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Tribune-Review high school basketball rankings

| Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Boys basketball

Class AAAA

Rank/Team W-L Pvs.

1. New Castle 17-0 1

2. North Allegheny 15-1 3

3. Gateway 11-2 4

4. Upper. St. Clair 12-3 —

5. Bethel Park 14-2 2

Out: Seneca Valley (13-4, 5)

Class AAA

Rank/Team W-L Pvs.

1. Chartiers Valley 15-1 2

2. Mars 13-3 1

3. Beaver 15-1 3

4. Uniontown 13-2 4

5. Montour 12-4 —

Out: Thomas Jefferson (12-5, 5)

Class AA

Rank/Team W-L Pvs.

1. Greensburg CC 16-1 1

2. Beaver Falls 15-3 2

3. Jeannette 14-2 3

4. Seton-La Salle 14-2 4

5. California 14-2 5

Out: none

Class A

Rank/Team W-L Pvs.

1. Lincoln Park 11-4 1

2. Vincentian 15-1 2

3. Union 13-2 3

4. North Catholic 11-4 4

5. OLSH 14-3 5

Out: none

Girls basketball

Class AAAA

Rank/Team W-L Pvs.

1. Bethel Park 16-1 1

2. Mt. Lebanon 16-2 2

3. Chartiers Valley 13-4 3

4. North Allegheny 14-2 4

5. Hempfield 15-2 5

Out: none

Class AAA

Rank/Team W-L Pvs.

1. Blackhawk 17-0 1

2. Elizabeth Forward 16-1 3

3. Hopewell 15-3 5

4. Central Valley 14-2 4

5. South Park 15-2 2

Out: none

Class AA

Rank/Team W-L Pvs.

1. Seton-La Salle 16-1 1

2. Burrell 12-2 4

3. Bishop Canevin 14-3 2

4. Jeannette 11-5 3

5. Deer Lakes 13-2 5

Out: none

Class A

Rank/Team W-L Pvs.

1. Vincentian 16-0 1

2. Serra Catholic 14-2 2

3. North Catholic 11-7 3

4. Quigley Catholic 12-4 4

5. Carmichaels 15-2 5

Out: none

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