Index – Release No. 5

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The fifth 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 20. The final edition will be published after Saturday, February 24

MetroNews Power Index – Release No. 5

Class-by-class rankings:

Class AAAA:

  1. Spring Mills
  2. Morgantown
  3. Martinsburg
  4. Bridgeport
  5. Huntington
  6. George Washington
  7. Jefferson
  8. Musselman
  9. Wheeling Park
  10. Spring Valley

Class AAA:

  1. Fairmont Senior
  2. Nitro
  3. Shady Spring
  4. East Fairmont
  5. Liberty Harrison
  6. Lewis County
  7. Lincoln
  8. Ripley
  9. Herbert Hoover
  10. Robert C. Byrd

Class AA:

  1. Charleston Catholic
  2. Bluefield
  3. Williamstown
  4. Chapmanville
  5. Wyoming East
  6. Wheeling Central Catholic
  7. Ravenswood
  8. Westside
  9. Poca
  10. Frankfort

Class A:

  1. East Hardy
  2. Tucker County
  3. Tug Valley
  4. James Monroe
  5. Wahama
  6. Webster County
  7. River View
  8. Huntington St. Joseph’s
  9. Clay-Battelle
  10. Cameron




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