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For the third straight week, Ashland’s boys and Boyd County’s girls retained the No. 1 spots in the The Daily Independent’s Northeastern Kentucky Prep Basketball Media Polls.
The Tomcats stayed there despite losing to Boyd County on Friday, as well as seeing the Lions pick up two first place votes.
The boys top four remained the same Ashland, Boyd County, Morgan County and Paintsville. No. 5 Bath County and sixth ranked Johnson Central flipped spots from last week, Rowan County stayed seventh, and Raceland jumped from “also receiving votes” into eighth. Russell also climbed from 10th to ninth, and Lewis County fell from eighth to 10th.
Boyd County garnered all nine first place votes on the girls side, and the next seven teams stayed where they were last week as well Ashland, West Carter, Russell, Paintsville, Rowan County, East Carter and Lawrence County. No. 9 Menifee County and 10th ranked Lewis County switched places.
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