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Hartselle Enquirer
Brody Peebles drives for a layup as Cullman's Max Gambrill defends in Hartselle's 76-71 victory on Tuesday night. Photo by James Meadows.

ASWA Boys Basketball Rankings: Jan. 30

The final Alabama Sports Writers Association boys basketball rankings were released on Wednesday afternoon.

Hartselle holds on to their No. 4 ranking in Class 6A. The Tigers closes the season ranked three spots higher than they were in the first poll of the year.

Danville, Class 4A was the only other team in the coverage are to receive votes.

Austin, 7A No. 10, and Decatur Heritage, 1A No. 1, are schools in the county that are ranked.

CLASS 7A

1. Mountain Brook (26-2)
2. Lee-Montgomery (24-1)
3. Fairhope (18-4)
4. Hoover (21-8)
5. McGill-Toolen (20-7)
6. Oak Mountain (18-8)
7. Bob Jones (22-7)
8. Sparkman (19-10)
9. Thompson (20-9)
10. Austin (19-9)

Others nominated: Baker (17-7), Huntsville (3-24*), Mary Montgomery (16-6).
*–Record includes forfeits.

CLASS 6A

1. Pinson Valley (23-3)
2. Mae Jemison (22-2)
3. Huffman (25-3)
4. Hartselle (23-5)
5. Northridge (24-4)
6. Lee-Huntsville (14-8)
7. Helena (21-7)
8. Oxford (18-8)
9. Baldwin Co. (17-5)
10. Albertville (21-4)

Others nominated: B.C. Rain (17-6), Buckhorn (20-9), Carver-Montgomery (15-8), Eufaula (22-5), Hazel Green (15-10), Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (15-7), Muscle Shoals (17-7).

CLASS 5A

1. Fairfield (22-4)
2. Ramsay (20-7)
3. Woodlawn (19-8)
4. Wenonah (17-9)
5. East Limestone (19-6)
6. Lawrence Co. (22-4)
7. Pleasant Grove (13-5)
8. Tallassee (23-4)
9. St. Paul’s (16-7)
10. Greenville (18-7)

Others nominated: Alexandria (16-5), Brewbaker Tech (17-9), Carroll (3-26*), Central-Tuscaloosa (15-9), Guntersville (17-7), LeFlore (16-9), Marbury (21-8), Sylacauga (19-9).
*–Record includes forfeits.

CLASS 4A

1. Talladega (20-4)
2. Williamson (20-4)
3. Sumter Central (19-4)
4. Montgomery-Catholic (23-4)
5. UMS-Wright (22-5)
6. Good Hope (23-3)
7. Montevallo (21-6)
8. Anniston (16-8)
9. Jacksonville (17-4)
10. Sipsey Valley (23-5)

Others nominated: Brooks (21-5), BTW-Tuskegee (17-7), Clarke Co. (15-6), Danville (16-7), Hillcrest-Evergreen (12-5), Oneonta (20-5), White Plains (18-11).

CLASS 3A

1. Piedmont (21-3)
2. Plainview (24-4)
3. Thomasville (15-1)
4. Mobile Christian (19-7)
5. Lauderdale Co. (18-7)
6. Winfield (24-4)
7. Oakman (19-5)
8. Pike Co. (17-5)
9. Pike Road (18-5)
10. New Hope (17-7)

Others nominated: Dadeville (14-7), Saks (14-7), St. Michael (14-8).

CLASS 2A

1. LaFayette (24-0)
2. Fyffe (27-2)
3. Vincent (20-2)
4. North Sand Mountain (17-6)
5. Southeastern (18-3)
6. Tanner (16-5)
7. Calhoun (14-12)
8. J.U. Blacksher (21-3)
9. Geneva Co. (20-5)
10. Westbrook Christian (17-11)

Others nominated: Barbour Co. (20-9), Red Bay (16-5), Sacred Heart (12-14), Sand Rock (16-9), Sheffield (17-7).

CLASS 1A

1. Decatur Heritage (18-7)
2. Cornerstone-Birmingham (18-7)
3. Keith (20-6)
4. Skyline (25-3)
5. Covenant Christian (21-2)
6. Lanett (15-9)
7. Belgreen (23-5)
8. Francis Marion (19-6)
9. Jacksonville Christian (18-5)
10. Florala (19-5)

Others nominated: Brantley (16-4), Georgiana (19-6), Lindsay Lane (19-10), Millry (15-4), Spring Garden (19-5), Whitesburg Christian (14-9).

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