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Girls Basketball The Minnesota high school girls' basketball rankings as provided by Minnesota Basketball News. Records are through Feb. 4. Class AAAA 1. Eastview (19-0) 2. Hopkins (17-2) 3. Centennial (13-3) 4. White Bear Lake (17-1) 5. Minneton...

Girls Basketball

The Minnesota high school girls’ basketball rankings as provided by Minnesota Basketball News. Records are through Feb. 4.

Class AAAA

 1. Eastview (19-0)

 2. Hopkins (17-2)

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 3. Centennial (13-3)

 4. White Bear Lake (17-1)

 5. Minnetonka (16-3)

 6. Eden Prairie (13-3)

 7. Bloomington Kennedy (14-5)

 8. Chaska (15-4)

 9. Park of Cottage Grove (13-4)

10. Roseville (15-3)

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Class AAA

 1. Fergus Falls (16-0)

 2. Park Center (14-2)

 3. Marshall (16-1)

 4. Minneapolis Washburn (12-5)

 5. Albany (15-1)

 6. Monticello (15-4)

 7. Thief River Falls (17-1)

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 8. Chisago Lakes (13-3)

 9. Alexandria (12-3)

10. New Prague (12-5)

Class AA

 1. New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (20-0)

 2. Kenyon-Wanamingo (18-1)

 3. Chatfield (15-0)

 4. Sauk Centre (12-2)

 5. Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted (15-1)

 6. Pelican Rapids (15-1)

 7. New London-Spicer (14-2)

 8. Fairmont (19-3)

 9. Staples-Motley (12-4)

10. Braham (16-1)

Class A

 1. Minneota (19-0)

 2. Mountain Iron-Buhl (16-1)

 3. Ada-Borup (15-0)

 4. Goodhue (17-4)

 5. Lyle-Pacelli (16-0)

 6. Maranatha (12-5)

 7. North Woods (15-2)

 8. Mankato Loyola (16-2)

 9. Win-E-Mac (15-1)

10. Wabasso (17-0)

Boys Basketball

The Minnesota high school boys’ basketball rankings as provided by Minnesota Basketball News. Records are through Feb. 4.

Class AAAA

 1. Apple Valley (20-1)

 2. Hopkins (19-1)

 3. Osseo (16-3)

 4. Champlin Park (17-2)

 5. Eden Prairie (15-4)

 6. Lakeville North (17-4)

 7. Cretin-Derham Hall (17-3)

 8. East Ridge (16-4)

 9. Minnetonka (13-7)

10. Robbinsdale Armstrong (14-4)

Class AAA

 1. St. Paul Johnson (18-2)

 2. DeLaSalle (13-3)

 3. Holy Family (19-2)

 4. Austin (16-3)

 5. Marshall (16-3)

 6. Totino-Grace (14-4)

 7. Waconia (14-6)

 8. Thief River Falls (17-2)

 9. Columbia Heights (13-4)

10. St. Paul Central (13-5)

Class AA

 1. Esko (17-3)

 2. St. Cloud Cathedral (16-4)

 3. Barnum (18-1)

 4. Waseca (17-2)

 5. Crosby-Ironton (15-3)

 6. Braham (16-2)

 7. Annandale (12-6)

 8. Caledonia (18-1)

 9. St. James (15-4)

10. Redwood Valley (14-4)

Class A

 1. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa (18-1)

 2. Mountain Lake Area (18-1)

 3. Dawson-Boyd (17-0)

 4. Battle Lake (18-0)

 5. Rushford-Peterson (19-1)

 6. Southwest Minnesota Christian (16-2)

 7. Maranatha (17-1)

 8. Upsala (17-2)

 9. Ely (18-1)

10. Wheaton-Herman-Norcross (15-1)

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